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3 Tips for Beating Mesothelioma, a free online resource that features comprehensive resources for people who have been diagnosed with mesothelioma, has just unveiled three new tips for beating the disease. As a spokesperson for noted, the three tips are: do not ignore seemingly innocent symptoms like a nagging cough; arrange for medical treatments like surgery as soon  [ Read More ]

Whether you’re having a backyard BBQ, pool party or beach picnic, it’s important to be mindful of how much added sugar is in the beverages and foods you and your guests are enjoying. On average, Americans consume a whopping 22 teaspoons of added sugars per day—nearly three times the lower daily limit recently recommended by  [ Read More ]

Dr. Zia Agha, Executive Vice President of Clinical Research & Medical Informatics, West Health Institute, will present a keynote on transformations in healthcare at the upcoming MEDevice San Diego Conference & Showcase at the San Diego Marriott Marquis & Marina, taking place September 1-2, 2015, presented by UBM Canon. On the morning of September 1,  [ Read More ]

Foot and Ankle Surgeons Offer Safety Tips for Hikers

In the United States, more than 38 million people annually go hiking and the popular recreational activity has recently seen increased interest in its more competitive and extreme forms. The American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons (ACFAS) reminds all hikers, whether avid or recreational, injuries are common and careful planning is essential to reducing  [ Read More ]

Summer temperatures are hitting record highs across the nation this year – and Florida is feeling the heat across the state – from Jacksonville, where FPL customers recently experienced 24 straight days of 90 degrees or warmer weather, to South Florida where Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport experienced its hottest July on record. Hot weather is  [ Read More ]

Patients with urologic cancers or other urologic conditions may benefit from the latest therapies available through enrollment in clinical trials offered by Skyline Urology. Skyline currently has active trials involving new oral or IV drugs to treat advanced prostate cancer, bladder cancer and overactive bladder. Other medical therapies and immunotherapy trials are being studied in  [ Read More ]

Although health care costs have slowed recently, rising costs over the last decade have prompted many local governments to make changes to their plans and strategies, according to a new nationwide survey by the Center for State and Local Government Excellence.  The top cost drivers of local government health care increases cited by survey respondents  [ Read More ]

The Cost of Ignoring Your Child’s Dental Hygiene Habits

It’s possible you’ve heard the alarming news; over 78% of adult Americans currently have some form of gum disease. Hamlin Dental Group would like you to also know that, according to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), 80% of the US population has at least one cavity by age 17.  For most of us, poor  [ Read More ]

A major new study from the United Kingdom finds conclusive evidence that organic crops, and the food made from them, are nutritionally superior to their conventional counterparts, corrects many of the shortcomings of earlier studies and should put to rest any doubts about the benefits of organic, said the lead scientist of The Organic Center  [ Read More ]

€85 Million European Programme Targets Novel Antibiotics

Over 30 European universities, research institutes, and companies, led by GlaxoSmithKline and Uppsala University, are joining forces in a 6-year programme supported by the Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI) to develop novel antibiotics against Gram-negative pathogens in a project called ENABLE (European Gram-Negative Antibacterial Engine), including open calls for candidates outside the consortium. The antibiotic crisis  [ Read More ]

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