Saturday, September 20, 2014 Elul 25, 5774
In a recent issue of Circulation, it was revealed that among patients who have suffered a single stroke, severe stenosis - or the narrowing - of the arteries in the head represents a major risk factor for the development of a subsequent stroke. Also, patients with recent symptoms were at high risk, and women faced a greater risk of subsequent...
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FRANK ROSCI -JE Feature
Unhappy about the way your life is going? Take heart; you’re not alone! According to a new report by the University of Chicago’s National Opinion Research Center, more Americans are unhappy about their lives today than they were in 1991, the last time the study was conducted. Of the 1,340 people surveyed, some of the main reasons for their distress,...
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Rita Charleston- JE Feature
This Valentine's Day, in addition to purchasing boxes of chocolates and bouquets of flowers, how about giving your loved one a book designed to bring about a lifetime of health? The newly released Back Together: Hands-On Healing for Couples, by Andrew S. Kirschner, D.O., is a partner-based approach to wellness that provides individuals simple-to-use tools to end their loved ones...
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If you're a male who has trouble controlling your temper, you might find yourself in the hospital the next time you get angry. After interviewing people who had been seriously injured, a University of Missouri-Columbia researcher has discovered that anger can increase the chances of an injury significantly, especially for men. The study is in the current issue of the...
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The Food and Drug Administration has announced the licensing of a new vaccine against a disease responsible for tens of thousands of hospitalizations in the United States and hundreds of thousands of deaths around the world each year. The vaccine, developed by Merck & Co., Inc., will be sold as ROTATE® to protect infants against rotavirus infection. Highly contagious, rotavirus...
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