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Poor? You're more likely to lose a limb to diabetes, study shows
“We're spending far more money on health care than any system in the world. We know what to do here. …You need to get people's diabetes under control by eating properly, taking medicine, showing up at clinic visits and keeping weight under control.”
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JILL GOVER: Time to break the silence around suicide
Suicide is a serious public health concern that does not discriminate between socioeconomic class, age, gender, culture or ethnicity. It is one of the most disruptive and tragic events a family and a community can experience. The LGBT Community Center …
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Help England's community pharmacies do more for health, researchers urge
… Pharmacy and Health, says the role of the local pharmacist has changed considerably in the last few years. Community pharmacies are increasingly more concerned with promoting healthier living and helping people change their health-related behavior.
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Grass-Fed Milk Is Taking Off With Health-Conscious Shoppers
Shoppers are flocking to premium products with a perceived or real health benefit. As traditional milk continues its decades-long sales slide, sales of organic and plant-based milks made from soy or almonds are rising. Organic macaroni-and-cheese in a …
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With Aid Doctors Gone, Ebola Fight Grows Harder
When people started dying of Ebola in Liberia, Clarine Vaughn faced a wrenching choice: Should she send home, for their own health and safety, four American doctors working for Heartt, the aid group she led there? Or should she keep them in the country …
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Stauskas' Takeaways from Transition Program
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — The upcoming class of NBA rookies traded jerseys and basketballs for collared shirts and business notebooks last week for the league's annual Rookie Transition Program (RTP). During the four-day event at a hotel about 30 miles …
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Unwed Women Are Having Fewer Babies
It's interesting to note in the report that the oft-cited statistic of four in 10 children being born to unwed mothers won't change because of the rate drop. The percentage … While acknowledging the relative instability of cohabitation vs. marriage …
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Ethical quandaries haunt medical professionals: Goar
Hoping to promote a dialogue within the profession and help outsiders understand the moral complexities of medicine, Accreditation Canada, the regulatory agency that certifies health-care and social service organizations, devoted the latest issue of …
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Health Apps Ready to Collect Your Vital Signs
Samsung S Health, an integrated platform preloaded on the Galaxy S5 smartphone, enables nutrition, fitness and wellness tracking, says Samsung's Carrie Gaffney. Using the phone's built-in heart rate monitor and a sensor under the rear-facing camera, …
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Western Wayne Family Health Center invites public to fair
The Health Fair focuses on wellness activities. School and sports physicals will be offered to young people up to 20 years old. Children under 15 can get fluoride treatments and kids going into first, second, sixth and seventh grade can have dental …
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Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds: Educators learn benefits of kids' exercise
“We've always used kids' movement as a disadvantage,” said David Spurlock, coordinator of health and physical education, athletics, ROTC and district wellness in the Charleston, S.C. school district. “Now we're trying to use movement as an advantage …
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Health and Wellness calendar
Free Sports Physicals: Atlantic Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine will perform free sports physicals for student athletes and will utilize a team approach to provide necessary physicals to prepare students for fall sports at area schools. The doctors will …
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'Final Rule' Offers Broader Mental Health Care Coverage
WASHINGTON, July 18, 2014 – TRICARE military health plan beneficiaries will now have access to both TRICARE-certified mental health counselors and supervised mental health counselors, a Defense Health Agency official said here today. In an interview …
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US, foreign health workers to flock to West Africa amid Ebola crisis
With dozens of local doctors and medical staff among the dead, U.S. and foreign experts are preparing to flood into West Africa to help fight the deadliest Ebola outbreak on record. Although two Americans, Dr. Kent Brantly and health worker Nancy …
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