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    Going through a divorce or ending a long-term dating relationship can be rough. It leaves many people apprehensive about getting back into the dating world. Whether you decide to go with online dating, matchmaking, or hitting the clubs, the first and most important question to ask yourself is: Am I ready to start...
     
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    Quality improvement method can inexpensively reduce hospital resources across facilities
    Employing a unique quality improvement methodology called Standardized Clinical Assessment and Management Plans (SCAMPs), physicians have demonstrated that chest pain in children, rarely caused by heart disease, can be effectively evaluated in the ambulatory setting using minimal resources, even across a diverse...
     
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    For 12-year-old Austin Stanfill, a makeover of his family’s diet allowed him to prevent a type-2 diabetes diagnosis.
    Austin was overweight when he went to Kaiser Permanente Orchards Medical Office in Vancouver, WA to be treated for pneumonia. Weighing in at more than 150 pounds in the sixth grade, Austin told pediatrician Sara Bell, MD, he often found himself surrounded by junk food. During the...
     
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    Across America, September represents the start of another school year and the return of an American tradition: high school football. However, in addition to the excitement of the game and the roar of the crowd comes the potential for injury. According to latest reports, nearly 300,000 high school athletes sustain...
     
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    Behavioral abnormalities are traditionally thought to originate in the brain, but a new study by researchers at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University has found that inner-ear dysfunction can directly cause neurological changes that increase hyperactivity. The study, conducted in...
     
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    Because Hope Matters Radio with featured guests Dr. Pierre Tariot, director of Banner Alzheimer’s Institute and Bob Deits, author and pastor plus a wrap-up with Leeza Gibbons, television and radio host, author, and founder of Leeza’s Care Connection and Leeza’s...
     
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    Since 1971 national nonprofit Help Hospitalized Veterans (HHV) has put almost 29 million arts and crafts kits into the hands of patients at VA and military hospitals worldwide. It’s been HHV’s primary mission to provide “medicine that doesn’t come in a bottle” to America’s...
     
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    Turning off the smart phone and leaving work behind during weekends and vacations is a rare thing for most working Americans, and contrary to popular belief, most say staying connected is good for their productivity and balance. These were among the results of a survey released today by the American Psychological...
     
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    People with cataract-related vision loss who have had cataract surgery to improve their sight are living longer than those with visual impairment who chose not to have the procedure, according to an Australian cohort study published this month in Ophthalmology, the journal of the American Academy of...
     
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    K9 Fit Club, the Nation's First Indoor Workout Facility dedicated to the health, fitness and wellness of pooches and their people, has added 3 new Certified Licensee Locations across the country. Those opening a K9 Fit Club location are required to attend a 3-Day Certification and Training Program at the company...