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  • Guidelines Identify Children with Meningitis

    A standard battery of five tests is highly accurate in detecting the difference between viral meningitis and more dangerous bacterial meningitis, according to a report in the Journal of the American Medical Association. The tests are called the B...

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  • Protect Your Brain - Eat More Salmon, Eggs and Walnuts

    I have written before about the benefits of Omega 3 fatty acids. Now scientists at the Universite Laval provide us with one more reason to eat a diet rich in omega-3 fatty acids: they may protect the brain against progressive neuron death - a fac...

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  • Healthline Secures Financing and Partnerships

    Thanks to the wonders of technology (DVD's), this weekend I saw William Wylers' 1958 classic film, The Big Country. The days of settling a piece of land with 100 miles of fence and some ranch hands are gone, but the basics of a successful venture...

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  • Symptom Search: Healthline's New Product

    Healthline just launched a Product we are all excited about, Symptom Search. I have been involved in Symptom Search since I began working here about a year ago. Working behind the scenes and trying to translate the wide world of health care knowle...

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  • May is National Mental Health Month - Get Connected

    This month, take stock of your social relationships. Our world and our lives are getting more difficult - we need each now more than ever. Relationships with family and friends help get us through tough times. Mental Health America's theme for ...

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  • March is National Nutrition Month: Eat Your Fruit!

    The American Dietetic Association asks us to observe National Nutrition Month. See our own Andrea Giancola's excellent blog posts about this observance:100% Fad Free Continued100% Fad Free: National Nutrition MonthAndrea is a Registered Dietitian...

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  • Basketball Legend is Battling Leukemia—and Winning

    Kareem Abdul-Jabbar recently revealed that he has been battling a rare form of leukemia for nearly a year. The 62-year-old former center for the Los Angeles Lakers is suffering from chronic myelogenous (or myeloid) leukemia (CML), a cancer that st...

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  • States of Mind

    The days are getting shorter and the nights are getting cooler. Most of us will glide through these season changes, hunker down with a cup of hot cocoa and begin making lists for holiday shopping. Still, this can be a tough time of year for some p...

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  • CMS releases list of Nursing Homes which Fail to Improve

    Special Focus Facilities Not Showing Significant Improvement Most Recent Months as Region Facility Name Address City State Zip Phone Number Survey ...

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  • Thank you Dr. Tam, for Grand Rounds 3.33: The Blogger that is Eating Manhattan

    TB Tam put together this week's serving of medical writing at The Blog That Ate Manhattan. He had kind words about my post The Barbarian Invasions & National Cancer Control Month, musings about a beautiful film, my father's death from prostat...

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