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  • Thyroid Questions from Our Readers: Communicating with Your Doctor

    None of our blog posts have generated as much interest or as many comments as Some Symptoms of Functional Thyroid Disease. Let's start out by stating that I am not a thyroid disease expert and that blog posts are not exactly the right forum for g...

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  • Exercise and Yoga can Improve Quality of Life for Women with Breast Cancer

    The Journal of Clinical Oncology has published two studies that suggest that yoga and exercise may improve physical fitness and quality of life in women diagnosed with early stages of breast cancer.Researchers found resistance exercises to be the ...

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  • Have the Olympics Inspired You to New Fitness Greatness?

    While the US Olympic athletes brought home a record number of Olympic medals, statistics point to continuing rise of obesity in our country. If watching all of these gifted athletes perform has inspired you to greatness, here are some tips to inc...

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  • Runaway Bridegroom: XDR-TB Comes (Back) to America

    If it wasn't so tragic for everyone involved, the unfolding saga of runaway bridegroom Andrew Speaker would make a screenplay starring the late Peter Sellers. I try to avoid blogging about the more sensational health news stories, but I wrote XDR...

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  • Celebrating the Web of Life: Australia Observes Biodiversity Month

    Each September, the Australian Government observes Biodiversity month. Australia is home to almost 700,000 species, many of which are found no where else in the world. Why is this important to health? Our species is dependent on biodiversity for...

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  • Healthline Analysis: Election 2008 - Follow the Money

    In case you missed it, Mitt Romney-R asked, Who let the dogs out?But if you, like me, want to follow the money:Whose campaign has received the most $ from lobbyists?Hillary ClintonFinance, insurance and real estate sectors are her biggest donorsIn...

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  • The World Rushes to Haiti

    As Haitians waited for international aid to arrive, their shock turned to desperation in the absence of food and medical care. After many logistical hurdles in the days immediately following the earthquake, international aid groups began arriving ...

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  • Get Ready for a Stress Less Back to School Week!

    For those of us with kids, Labor Day Weekend is a time of preparation and making the transition from lazy days of summer to gearing up for school days and after school schedules. Make things easier on yourself and your children by putting a littl...

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  • March is Brain Injury Awareness Month

    The Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) asks us to observe Brain Injury Awareness Month by protecting senior citizens from brain injuries. Millions of Americans are caregivers for parents, grandparents or other elders, but did you kno...

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  • Health Observances Unleashed

    Oftentimes we first learn about a disease or condition when a friend or a loved one announces that have been diagnosed; or when we breeze by the newsstand to catch a glimpse of People Magazine with a celebrity-stricken cover; or a poster on the wa...

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