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  • Hug a Tree? It's Trails Advocacy Week February 11-14

    Forget chocolates and (blood) diamonds. Take a hike with your loved ones for Valentine's Day. The American Hiking Society celebrates Trails Advocacy Week and if you don't have a favorite trail, this week is good time to discover one. Click on t...

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  • Respect & Responsibility: Use a Condom Every Time

    While our thoughts turn to love this week, the American Social Health Association reminds us it is National Condom Week February 10- 16. Think ahead and be prepared. Have condoms with you and remember just how many diseases you and your partner ...

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  • REMEMBER SEPTEMBER 9 10:30 HBO: ALIVE DAY MEMORIES:HOME FROM IRAQ

    Beginning Sunday September 9 through September 16, 2007 HBO will be airing the very special documentary by Executive Producer James Gandolfini Alive Day Memories: Home From Iraq. I had the opportunity to see the film this weekend and was struck by...

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  • Violence Prevention in the Wake of Disaster

    Hurricane season is putting stress on everyone - millions are directly affected by evacuations, storm damaged homes, loss of work and housing and other forms of trauma. Disruptions in routines, loss of income and unanticipated expenses put treme...

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  • Insider Chatter says "Google Health at Risk"

    Donna Bogatin of Inside Chatter interviewed Healthline's CEO West Shell last week for her blog post Google Health at Risk: Healthline Medical Search Snags Power Partners, and Money. The Big G has been taking some hits for its forays into health ...

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  • FDA Approves First Period-Free Oral Contraceptive - Lybrel

    On May 22nd 2007 the Food and Drug Administration approved the first low dose combination oral contraceptive (OC), Lybrel. This drug offers women the opportunity to gain period-free status over time i.e. women who use it over a period of time may ...

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  • Aplastic Anemia and MDS: I of IV

    The Aplastic Anemia and MDS International Foundation, Inc. observes Awareness Week each December. Aplastic anemia and MDS(myelodysplastic syndromes) are classified as Bone Marrow Failure Diseases (BMFD). These diseases are relatively rare in the U...

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  • How Sweet It Isn't: It's Diabetes Awareness Month

    What will cause 35 million heart attacks, 13 million strokes, 6 million episodes of kidney failure, 8 million instances of blindness or eye surgery, 2 million amputations, and 62 million deaths in the next 30 years?*Diabetes.In observance of Ameri...

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  • We the People want Health Care Reform: A Commonwealth Fund Report

    The Commonwealth Fund published a report this week illuminating what We The People want in health care reform. What are we adults over age 19 hoping our presidential candidates can deliver this time next year?Candidates views on health care will ...

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  • Home on the Range of Motion: It's National Physical Therapy Month

    People often first learn about physical therapists from their doctors after they have experienced an injury such as a bone fracture, or after a surgical procedure--say after a rotator cuff repair--that dampens their ability to function like they u...

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