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  • Grandma was right - Eat Your Vegetables!

    Think you have no control over your cancer risk? More and more, studies are proving that watching your weight, staying active and eating fruits and vegetables significantly cuts your cancer risk.The first President Bush may have had an aversion t...

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  • Aplastic Anemia and MDS: Clinical Trials

    Before new medical treatments can be offered to the general public, they are tested with clinical trials. If you have a disease with no known cure, you may want to consider participating in a Clinical Trial. Developers of new medications and treat...

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  • April Fool's! It's Grand Rounds - Making the Rounds

    Thank you to all of the Tricksters & Jokers out there in Medical Blogosphereland for including my post National Youth Violence Prevention Week in the same heady company as Chucky Cheese, protecting our young uns...To quote Medgadget - who call...

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  • May is Better Sleep Month

    It is a common experience that a problem difficult at night is resolved in the morning after the committee of sleep has worked on it. ~ John SteinbeckWho doesn't love their sleep? Yes I know there are those morning people that jump out of bed ever...

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  • Haitian Health Concerns Grow Due to Devastating Quake

    As President Barack Obama pledges one of the biggest relief efforts in recent history and begins the 3,500-soldier and 2,200-marine rescue mission to Haiti, it is becoming clear through various correspondents that the situation in the major cities...

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  • Healthline Wins "Model of Excellence" Award

    Wow! It was unexpected, but certainly welcome to find out that Healthline was one of InfoCommerce's 2006 winners of their "Model of Excellence" award. I'll let InfoCommerce do their own talking on the awards page. Thanks! And as always, please ...

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  • National Folic Acid Awareness Week: Yo Tomo Acido Folico. Y Tu?

    The National Council on Folic Acid celebrates National Folic Acid Awareness Week from January 7-13. One thing they stress this year is that Latina women are consuming the least amount of folic acid and, as a result, more latino babies are being bo...

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  • Home From Iraq: HBO, James Gandolfini Focus on New Veterans

    Depression is a serious problem for returning veterans of the Iraq war and their needs are going unmet. Returning veterans report feelings of alienation from their homes and families. The psychological problems, be they depression or post-traumat...

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  • Historic Kidney Transplant

    In Washington, D.C. this past week, thirteen patients suffering from life-threatening illnesses were given a new lease on life. In the span of six days, skilled surgeons performed an unprecedented and record-setting 26-person kidney transplant.The...

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  • Global Healthbeat: Kenya - What happened?

    Kenya, to most North Americans, has long been one of those African nations that seemed safe and stable. We know that it is on the east coast, on the equator, it may be the birthplace of our species, and with exotic wildlife in a gorgeous setting,...

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