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  • Go for a Run, and Help Kids in Need

    The Fresh Air Fund is looking for runners to join its NYC Half-Marathon team. Through sponsorships, each runner on the team raises money that will fund free programs for kids from low-income communities. More runners means more money going to kids...

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  • Happy 90th Birthday Nelson Mandela!

    July 18,2008 is the 90th birthday of Nobel Peace Prize winner and South Africa's first black president, Nelson Mandela. He spent 30 years in prison for his fight against apartheid and is now a world statesman, fighting for the rights of the poor ...

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  • First Medication for Huntington's Chorea Approved

    Huntington's disease is a fatal, inherited neurodegenerative disorder marked by disabling chorea. Chorea is a symptom of the disease, manifesting in spasmodic, uncontrollable movements that become disabling. The FDA has now approved the medicat...

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  • Rush Remedy Heals People and the Planet

    Rush University Medical Center has come up with an exciting way to go green - recycling unused medical supplies. In a program called Rush Remedy, staff and medical students collect unused medical equipment and supplies and ship them to internatio...

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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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  • World Food Day October 16

    Today is World Food Day, an international event to increase awareness to alleviate hunger. This year the focus is on the issue of climate change and its impact on the poor. Food security for millions is an increasingly urgent global public healt...

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  • Breastfeeding is Best

    World Breastfeeding Week: There’s nothing more important for newborns, infants and toddlers than providing ideal nutrition that contributes to their healthy growth and development. There is strong and growing evidence that breastfeeding offers nat...

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  • Healthcare Blogger Survey

    Are you a healthcare blogger? Spend more than 30% of your time writing about health and healthcare issues? Envision Solutions, LLC and the Trusted.MD Network are conducting their second annual survey on the medical blogosphere. The survey is alre...

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