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She Sees Dead People: A Candid QandA With Psychic Medium MaryAnn DiMarco

Post by The Stir Bloggers. You’ve heard the saying: “It’s not the job. It’s the people...” But what’s it like when your coworkers, so to speak, are already dead or conferencing in from another dimension? Just ask MaryAnn DiMarco, a psychic...Show More Summary

Fanged deer pops up in Afghanistan, 60 years after its last appearance

26 minutes agoHealth : The Checkup

It's aliiiiiiiiiive! Although the last reported sighting of the Kashmir musk deer was around 60 years ago, a Wildlife Conservation Society study confirms that these fanged beasts are still alive and kicking. Read full article >>

New AACI President to Focus on "The Academic Difference" at Top Cancer Centers

George J. Weiner, MD, director of the Holden Comprehensive Cancer Center, will focus on "The Academic Difference" at leading cancer centers as he begins a two-year term as president of the Association of American Cancer Institutes.

Case Western Reserve, Cuyahoga County, YMCA of Greater Cleveland Collaborate for $13 Million in Public Health Grants

The Prevention Research Center for Healthy Neighborhoods (PRCHN) at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine is a key player in nearly $13.32 million in federal grants awarded to improve community health in Northeast Ohio. CDC renewed the PRCHN's grant for $4.35 million over five years.

Silence is Deadly: Combating the Epidemic of Viral Hepatitis

Silence=Death. That phrase was used by the advocacy group ACT UP to end the silence about the AIDS crisis in the United States. This is no less true for the issue of viral hepatitis, which claims the lives of 12,000-18,000 Americans each year. Our inactivity can fuel the spread of viral hepatitis—viruses which are largely...

Judge sets Kaci Hickox free

UPDATE: Maine judge rejects severe restrictions on nurse; does not have to remain in home: — ABC News (@ABC) October 31, 2014 The cops in Maine can go back to catching criminals because they no longer have to watch nurse Kaci Hickox. That’s because a judge has ruled that Hickox, who returned from […]

UK Study Finds Punitive Drug Laws Don't Reduce Drug Use

41 minutes agoHealth / Addiction : The Fix

Despite new evidence, the government has no intention to decriminalizing drugs.

Podcast: Ebola, ISIS, Israel, Palin

Talk Radio News Service Washington bureau chief Ellen Ratner talks with Gary Baumgarten for the Paltalk News Network about whether the threat of Ebola is greater than first thought, the struggling battle against ISIS, the rift between the White House and Israel and speculation that Sarah Palin may run for office again.

Charities and support groups giving confidence to younger people with breast cancer

When a young woman or man consults the GP – because of a lump, a pain or a change in the nipple or skin of the breast – cancer is rarely the first thought in the doctor's mind. Sometimes it is not in the patient's mind either – because the young tend to stay away [...]

This Might Be Why Some Survive Ebola

1 hour agoHealth : Healthland

A new mice study may help explain Ebola's varying impacts

Study: Milk may not be very good for bones or the body

1 hour agoHealth : The Checkup

Milk is often touted as one of nature's most perfect foods -- and for good reason. It contains many essential nutrients and in particular, the high calcium content has been touted as crucial for good bone health when fortified with vitamin D, as it is in the United States. Read full article >>

5 Tips to Nail Down a Stress-Free Day in the Morning

1 hour agoFitness / Yoga : Yoganonymous

In both my personal life and my coaching practice I am a firm believer that how you start your day dictates how the rest of your day will be. In an earlier post we talked about the importance of getting a good night’s sleep. If … The post 5 Tips to Nail Down a Stress-Free Day in the Morning appeared first on YOGANONYMOUS.

Scientists succeed in giving a record number of their patients migraines

1 hour agoHealth : The Checkup

Sometimes the process of scientific discovery can be a real headache. In a recent Danish study, scientists were thrilled to give painful migraines to 86 percent of their study subjects. Migraines are a particularly painful mystery for...Show More Summary

3 scary-smart ways to make a food facial

1 hour agoHealth : Well Good NYC

Halloween-appropriate DIY recipes to beat fight acne, free radicals, and dry skin.

Not A Role Model Mom

Throughout Kayla's eleven years I've often had people remark to me with some variation of the following expressions:"She is doing so well, you must work with her so much at home.""She's doing great, it must be what you're doing at home.""It...Show More Summary

Well: The Workout: Running While Pregnant

1 hour agoHealth : NYT: Health

Clara Horowitz Peterson, an elite runner, mother of three and expecting, talks about training during and after pregnancy.

Proton Therapy Shown to be Less Costly than Some Alternative Radiotherapy Techniques for Early Stage Breast Cancer

In terms of duration of treatment and cost, patients with early stage breast cancer may benefit from accelerated partial breast irradiation (APBI) with proton therapy versus whole breast irradiation (WBI), according to new research from The University of Texas MD Anderson Proton Therapy Center.

Maine Judge Orders Ebola Quarantine for Nurse

1 hour agoHealth : NYT: Health

Kaci Hickox, a nurse who worked in West Africa, had defied the authorities’ requests to go into quarantine because she said the measures were not justified.

Improved Mouse Model Will Accelerate Research on Potential Ebola Vaccines, Treatments

Researchers develop first genetic strain of mice that can be infected with Ebola and display symptoms similar to those that humans experience. This work will significantly improve basic research on Ebola treatments and vaccines.

National Quality and Safety Study Ranks Rush University Medical Center Among Top Performing Academic Medical Centers in the Country

Rush University Medical Center has received the UHC's (University HealthSystem Consortium) Quality Leadership Award, ranking fifth among 104 academic medical centers in the UHC's annual study. Rush is the only medical center in Illinois to be listed among the 12 top ranking medical centers.

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