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Doctor Builds Partnerships Through Global Health Engagement

Air Force Lt. Col. (Dr.) Elizabeth Ericksons experiences in military health outreach around the world allows her to build strong partnerships, and her position as a female officer and physician has given her the unique opportunity to work with and learn from inspiring women around the globe.

Laurie SalemInternational Cooperation meetings to guard against pandemic - In Moscow on April 28, Health ministers from the Group of 8 countries, met and discussed steps to join to gether to battle infectious diseases which include pandemic influenza, HIV- AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria. An agreement was signed on the 27th of April to improve South Asia's potential to respond to a pandemic.
Maria GrellaTalks Soar Over Bird Flu - Talks are under way in Europe and Asia to discuss what can be done about the growing influenza pandemic. The G8 health officials met in Moscow Friday to incorporate steps to fight the infectious disease, along with others which include HIV-AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.
Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)Judyth Piazza interviews Dr. Leonardo Lado about Prometa Treatments - PROMETA" is an innovative medical treatment designed to target the adverse changes in brain chemistry that occur with alcohol, cocaine, or methamphetamine dependence.
Melissa AustriaSuper Size Me Now! - There's nothing like controversy to get you in the public eye. Hacks gobble it up. We all gobble it up.
Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)Judyth Piazza chats with Stephen Lanzalotta, Author of The Diet Code - Just as Brown's book discusses Da Vinci's Golden Ratio, Lanzalotta's does too " and tells you how it can help you shed pounds. Lanzalotta, a baker who lives in Portland, Maine, applies mathematical principles to his cafe menu and shows you how to apply it to your daily eating for optimal health.
Sarah HuffmanWebchat to Discuss International Women's Access to Health Care - Of the world’s 24 million internally displace persons (IDPs) and 12 million refugees, a large number are women and children. These refugees go without healthcare or have poor healthcare due to their economic status, their lack of education, other social barriers, and distance from proper healthcare facilities
Inactive WriterCancer-fighting boy inspires Tom Hanks - James Birrell may have lost his battle with cancer, but his fighting spirit lives on thanks to his father's book.
R.J. SmithSOP reporter: 'We are slowly being suffocated by our own fatness' - There is an epidemic growing to enormous proportions, literally, across this great North American Land. You can see its ill effects everywhere you go, all the
Tricia SpannMinorities and AIDS: A Burgeoning Pandemic - Even with this global susceptibility to AIDS, minorities are at a higher risk. Statistics, researched by the CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention), prove the extreme vulnerability of minorities to HIV/AIDS.
SOP newswireStates To Have New Options - HHS Secretary Mike Leavitt today outlined new flexibilities available to states that will help people served by Medicaid programs maintain access to affordable health care, and allow states to use
SOP newswireCountries Must Share Bird Flu Information - Some countries worry that sharing information about bird flu will affect their economies, poultry industry and tourism business, but transparency is still the long-term solution for those concerns, a senior United Nations point man in the fight against the disease said today.
Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)Judyth Piazza chats with Child Obesity Expert, Celia Kibler, Funfit CEO - Is your child at risk of becoming obese or is he/she suffering from it? Funfit Family Fitness Center offers programs that may not only prevent but even reverse obesity in children.
Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)Bird Flu May Prove Big Threat To Biological Diversity - UN Environment Agency - A far wider range of species, some of them rare and endangered, may be affected by highly virulent avian flu than has previously been supposed,
Tricia SpannCampaigning for Real Beauty - Dove fights to change women's body image and self esteem by altering traditional ideas of beauty.
Jennifer GibsonDeadly bird flu strain confirmed in Germany for second time in two weeks - German officials announce another confirmed case of H5N1 Avian Influenza in a mammalian species.
Laurie SalemDeadline nears for Maryland landlords to fix state-mandated lead hazards - An deadline near approaching landlords may bring fines of up to $250 per day if lead hazards aren't repaired in the state of Maryland. Feb. 24 is the day that landlords face such fines for the owners of about 40,000 older apartments across the state.
Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)Judyth Piazza chats with Caren Goldman, Author of Healing Words - Healing Words for the Body, Mind and Spirit offers inspiration and illumination to everyone on the path toward physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual healing.
Alan GrayTachi Yamada Selected to Lead Gates Foundation's Global Health Program - SEATTLE - The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation today announced that Dr. Tadataka (Tachi) Yamada has been named executive director of the foundation's Global Health program. Dr. Yamada, currently Chairman of Research and Development at GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), will start work at the foundation in June.
Melissa AustriaA Doctor Closer to Home - High insurance and busy schedules can cause patients to avoid visits to the doctor. As technology increases, healthcare home kits are becoming more familiar than the face of a physician.
Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)Dr. Tom Corbitt's Health Tip of the Week - Herbs have been with us since the beginning of time. Man has used herbs to treat sickness and disease for thousands of years.
Inactive WriterMedicare drug plan program kicks off today amid confusion, complexity - Benefit being acclaimed as 'significant advance' in program's 40-year history, critics say
Matthew KentWorkshop's lesson: Being happy is a choice - Counselor: 'You have to have a mindset to be happy -- this is a learned behavior'
Alex AlexStart Your Resolution Now! - All my life I"ve been overweight. I was a 20-year-old choc-o-holic and fried food addict. Those were my two food groups. Working in a restaurant and being surrounded by pie all day didn"t help my situation. I knew I had to change. How, I didn"t know.
George Curry (Former Featured Editor)AIDS: No Time for Complacency - The CDC reported last week that the number of newly-diagnosed HIV infections among African- Americans has declined an average of 5 percent a year for the past three years.
Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)In With the Inny - Women are going bonkers over Britney Spears' bellybutton. Britney's bellybutton-baring half-shirts and skimpy clothes have made inny buttons a new rage
Matthew KentIllinois - Carbondale City Council split on incentive for smoke-free establishments - Earlier this year, the Carbondale City Council was divided 3-3 on whether to approve Mayor Brad Cole's proposed incentive to waive liquor license fees for bars and restaurants.
Sarah HuffmanBeing the Biggest Loser - Piles of oversized sweaters and t-shirts and mounds of once-too-tight jeans fill two closets in the entryway of our house.
Inactive WriterPrescription Cost Containment - With the absence of price containment for prescription drugs in the United States, consumers have to pay sometimes three times more than consumers in other countries.
Inactive WriterThe Roadmap for Mental Health - The U.S. has lost more than $150 billion due to a poor mental health system
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