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Mar 28th, 2014

With the arrival of spring on March 20th, this means many new things with the seasons changing …sunshine (some days), warmth (some days), and…allergies. Symptoms accompanying spring allergies mean sneezing, sinuses, headaches, stuffy noses, runny noses, fevers, and that doesn’t even begin to list everything. If you’re battling allergies this spring, you aren’t alone. According […]

Mar 25th, 2014

    With the open enrollment period ending on March 31st, those who may not have had time to enroll in an exchange plan can still purchase a health insurance plans even  if they missed their chance of purchasing  health insurance through the exchange. As an alternative, they may qualify to purchase an association  health […]

Feb 27th, 2012

Boys 11 years old and above should be given Gardasil vaccine to help protect them against Human Papillomavirus (HPV) infections, which causes genital warts and certain cancers like oral, penile, and anal, according to the nation’s biggest group of pediatricians. “We are trying to push Gardasil as a cancer vaccine,” according to Dr. Michael Brady […]


Feb 21st, 2012

Hepatitis C cases have been steadily increasing to claim more lives in the United States in recent years; and in many cases, patients do not even know they have the disease, a recent government report finds. Data reviewed by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) showed that from 1999-2007, more Americans have […]

Feb 17th, 2012

A sweetener commonly added to powdered baby formula, and some organic and gluten-free foods may be a cause for concern. Researchers have found that these products may contain dangerously high amounts of arsenic. Brian P. Jackson, environmental chemist and director of Trace Element Analysis Core Facility at Dartmouth University, announced that his team found organic […]

Feb 16th, 2012

A popular drug designed to help patients quit smoking also significantly reduced the amount of alcohol consumed by a heavy drinker, a new study found. According to researchers from the Yale School of Medicine, heavy-drinking smokers are less likely to grab a drink after taking the anti-smoking drug varenicline compared to the placebo group. The […]

Feb 15th, 2012

The U.S. government recovered close to $4.1 billion lost to fraudulent health care schemes during the 2011 fiscal year, administration officials revealed on Tuesday. This is an almost 58% increase from 2009. “This is a very big achievement, this figure is the highest we’ve ever recovered in a single year,” according to Attorney General Eric […]

Feb 14th, 2012

When you want to eat healthier food good health, the first step is to choose foods for your heart’s health. Our heart keeps us moving by delivering oxygen, nutrients, and antibodies throughout the body. Cardiovascular disease also leads the list of top killer diseases in the U.S. There are several foods we can eat to […]

Feb 13th, 2012

Older adults who overeat have a higher risk for memory impairment, a recent study finds. The authors studied adults 70 years old and older and found that those who consume between 2,100 and 6,000 calories a day have twice the risk for these deficits in memory, which can be an early sign of Alzheimer’s disease. […]

Feb 9th, 2012

Many made the switch from sugary sodas to low-calorie alternatives thinking that it’s the healthier choice. But a new study suggests that drinking diet sodas might be bad for your heart and head. Researchers presented the results of their ten year study involving 2,564 New Yorkers at the International Stroke Conference in Los Angeles this […]

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