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  • GetSmart: Eye Smart!

    H. Dunbar Hoskins, Jr. MD FACS, Executive Vice President of the American Academy of Opthalmology (AAO), was kind enough to spend some time with me today talking about Eye Health. AAO has two important programs Dr. Hoskins wants Healthline readers...

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  • Safe Toys for Tots: Five Tips for Giving

    It's been a rough year for toy makers who have tried to cut corners by using toxic materials in manufacturing. Thousands of kids suffer toy related injuries every year. So how do we know what toys are safe?The American Academy of Pediatricians of...

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  • National Hemophilia Month: Project Red Flag

    Project Red Flag is the National Hemophilia Foundation's (NHF) campaign to raise awareness about women's bleeding disorders. 2.5 million women in the US have bleeding disorders, most commonly von Willebrand disease (VMD). VMD is the most common o...

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  • HIV Infections in NYC Three Times National Rate

    4800 people, most of them men who had sex with men (MSM) contracted HIV in NYC in 2006. NYC is considered the epicenter of the HIV epidemic, with 100,000 people living with the illness. Black and Latino men in their 30's and 40's have the highes...

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  • April 6-12 is National Public Health Week - Tell Congress to Take Action on Climate Change

    Climate change seems to be on everyone's mind - it is the theme for this year's American Public Health Association (APHA) observance of Public Health Week. The themes for today and tomorrow are Greening of Work and Home.Be Green at Work:Telecommu...

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  • Salmonella Sickens People Across U.S.

    UPDATE Friday 11/3/06:Restaurant tomatoes have been identified as the culprit in the Salmonella outbreak that has sickened 183 people across 21 U.S. states and Canada, with 22 hospitalizations. "We identified tomatoes eaten in restaurants as the ...

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  • It's Come to This: Lottery for Health Insurance in Oregon

    New risk factor identified for early death - lack of health insurance. In the US, 18,000 preventable deaths occur annually due to lack of health insurance coverage, costing the nation $65- 130 billion dollars. 600,000 people in Oregon are uninsure...

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  • Thank You Laurie Edwards at Chronic Dose for Grand Rounds Vol. 4 No. 50

    Author/blogger Laurie Edwards at Chronic Dose hosted Getting Educated Medical Grand Rounds this week. Thanks for including my post Have the Olympics Inspired You to New Fitness Greatness? in this delightful edition of Grand Rounds.

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  • La Diabetes Tipo 2: Now the Leading Cause of Death in Mexico

    Health officials at the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) have reported that type 2 diabetes is now the leading cause of death in Mexico, and the third leading cause of death in those living along the US - Mexico border. They estimate that ...

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  • Thank You Dr. Tam for The Seinfeld Edition of Grand Rounds

    The show may have been about nothing, but Grand Rounds 4:42 The Seinfeld Edition, by Dr. Tam of The Blog that Ate Manhattan, is about something - and manages to be both funny and informative. He connected my Watermelon post with the award winning ...

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