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KXXV Waco
Healthwise: A Pill to Swallow for Weight Lossa gas-filled balloon that fills the stomach so there's little room to eat. Sci
Healthwise: A Pill to Swallow for Weight Loss
KXXV Waco / Posted 17 minutes ago
a gas-filled balloon that fills the stomach so there's little room to eat. Scientists at Washington University School of Medicine studied it on a test group and found patients lost nearly 7 percent of their body weight, twice as much as the... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Infertility can take the fun out of women’s sex livesaffects approximately 6.7 million women in the United States, Rowen and her col
Infertility can take the fun out of women’s sex lives
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 19 minutes ago
affects approximately 6.7 million women in the United States, Rowen and her colleagues write in the journal Sexual Medicine. Couples with infertility have significantly more anxiety, depression and stress, and that can have an ongoing... Read more
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International Business Times
EgyptAir MS804: French and Italian firms enlisted to assist search for downed flight's black boxes entering Egyptian airspace, contradicting an earlier account by Greek Defence M
EgyptAir MS804: French and Italian firms enlisted to assist search for downed flight's black boxes
International Business Times / Posted 22 minutes ago
entering Egyptian airspace, contradicting an earlier account by Greek Defence Minister Panos Kammenos. Egypt's Forensic Medicine Authority chief, Hisham Abdul Hamid, also dismissed reports that an initial examination of human remains suggested... Read more
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KPLC Lake Charles
Healthwise: A Pill to Swallow for Weight Lossa gas-filled balloon that fills the stomach so there's little room to eat. Sci
Healthwise: A Pill to Swallow for Weight Loss
KPLC Lake Charles / Posted 24 minutes ago
a gas-filled balloon that fills the stomach so there's little room to eat. Scientists at Washington University School of Medicine studied it on a test group and found patients lost nearly 7 percent of their body weight, twice as much as the... Read more
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Bay Area Reporter
DestinationalJFK Drive, Golden Gate Park, 831-2090. www.conservatoryofflowers.org The Futur
Destinational
Bay Area Reporter / Posted 26 minutes ago
JFK Drive, Golden Gate Park, 831-2090. www.conservatoryofflowers.org The Future of the Past @ Legion of Honor Mummies and Medicine, thru Aug. 26. Also, World in a Book, A Princely Pursuit and other exhibits. Free/$15. Tue-Sun 9:30am-5:15pm.... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Budget 2016: More money for unis offering science, medicineUniversities offering science and medicine will get extra money to help them gr
Budget 2016: More money for unis offering science, medicine
Otago Daily Times / Posted 26 minutes ago
Universities offering science and medicine will get extra money to help them grow those subjects. Budget 2016 will give $86 million in tuition subsidies to tertiary providers who offer science, agriculture, veterinary science and undergraduate... Read more
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Bluffton Today
Strohecker joins University of South Carolina Beaufort staff ss Head Athletic Trainerwill work hand in hand with team physician Dr. Doug Scott and Orthopedic Associ
Strohecker joins University of South Carolina Beaufort staff ss Head Athletic Trainer
Bluffton Today / Posted 26 minutes ago
will work hand in hand with team physician Dr. Doug Scott and Orthopedic Associates of the Lowcountry, who provide sports medicine services through a partnership with USCB. “I am truly thrilled to become a part of the USCB Athletics family,”... Read more
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The Age
University of Sydney's medical school in second cheating controversydead patients in a serious academic scandal that forced the university to recon
University of Sydney's medical school in second cheating controversy
The Age / Posted 30 minutes ago
dead patients in a serious academic scandal that forced the university to reconsider its integrated population medicine program. Among the latest documents is a scanned version of an entire psychiatry exam as well as answers to several... Read more
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TribLIVE
Lawyer was pioneer in trauma medicine | TribLIVE Roland T. Keddie, M.D., J.D., 87, a longtime resident of Cecil,
Lawyer was pioneer in trauma medicine
TribLIVE / Posted 30 minutes ago
| TribLIVE Roland T. Keddie, M.D., J.D., 87, a longtime resident of Cecil, passed away at home, peacefully surrounded by his family on Sunday, May 22, 2016, from... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
University of Sydney's medical school in second cheating controversydead patients in a serious academic scandal that forced the university to recon
University of Sydney's medical school in second cheating controversy
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 32 minutes ago
dead patients in a serious academic scandal that forced the university to reconsider its integrated population medicine program. Among the latest documents is a scanned version of an entire psychiatry exam as well as answers to several... Read more
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Minot Daily News
Double aviation awardsSmall private planes with skis flew mercy missions during what was called the G
Double aviation awards
Minot Daily News / Posted 32 minutes ago
Small private planes with skis flew mercy missions during what was called the Grasshopper Brigade. "They flew mail, medicine, food, coal, hay, doctors and ambulance flights, or whatever needed delivering. Virgil was one of many 'grasshopper'... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Tobacco tax hike announced2020. The Heart Foundation supports the new series of 10 per cent increases, w
Tobacco tax hike announced
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 33 minutes ago
2020. The Heart Foundation supports the new series of 10 per cent increases, which follow several years of the same annual medicine, but says the new measure would be much more effective if it was far bigger. "... we recommended a tobacco tax... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
New Zealand Budget 2016: Are you a winner or loser?in tuition subsidies given to tertiary providers who offer science, agriculture
New Zealand Budget 2016: Are you a winner or loser?
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 33 minutes ago
in tuition subsidies given to tertiary providers who offer science, agriculture, veterinary science and undergraduate medicine. • An extra $36 million for sub-degree courses - those most commonly taught at polytechnics • Extra funding for... Read more
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The Toledo Blade
Ohio Senate OKs medical marijuanato allow me to smoke it or to use it in a method that I choose. It also tells m
Ohio Senate OKs medical marijuana
The Toledo Blade / Posted 37 minutes ago
to allow me to smoke it or to use it in a method that I choose. It also tells me that they don’t trust me to grow my own medicine.” In a move to close some of the distance between the bill and the competing constitutional amendment, the bill... Read more
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Perth Now
The new diet behind Adele’s dramatic weight losshave shown help regulate metabolism. Co-authors Glen Matten, a certified nutrit
The new diet behind Adele’s dramatic weight loss
Perth Now / Posted 44 minutes ago
have shown help regulate metabolism. Co-authors Glen Matten, a certified nutritionist who specialises in nutritional medicine, and Aidan Goggins, a nutritionist and pharmacist, call out 20 “sirtfoods” that are rich in sirtuin-activating... Read more
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Perth Now
Australia’s $180 billion problemPodiatry Board of Australia • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Pra
Australia’s $180 billion problem
Perth Now / Posted 44 minutes ago
Podiatry Board of Australia • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Practice Board of Australia • Chinese Medicine Board of Australia • Chiropractic Board of Australia • Medical Board of Australia • Medical Radiation Practice... Read more
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University of Sydney News
The heart medicine that may have given us Van Gogh’s Starry Nightheart failure. However, this has changed over the last decade as it has been re
The heart medicine that may have given us Van Gogh’s Starry Night
University of Sydney News / Posted 48 minutes ago
heart failure. However, this has changed over the last decade as it has been replaced as first-line treatment with other medicines which are generally safer to use and known to improve patient survival. Evidence from clinical trials found... Read more
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KSWO Lawton-Wichita Falls
Healthwise: A Pill to Swallow for Weight Lossa gas-filled balloon that fills the stomach so there's little room to eat. Sci
Healthwise: A Pill to Swallow for Weight Loss
KSWO Lawton-Wichita Falls / Posted 58 minutes ago
a gas-filled balloon that fills the stomach so there's little room to eat. Scientists at Washington University School of Medicine studied it on a test group and found patients lost nearly 7 percent of their body weight, twice as much as the... Read more
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KSLA-TV Shreveport
Healthwise: A Pill to Swallow for Weight Lossa gas-filled balloon that fills the stomach so there's little room to eat. Sci
Healthwise: A Pill to Swallow for Weight Loss
KSLA-TV Shreveport / Posted 59 minutes ago
a gas-filled balloon that fills the stomach so there's little room to eat. Scientists at Washington University School of Medicine studied it on a test group and found patients lost nearly 7 percent of their body weight, twice as much as the... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Infections are the culprit in Alzheimer’s disease, study suggestsbut it makes sense, experts say — and the Harvard group’s data, published Wedne
Infections are the culprit in Alzheimer’s disease, study suggests
The Seattle Times / Posted an hour ago
but it makes sense, experts say — and the Harvard group’s data, published Wednesday in the journal Science Translational Medicine, supports it. If it holds up, the hypothesis has major implications for preventing and treating the degenerative... Read more
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KCTV 5 Kansas City
KCTV5 investigates service dog deceptiona soldier, she’s watching his back. “She’ll block for me, she’ll wake me up fr
KCTV5 investigates service dog deception
KCTV 5 Kansas City / Posted an hour ago
a soldier, she’s watching his back. “She’ll block for me, she’ll wake me up from nightmares, she reminds me to talk my medicine,” said White. Unlike White’s Bronze Star that certifies his heroic actions in Afghanistan, there’s no universal... Read more
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Vail Daily
The Class of 2016: Profiles of graduating studentswith my friends that I’ll be leaving next year. Where are you headed this fall
The Class of 2016: Profiles of graduating students
Vail Daily / Posted an hour ago
with my friends that I’ll be leaving next year. Where are you headed this fall: To the University of Maine to study Sports medicine and International Studies. If you’re leaving Eagle County, what will you miss most: The mountains and my... Read more
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5KSDK St. Louis
Mothers of missing child helps other familiesremind myself to stay postive," says Wilson. While Theda doesn't believe Chris
Mothers of missing child helps other families
5KSDK St. Louis / Posted an hour ago
remind myself to stay postive," says Wilson. While Theda doesn't believe Christian could survive this long with out medicine to keep him alive, she's sure of one thing. "In my heart I feel like justice is just a guarantee," says Wilson. "I... Read more
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Adelaide Now
The new diet behind Adele’s dramatic weight losshave shown help regulate metabolism. Co-authors Glen Matten, a certified nutrit
The new diet behind Adele’s dramatic weight loss
Adelaide Now / Posted an hour ago
have shown help regulate metabolism. Co-authors Glen Matten, a certified nutritionist who specialises in nutritional medicine, and Aidan Goggins, a nutritionist and pharmacist, call out 20 “sirtfoods” that are rich in sirtuin-activating... Read more
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KWGN Denver
US Olympic officials take steps to protect athletes from Zika virusto technology that measures the speed and intensity of each powerful punch and
US Olympic officials take steps to protect athletes from Zika virus
KWGN Denver / Posted an hour ago
to technology that measures the speed and intensity of each powerful punch and helps marathoners run faster, to sports medicine and psychology. They even tap the science of eating the right foods at the right time for peak performance. “It’s... Read more
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DW
Study: Financial crisis linked to over 200,000 cancer-related deaths |(OECD) alone," said the study, which was conducted by Mahiben Maruthappu of Imp
Study: Financial crisis linked to over 200,000 cancer-related deaths |
DW / Posted an hour ago
(OECD) alone," said the study, which was conducted by Mahiben Maruthappu of Imperial College London's faculty of medicine and colleagues. The study suggests that universal health care could have prevented many of what they deem "excess"... Read more
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Business Wire
Chugai's Bispecific Antibody "ACE910/Emicizumab" Phase l Data in Patients with Hemophilia A Published in The New England Journal of Medicine Onlinea Phase I study of the bispecific antibody emicizumab (ACE001JP study) was publ
Chugai's Bispecific Antibody "ACE910/Emicizumab" Phase l Data in Patients with Hemophilia A Published in The New England Journal of Medicine Online
Business Wire / Posted an hour ago
a Phase I study of the bispecific antibody emicizumab (ACE001JP study) was published online in The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) on May 25, 2016 (EST). Emicizumab is currently under development for hemophilia A. In this first-in-patient... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
New Zealand Budget 2016: At-risk students targeted, operational funding frozen2016/17 for the Ministry of Education's specialised property team. Tertiary bo
New Zealand Budget 2016: At-risk students targeted, operational funding frozen
The New Zealand Herald / Posted an hour ago
2016/17 for the Ministry of Education's specialised property team. Tertiary boost Universities offering science and medicine will get extra money to help them grow those subjects. Budget 2016 will give $86 million in tuition subsidies to... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Joyce flags extra $410.5 million for science researchsupport regional economic initiatives. Those packages include $86.1 million ov
Joyce flags extra $410.5 million for science research
The New Zealand Herald / Posted an hour ago
support regional economic initiatives. Those packages include $86.1 million over four years to lift tuition subsidies in science, agriculture, veterinary science, and undergraduate medicine subjects, and $40 million to back regional R&D initiati... Read more
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CBS 6 Richmond
He served four years in Iraq and returned with PTSD, now his therapy dog is missinghis best buddy. “Usually he would come running,” Hatley said. Particularly co
He served four years in Iraq and returned with PTSD, now his therapy dog is missing
CBS 6 Richmond / Posted an hour ago
his best buddy. “Usually he would come running,” Hatley said. Particularly concerning is the fact that Jack needs seizure medicine, and he has now been without it for more than 72 hours. “That’s where I related to Jack, I take medicine, so does... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
Can a drug make you transgender?the drug was given without understanding the awful consequences. This is the bi
Can a drug make you transgender?
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted an hour ago
the drug was given without understanding the awful consequences. This is the biggest medical disaster in modern medicine until the Vioxx scandal.” DES is a complicated drug. Given to 5 million women during the 1940s through early '70s,... Read more
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Crikey
On Medicare, exorbitant medical fees and doctors' pay disparitysalaried systems is that people don’t work as hard — given recent revelations t
On Medicare, exorbitant medical fees and doctors' pay disparity
Crikey / Posted an hour ago
salaried systems is that people don’t work as hard — given recent revelations that perhaps around 20%-30% of what we do in medicine is so-called “low value care” – i.e. it does not improve a patient outcome — then perhaps having doctors,... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Imogen: ‘Paybacks a b***h’is sweet for Imogen. Picture: Andrew Meadowcroft KIIS FM shock jock Kyle Sandi
Imogen: ‘Paybacks a b***h’
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 hours ago
is sweet for Imogen. Picture: Andrew Meadowcroft KIIS FM shock jock Kyle Sandilands has received a taste of his own medicine after belting out private details about his sex life with girlfriend Imogen Anthony over the airwaves. Kyle... Read more
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CTV News
Malala Yousafzai, Kailash Satyarthi win Nobel Peace Prizeof peace work to include efforts to improve human rights, fight poverty and cle
Malala Yousafzai, Kailash Satyarthi win Nobel Peace Prize
CTV News / Posted 2 hours ago
of peace work to include efforts to improve human rights, fight poverty and clean up the environment. The Nobel Prizes in medicine, chemistry, physics and literature were announced earlier this week. The economics award will be announced on... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
'Fashmob' Parliament to show commitment to Smokefree 2025for when the nation would become Smokefree,” said Dr Stone. “Researchers at Uni
'Fashmob' Parliament to show commitment to Smokefree 2025
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 2 hours ago
for when the nation would become Smokefree,” said Dr Stone. “Researchers at University of Otago School of Public Health Medicine found there was progress made on only a handful of these recommendations. When so many lives are on the line every... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Joyce flags extra $410.5 mln for science researcheconomic initiatives. Those packages include $86.1 million over four years to
Joyce flags extra $410.5 mln for science research
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 2 hours ago
economic initiatives. Those packages include $86.1 million over four years to lift tuition subsidies in science, agriculture, veterinary science, and undergraduate medicine subjects, and $40 million to back regional R&D initiatives. (Business... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
For Zika-infected pregnancies, microcephaly risk as high as 13 per centsyndrome, are often seen in less than 1 per cent of births. By contrast, the st
For Zika-infected pregnancies, microcephaly risk as high as 13 per cent
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
syndrome, are often seen in less than 1 per cent of births. By contrast, the study published in the New England Journal of Medicine found the estimated risk for microcephaly with Zika infections in the first trimester of pregnancy ranged from 1 per... Read more
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WLOX-TV Biloxi
Mosquito repellant 'hacks' include perfumethe right products,” said Dr. Susan McLellan, the director of the Tulane Travel
Mosquito repellant 'hacks' include perfume
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted 2 hours ago
the right products,” said Dr. Susan McLellan, the director of the Tulane Travel Clinic and infectious disease and tropical medicine specialist. McLellan also recommends treating clothing with Permetherin, a compound that can’t be applied to the... Read more
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Orange County Register
The looming threat to your healthheard of a “value framework” before, you’re not alone. They’re complicated math
The looming threat to your health
Orange County Register / Posted 2 hours ago
heard of a “value framework” before, you’re not alone. They’re complicated mathematical formulas that dictate how much medicine a patient should receive in terms of cost. After a patient crosses a certain financial threshold, the framework... Read more
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The Kitsap Sun
Port Orchard memory care employee is 'Caregiver of the Year'Living Caregiver of the Year" by the Washington Health Care Association. PORT
Port Orchard memory care employee is 'Caregiver of the Year'
The Kitsap Sun / Posted 3 hours ago
Living Caregiver of the Year" by the Washington Health Care Association. PORT ORCHARD — Dr. Ed was still practicing medicine when he diagnosed himself with dementia. He moved into Orchard Pointe memory care in Port Orchard about a year ago... Read more
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Rappler
Maduro's opponents rally in tense Venezuelaon removing Maduro from office, waved a red, yellow and blue Venezuelan flag an
Maduro's opponents rally in tense Venezuela
Rappler / Posted 3 hours ago
on removing Maduro from office, waved a red, yellow and blue Venezuelan flag and banners denouncing shortages of food and medicines caused by a severe economic crisis. It was a small rally but similar ones were called around the country, a week... Read more
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Island Packet
How accurate is your Fitbit? Well, it’s complicatedscience is bad. But you have to be really careful when you look at the science.
How accurate is your Fitbit? Well, it’s complicated
Island Packet / Posted 3 hours ago
science is bad. But you have to be really careful when you look at the science.” In another recent study in the journal Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, two other functions of Jawbone and Fitbit devices, the step and calories counts,... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Do we have any control over our brain health as we age?to Alzheimers Canterbury would be welcomed.Dr Yoram Barak is an Assistant Profe
Do we have any control over our brain health as we age?
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 3 hours ago
to Alzheimers Canterbury would be welcomed.Dr Yoram Barak is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the Sackler School of Medicine, Tel-Aviv University, and Director of a Psychogeriatric Department. He has published extensively and is author or... Read more
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KPLC Lake Charles
St. Bernard man who relies on state services fears possible DHH cutsare in peril because of the state budget crisis. "I come here, get him up, dre
St. Bernard man who relies on state services fears possible DHH cuts
KPLC Lake Charles / Posted 3 hours ago
are in peril because of the state budget crisis. "I come here, get him up, dressed in the morning, breakfast, give him his medicine, make sure we get everything together. And I make sure he gets on the bus safely,” said Keandra Junius, Rockey’s... Read more
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MPNnow.com
Jane Jewett Stickler, Mrs. Canandaigua, dies at 87daughter of Dr. C. Harvey and Eleanore M. Jewett, Mrs. Stickler’s father, grand
Jane Jewett Stickler, Mrs. Canandaigua, dies at 87
MPNnow.com / Posted 3 hours ago
daughter of Dr. C. Harvey and Eleanore M. Jewett, Mrs. Stickler’s father, grandfather and great-grandfather all practiced medicine in the same Main Street building, now Wood Library.Ed Varno, executive director of the Ontario County Historical... Read more
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TribLIVE
Chartiers Valley javelin thrower Dinnen overcomes obstacles to qualify for PIAA meetto keep it really in line,” she said. If her blood sugar gets too high, she fe
Chartiers Valley javelin thrower Dinnen overcomes obstacles to qualify for PIAA meet
TribLIVE / Posted 3 hours ago
to keep it really in line,” she said. If her blood sugar gets too high, she feels hot and is prone to headaches. She takes medicine to counteract those symptoms. If it is too low, she begins shaking and feels drained. This requires her to eat or... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Why you should eat fruit while pregnantof areas of the brain including the prefrontal cortex. The university report f
Why you should eat fruit while pregnant
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 3 hours ago
of areas of the brain including the prefrontal cortex. The university report for the specialist online journal EBioMedicine noted: "Mothers who ate more fruit during pregnancy had children who did better on developmental testing at 1 year... Read more
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New York Post
Veterans would do a lot better if Disney were running the VAcommon problems in government-controlled health-care systems, like the VA and l
Veterans would do a lot better if Disney were running the VA
New York Post / Posted 3 hours ago
common problems in government-controlled health-care systems, like the VA and like some European countries with socialized medicine. The reason for this is a lack of competition, which robs the provider (the government) of any real incentive to... Read more
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WTHR Indianapolis
Researchers slowly homing in on risk of Zika birth defectat the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. It was published online Wedn
Researchers slowly homing in on risk of Zika birth defect
WTHR Indianapolis / Posted 3 hours ago
at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. It was published online Wednesday by the New England Journal of Medicine. The Zika virus causes only a mild and brief illness, at worst, in most people. But in the last year, infections in... Read more
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FOX 31 Denver
US Olympic officials take steps to protect athletes from Zika virusto technology that measures the speed and intensity of each powerful punch and
US Olympic officials take steps to protect athletes from Zika virus
FOX 31 Denver / Posted 3 hours ago
to technology that measures the speed and intensity of each powerful punch and helps marathoners run faster, to sports medicine and psychology. They even tap the science of eating the right foods at the right time for peak performance. "It's... Read more
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