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This Flu Shot Is Not Like the Others

16 hours agoHealth : Healthland

Some people may get a new flu shot that’s made with dog cells instead of chicken eggs

Study ‘1 in 20 U.S. Children May Have Health or Behavioral Problems Related to Alcohol Exposure Before Birth”

Is it safe to drink while you're pregnant? Studies that have been released over the past couple years have made the answer to this question a little blurry. Some say yes, others absolutely no - and in between you get the ones that say a glass of wine is fine... Show More Summary

9 Yoga Tips to Overcome Anxiety Disorder

16 hours agoFitness / Yoga : Yoganonymous

Relief from anxiety and stress is now only a yoga practice away! Roughly 40 million U.S. adults suffer from anxiety (that’s around 18 percent of Americans age 18 and over), making it the most common mental illness in the country. This number … The post 9 Yoga Tips to Overcome Anxiety Disorder appeared first on YOGANONYMOUS.

2014 Allergy Review and Tips for the Holidays

The Gottlieb Allergy Count pollen and mold reporting season ended on October 15, 2014 and founder Joseph Leija, MD, retired allergist at Gottlieb Memorial Hospital, offers a look back at this year. The long, extreme winter delayed the start of the reporting season to the end of March as compared to early March in 2013. […]

The medical justification for multiple partners men have been waiting for

Men who sleep with more than 20 women have lower chances of getting prostate cancer- study — The Star, Kenya (@TheStarKenya) October 29, 2014

Do Sex Workers Have More Mental Health Problems?

A frequent assumption is that sex workers have more mental health problems than the general population. This Swiss study shows that depends on what kind of sex work they do. read more

Former long-time Boston Mayor Tom Menino dies

#BREAKING: Long-serving former #Boston Mayor Thomas #Menino dies: — Fox News (@FoxNews) October 30, 2014

Vanderbilt Experts Offer Advice for Trick-or-Treating with Food Allergies

Ghosts, skeletons, zombies and vampires will emerge this Halloween to strike fear into the hearts of trick-or-treaters, all in good fun. But for some children, one of Halloween's most exciting traditions presents an issue that can strike true terror into the hearts of their parents--food allergies

University Researchers Find Bat Influenza Viruses Unlikely to Pose a Threat to Human Health

Kansas State University veterinary researchers collaborated on a study that shows the bat influence virus poses a low risk to humans.

Should I Eat Shrimp?

17 hours agoHealth : Healthland

Welcome to Should I Eat This?—our weekly poll of five experts who answer nutrition questions that gnaw at you. 5/5 experts say yes. The lure of garlicky sautéed shrimp is hard to resist, and if you’re having these five experts over for dinner, there’s no need to try. Shrimp fans abound in this group. “Shrimp…

Lung Cancer Patients with Minimally Invasive Adenocarcinoma Have Comparable 97.7 Percent Five-Year Survival Rate as Patients with Adenocarcinoma in-situ

Lung cancer patients with minimally invasive adenocarcinoma (MIA) have similar, positive five-year disease-free survival (DFS) and overall survival (OS) rates as patients with adenocarcinoma in-situ (AIS), according to research presented today at the 2014 Chicago Multidisciplinary Symposium in Thoracic Oncology.

30% of U.S. Shrimp Is Misrepresented, Study Says

17 hours agoHealth : Healthland

Labels like "wild" and "Gulf" are often inaccurate

HHS awards $2.2 billion in grants for HIV/AIDS care and medications

Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia M. Burwell announced today that more than $2.2 billion in grants was awarded in fiscal year (FY) 2014 to cities, states and local community-based organizations, funded through the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program. This funding will ensure that more than half a million people living with and affected by HIV...

"I Remember Better When I Paint" Scheduled to Appear Nationwide on PBS

By Max WallackAlzheimer's Reading Room I Remember Better When I Paint: Art and Alzheimer's: Opening Doors, Making Connections The article below first appeared on the Alzheimer's Reading Room in January of 2010. It was in response toShow More Summary

Are You Sacrificing Your Health?

There’s that saying people throw out when a hypothetical situation is profoundly unappealing or flat-out unconscionable to them – “Not for a million dollars…”. Not for a million dollars. Not for ten million. Not for…what? Think for a second and identify the most important, precious, valuable principles and priorities that you wouldn’t sacrifice for anything […]

Kentucky Teens Impacted By Drug Abuse Eligible For College Scholarship

18 hours agoHealth / Addiction : The Fix

Once again, the Sarah Shay Memorial Scholarship and the Michael Donta Memorial Scholarship will be awarded to high school students affected by drugs.

Do You Know How to Climb a Chimney?

If not, watch the 90 second video to learn: Many of the routes in Red Rock Canyon have chimneys that you need to climb to reach the peak.

Mapi Appoints Charles Makin to Lead North America Health Economics & Outcomes Research Team

Mapi, a global leader in Real-World Evidence, Health Economics & Outcomes Research (HEOR), Market Access, Epidemiology and Patient-Centered Research solutions, strengthens its North American team with the appointment of Charles Makin as Vice President, HEOR and Strategic Market Access.

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