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  • American Thyroid Association Requests Potassium Iodide for AntiTerrorism

    The American Thyroid Association (ATA) has sent a letter to the White House requesting that potassium iodide (KI) be included as part of the antiterrorism response of the nation. The ATA is a professional society of over 900 health professionals ...

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  • The Warrior Archetype and Violence

    The Warrior archetype is a fundamental aspect of the human psyche. The Warrior is trained to regulate aggression and violence inherent in our species to defend any threat against his/her safety and well-being and those he/she vows to defend. Phy...

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  • Do You Practice Safe Rx?: It's "Talk about Prescriptions Month"

    Prescription medicines have been a lifesaver for many people, people with type 1 diabetes (and some with type 2 diabetes too) can't live without insulin, lithium has transformed the treatment of certain mental illnesses, and warfarin has blood clo...

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  • Healthline in 2008: Dedicated to Improving Health Literacy

    The ability to understand and take advantage of all of the advances in medical science has not kept pace with the discoveries themselves. Improving health literacy is a public health priority for the US Surgeon General - and it's a priority for u...

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  • Big Thanks to RNCentral.com for Top 50 Health 2.0 Blogs!

    RNCentral.com honored Healthline's Health Experts network of bloggers in their Top 50 Health 2.0 Blogs.We are really happy to be recognized along with many of our friends in the blogging community. Thank you!

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  • Thank You Dr. Keagirl, for Grand Rounds 3.28!

    Dr. Keagirl, a self-described frustrated veterinarian with allergies turned urologist and blogger, hosted this week's version of cyberspace Grand Rounds at her websiteUrostream:Random Thoughts and rants from your Friendly UrologistLots of interest...

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  • Are You Getting Enough Sleep? March 3-9 is National Sleep Awareness Month

    The National Sleep Foundation would like us to take 7 days to get educated about something we never seem to get enough of - sleep! Sleep loss may be costing our economy billions of dollars in lost productivity, and 1500 people die annually due to...

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  • 27% of Teenagers Are Unhappy

    In both UNICEF and BBC reports, teens in industrialized nations report low mood. 7 out of 10 teens report feeling pressure to look good and felt under pressure from school, family and classmates. How do you know when your teen has crossed the ...

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  • Public Health Crisis Due to Negligence at Endoscopy Center

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that a campaign to notify 40,000 patients of the Endoscopy Center of Southern Nevada in Las Vegas that they may have been exposed to Hepatitis B, C and HIV is the largest ever in US hist...

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  • In the Global Fight Against Malaria WHO turns on Gates Foundation?

    The deadliest animal on the planet is the irritating little mosquito, responsible for over 1 million deaths annually. Dr. Regina Rabinovich has dedicated her life to solving the problem of malaria, haunted by the specter of 3 deaths of children p...

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