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  • Global Healthbeat: Getting a Handle on Cancer in Developing Countries

    The Global Health International Council convenes in Washington D.C. May 29 - June 1, and one topic experts will be discussing is that of cancer in the developing world. In the past year or so, researchers and organizations like WHO, and INCTR hav...

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  • February is National Cancer Prevention Month!

    Sponsored by the American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR), February is a good month to initiate some gradual changes in our lives to prevent cancer. AICR's website provides guidelines for simple dietary changes that will help anyone: make eve...

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  • Money really isn't Everything: Health Advantages of Creative Work

    Doing challenging creative work that you enjoy and having control over your daily routine is the equivalent, in terms of health advantages, of being 7 years younger than your stated age, having 2 more years of education or 15 times higher househol...

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  • Interview with a Hero: Dexter Pitts of HBO's Alive Day Memories: Home From Iraq

    Alive Day Memories: Home From Iraq is a documentary film from Executive Producer James Gandolfini featuring interviews with ten injured troops who have returned from Iraq. This quiet, elegant film premiered on HBO Sunday September 9, 2007 at...

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  • Healthline Analysis: Presidential Candidates & Their Health Care Plans - Obama

    I will do my best over the coming weeks and months to provide an unbiased analysis of the presidential candidates' positions on health care. Here goes with my first installment with the Democratic front runner, Senator Barack Obama of Illinois (e...

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  • Say Hello to Health Matters

    Welcome to Health Matters, a new blog that lives to share thoughts and insights about the role of technology and policy as it impacts researching the most "considered purchase" of all, our health and that of our loved ones. You'll be hearing from ...

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  • Tis the Season - To Be Careful with Your Heart

    Deaths from heart disease peak during the holiday season. It may be the season to be jolly, but it is also the season for heart attacks. Doctors at Vanderbilt University Medical Center speculate that a lot of people ignore the warning signs beca...

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  • Global Healthbeat: South Africa AIDS Policy

    AIDS activists in South Africa are demanding the dismissal of Health Minister Manto Tshabalala-Msimang who President Thabo Mbeki continues to praise as a heroine. Both the South African President and his Health Minister have made international he...

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  • Thank You Dr. Anonymous for Grand Rounds 4.8

    Dr. Anonymous had to go all the way to Tucson, Arizona to put Grand Rounds together this week. He gathered 43 posts and my post about EMR's and my new neighbors, Practice Fusion - EMR 2015: Practice Fusion Cuts to the Chase. Thanks for the intere...

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  • April is National Youth Sports Safety Month

    We want our youth to be physically fit and healthy - but we want to keep them safe. Each year over 20 million kids in the US participate in sports and almost one million suffer serious sports related injuries. Sports related injuries account for...

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