- June 21st, 2012
With the Supreme Court's decision on the healthcare reform act expected within the week, both hope and fear are building that the Court will stop healthcare reform in its tracks. But a healthcare futurist argues that the real reforms in healthcare will survive with or without the law.
Kellogg Company Unveils Updated Research Compendium Illustrating The Health Benefits Of Starting Each Day With CerealJune 21st, 2012Cereal: The Complete Story provides body of science behind this powerful breakfast food
>>Research shows that a diet that includes cereal can improve nutrient intake and help maintain healthy weights.
>>Kellogg is a leader in understanding the role of breakfast and cereal in consumers' health and well-being.
- June 21st, 2012Mobile application from Preventice helps people avoid chemicals and fragrances that trigger allergic skin reactions
A day at the beach or a walk in the woods can spell trouble if you have skin allergies, or contact dermatitis. According to a National Ambulatory Medical Care survey, approximately 8.4 million people visit their doctor each year because of skin allergies. And for many, allergic reactions increase during the summer months.
- June 20th, 2012
According to a MSN story, a new study has found that breast cancer survivors can improve their heart's health and reduce the chances of a relapse by participating in competitive sports. Dr. Marvell Scott, creator of the Performance Health Program, said it is imperative patients consider heart rate-based training to get the most of their training program.
Employers Addressing Workplace Obesity; Issue Remains a Growing Problem, Especially for Small and Mid-Size EmployersJune 20th, 2012
While many US employers are addressing obesity in the workplace, there is still much progress to be made as well as a need for tools and resources, especially among small and mid-size organizations, according to a survey more than 500 employers conducted by the National Business Coalition on Health (NBCH), with support from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National S
- June 20th, 2012
Older Adults Most Vulnerable to Influenza and Related Complications; Vaccination Options for Adults 65 and Older Available this Season
--The National Council on Aging (NCOA) is leading the charge to educate older adults about the threat of influenza and the importance of immunization through a new awareness initiative called Flu + You.
- June 20th, 2012
Journey To Botanicals announces a new natural essence formulated for stress and anxiety. The Stress and Anxiety Essence is a subtle tree essence which was formulated to work with the body's natural ability to heal itself.
PetSmart Charities "High-Five For My Pet Adoption" Video Contest Raises Awareness - And Inspires Others - About Pet AdoptionJune 20th, 2012Enter to win a donation made in your name to an animal welfare organization to save more homeless pets
High-Five for five million pets adopted through PetSmart Charities' Adoption Centers in PetSmart stores!
- June 19th, 2012
With 10,000 Americans turning 65 every day – and according to new research released today, a majority of them expect to live to nearly 90 – the celebration of older Americans is a developing trend, and more people are aspiring to live longer and better than ever before.
National Dairy Council and General Mills Foodservice to Award $50,000 in Grants to Fund K-12 Schools Breakfast ProgramsJune 19th, 2012Fuel Up Breakfast Grant Applications Accepted through July 31, 2012
The National Dairy Council has partnered with General Mills Foodservice for the fourth consecutive year to offer Fuel Up Breakfast Grants - providing children an opportunity for a nutritious breakfast aimed at jumpstarting their school day. Schools looking to develop or expand their breakfast programs can apply to receive up to $2,000 in funding through the grant program.