|SOP newswire3||UN Advocates Earlier HIV Testing And Treatment For Infants - The United Nations health agency today said that while access to treatment for children with HIV has reached a new milestone, many more lives could be saved if more infants started receiving medication earlier. |
|SOP newswire3||UN: New Approach Needed To Treat AIDS - A UN report says that a radically simplified approach to ensuring access to HIV treatment for everyone who needs it could prevent 10 million deaths by 2025.|
|Ernest Dempsey||Animal Proteins are Dangerous for Health - The Perfect Formula Diet discourages animal foods of all kinds. But most people all around us are still pretty much convinced that animal foods are |
|Askin Ozcan (Mentor)||What happened to the swine flu vaccines? - 40 million swine flu vaccines in the US were thrown into the garbage as they passed their last date.|
|SOP newswire2||Abortion More Than Triples Breast Cancer Risk - The Coalition on Abortion/Breast Cancer notes a study in the journal, Cancer Epidemiology|
|Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)||Judyth Piazza chats with Tina DePaolis, Orchid Recovery Center - The Orchid Recovery Center was founded to meet the needs of women that were not being addressed by the recovery community. |
|SOP newswire2||Permanent Solution to a Temporary Problem - Several years ago Larry King did a program on depression, and reported that 20 million Americans suffer depression serious enough to require treatment.|
|SOP newswire3||UN: New Cancer Cases And Deaths To double By 2030 - The number of new cancer cases and deaths will double in the next two decades, cancer researchers at the United Nations WHO announced today. |
|Robert Paul Reyes||Many Supplements Contain Toxins - Nearly all of the herbal dietary supplements tested in a Congressional investigation contained trace amounts of lead and other contaminants.|
|SOP newswire3||UN: Measles Making A Comeback - Measles, a highly contagious viral disease mostly affecting children, has been making a rapid come back. |
|Robert Paul Reyes||Study: Processed Meats Pose Health Risks - Eating bacon, sausage, hot dogs and other processed meats can raise the risk of heart disease and diabetes.|
|SOP newswire2||New Sign of a Stroke - Blood Clots/Stroke - They Now Have a Fourth Indicator, the Tongue|
|SOP newswire2||Fibromyalgia Advocates Rallying at the State Capitol - Fibromyalgia Association of Michigan commemorates National Fibromyalgia Awareness Day with the 1st advocacy day for fibromyalgia in Michigan.
|Robert Paul Reyes||Study: Nothing Relieves Stress Like A Call To Mom - According to a new study, talking on the phone with Mom is nearly as good as getting a hug for helping stressed-out kids calm down.
|Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)||Judyth Piazza chats with Dr. Alan Hirsch, Creator of Sensa - Alan Hirsch, M.D., F.A.C.P., is a medical practitioner and researcher with dual certification in neurology and psychiatry.|
|David Bedworth||A Personal Perspective of Life with an Invisible Disability - A personal perspective of life with an Invisible Disability and the way in which society views such disability.|
|Robert Paul Reyes||Adults Are Hooked On FarmVille, Their Kids Are Hooked On Prescription Drugs - Pharma parties, where kids get together to share drugs pilfered from their parents' pill bottles, have been a known phenomenon for only a few years, experts say. |
|Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)||Pink-Link's Victoria Tashman Discusses Breast Cancer on The American Perspective - Judyth Piazza chats with Pink-Link's Victoria Tashman about Breast Cancer on The American Perspective|
|Will Roberts||Healthcare Debate is like a Game Show - This next couple days are most likely the most important days of the rest of our lives. The old saying "today is the first day of the rest of your life!" should be the motto of our president and this health care debate.|
|Ernest Dempsey||Statins, Cholesterol, and Heart Disease - The popular cholesterol-lowering drugs may not save you from death; instead, they may push you toward a miserable state of health.|
|John Danz, Jr.||Pharmaceutical Companies Hate Generics, Love Money - Biotechnology drugs, or "biologics," are drugs made from living matter, as opposed to chemicals. These drugs currently make up about 20|
|SOP newswire3||Michelle Obama Takes On Childhood Obesity - The First Lady spoke about her Let`s Move campaign to take action on childhood obesity at a Grocery Manufacturer`s Association Conference. |
|Ernest Dempsey||Confessions of a Former Child - Daniel J. Tomasulo`s Confessions of a Former Child (Graywolf Press, 2008) shows the path to light in your life through inner dialogue and role-taking. |
|Robert Paul Reyes||Huffing Rates Rise Among Young Teens - When their kids turn 12, parents are concerned about peers pressuring them to smoke cigarettes, drink and use drugs, but it turns out 12-year-olds are doing something else: getting high on inhalants.
|Robert Paul Reyes||Dutch Patients Expect A Little Somethin', Somethin' From Their Nurses - A union representing Dutch nurses will launch a national campaign Friday against demands for sexual services by patients who claim it should be part of their standard care. |
|Robert Paul Reyes||Cancer Cluster Nightmare In Florida! Is Media Ignoring This Story? - A new study reveals that the problem isn't just in the Acreage. The study found that much of south Florida lies in a childhood cancer cluster.
|SOP newswire2||Is Medicare is Cheating Seniors Out of Care? - This is No Time to Expand the Government's Role in Health Care, Says Think-Tank|
|Robert Paul Reyes||Shoveling Snow Can Give You A Heart Attack! - Studies made of the period after large snowstorms have repeatedly shown that shoveling puts people at risk for heart attacks.|
|Robert Paul Reyes||Heart-Healthy Gift For Valentine's Day: Chocolate - Just in time for Valentine's Day, researchers have reported that chocolate may keep sweethearts safe from stroke. |
|Robert Paul Reyes||Emotions Run High In Meeting About Cancer Cluster - This is a classic case of "too little, too late." How can you possibly console a community that has been devastated by a cancer cluster. |