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Treating Migraines : More Ways to Fight the Pain
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Treating Migraines : More Ways to Fight the Pain US Food and Drug Administration, FDA Thought there was no hope for treating your migraine headaches? Don’t give up. Adults who don’t tolerate migraine drugs well might find relief from a … Read More

Birth Defects Around the World
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Birth Defects Around the World Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC Every year, about 3-6% of infants worldwide are born with a serious birth defect. This represents millions of babies and families with life-altering conditions like spina bifida and … Read More

11 Things to Know about Cerebral Palsy
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11 Things to Know about Cerebral Palsy Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC Cerebral palsy (CP) is the most common motor disability in childhood, and children with CP and their families need support. Learn more about CP and what … Read More

E-Cigarettes and Young People : A Public Health Concern
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E-Cigarettes and Young People : A Public Health Concern Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Talk with teens and young adults you know about the dangers of e-cigarette use. E-cigarettes, devices that typically deliver nicotine, flavorings, and other additives to … Read More

Humana le puede ayudar
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¿Va a inscribirse en Medicare? Humana le Puede Ayudar Descubra cómo encontrar el mejor plan para usted Fernando Valverde, M. D., Humana Regional Medicare President-South Florida.   La mayor parte de la gente es elegible para Medicare al cumplir 65 … Read More

Could you survive on just one food ?
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Could you survive on just one food ? By Veronique Greenwood, BBC Man cannot live on bread alone – not least because man would develop scurvy about a month or so into that little experiment. The best diets have plenty … Read More

New bilingual website for SALUD al dia magazine
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New bilingual website : This is our brand new bilingual site (in the possible areas), we have begun to create for our clients and readers. While we continue to work on our new bilingual website, we can already have a more dynamic … Read More

Ibuprofen linked to increased risk of cardiac arrest
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Ibuprofen linked to increased risk of cardiac arrest By Lizzie Parry, The Sun Common painkillers, including ibuprofen, increase a person’s risk of cardiac arrest by a third, experts have warned. The drugs should not be sold in supermarkets or petrol … Read More

Bleeding Disorders, Red Tie Challenge
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Bleeding Disorders Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Learn how you can support people with bleeding disorders. Leadership from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities and the Division of Blood Disorders … Read More

National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
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National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day Centers for Disease Control and Prevention March 10 is National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. Learn more about how HIV affects women and girls in the United States and how they can … Read More

elaws – Daylight Savings Time
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elaws – Daylight Savings Time elaws: Employment Laws Assistance for Workers & Small Businesses – FLSA Hours Worked Advisor In addition to forward your watch this Sunday, March 12 at 2 AM, we recommend you keep these tips in mind … Read More