Tag: Health


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How ‘Good News’ and ‘Bad News’ Impact Our Health

October 26, 2016Posted by Helaina Hovitz

Guest Editorial: Jodie Jackson, MSc in Positive Psychology. There are thousands…

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Showgirl’s Nonprofit Gifts New Breasts to Women With Cancer

October 4, 2016Posted by Wendy Joan Biddlecombe

After Alisa Savoretti had one of her breasts removed, she had to…

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How This Mobile Tech is Reducing Pregnancy Related Deaths

September 27, 2016Posted by Wendy Joan Biddlecombe

Pregnant women throughout the developed world expect multiple ultrasounds during…

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Mind Over Matter: How Virtual Reality Is Changing The Healthcare Game

August 27, 2016Posted by Wendy Joan Biddlecombe

Just a few years ago, virtual reality headsets were futuristic,…

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Amy Winehouse Foundation Fills Sobriety Support Gap For Young Women in UK

August 23, 2016Posted by Helaina Hovitz

Editorial: For women between the ages of 18-30 who, unlike…

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Floating Food Forest Finds Legal Loophole To Deliver Free Produce

August 22, 2016Posted by Terry Turner

America has experienced a bumper crop of urban farms in…

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Solar Powers Vital Oxygen For Children in Uganda

August 18, 2016Posted by Wendy Joan Biddlecombe

When Dr. Michael Hawkes traveled to Uganda to help treat…

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No More Re-Using Surgical Gloves: Medical Supplies Travel Overseas

August 17, 2016Posted by Linda Hernandez

In the U.S., we take it for granted that our…

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Yellow School Boats Help Kids in Philippines Cross Barrier to Education

August 2, 2016Posted by Linda Hernandez

For many kids, the “struggles” of getting to school include…

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Donating 50,000 Pumps of Overdose Drug Won’t Only Save “Addicts”

July 21, 2016Posted by Wendy Joan Biddlecombe

There has been some debate in recent years about whether…

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Flying Eye Hospital Restores Sight Around the World

July 20, 2016Posted by Helaina Hovitz

There are 285 million people in the world who are…

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Drama for Trauma: A Seriously Unique Approach to Therapy

June 7, 2016Posted by Helaina Hovitz

Let’s make one thing clear: there’s a big difference between…

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New Device Will Let You Measure Lung Function Through Your Phone’s Mic

May 31, 2016Posted by Wendy Joan Biddlecombe

A tiny device on the path toward FDA approval could…

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These 2 Young Survivors & 4 Cancer Researchers Could Change Everything

May 12, 2016Posted by Terry Turner

Most children have a naturally positive attitude about the future….

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Now We’re Cooking: This Unique Stove Company Is Keeping The Movement “Clean”

May 4, 2016Posted by Helaina Hovitz

A device initially written off as “patio furniture” has become…