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Decoupling ethnicity from achievement could give kids more healthy freedom
Decoupling race and ethnicity from achievement could give young Asian Americans more freedom in choosing careers, says a new study.
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Wed Mar 05, 2014
Scene and Heard: Boys & Girls Clubs, National College of Natural Medicine, Lawyers Against Hunger
Dan Ryan, CEO of All Hands Raised; Carmen Rubio, executive director of the Latino Network; Tracy Curtis, Wells Fargo Regional President for Oregon and SW Washington; and her husband, Rick Nagore BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF PORTLAND Nearly 2,000 guests attended a two-day celebration February 20-12 to benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland.
Detoxification lowers blood pressure
High blood pressure is one of the leading causes of cardiovascular disease and cardiovascular incidents in Canada.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Complementary medicine's hardman says it's time to focus on positives
For somebody who is often seen to be " slamming " an unfavourable study, or " hitting back " at research showing complementary medicine in a negative light, Carl Gibson is in a less belligerent mood today.
The Bothell Reporter
Patient of suspended Bothell physician speaks out in his favor
Kirsten Gittins, 45, said when she heard her naturopathic physician was suspended, it hit her like a punch in the stomach.
Cannabis plants are kept in several storage areas at The Healing...
The deadline for the Legislature to merge the state's medical marijuana and recreation markets is approaching quickly.
Here's When Clocks 'Spring Forward' for Daylight Saving Time 2014
Don't let the below-freezing temperatures fool you: At 2 a.m. on Sunday, March 9, 2014, our clocks will move an hour ahead to begin daylight saving time 2014 .
The Monroe Monitor & Valley News
Volunteers and businesses honored at Sultan City Council
Each month, the city of Sultan honors someone in the community who has been recognized for an above-and-beyond level of outreach and volunteerism.
Pemberton thrift store gets a new look and name
Local Michelle Staehli has renamed the store Prospects Thrift Store. The name has dual significance: not only is it the name of the street the shop is on, but also it's a reference to the gold rush with the idea of customers 'prospecting' for hidden treasures.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Health notes: Bone-loss study seeks 20 women volunteers
A Duquesne University research team is seeking participants for a human clinical trial to examine whether a formulation of melatonin, strontium citrate and vitamins D3 and K2 can treat bone loss in women with a thinning-bone condition known as osteopenia.
Newsmaker: Naturopathic Dr Speaks On Seasonal Blues
There's no arguing that this winter has been rough. Many of us just can't wait for the snow to melt and the sun to shine.
Herbal Advocate Sara Katz to Receive American Botanical Council Mark...
The award is granted to persons in the herbal medicine community who have played a significant role in creating a sense of community among herbalists, researchers, members of the herb and natural products communities, and related groups who work in the area of medicinal plants.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Acetaminophen Use While Pregnant Leads to ADHD, Study Says
Could taking acetaminophen while pregnant lead to ADHD for your child? A study out of Denmark says there's a higher risk.
Amherst Daily News
Embracing wellness at NSCC
There are many ways in which students in the health-care field can promote wellness when they enter the work world.
New Canaan News-Review
Wellness series continues with 'Spa Fair'
Over the last two months, the New Canaan Library hosted a number of presentations by Fairfield County practitioners who promote health and wellness through naturopathic, holistic and integrative medicine.
Re: New STD superbug may be deadlier than AIDS; kills in a matter of days
There is a new STD superbug that experts say may be more deadly that AIDS and could cause an epidemic.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
The Bothell Reporter
Bastyr Center for Natural Health expands integrative oncology services
Bastyr Center for Natural Health is expanding its integrative oncology program this March to better serve the needs of the increasing number of cancer patients.
This week in health: Seth Rogen talks Alzheimer's, and more
Actor/comedian Seth Rogen doesn't think you think much of him. But aside from being a very funny man, the self-described "lazy, self-involved man-child" actually has a lot to say about Alzheimer's - particularly, the lack of attention and funding the degenerative neurological disease receives, as well as the social stigma and common misconceptions ... (more)
Co-op consultant series begins March 1
The Good Tern Co-op Consultant Series begins again Saturday, March 1 on the first and third Saturdays of the month through May. Co-op consultants are members of the Good Tern offering to share what they know in their field of health and wellness in an informal setting.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Biotech Dangers from Open Air Experimentation of 'GMO' Life Forms and ...
This first-of-it's-kind on citizen's initiative calls for a temporary moratorium of all genetic engineering operations within the county until the companies deliver a detailed environmental and public health impacts study showing scientific proof that open air experimentation of GE crops and associated mixed pesticide use is not harmful to people ... (more)