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  1. April Student of the Month: Ethan RochaRead the original story

    Apr 12, 2015 | The Daily Gazette

    Ethan Rocha, 18, of Sterling, is one of Sterling High School's April Students of the Month. The future physical therapist will be attending the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana to major in kinesiology.

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  2. LCC Allied Health students receive financial boostRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | KGNS-TV Laredo

    Recognizing the need for highly qualified healthcare professionals in the local and regional area, some Laredo Community College Allied Health Programs have been awarded a $2,500 grant from the Women's City Club of Laredo for the creation of student scholarships. LCC faculty and staff, as well as representatives from the WCC of Laredo, were on hand to congratulate the scholarship recipients during a check presentation on Wednesday, May 27 at the Samuel A. Meyer Board Room in the Elpha Lee West Building.

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  3. UCF to Modify Kiddie Cars for Toddlers With DisabilitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Capital Soup

    Eleven children with special needs will drive away with specially fitted motorized toy vehicles Friday, May 29, at the conclusion of a workshop at the University of Central Florida. UCF physical therapy faculty members teamed up with community partners and GoBabyGo , to purchase toy ride-on vehicles and the necessary components to retrofit them so children who are unable to walk can explore their world while building muscles and motor skills.

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  4. Eim Ceo Named 2015 Health Care Hero by San Antonio Business JournalRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | PRWeb

    Dr. John Childs will receive award for his contributions to the healthcare field through EIM's evidence-based continuing education programs 'I'm appreciative of the recognition and look forward to seeing what the future holds for our profession and our patients as Evidence In Motion continues to promote evidence-based therapy through education of our students.' - Childs Evidence In Motion is proud to announce that Dr. John Childs, PT, PhD, MBA, OCS, FAPTA, has been selected by the San Antonio Business Journal to receive a 2015 Health Care Heroes award.

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  5. Principal Saint Katherine Day School - Archdiocese of PhiladelphiaRead the original story

    Thursday | DFW Catholic

    The Archdiocese of Philadelphia seeks an exemplary leader with courage, compassion and vision to continue the forward momentum of an outstanding school for children with special needs. Partnership with Faith in the Future Foundation underscores a commitment to growth, innovation and improvement for Saint Katherine Day School.

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  6. Inspira Medical Center Woodbury Leader of the QuarterRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | NJ.com

    Tracey Decker, resident of Mullica Hill, has been chosen by the senior administration of Inspira Medical Center Woodbury as a Leader of the Quarter. Individuals are recognized for how they exemplify leadership qualities, including inspiring staff enthusiasm, setting and maintaining high standards of customer service, and responding constructively to issues and concerns.

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  7. ALS Association recognizes Essentia Health for multidisciplinary approachRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | NorthlandsNewscenter.com

    Each ALS patient works with a team of doctors: a neurologist, physical therapist, speech and swallow therapist, respiratory nurse, neuropsychologist, genetic councilor and a dietitian. Dr. Amber Erickson said the goal is to give patients a one-stop shop to help make their lives easier.

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  8. Parenting Style Teaches Kids to Draw on Strengths to Manage StressRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | PsychCentral

    A new Australian study suggests a parenting style that identifies and cultivates the strengths of a child can teach children how to be resilient and deal with stress. Lea Waters, Ph.D., from the Melbourne Graduate School of Education explained how children can draw on their personal strengths to cope with the demands that lead to stress.

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  9. Lumo Lift Posture Coach Is the Hot New Wearable for Corporate WellnessRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Market Wire

    Today, Lumo BodyTech announced its integration with Validic, the healthcare industry's leading digital health platform. Lumo Lift, the world's first digital posture coach and activity tracker, was released last fall to wide acclaim, including making TIME Magazine's list of The 25 Best Inventions of 2014.

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  10. Psychosis Occurs in General Population, But RarelyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | PsychCentral

    A new international study has found that hallucinations and delusions can occur among people without a mental illness, although the odds are small. Researchers from the University of Queensland, Australia, discovered hearing voices and seeing things others cannot impacts about five percent of the general population at some point in their lives.

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  11. Dangerous Psychological Consequences from False Positive Breast ExamRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | PsychCentral

    Danish researchers have found that the psychological burden of being told you may have breast cancer may be severe and lasting, even if subsequent testing discovers you are cancer free. Learning that the screening mammogram was wrong should be a happy message for women.

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  12. Are You Getting Enough Exercise?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Health News Digest

    Boston, MA - Workouts that promise fitness with as little as four to seven minutes of high-intensity exercise a day are alluring. But can you really stay fit with such a small time commitment? "No," says Dr. Howard Knuttgen, research associate in physical medicine and rehabilitation at Harvard-affiliated Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, in the May 2015 Harvard Women's Health Watch .

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  13. Analysis Shows that Antidepressants Are EffectiveRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | PsychCentral

    Researchers from the University of Gothenburg found the assertion of ineffectiveness is at least partly based on a misinterpretation of the outcome of the clinical trials once conducted to demonstrate their efficacy. In recent years, many observers have argued that the most commonly used antidepressant medications, the selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors , are ineffective.

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  14. Big bargain to get rid of your back painRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | KREM-TV Spokane

    Big bargain to get rid of your back pain At 64% off and $89 down from $250, this is the massaging deal of the year. Check out this story on KREM.com: http://on.krem.com/1HOcAdP CLEVELAND, OH -- In my continued search to save you as much cash as humanly possible, today we take care of your wallet and your back.

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  15. Ischemic Compression After Dry Needling of a Latent...Read the original story

    Thursday | CiteULike

    To insert individual citation into a bibliography in a word-processor, select your preferred citation style below and drag-and-drop it into the document. To investigate the effect of ischemic compression versus placebo and control on reducing postneedling soreness of 1 latent myofascial trigger point and on improving cervical range of motion in asymptomatic subjects.

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  16. Millennials Down on Religion?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | PsychCentral

    A new study suggests younger and emerging adults, the millennials, are the least religious generation of the last six decades, and possibly in the nation's history. The findings come from what may be the largest study ever conducted on changes in Americans' religious involvement, led by San Diego State University psychology professor Jean M. Twenge, Ph.D. Researchers analyzed data from 11.2 million respondents from four nationally representative surveys of U.S. adolescents ages 13 to 18 taken between 1966 and 2014.

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  17. Are You Really Getting Enough Exercise? From the May 2015 Harvard Women's Health WatchRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | PRWeb

    Workouts that promise fitness with as little as four to seven minutes of high-intensity exercise a day are alluring. But can you really stay fit with such a small time commitment? "No," says Dr. Howard Knuttgen, research associate in physical medicine and rehabilitation at Harvard-affiliated Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, in the May 2015 Harvard Women's Health Watch .

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  18. 5 Amazing Benefits Of Foam RollingRead the original story

    Wednesday May 27 | Lifehack.org

    Over the last few years, mobility exercises have started to gain steam, and rightfully so. It doesn't matter if you're a gym rat or if you sit at a desk all dayusing a foam roller as part of a regular exercise plan can help improve circulation, release knots in muscles, and can help muscles repair and heal faster .

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  19. Robotic arm gives Caswell County teen a second chance at independenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | WRAL.com

    Today, he can't open a door or pick up a glass of water. Oakley was diagnosed with muscular dystrophy and uses a wheelchair.

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  20. ExerClock Software Helps People in Sedentary Jobs to Improve Wellness ...Read the original story

    Wednesday May 27 | PRWeb

    ExerClock wellness software helps fitness-oriented people, as well as those with chronic pain and other problems to improve their overall health and avoid health risks caused, in part, by sedentary jobs. ExerClock's computer reminders prompt people to get up and exercise in short increments throughout the day by watching and performing customized micro-exercise videos that range from beginner to advanced, and include exercises for stretching, strengthening, relaxation, and even those that address problems such as back and neck pain, carpel tunnel syndrome and more.

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