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Homepage Round-Up: FDA Approves New Migraine Therapy, E-Cigs Linked to Respiratory Disease; and More – DocWire News

Monday, December 30th, 2019

Here are the top stories covered byDocWire Newsthis week in the Homepage section. In this weeks edition of the round-up: the FDA approves a new migraine drug; e-cig use is linked to respiratory disease; gender-tailored methods could mitigate the effects of opioid abuse; and cell phone use may be connected to medical errors. This week, the U.S.

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E-Cig Use Linked to Respiratory Disease – DocWire News

Monday, December 30th, 2019

Electronic cigarette (e-cig) use is associated with an increased risk of respiratory disease, according to a study which appeared in the American Journal of Preventative Medicine. In this longitudinal analysis study, researchers evaluated adults aged 18 years and older from the Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health (PATH) Waves 1 (which took place between September 2013 to December 2014), 2 (October 2014 to October 2015), and 3 (October 2015 to October 2016). At wave 1, the researchers assessed lung or respiratory disease using the following yes or no question: Has a doctor or other health professional ever told you that you had any of the following lung or respiratory conditions

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Carmel Valley doctor joins Clearity Foundation board in the fight against Ovarian Cancer – Del Mar Times

Monday, December 30th, 2019

Elegant science are not two words you hear put together very often. But for Carmel Valley resident Dr.

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The Digital Health Landscape In 2020 And Beyond – Forbes

Monday, December 30th, 2019

The sun is setting on another exhilarating yet tumultuous decade for the American health care industry. There was, of course, the signing into law, implementation and evolution of the Affordable Care Act. We also saw the beginning stages ofartificial intelligenceand machine learning, major advocacy for the removal ofdata silos, thewearable crazeand, more recently, a major challenge in addressing theopioid and behavioral health crises.

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Global Wellness Rituals to Try This Year – Newsweek

Monday, December 30th, 2019

What is the secret to physical and mental well-being?

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FDA approves new drug that immediately treats migraines – SlashGear

Monday, December 30th, 2019

Migraines, a particularly severe type of headache that can cause pain and visual disturbances, often last for hours or days, disrupting ones life. Pain killers and other acute treatments often fail to provide relief from these migraines; instead, most treatments are for preventing chronic migraines. That has changed with the FDAs approval of a new drug that offers immediate, rather than preventative, relief.

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Medicaid expansion is a gift – Post Register

Monday, December 30th, 2019

The expansion of health coverage is certainly something to celebrate this holiday season. As 49,000 Idahoans and counting will have health coverage due to Medicaid expansion, we can all be grateful for the peace of mind, economic security and improved health that these families will enjoy.

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Why lead is dangerous, and the damage it does – The Daily Progress

Sunday, December 29th, 2019

Everything is a toxin, or has the potential to be, in the field of toxicology.

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5 Common Winter Ailments to Be Wary Of – Kiowa County Press

Sunday, December 29th, 2019

The winter is arguably one of the more scenic times of the year, in addition to being the busiest. What with all we have going on this time of year, there simply isn't time to get sick. The good news

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In sickness and in health: Access to nearby, quality health care is a growing priority in Greater Minnesota – Southernminn.com

Sunday, December 29th, 2019

In January 2017, the Minnesota State Demographic Center published the report Greater Minnesota: Refined & Revisited. The 68-page document took a hard look at the state outside the population hub of the metro area in order to identify trends driven by Minnesotas changing demographics

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U of T faculty, alumni and other members of university community named to Order of Canada – News@UofT

Sunday, December 29th, 2019

A pioneering zoologist who was among the first to study giraffes in the wild while championing gender equality.A church minister and politician who was part of Canadas early LGBTQ movement and performed one of the country's first same-sex marriages.And a professor in the Faculty of Medicine who's known around the world for his expertise on diabetes. These are just a few of the University of Toronto community members faculty, alumni and supporters who recently joined or were promoted within the Order of Canada, one of the country'shighest civilian honours.

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Health hacks this Christmas – Health and Happiness – Castanet.net

Sunday, December 29th, 2019

Photo: Contributed Piling on the pounds at Christmas has long been the trade off for enjoying yourself during the festivities nobody wants to be a Scrooge with their food during the holidays. I understand; the food at Christmas is delicious, the alcohol flows freely and gifts can often come in the form of a chocolate box. Here are my health hacks for enjoying Christmas to the full, without the expanding waistline to match.

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WeTheTrillions Says The Future Of Public Health Is Female And Plant-Based – Forbes

Wednesday, December 18th, 2019

WeTheTrillions wants to make it easier for people - especially women - to eat healthier, with an ... [+] emphasis on fruits, vegetables, and other plant-based foods.

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Powering Precision Health Summit Convenes the World’s Most Renowned Scientific Innovators Advancing Biomarker Technologies – Business Wire

Wednesday, December 18th, 2019

BILLERICA, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Powering Precision Health (PPH), the internationally acclaimed Summit focused on precision health and the latest in biomarker research, drew record attendance at its fourth-annual event held Nov. 19 in Barcelona, Spain, convening the worlds foremost scientists and medical leaders in precision health to introduce novel and disruptive research across the fields of neurology and oncology.

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Aeroflow Healthcare: In Defense of the ACA, and Women and Family Healthcare Rights – PR Web

Wednesday, December 18th, 2019

Women have more control over their healthcare journeys when they can access preventative services, and have opportunities to detect and treat adverse conditions early." ASHEVILLE, N.C. (PRWEB) December 12, 2019 Aeroflow Healthcare, a leading durable medical equipment (DME) provider and Inc. 5000 fastest growing company, and its executive leadership announced their continued support and public advocacy for female and mother/baby health rights via the Affordable Healthcare Act.

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Low blood pressure is a risk and should be taken seriously – Chicago Daily Herald

Wednesday, December 18th, 2019

We all know that high blood pressure increases the risk of coronary artery disease and stroke but rarely is information presented on the risks of low blood pressure. A number of medical studies have claimed little or no serious medical risk associated with low blood pressure with serious medical risk only being defined as a heart attack and stroke.

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Trumps holiday gift: Cutting off help to the poor – The Boston Globe

Wednesday, December 18th, 2019

Such conservative bromides ignore the evidence that SNAP beneficiaries by and large do not want to depend on government difficult circumstances in their lives make it necessary and that the program does not dissuade them from working. Depriving them of assistance will only exacerbate their poverty, and cost Americans in other ways. The policy change, effective April 1, will oust nearly 700,000 people from food stamps nationwide and cut $5.5 billion in SNAP spending over five years

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Glen Cove Hospital Renovation And Expansion: 5 Things To Know – Glen Cove, NY Patch

Wednesday, December 18th, 2019

GLEN COVE, NY A $5.5-million makeover and expansion is underway at Glen Cove Hospital. The hospital is overhauling its outpatient Family Medicine Center, which was built in the 1970s and is located on the first floor. The practice will be moved to a modernized space on the third floor

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Your Brain on Tea – University Observer Online

Wednesday, December 18th, 2019

From ancient China to your kitchen, tea has shaped our culture and our brains.

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Blood test picks out proteins that accurately predict age – Chemistry World

Wednesday, December 18th, 2019

Researchers at Stanford University have found a way to reliably predict the age of people based on the levels of 373 proteins circulating in their blood. The team created this physiological clock by analysing blood samples from 4263 study participants aged 18 to 95

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