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Las Cruces Sun-News
Community calendar (Sept. 1)"10 Minutes with Wynn Bullock and Aaron Siskind", both photographers, presented
Community calendar (Sept. 1)
Las Cruces Sun-News / Posted 14 hours ago
"10 Minutes with Wynn Bullock and Aaron Siskind", both photographers, presented by Jim Rodgers and Debra Sands-Miller. DAPC programs are designed to improve photography at all levels. Info: daphotoclub.org Every Other Tuesday: Groove Factory will... Read more
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Business Wire
Cedars-Sinai and CareMore Health Plan to Deliver “Coordinated” Care for Medicare Patientsfrom various medical professionals. More than 60 primary care doctors and near
Cedars-Sinai and CareMore Health Plan to Deliver “Coordinated” Care for Medicare Patients
Business Wire / Posted yesterday
from various medical professionals. More than 60 primary care doctors and nearly 130 specialists from Cedars-Sinai Medical Group and Cedars-Sinai Health Associates will work with CareMore to identify and treat the medical, mental and social needs... Read more
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National Catholic Reporter
The Catholic church should partner with Planned Parenthood to reduce abortionsoffices, annual marches, and millions upon millions of dollars raised to fund t
The Catholic church should partner with Planned Parenthood to reduce abortions
National Catholic Reporter / Posted 4 days ago
offices, annual marches, and millions upon millions of dollars raised to fund the anti-abortion lobby and the related jobs program for the anti-abortion lobbyists, what is the end result? Eh. This past Saturday, thousands of anti-abortion... Read more
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Fort Wayne News-Sentinel
Drs. Roizen and Oz: Testing 1, 2, 3: Defeat diabetes before it startsoften an indication of undiagnosed cancer. They found no difference in the numb
Drs. Roizen and Oz: Testing 1, 2, 3: Defeat diabetes before it starts
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel / Posted 4 days ago
often an indication of undiagnosed cancer. They found no difference in the number of cancers detected (4 percent in each group) or in the number of cancer-associated deaths. And overtesting/overscreening can cost you: It leads to overdiagnosis,... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Tai Chi improves balance, prevents falls, Maine pilot project showsby languid, choreographed movements and accompanied by deep, controlled breathi
Tai Chi improves balance, prevents falls, Maine pilot project shows
Bangor Daily News / Posted 5 days ago
by languid, choreographed movements and accompanied by deep, controlled breathing, Tai Chi can be practiced alone or in a group, just about anywhere. It requires no special clothing or equipment and is suited for people of all ages and levels of... Read more
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Fort Myers Beach Bulletin & Observer
SCHOOL IN SESSION: Beach Elementary begins new yearread or use the computer. They are in all kinds of different positions. We want
SCHOOL IN SESSION: Beach Elementary begins new year
Fort Myers Beach Bulletin & Observer / Posted 6 days ago
read or use the computer. They are in all kinds of different positions. We want them to be comfortable. We are doing some research and will maybe ask the community to support us financially to get away from the traditional chairs and tables." As... Read more
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Ballard News-Tribune
Community Calendaravailability. Email submissions as soon as possible to: calendar@robinsonnews.c
Community Calendar
Ballard News-Tribune / Posted 6 days ago
availability. Email submissions as soon as possible to: calendar@robinsonnews.com Items can be accepted from nonprofit groups and government agencies only. Others may call Tamara Chakos at 206.359.2248 for inclusion in our “Out & About”... Read more
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Crain's Detroit Business
St. Joseph Mercy projects aim for healthier communityon a financially strong footing. Another broader reason for expanding communit
St. Joseph Mercy projects aim for healthier community
Crain's Detroit Business / Posted 9 days ago
on a financially strong footing. Another broader reason for expanding community projects — which will focus on obesity prevention and behavioral health care — is that the Roman Catholic system believes its mission goes beyond hospital walls,... Read more
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KSLA-TV Shreveport
Check This Out - Full Horizontals onlyriskOne or two drinks a day might boost cancer risk Just one or two drinks a d
Check This Out - Full Horizontals only
KSLA-TV Shreveport / Posted 11 days ago
riskOne or two drinks a day might boost cancer risk Just one or two drinks a day can increase the risk of certain cancers, researchers report.More >> Just one or two drinks a day can increase the risk of certain cancers, researchers report.More... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Coca-Cola to reveal spending on sugar research as health debate steps upTrying to steer public opinion? Coke has provided the seed money to the Global
Coca-Cola to reveal spending on sugar research as health debate steps up
Brisbane Times / Posted 11 days ago
Trying to steer public opinion? Coke has provided the seed money to the Global Energy Balance Network, a group that contends people worry too much about what they eat and not enough about how much they exercise. Photo: Jim Rice Coca-Cola says it... Read more
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WA Today
Coca-Cola to reveal spending on sugar research as health debate steps upTrying to steer public opinion? Coke has provided the seed money to the Global
Coca-Cola to reveal spending on sugar research as health debate steps up
WA Today / Posted 11 days ago
Trying to steer public opinion? Coke has provided the seed money to the Global Energy Balance Network, a group that contends people worry too much about what they eat and not enough about how much they exercise. Photo: Jim Rice Coca-Cola says it... Read more
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11d
The Age
Coca-Cola to reveal spending on sugar research as health debate steps upTrying to steer public opinion? Coke has provided the seed money to the Global
Coca-Cola to reveal spending on sugar research as health debate steps up
The Age / Posted 11 days ago
Trying to steer public opinion? Coke has provided the seed money to the Global Energy Balance Network, a group that contends people worry too much about what they eat and not enough about how much they exercise. Photo: Jim Rice Coca-Cola says it... Read more
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11d
Sydney Morning Herald
Coca-Cola to reveal spending on sugar research as health debate steps upTrying to steer public opinion? Coke has provided the seed money to the Global
Coca-Cola to reveal spending on sugar research as health debate steps up
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 11 days ago
Trying to steer public opinion? Coke has provided the seed money to the Global Energy Balance Network, a group that contends people worry too much about what they eat and not enough about how much they exercise. Photo: Jim Rice Coca-Cola says it... Read more
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11d
Canberra Times
Coca-Cola to reveal spending on sugar research as health debate steps upTrying to steer public opinion? Coke has provided the seed money to the Global
Coca-Cola to reveal spending on sugar research as health debate steps up
Canberra Times / Posted 11 days ago
Trying to steer public opinion? Coke has provided the seed money to the Global Energy Balance Network, a group that contends people worry too much about what they eat and not enough about how much they exercise. Photo: Jim Rice Coca-Cola says it... Read more
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Literary Minded
Listening, trust and partnerships: learning from primary health care successes –engaging communities and the patient-as-consumer. Wells is on the Federal Heal
Listening, trust and partnerships: learning from primary health care successes –
Literary Minded / Posted 15 days ago
engaging communities and the patient-as-consumer. Wells is on the Federal Health Department’s Primary Health Care Advisory Group (PHCAG), and gave some interesting insights into the committee’s thinking as Australian health care finds itself at a... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Gradual changes in diet, activity can help reduce risk of diabetesdegrees, plenty of pizza and chicken wings. Exercised somewhat regularly. But a
Gradual changes in diet, activity can help reduce risk of diabetes
The Buffalo News / Posted 17 days ago
degrees, plenty of pizza and chicken wings. Exercised somewhat regularly. But as the years piled up, so did the pounds. Diabetes became a growing possibility. Marty, a retired special-education teacher, watched his mother and grandmother... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Gradual changes in diet, activity can greatly reduce chronic disease riskdegrees, plenty of pizza and chicken wings. Exercised somewhat regularly. But a
Gradual changes in diet, activity can greatly reduce chronic disease risk
The Buffalo News / Posted 17 days ago
degrees, plenty of pizza and chicken wings. Exercised somewhat regularly. But as the years piled up, so did the pounds. Diabetes became a growing possibility. Marty, a retired special-education teacher, watched his mother and grandmother... Read more
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Daily Examiner
How mobile phones could save us from obesityphones could be the golden ticket to halting weight gain and improving health i
How mobile phones could save us from obesity
Daily Examiner / Posted 19 days ago
phones could be the golden ticket to halting weight gain and improving health in young Australians, according to new research from the University of Sydney's Charles Perkins Centre. Researchers designed a world-first mobile phone... Read more
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19d
iTWire
Gaining weight? Forget those fad diets, you mobile is here to help!Researchers at the University of Sydney’s Charles Perkins Centre believe they m
Gaining weight? Forget those fad diets, you mobile is here to help!
iTWire / Posted 19 days ago
Researchers at the University of Sydney’s Charles Perkins Centre believe they might have the “golden ticket” to halting weight gain and improving our health, particularly for young Australians at risk of obesity. The research team have designed what... Read more
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19d
Northern Star
How mobile phones could save us from obesityphones could be the golden ticket to halting weight gain and improving health i
How mobile phones could save us from obesity
Northern Star / Posted 19 days ago
phones could be the golden ticket to halting weight gain and improving health in young Australians, according to new research from the University of Sydney's Charles Perkins Centre. Researchers designed a world-first mobile phone... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Pacific Islander health center focusing on research, trainingCenter for Pacific Islander Health started July 1 at the University of Arkansas
Pacific Islander health center focusing on research, training
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 23 days ago
Center for Pacific Islander Health started July 1 at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Northwest. The program is building off research under way at the school, said Pearl McElfish, director of the medical school's research... Read more
27d
Newswise
New Discovery Provides Insight into the Development of Complications in Type 1 Diabetes Findings by Joslin researchers may lead to early detection and treatment of co
New Discovery Provides Insight into the Development of Complications in Type 1 Diabetes
Newswise / Posted 27 days ago
Findings by Joslin researchers may lead to early detection and treatment of complications Available for logged-in reporters onlyCitationsCell... Read more
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27d
Ballard News-Tribune
Community Calendarand space availability. Email calendar submissions to: calendar@robinsonnews.co
Community Calendar
Ballard News-Tribune / Posted 27 days ago
and space availability. Email calendar submissions to: calendar@robinsonnews.com. Items can be accepted from nonprofit groups and government agencies only. Others may call Tamara Chakos at 206-359-2248 for inclusion in our “Out & About”... Read more
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Senior Journal
Social action needed to maintain gains in reducing deaths from heart disease, strokecoming to an end. Overall population health cannot improve if parts of the popu
Social action needed to maintain gains in reducing deaths from heart disease, stroke
Senior Journal / Posted 28 days ago
coming to an end. Overall population health cannot improve if parts of the population do not benefit from improvements in prevention and treatment,” said Edward P. Havranek, M.D., chair of the writing group and a cardiologist at Denver Health... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Patients turn to private advocates to navigate medical systemwho lives in Westerville, said that experience and others like it, including ad
Patients turn to private advocates to navigate medical system
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 29 days ago
who lives in Westerville, said that experience and others like it, including advocating for her son who has diabetes, made her realize she wanted to join the small but growing field of private-patient advocates. She helped Rose three... Read more

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