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CBS Dallas - Fort Worth
Chinese Doctors Use Baylor Cardiac Rehab As Model Program1.3 billion, care for patients of heart procedures is a growing need in China.
Chinese Doctors Use Baylor Cardiac Rehab As Model Program
CBS Dallas - Fort Worth / Posted yesterday
1.3 billion, care for patients of heart procedures is a growing need in China. On August 15th, an article published by the Harvard School of Public Health found China’s cardiovascular problems are propelled by increases in high blood pressure and... Read more
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The Hill
Entrepreneurs versus regulatorsin China. The public is divided on the value of regulation. For example, in a
Entrepreneurs versus regulators
The Hill / Posted yesterday
in China. The public is divided on the value of regulation. For example, in a recent poll conducted for STAT and the Harvard School of Public Health, 60 percent of Americans opposed loosening government safety standards to permit faster drug... Read more
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Daily Maverick
Health-E News: Mission impossible? Replacing abuse with empathytreatment of pregnant women is shockingly common, but seldom acknowledged. In 2
Health-E News: Mission impossible? Replacing abuse with empathy
Daily Maverick / Posted 4 days ago
treatment of pregnant women is shockingly common, but seldom acknowledged. In 2010, Diana Bowser and Kathleen Hill from the Harvard School of Public Health found widespread disrespect for and abuse of pregnant women during labour including the... Read more
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DW
Growing up and staying sane under mortar fire |of their parents," says Theresa Betancourt, Director of the Research Program on
Growing up and staying sane under mortar fire |
DW / Posted 4 days ago
of their parents," says Theresa Betancourt, Director of the Research Program on Children and Global Adversity at the Harvard School of Public Health. The child suffers when the parents' emotions are "stretched too thin" by the stress and... Read more
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Asian Venture Capital Journal
Venture philanthropy: Change agendaGroup co-founder Joseph Tsai to set up a private philanthropic trust; $350 mill
Venture philanthropy: Change agenda
Asian Venture Capital Journal / Posted 9 days ago
Group co-founder Joseph Tsai to set up a private philanthropic trust; $350 million from the Morningside Foundation to Harvard School of Public Health; and $167 million from the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust to the Chinese University of... Read more
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Daily Mail
Why YOU should be exercising like Kate Upton and weight trainingget him in shape for the latest Wolverine film. Marilyn Monroe (right) also tra
Why YOU should be exercising like Kate Upton and weight training
Daily Mail / Posted 9 days ago
get him in shape for the latest Wolverine film. Marilyn Monroe (right) also trained with weights One large study from the Harvard School of Public Health found training for 20 minutes three times a week had the greatest effect on preventing... Read more
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Daily Mail
Coffee habit HELPS after a heart attackat... Can YOU identify these exotic fruits? From monstera... Share this artic
Coffee habit HELPS after a heart attack
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
at... Can YOU identify these exotic fruits? From monstera... Share this article Last year, experts at the renowned Harvard School of Public Health in Boston, US, found three to five cups a day reduced the risk of dying from heart disease,... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
AMA study: More access doctor; private option keyexpansion provided coverage to more than 290,000 people as of April 30. The st
AMA study: More access doctor; private option key
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 15 days ago
expansion provided coverage to more than 290,000 people as of April 30. The study was conducted by researchers with the Harvard School of Public Health and Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston. It was based on phone surveys in November and... Read more
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Payson Roundup
Whey too much or too little?body uses calcium to neutralize those acids. To find that extra calcium, the bo
Whey too much or too little?
Payson Roundup / Posted 16 days ago
body uses calcium to neutralize those acids. To find that extra calcium, the body takes it from the bones. However, the Harvard School of Public Health has found odd studies linking a high-protein diet with both more fractures and increased bone... Read more
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Daily Mail
Miami ob/gyn describes working in Zika 'ground zero'of US citizens oppose terminating a pregnancy after 24 weeks. In fact, 22 state
Miami ob/gyn describes working in Zika 'ground zero'
Daily Mail / Posted 17 days ago
of US citizens oppose terminating a pregnancy after 24 weeks. In fact, 22 states prohibit it. But a poll conducted by the Harvard School of Public Health and STAT last month found that 59 per cent favor abortions of Zika-infected babies at any... Read more
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Daily Mail
Most Americans favor late-term abortion if Zika harms fetusof US citizens oppose terminating a pregnancy after 24 weeks. In fact, 22 state
Most Americans favor late-term abortion if Zika harms fetus
Daily Mail / Posted 20 days ago
of US citizens oppose terminating a pregnancy after 24 weeks. In fact, 22 states prohibit it. But a poll conducted by the Harvard School of Public Health and STAT last month found that 59 per cent favor abortions of Zika-infected babies at any... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Floodgates Open for AU Commission Chair's Postin various capacities as a cabinet minister. A surgeon with a Harvard Doctorat
Floodgates Open for AU Commission Chair's Post
AllAfrica.com / Posted 20 days ago
in various capacities as a cabinet minister. A surgeon with a Harvard Doctorate in Global Health and Population from the Harvard School of Public Health, she says she is highly skilled with the capacity to "triangulate social, economic and... Read more
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Asian journal
Coffee and diabetesreview and analysis of 28 studies (involving 1,109,270 persons, 45,335 were dia
Coffee and diabetes
Asian journal / Posted 22 days ago
review and analysis of 28 studies (involving 1,109,270 persons, 45,335 were diabetics, all followed-up for 20 years) led by Harvard School of Public Health shows that “those who increase the amount of coffee they drank by more than one cup per day... Read more
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FOX News
Number of chemicals linked to autism and other disorders doubled in past 7 years, study showsbiphenyls, arsenic, and toluene – first identified by Landrigan and his co-auth
Number of chemicals linked to autism and other disorders doubled in past 7 years, study shows
FOX News / Posted 24 days ago
biphenyls, arsenic, and toluene – first identified by Landrigan and his co-author, Dr. Phillipe Grandjean of the Harvard School of Public Health, in 2006. How chemicals harm the developing brain Industrial chemicals pose a far greater... Read more
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The Auto Channel
The Oil Industry Has Been Poisoning Us For Decades, and They've Always Known Ittreatment, medical examinations, and precautionary measures for workers who are
The Oil Industry Has Been Poisoning Us For Decades, and They've Always Known It
The Auto Channel / Posted 27 days ago
treatment, medical examinations, and precautionary measures for workers who are exposed to benzene. It was prepared at the Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, Mass., under the direction of Professor Philip Drinker." The report was made... Read more
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Calcutta News
IS Use of Social Media to Recruit, Radicalize Still a Top Threat to USheroes by killing people in ISIS's name," said Jessica Stern, a fellow at the F
IS Use of Social Media to Recruit, Radicalize Still a Top Threat to US
Calcutta News / Posted 27 days ago
heroes by killing people in ISIS's name," said Jessica Stern, a fellow at the FXB Center for Health and Human Rights at the Harvard School of Public Health and co-author of ISIS: The State of Terror. ISIS is an acronym for Islamic State. Stern said... Read more
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Psych Central
Induced Labor May Not Up Risk of Autismfinds that induction of labor is not associated with increased risk of autism s
Induced Labor May Not Up Risk of Autism
Psych Central / Posted 30 days ago
finds that induction of labor is not associated with increased risk of autism spectrum disorders in children. The large Harvard School of Public Health study should allay concerns about induced labor increasing autism risk and will aid clinical... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Dr. David Katz, Preventive Medicine: NuVal Empower makes debutstudies. Much more important, though, is the work of scientists completely inde
Dr. David Katz, Preventive Medicine: NuVal Empower makes debut
The Middletown Press / Posted 1 months ago
studies. Much more important, though, is the work of scientists completely independent of NuVal. A study out of the Harvard School of Public Health of over 100,000 people showed that NuVal scores correlated with both chronic disease rates... Read more

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