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Nina Pham, Dallas Nurse Who Had Ebola, to Be Released From Hospital

4 hours agoHealth : NYT: Health

Ms. Pham, the first person to contract the disease in the United States, had helped treat a Liberian man who died in Dallas.

Can the Catholic Church Help End HIV?

On National Latino AIDS Awareness Day, it's time to look at how we can really change HIV rates, and the stigma that boosts them, at home first with the help of the Pope and PreP. read more

¿Puede la Iglesia católica Ayudar en Acabar con el VIH?

En el Día Nacional Latino de Concientización del SIDA, es el momento de ver cómo podemos realmente cambiar las tasas de VIH y el estigma que les impulsa, primero en casa con la ayuda del Papa y PrEP. read more

PHOTOS: The Best Swag of the U.S. Conference on AIDS

Take a look at the pens, bags, foodstuffs, and more offered at the U.S. Conference on AIDS. read more

Myth or Truth: Will PrEP Create Drug Resistance?

Today we look at the question of whether taking Truvada for PrEP will create a resistant HIV strain. Contributor: Katie Peoples read more

Aaron Laxton's MY HIV Journey: "I Refuse to Live With HIV In Silence"

In this part of his video journal, Aaron explains that his videos are meant to inform, educate, and help those that do not know how to talk about it. read more

Friday Funny 813: Just "Dad" Things

A few days ago, I Instagrammed a photo of Charlie and I mowing the lawn. I captioned it "Mowing the lawn with this goofball. (We have a reel mower - don't worry, he's in no danger.)" Someone told me I missed an opportunity to say "he's...Show More Summary

Primary Care Providers: Improve Care for Patients with Viral Hepatitis with ACT-First, a Free Online CME Course

Regular readers of this blog probably know that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends hepatitis C (HCV) screening for everyone in the demographic group in the U.S. that is most likely to be infected—people born between 1945 and 1965. In addition, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) last year upgraded its...

Skeptical Journalist Turned Primal Advocate

It’s Friday, everyone! And that means another Primal Blueprint Real Life Story from a Mark’s Daily Apple reader. If you have your own success story and would like to share it with me and the Mark’s Daily Apple community please contact me here. I’ll continue to publish these each Friday as long as they keep […]

Staying Connected with Mom

Staying connected with Mom may have begun as an obligation but it is now one of the great joys of my life. By Marilyn RaichleAlzheimer's Reading Room I walked out of my mother’s room in Assisted Living, counted to three and realized that, inside the comfort of her room, Mom had no memory of my having been there.“So why visit?” I hear people say. Show More Summary

How to Accept Your Imperfections

Some weeks ago in a Dear Mark column, the issues of unwanted weight, arm fat and aesthetic frustration were front and center. While people’s central reasons for going Primal vary, I don’t know of anyone who doesn’t enjoy looking slimmer and fitter. While some of us are unapologetically in it for the vanity spoils (not that […]

Are Elite Athletes Inadvertently Training Like Grok?

Modern elite athletes have different goals than our hunter-gatherer ancestors. Their training loads are higher and their physical activity is contrived and somewhat artificial. But for the most part, elite athletes are working with the...Show More Summary

Dallas nurse now Ebola free

Nina Pham, the first nurse diagnosed with Ebola in the United States after caring for an infected patient in Dallas, has been declared “virus free,” officials at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Md., said Friday morning. Pham, 26, was treated at the facility, which has a special unit for patients who need advanced […]

Are Video Games Good or Bad for Us?

Non-gamers tend to take a dim view of video games and their fans, assuming they’re all a bunch of sweaty man-children clutching liter bottles of Mountain Dew between Cheeto-dusted fingers and screaming racist obscenities that diffuse, muffled, through thick neckbeard thatches into their headsets at online opponents. And a few weeks ago, even I referenced the stereotypical […]

Does Insurance Cover Ebola Care?

5 hours agoHealth : Healthland

Your chances of getting Ebola in the U.S. are very slim. But if you do, who's footing the bill?

Dear Mark: Eggs and Colon Cancer; Softened Water and Health

For today’s edition of Dear Mark, we’ve got a two-parter. First up is a question about a sensitive subject: the collective Primal love of all things egg. They form the backbone of millions of breakfasts across the ancestral health community on a daily basis, but David wonders if they might be contributing to colorectal carcinogenesis. […]

Weekend Link Love – Edition 318

We’ve got three Primal Blueprint Transformation Seminars coming up: In NYC on November 1; Richmond, VA on November 15; and West Bloomfield, MI, also on November 15. Kickstart your Primal lifestyle – or give someone else the gift of a lifetime! Research of the Week Eating disorders may have a gut bacterial origin. Biomarkers of […]

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