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Group to discuss mental health issues
DARLINGTON - The topic of discussion at the Monday meeting of Lunch Bunch will be an "Overview of Mental Health Issues." The gathering will take place from noon to 1 p.m. in the county board room of the Lafayette County Courthouse. Those who attend can bring their lunch during the informal hour.
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Eric Dishman is an Intel Fellow and General Manager of the Health & Life Sciences Group, responsible for driving Intel's strategy, R&D, new product and policy initiatives for health and lif
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Social Media and Mental Health: Isabelle Daza Interviews Expert
Do you fixate on the number of likes your posts get on social media? It may be affecting your mental health.
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Free N95 masks: How and where to get them
Some officials cautioned that the masks, which are part of the Biden administration's push to make 400 million masks available for free to U.S. residents - will be sold in limited quantities per customer.
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Oregon wants to ration health care in new proposal
One of the most important health care protections for low-income Americans is the requirement that state Medicaid programs cover nearly all medications approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
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Ripretinib Safter Than Sunitinib for Advanced GIST, but Fails to Improve PFS
The findings suggest that ripretinib (Qinlock) provides a similar PFS benefit but may come with notably better tolerability compared with sunitinib.
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Take This Hot Flash and Shove It!
Hot flashes, mood swings and other signs of menopause can cause women to quit their jobs. Here’s how some handle symptoms while working.
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Triad health systems stressed by Omicron surge, with high hospitalizations and demand for testing
With record cases and hospitalizations across North Carolina, the Triad's health systems are also feeling the impact of Omicron's surge, which some say has not peaked yet.
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MTA chief Janno Lieber slams Manhattan pol over 'billions' spent on mental health
MTA chief Janno Lieber lambasted Manhattan politicians who urged him to prioritize subway platform doors in their borough.
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Vitamin D and fish oil supplements may help prevent autoimmune disease, study says
Older adults who took daily fish oil and vitamin D supplements for more than two years were about 30% less likely to develop autoimmune disorders, a new study says.
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Op-ed: Mask rules at Chicago’s museums have been harsh on my special-needs child
My family discovered that Chicago's museums don't easily accommodate a child who can't wear a mask. That is, if they offer any exceptions at all.
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Braces for Adults: Are They Right for You?
It’s become increasingly popular to get braces in adulthood. Here’s what to know about the different options. When you think of braces, you probably think of those awkward adolescent years, but getting braces as an adult can have some great cosmetic and health benefits.
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Winn-Dixie stores to give out 2 million N95 masks
MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) Shoppers at Winn-Dixie stores across the southeast can pick up an N95 mask from the grocery stores pharmacy centers starting Friday, Jan. 28. The Southeastern Grocers have partnered with the Federal Retail Pharmacy Program and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services in order to distribute more than 2 million []
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Vets Are Furious About the Latest Designer Dog Trend: Hairless Frenchies
Hairless French bulldogs are an example of the "extreme breeding" that is harming the long-term welfare of many pets, they warn.
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Viral Post Makes False Claim About Medicare Coverage of Dental Work
Democrats tried but failed to expand Medicare coverage to include dental benefits in the Build Back Better bill. Yet a Facebook post tells seniors they have until Jan. 31 to apply for "free dental work" under a recently announced Medicare "stimulus.
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Whoop 4.0 fitness tracker review: A trainer’s tracker
The Whoop 4.0, a subscription-based fitness tracker, offers lots of insight to those who want to optimize their lives for fitness.
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How mRNA and DNA vaccines could soon treat diseases like cancer, HIV, autoimmune disorders
DNA and mRNA vaccines produce a different kind of immune response than traditional vaccines, allowing researchers to tackle some previously unsolvable problems in medicine.
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Pilot Project Clinic cuts costs for taxpayers, serves hundreds
The clinic is a pilot project established by the Webb County Commissioners Court with the edict of providing basic medical care access to employees and their dependents enrolled in the county health plan.
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Leon County Sheriffs Office establishes mental health unit for crisis calls
LCSO deputies work directly with the Apalachee Center when working on this unit, the press release says.
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Stay healthy: Free health screenings held in February
Dayton, Ohio (WDTN) Premier Health and CVS Pharmacy are hosting two free community health fairs in February in local CVS parking lots. These health fairs will include screenings for blood pressure, body mass index, blood sugar, cholesterol/HDC and Hemoglobin A1C, the release said, and will take place in the Premier Community Health Mobile Clinic. []
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Antonio Brown Says He's Got A High IQ And No Mental Health Issues
Find out what Brown had to say about his situation and what he plans to do.
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Particulate pollution is killing older Americans, even at legal levels
The new study, led by Francesca Dominici at Harvard University, looked at 68.5 million older Americans who were exposed to ambient air cleaner than current EPA guidelines. The team determined PM2.5 exposure using satellite data along with land-use details to refine pollution estimates from roads,
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I’ve Started Taping My Mouth Shut Before I Go to Sleep—And I Can’t Stop Talking About It
Persuaded by a New York Times bestselling book that argues humans have lost the ability to breathe properly, Emma Knight started taping her mouth before bed. “The first night was torture,” she writes.
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Tests of HIV vaccine using mRNA technology have begun
Testing in humans of an HIV vaccine that uses messenger RNA technology has begun, the biotech firm Moderna and the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative said Thursday. This Phase 1 trial is being carried out in the United States among 56 healthy adults who are HIV negative.
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The U.S. and NATO stress unity on Ukraine as EU leaders worry about divisions
European leaders are working their own diplomatic avenues to end the tensions and worry that talk of a Russian invasion of Ukraine could be deepening divisions among them.
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