Saturday Aug 30
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Tax on Sugary Beverages Could Most Reduce Child Obesity
Simulations demonstrate that an excise tax on sugar-sweetened beverages would be the most effective policy for reducing child obesity, according to research published online Aug. 26 in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine .
Thu Aug 28, 2014
Centers for Disease Control and Preve...
Assessment of Rabies Exposure Risk in a Group of U.S. Air Force Basic ...
In January 2014, members of the Joint Base San Antonio -Lackland, Texas, preventive medicine and public health teams evaluated a U.S. Air Force basic training squadron for potential exposure in sleeping bays to rabies virus carried by Mexican free-tailed bats .
Soda tax could combat childhood obesity
Three-year-old Samantha Krass and her brother, 18-month-old Devin, enjoy their Slurpees at a 7-Eleven store on July 18, 2002 in Pembroke Pines, Florida.
Integrated Health Network Selects eClinicalWorks for Population...
"Focusing on preventive medicine, healthcare education, and disease management, .
Tue Aug 26, 2014
4 essential shots for back to school
OIL DRILLING IN SUBURBAN NEIGHBORHOODS HEADS TO OAKLAND COUNTY. Carmen: WHICH COMMUNITY WILL BE NEXT TO PUT A STOP TO THE DRILLS.
Weight Loss Harder For the Poor, Shows Study
As Americans continue to grow larger , the weight loss industry continues to rake in billions of dollars each year.
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CarePoint will also utilize the eClinicalWorks Care Coordination Medical RecordA for population health management.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Women with severe, chronic health issues are screened for breast cancer less often
Women with severe disabilities and multiple chronic conditions are screened for breast cancer less often than women with no disabilities or no chronic conditions, a new study has found.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
WABC-AM New York
How Ebola Survivors Have Fought the Stigma
The recovery and release of two American Ebola patients has spotlighted a lingering side effect of the deadly disease: stigma.
Rich People Exercise, Poor People Take Diet Pills
Poor people-and poor women in particular- are more likely to be overweight and obese.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Staying well and getting well aren't the same
Staying well and getting well aren't the same x Check out this story on DemocratandChronicle.com: http://on.rocne.ws/1oRdSuV Dr. Marielena Velez de Brown, left, and Dr. Jacob Adams, director of University of Rochester General Preventive Medicine and Public Health Residency program, with Democrat and Chronicle health reporter Patti Singer at the ... (more)
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Effect of Single Tibial Artery Revascularization on Microcirculation...
From the Departments of Cardiovascular Medicine and Preventive Medicine and Epidemiological Informatics , National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Center, Osaka, Japan; Department of Advanced Cardiovascular Medicine and Department of Cardiovascular Medicine , Graduate School of Medical Sciences, Kumamoto University, Kumamoto, Japan; and Department of ... (more)
Paradoxical Association of Lipoprotein Measures With Incident Atrial Fibrillation [Original Articles]
From the Division of Preventive Medicine and Division of Cardiovascular Medicine , Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA; Division of Cardiology, Department of Medicine, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada ; and Department of Medicine, University Hospital, Basel, Switzerland .
Financial weight makes it trickier to lose pounds where it counts
Weight-loss advertising tends to target people ready, willing and able to pay for diet programs, special meals or gym memberships.
CWRU prof who cited legal challenge to Obamacare to kick off quarterly health policy...
Case Western Reserve University is launching a quarterly health policy speaker series in an effort to bring together people throughout Cleveland - experts and average folks from different professional and community walks of life - to talk about how to improve the health and quality of life of the city's residents.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Are children who play violent video games at greater risk for depression?
While much attention has focused on the link between violent video game playing and aggression among youths, a new study finds significantly increased signs of depression among preteens with high daily exposure to violent video games.
Prioritizing suicide research can help lead to fewer suicide attempts and deaths
In a new supplement to the September issue of the American Journal of Preventive Medicine , experts address the state of the science on suicide prevention and provide useful recommendations for research to inform effective suicide prevention.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
MLM Business Opportunities Blog
The Doctor of the Future?
"This is a $2.4 trillion industry run on handwritten notes," says 33-year-old Dr. Jay Parkinson.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
First study to look at Australians' use of surrogacy
Research into how Australians use surrogacy shows that most people thinking about it are considering or using overseas compensated arrangements.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
The Keys to Good Health
First, the good news. As a board-certified physician in preventive medicine/public health, president of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine , and someone who has practiced what he preaches for a lifetime and been the beneficiary of it: yes, I think we know just what the keys to good health are.