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1 min ago | Cleveland Daily Banner

RAM offers free medical care Sept. 20 and 21 in Ooltewah

Remote Area Medical , a nonprofit, volunteer, medical relief corps, is sponsoring a two-day event at Ooltewah High School on Sept. 20 and 21, to provide free health, dental and vision services and exams for underserved, uninsured, unemployed and under-employed persons in Hamilton and surrounding counties.


Related Topix: Ooltewah, TN, Non-Profit, Health, Entertainment, Wild Kingdom, Television, Knoxville, TN

4 hrs ago | The Miami Herald

South Florida medical simulation company quietly becomes a force in industry

"The baby's coming, the baby's coming," she says, demanding an epidural, but it's a little late for that. "Push, push, push," says Jorge, coaching her through the contractions, as two "nurses" hold Victoria's hand and watch her vital signs and fetal heart tones on several monitors.


Related Topix: Medicine, Nursing, Health, Marketing, University of Miami

Sat Sep 13, 2014

Grand Haven Tribune

North Ottawa Community Health System ends midwife services

The community expressed an interest in those services several years ago, but demand has changed over time, said Dr. Haney Assaad, vice president of medical affairs for the Grand Haven-based health system. The health system employs two midwives, who are currently seeing 48 pregnant clients, NOCHS spokeswoman Jen VanSkiver said.


Related Topix: Grand Haven, MI, Health, Social Software, Spring Lake, MI

The Moultrie News

Volunteers raise awareness for ovarian cancer

Hundreds of volunteers in more than seven locations throughout the region will be armed with ribbons, banners, posters and wristbands as they decorate city centers in teal.


Related Topix: Health

Milwaukee Courier Online

New Poll: Women's Health and Economic Security for Women and...

A new poll of voters in 18 battleground states found that the issues of women's health and economic security for women and families are the top motivators for key groups of voters. Potential drop-off voters, who tend to vote in presidential years and stay home for midterm elections, are highly receptive to messaging about the adverse consequences of not voting, especially when connected to economic security for women and families and ongoing threats to women's access to health care like birth control and abortion .


Related Topix: Health, Abortion

Fri Sep 12, 2014

Park Record

Park City doctor promises to slow the effects of aging

Dr. Stephanie Singer, who is offering treatment to combat the effects of aging, stands by a machine called the GE Lunar DXA, which assesses the bone health of patients. Dr. Stephanie Singer, an obstetrician and gynecologist, was tired of seeing patients, then having to whisk them away without the time to counsel them properly on overall health and wellness.


Related Topix: Medicine, Park City, UT, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Life, Food, Nutrition, Health


4 Other Policies That The Republicans Calling For Over-The-Counter Birth Control Could Endorse

Over the past several weeks, an increasing number of GOP lawmakers have come out in favor of making birth control pills available over the counter , a move that's angered reproductive rights organizations who say candidates are merely pretending to care about women's health issues to win over female voters. Experts say that the question of access is actually more complex .


Related Topix: US News, US Politics, Senator Kelly Ayotte, US Senate, Republican, Healthcare Law, Law, Liberal Political News

US News & World Report

Why Breast-feeding is Important for Mom's Heart Health

Breast-feeding isn't only good for babies. It can also reduce the risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes and high cholesterol.


Related Topix: Medicine, Hypertension, Health, UC Davis, Davis, CA, Motherhood, Family

The Verona-Cedar Grove Times

Glen Ridge residents hear hospital's building plans

John Fromhold, CEO of HackensackUMC Mountainside, speaks to an audience of local residents, hospital staff and town officials during a community meeting Wednesday night in the hospital auditorium. HackensackUMC Mountainside hosted a meeting with Glen Ridge residents Wednesday night to discuss the planned construction of a new medical office building.


Related Topix: Glen Ridge, NJ, Medicine, Nursing, Montclair, NJ, Health

Real Simple

4 Reasons to Make Salmon for Dinner Tonight

Fish is a great catch in more ways than one-the omega-3 fatty acids can help you stay healthy from head-to-toe, and the benefits keep showing up year after year. Here, four science-backed reasons you'll want to serve it for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.


Related Topix: Life, Food, Medicine, Nutrition, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Hospital Administration, Healthcare Industry, Nursing, Health, Recipes

Washington Examiner

Singing River Hospital completes $6.3M in upgrades

Singing River Hospital has completed a $6.3 million upgrade to the first three floors of the Southeast Tower, which began a little more than a year ago. Chief Executive Officer Kevin Holland tells The Sun Herald those floors on the eastern side of the front tower were gutted to update the rooms The first floor contains 15 oncology rooms, the second floor houses 16 medical and surgical rooms and the third floor holds 16 rooms geared toward women's health, including child delivery.


Related Topix: Health

The Argus

Health minister stops off at Brighton hospital

Dr Poulter worked as a registrar at the Royal Sussex County Hospital in 2009, specialising in obstetrics, gynaecology and women's health. The Royal Sussex will undergo a major A 420 million redevelopment following approval from the Department of Health and Treasury earlier this year.


Related Topix: Health

Journal Gazette

Women's Health ads stay off bus for now

In a federal case involving bus advertisements and a local women's group, it appears Citilink is coming out ahead.


Related Topix: Health, Fort Wayne, IN, Allen County, IN

Thu Sep 11, 2014

Kevin, M.D.

Docs versus Glocks: Why doesn't the public trust physicians?

Doctors talk with their patients about many things that might make some people uncomfortable - sexual issues, abuse , anxiety, depression, sleep habits, bowel habits, and fears about health-related topics - things that many people might not talk about in casual conversation at the coffee shop or at work. Doctors talk with their patients about smoking, weight, eating habits, exercise, seat belt use, helmet use, and a myriad of other health and safety issues.


Related Topix: Medicine, Healthcare Law, Law, Health

Daily Kos

No Republicans, an over-the-counter pill isn't a substitute for Obamacare

Colorado Republican Cory Gardner is doing his damnedest to shake his anti-choice past and support for a personhood amendment that would elevate a fertilized egg to being a legal person. That amendment would have the end effect of banning many forms of birth control.


Related Topix: US News, US Politics, Representative Cory Gardner, Republican, US House of Representatives, Senator Kelly Ayotte, US Senate, Health, Mitch McConnell, Healthcare Law, Law

The Raw Story

GOP candidate Greg Abbott in TX claims to be all for women's...

For those who have been following the governor's campaign in Texas, you'll know that Democrat Wendy Davis has Republican Greg Abbott very worried about the women's health issue. She's behind him in the polls, though not as much as you'd think in Texas, but the Abbott campaign reasonably worries that the get-out-the-vote push from Democrats will be aided by the relentless attacks by Republicans on women's health care access, both in terms of shutting down abortion clinics and cutting government aid to prevent pregnancy.


Related Topix: Texas, Texas Government, US News, Health, Abortion, Rick Perry, US Governors

Scientific American

Testing Males and Females in Every Medical Experiment Is a Bad Idea

Sex differences lie at the core of biology. They are the driving force of evolution, and in many cases they are fundamental in health and medicine.


Related Topix: US Politics, Nita Lowey, US News, US House of Representatives, Democrat, Rosa DeLauro, Health

Weekly Packet

Blue Hill Women's Health Care hosts "birth" day party in the park

Blue Hill Women's Health Care, a department of Blue Hill Memorial Hospital, held a "birth" day party in the Blue Hill Town Park on Sunday, September 7. Since the fall of 2009, nearly 300 babies have been born to mothers cared for by Blue Hill Women's Health Care providers, according to a news release. The annual "birth" day event presents a chance for mothers of babies and young children to spend time together as well as an opportunity for the providers and staff to reconnect with families.


Related Topix: Health

Daily Camera

Should middle-aged men consider 'low T' treatment?

Q: As a middle-aged man, I'm considering a "low T" treatment. Is it as good as it sounds? A: Treating "low T" or low testosterone has become a multibillion-dollar industry promising men more energy, more muscle, increased libido and better performance by restoring testosterone to youthful levels.


Related Topix: Health, Boulder, CO

CBC News

Anti-abortion activist presents to Health PEI board

A doctor from Ontario made a presentation Tuesday to the board of Health PEI on behalf of the P.E.I. Right to Life Association, while a pro-choice professor says she is still waiting for a meeting. Dr. Deborah Zeni was brought to the Island by the P.E.I. Right to Life Association to discuss her book, which outlines research she says shows the short-term and long-term complications that can arise following an abortion.


Related Topix: Abortion, Health, Canada