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Updated: New County Budget Balances Public Needs, Fiscal Prudence - SCVNEWS.com

Psychiatry - Mon, 2017-06-26 17:37

SCVNEWS.com

Updated: New County Budget Balances Public Needs, Fiscal Prudence
SCVNEWS.com
Additional investments in mental health, meanwhile, include $8.2 million to operate a new psychiatric inpatient unit at Olive View?UCLA Medical Center and $4.4 million to establish an agency?wide call center to support a substance abuse services ...

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Ancient Chinese practice no secret in New Lenox - Chicago Tribune

Energy Medicine - Mon, 2017-06-26 17:17

Chicago Tribune

Ancient Chinese practice no secret in New Lenox
Chicago Tribune
He said the principal of traditional Chinese medicine recognizes that each person has a life energy, known as "qi" that circulates naturally within the body and mental, physical and emotional illnesses happen when the qi energy is disrupted. From the ...

When your heart is not in the game - sudden death on the sports field - Irish Times

Heart Disease - Mon, 2017-06-26 17:00

Irish Times

When your heart is not in the game - sudden death on the sports field
Irish Times
Sudden Cardiac Death is defined as death due to natural causes within an hour of the onset of symptoms, in the absence of any other cause, and assumed to have a cardiac cause. The majority of SCDs occur in those from late middle age onwards as a result ...

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Butler Co. enacts prescription drug monitoring program - KFVS

Prescription Pills Addiction - Mon, 2017-06-26 16:53

Butler Co. enacts prescription drug monitoring program
KFVS
Seibert says the hardest thing he's done is quit prescription drugs. Same with Rebecca Shaver. “Prescription drugs is what had led me to heroin. I was in a car accident, and they put me on prescription pain pills, and then you know, I got addicted to ...

Governor Mifflin students get hands dirty to help food banks - WFMZ Allentown

Organic Food - Mon, 2017-06-26 16:44

WFMZ Allentown

Governor Mifflin students get hands dirty to help food banks
WFMZ Allentown
"Whether it's food banks or homes where people are in need of healthy, organic food," said English teacher and garden adviser Brad Selbst. Every student involved is devoting time to it this summer. "It took the community to help the community," said ...

JFK Medical Center opens new cardiac, pulmonary rehab facility - Cardiovascular Business

Nutritional Medicine - Mon, 2017-06-26 16:18

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JFK Medical Center opens new cardiac, pulmonary rehab facility
Cardiovascular Business
A new cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation center opened this week at JFK Medical Center in Edison, New Jersey, reports My Central Jersey. The center will provide a highly specialized, closely monitored exercise program, nutritional counseling and ...
JFK opens heart, lung rehab centerMyCentralJersey.com

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Everyone could use a nutrition boost - Inquirer.net

Nutrition - Mon, 2017-06-26 16:13

Inquirer.net

Everyone could use a nutrition boost
Inquirer.net
According to research, special nutrition may help manage the normal changes the body goes through during life. Nutritional needs change over time, factoring in changes in lifestyle, dietary habits and metabolism. This is the reason why the research ...

Cool, wet weather creates challenges for producers - Manitoba Co-operator

Nutrient Deficiency - Mon, 2017-06-26 16:06

Cool, wet weather creates challenges for producers
Manitoba Co-operator
Industry reports have been received of leaves showing symptoms of nutrient deficiency. The symptoms can most often be attributed to the cool, wet weather and slow development rate of the corn. Corn in rotation after summer fallow or canola is ...

Want to Curb the Opioid Epidemic? Don't Limit Access to Health Care. - Slate Magazine

Prescription Pills Addiction - Mon, 2017-06-26 15:57

Slate Magazine

Want to Curb the Opioid Epidemic? Don't Limit Access to Health Care.
Slate Magazine
My addiction to opioids began in an all too common way: I was prescribed painkillers because I had a pain problem. When I began taking Percocet to help alleviate my endometriosis pain, it was as if everything in my life shifted into focus. Previously ...
Stop The Opioid Epidemic Before It Stops UsHuffPost

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15 new Tennessee laws you should know - WATE 6 On Your Side

Vaccines and Vaccination - Mon, 2017-06-26 15:56

WATE 6 On Your Side

15 new Tennessee laws you should know
WATE 6 On Your Side
An amendment is adding tougher punishment for those manipulating caller identification or text messages. ... The legislation that subjects doctors to felony penalties doesn't apply if the mother faces risks of death or serious damage to a major bodily ...

Holmen man sentenced to prison for meth distribution | Crime and ... - La Crosse Tribune

Meth Addiction - Mon, 2017-06-26 15:51

La Crosse Tribune

Holmen man sentenced to prison for meth distribution | Crime and ...
La Crosse Tribune
For years, he was tied in a massive drug trafficking enterprise that funneled methamphetamine into the region, although attorneys disagree on his level of ...

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Is buying organic really worth it? - Globalnews.ca

Organic Food - Mon, 2017-06-26 15:32

Globalnews.ca

Is buying organic really worth it?
Globalnews.ca
There is also no appreciable difference between organic and non-organic products from a food-safety perspective, according to Massow. On the one hand, even organic growers use pesticides. On the other, “testing shows little if any pesticide residue on ...
FSSAI issues draft regulations for organic food productsETHealthworld.com

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Looking for clues to dangerous fatty liver disease - Medical Xpress

Diabetes - Mon, 2017-06-26 15:10

Looking for clues to dangerous fatty liver disease
Medical Xpress
"When you combine the fact that the natural history of the disease is unclear; it's difficulty to diagnose, treat and stage it; and there's no FDA-approved medicine, it becomes a huge issue," said Dr. Jaideep Behari, associate professor of medicine at ...

How the synthetic turf industry is bypassing children's safety - The Hill (blog)

Carcinogens - Mon, 2017-06-26 14:59

The Hill (blog)

How the synthetic turf industry is bypassing children's safety
The Hill (blog)
The extreme heat causes the carcinogens and irritants in the material to be far more available for human uptake and exposures — the fields and playgrounds with shredded waste tires become even more dangerous. The turf industry complained in a recent ...

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What is the Main Function of Blood? - Mental Floss


Mental Floss

What is the Main Function of Blood?
Mental Floss
As we age, some hormones are not produced sufficiently. Having reviewed the literature, bioidentical hormone replacement will allow our system to get rebalanced. 6. Heat distribution and blood redistribution are other aspect of perfusion of our limbs ...

Categories: Anti-Aging

7 Doctor-Approved Tricks for Feeling More Energetic All Day Long - Redbookmag.com (blog)

Energy Medicine - Mon, 2017-06-26 14:09

Redbookmag.com (blog)

7 Doctor-Approved Tricks for Feeling More Energetic All Day Long
Redbookmag.com (blog)
"So many people want energy, but they don't know how to get it. Sleep, food, and exercise are key sources, but each provides energy differently. Sleep helps restore our cognitive abilities. When you're awake, your brain is operating at faster ...

Medical treatment repurposes drug, could possibly saves limbs - WLS-TV

Diabetes - Mon, 2017-06-26 13:59

WLS-TV

Medical treatment repurposes drug, could possibly saves limbs
WLS-TV
The treatment uses an existing drug for cancer patients that mobilizes the body's own stem cells and a standard compression device. Havelka said "hopefully helps those stem cells hone in to where the disease is at and allowing the patient to build up ...

Medical treatment repurposes drug, could possibly saves limbs - WLS-TV

Heart Disease - Mon, 2017-06-26 13:59

WLS-TV

Medical treatment repurposes drug, could possibly saves limbs
WLS-TV
The treatment uses an existing drug for cancer patients that mobilizes the body's own stem cells and a standard compression device. Havelka said "hopefully helps those stem cells hone in to where the disease is at and allowing the patient to build up ...

Debunking 9 common cancer myths - KPNX 12 News TV

Aspartame - Mon, 2017-06-26 13:50

KPNX 12 News TV

Debunking 9 common cancer myths
KPNX 12 News TV
Myth #1: Artificial sweeteners, such as aspartame, cause cancer. Dr. Curley: Artificial sweeteners have not been proven to cause cancer in humans. There initially were concerns about laboratory animals having bladder cancer following exposure to a ...

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The Top 3 Anti-Aging Skin Treatments Being Used Today - PEOPLE.com

Anti-Aging - Mon, 2017-06-26 13:42

PEOPLE.com

The Top 3 Anti-Aging Skin Treatments Being Used Today
PEOPLE.com
If Black women have one aging tell, it would have to be the eyes. “Volume loss under the eyes creates a shadow, or a dark, hollow look. One of my most popular procedures is restoring that volume with a filler like Belotero,” says Henry. As with any ...

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