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  • Untimely Death of Dr. Ivins, Biodefense Scientist Implicated in Anthrax Deaths

    It's called The American Anthrax Outbreak of 2001. Following the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, envelopes containing spores of Bacillus anthracis were mailed via the US postal system to news media and government officials. Th...

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  • Is Red Wine the Secret to Anti-Aging?

    Over at CNN, the AP reports that red wine could hold the secret to longevity & may give humans the ability to eat high fat diets without risk. This landmark “study by the Harvard Medical School and the National Institute of Aging shows that he...

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  • American Idol Gives Back: Raising Money and Awareness to End Malaria Deaths in Africa

    Who knew? Ryan Seacrest Holds the Solution: A $10 Bed Net Saves Lives. Like millions of others around the world, my teenager and I have gotten hooked on American Idol. This week the hit produced a two program special called "Idol Gives Back" wh...

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  • Pay Attention to Kids who may be At-Risk for Drinking

    A new study published this month in Prevention Science identifies triggers for problem drinking behaviors in high school seniors. As kids cope with more stress at school, at home, in their relationships, in the world and their concerns about the...

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  • Thank You, My Three Shrinks, for Grand Rounds!

    It was with temerity that I submitted my post The Human Brain as a Deadly Weapon: Privacy Laws vs. Protecting the Publicto Grand Rounds 3.32 at Shrink Rap: BYOB (Bring Your Own Brain). The three shrinks (Dinah, Roy and Clinkshrink) write a blog "b...

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  • Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance

    The Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance asks us to observe Tuberous Sclerosis Month in May. The disease affects about 1 million people worldwide. A genetic disorder characterized by an abnormal growth in the brain that looks like a root or tuber, this dis...

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  • National Eating Disorders Awareness Week

    Eating disorders is a term that includes various diseases - anorexia, bulimia and binge-eating, and February 25th-March 3rd 2007 is National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, so in the spirit of awareness and enlightenment I would like to seize the...

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  • Food Label Calorie Counts All Wrong

    And just when you thought you had your calorie intake under control, your healthy dinner plans set, and your weight loss goals just around the corner. A new study published in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association shows that res...

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  • Thanks David E. Williams of Health Business Blog for Grand Rounds 3.45!

    Co-founder of MedPharma Partners LLC, David E. Williams, writes a great blog at Health Business Blog. He hosted Grand Rounds this week and was kind enough to include my post, Shot through the Heart: Dr. Carmona, Nation's Doctor along with many ot...

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  • National Wear Red Day

    The first Friday in February is the day we all get to wear something red to work. What? Is our work attire now being dictated to us? Are we still in America? Why red? "It's just not my color!" you say. Well, yes, we are still in America and no, we...

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