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Babson College Entrepreneurship Professor Heidi Neck Receives Entrepreneurship Educator of the Year Award

Babson College Entrepreneurship Professor Heidi Neck has received the Schulze Entrepreneurship Educator of the Year Award (SEEYA). She is recognized as a trailblazer in American entrepreneurship education and stands out among her peers for a demonstrated ability to drive entrepreneurship education forward.

Ancient fossils reveal a sticky dinosaur death trap

6 hours agoHealth : The Checkup

The most rapacious of raptors were taken down by quicksand in droves, according to new research.

Assessing the Brains of Supercentenarians

6 hours agoHealth / Aging : Fight Aging

Supercentenarians, people who have passed 110 years of age, are very rare. Accordingly, the sort of information on their physiology that can only be obtained through autopsy or donation of the body to science is similarly thin on the ground. Show More Summary

Speeding up Drug Discovery for Geroprotectors

6 hours agoHealth / Aging : Fight Aging

I'm far from convinced it is the best path forward in the matter of treating aging, but much of the research community is focused on finding drugs that can alter patterns of gene expression and the operation of signaling pathways that tend to change with aging in order to run in a more youthful manner. Show More Summary

Winterize Your Diabetes

On today’s show, Charlie Cherry, Chris Moore, Theresa Moore, and Chris Daniel talk about… The weather is starting to change, so it’s time to think about winterizing your Diabetes. What special things do you need to do in preparation for the cold weather and Diabetes?

Health benefits of hiking: Raise your heart rate and your mood

Hiking is good for you both physically and mentally. It provides a great cardiovascular workout, improves balance, and is a natural stress reliever. Hikes can range from gentle strolls to uphill terrain, so there’s always a way to challenge yourself. Show More Summary

Mayo Clinic Minute: When are opioids OK to take?

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says sales of prescription painkillers have increased dramatically in recent years. Some people who receive these medications may misuse them, but others may truly need them. So the question is: When are opioids OK to take? In this Mayo Clinic Minute, reporter Vivien Williams talk to pain medicine […]

WIAW

On a Wednesday! #punctualityFTW  Hi friends! How’s the morning going?? It has been sweltering hot here -I have no clue what has happened- so we’ll probably head back to the beach or bay to cool off. The week is already flying by, and I can’t wait for the weekend because we’re surprising the girls with […]

What some stories missed about the muscular dystrophy drug approval: Pharma’s close ties to vocal patient advocacy groups

Dr. Susan Molchan is a psychiatrist in the Washington D.C. area who contributes regularly to HealthNewsReview.org. She has been a clinical researcher at the National Institutes of Health and was a medical officer at the Food and Drug...Show More Summary

Juice is not natural

The health-impact of juice is a contentious issue. Yes, it’s full of vitamins and minerals. But it’s also full of sugar.  How much sugar?  The below graph compares the calories and sugar content in a         

Price of Opioid Overdose Antidote Naloxone Soars

The price of naloxone is increasing at a time when the need for the opioid overdose antidote is growing, CNBC reports. The post Price of Opioid Overdose Antidote Naloxone Soars appeared first on Partnership for Drug-Free Kids.

Insurance Barriers to Addiction Medication Putting People at Risk of Death: Doctors

Addiction doctors say insurance barriers to opioid addiction treatment are putting people’s lives at risk, USA Today reports. The post Insurance Barriers to Addiction Medication Putting People at Risk of Death: Doctors appeared first on Partnership for Drug-Free Kids.

Group of House Lawmakers Ask DEA to Reconsider Making Kratom a Schedule I Drug

A group of House lawmakers—both Democratic and Republican—is asking that the Drug Enforcement Administration delay the decision to make kratom a Schedule I drug, according to The Huffington Post. The post Group of House Lawmakers Ask DEA to Reconsider Making Kratom a Schedule I Drug appeared first on Partnership for Drug-Free Kids.

Surge in Carfentanil Overdoses Overwhelming Ohio First Responders and Crime Labs

The recent surge in overdoses from the potent opioid carfentanil is overwhelming first responders and crime labs in Ohio, NPR reports. Carfentanil, used to sedate elephants, is 100 times stronger than fentanyl. The post Surge in Carfentanil Overdoses Overwhelming Ohio First Responders and Crime Labs appeared first on Partnership for Drug-Free Kids.

The Heart of Mental Health and Well-Being at the United Nations

In the normally staid halls of the U.N., energy exploded as Bolivian musician Hillario Soto entered a large conference room at the back, playing his home-made bass flute, followed Pied-Piper-style by a troupe of musicians, adult vocalists,...Show More Summary

Genes, Chance And Destiny: Siddhartha Mukherjee Chronicles The Human Genome’s Turbulent Future

Genes, Chance and Destiny: Siddhartha Mukherjee Chronicles the Human Genome’s Turbulent Future At 46, Siddhartha Mukherjee, is a man driven by questions, by puzzles in science and society. In 2011, his first book, a 600-page book on the history of cancer, The Emperor of All Maladies, won a Pulitzer Prize, among other accolades. Show More Summary

Getting Ready for Tomorrow

Disability, in the minds of many, is an experience to be learned from, either as directly experienced or though second-hand experience as a parent or a care provider. "I've learned so much about life from having a disability." "My clients...Show More Summary

Detox Diet Review: Does it Work?

What is it?  A Detox Diet is a way to help flush out toxins from the body to improve overall health. There are many versions of this diet, and it often requires people to eat a limited amount of certain foods … Continue reading ?

Three Weeks of Speed Work

My first "speed test" that I don't count as speed work came on Sunday, September 4th, when I ran 1.5 miles a bit faster in the middle of a 5 mile run. My first REAL speed work since March was 10 days later: Wednesday, September 14. I ran under 5 miles total, but the middle 3 were done a bit faster. Show More Summary

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