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Medical News Today: 'Bionic' eye allows man to see wife for first time in a decade

Thanks to a new bionic eye implant, a blind man is now able to reconstruct scenes and recognize objects and people - including his wife for the first time in a decade.

Medical News Today: Scientists discover part of brain that calculates the intentions of others

Scientists mapping monkeys' brains during tasks that require complex social anticipation believe their discovery could lead to treatments for autism and similar problems.

Medical News Today: Doctors perceived as more compassionate when giving patients more optimistic news

In a new study, patients with advanced cancer favored a doctor who delivered optimistic news over one who delivered negative news, perceiving them as having more compassion.

Hodia DTreat for Young Adults With Type 1 Diabetes

Are you 18 to 30 years old and living with Type 1 diabetes? Then you may be interested in attending the upcoming Hodia DTreat 2015... The post Hodia DTreat for Young Adults With Type 1 Diabetes appeared first on Diabetes Self-Management.

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In January, a 13-year-old patient named Kelssi came to Dr. Robert Zarr’s office at Unity Health Care, a community health center in Washington, D.C. Kelssi had struggled with her weight for as long as Zarr had known her and was now obese. Show More Summary

ADHD and Depression: Diagnosing, Treating, and Managing a Dual Diagnosis

Are you depressed because you have untreated ADHD, or are you dealing with something more serious? Here's how to tell the difference between reactive depression and major depression — and get the help you need.

Do Long Sleepers Have an Increased Risk of Stroke?

People who sleep more than eight hours a night may have an increased risk of stroke, according to a new study published in the February 25, 2015, online issue of Neurology(r), the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology...

Medical News Today: Short hospital stays after hip fracture 'may increase risk of death'

For patients admitted to the hospital for hip fracture, those who stay less than 10 days may be at higher risk of death than patients who stay longer, according to new research.

4 Real Women Share Healthy-Eating Tips

11 hours agoHealth / Fitness : FitSugar

Photo: POPSUGAR Photography We all know that the struggle is real when it comes to balancing what we actually eat with our healthy goals. That's why we partnered with Weight Watchers and four of their coaches to share helpful advice for positive mental adjustments when it comes to eating. I love to eat. Show More Summary

Appalachian Trail Music Club | 001 | Sun It Rises

One “luxury” that I cannot hike – or bike, run, climb, cook, write, sleep… breath?! – without is music. Inspiring, epic, relaxing tunes that motivate and focus me when nothing else can. My musical library has reflected my love of the natural world more and more over the years, to the extent that I have......

Over Hill and Under Hill: Seeing the Appalachian Trail

"There is nothing like looking, if you want to find something. You certainly usually find something, if you look, but it is not always quite the something you were after."...

For the First Time in My Life

A brief introduction. Basically to make sure I'm doing this friggin' thing right....

Against The Odds

2189.2 miles is a long way to drive much less walk, and here we stand with 32 days until we leave and I can’t help but be scrambling around making sure I have everything I need to walk to Maine and to survive for 6 months. I know I am not the only one right??......

Bebo soda dietética a diario. ¿Puede eso ser nocivo?

Respuesta de Katherine Zeratsky, especialista en dietética Beber una cantidad razonable de soda dietética al día, como una o dos latas, probablemente no haga daño. Los edulcorantes artificiales y otras sustancias químicas actualmente utilizadas en las sodas dietéticas son inocuos para la mayoría de personas y no existe evidencia creíble respecto a que esos ingredientes […]

Something to Think About ~ When do you truly fail?

"Our crabapple is more resilient than I am. I try. I fail. And then I stop trying. I lose hope, get frustrated and impatient, and then give up..." More from Amit Sood, M.D. - When do you truly fail? Dr. Sood is director of research in the Complementary and Integrative Medicine Program at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, […]

Mayo News Network Headlines 2/27/2015

In today's Mayo News Network Headlines with Vivien Williams: Lung Cancer Screening Guidelines Winter Blues What Color is the Dress Journalists: Video is available in the downloads. Click here for the script.

Outside money aiding incumbents in L.A. City Council races

11 hours agoHealth : Booster Shots

Unlimited outside spending in the campaigns for seven Los Angeles City Council seats has topped $1.2 million, with the vast majority of the money going to help incumbents at City Hall.

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