If You Build It, Will Health Come?

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If You Build It, Will Health Come?

U.S. News & World Report11 hours ago
Situated just west of the North Carolina state line, Johnson City is an Appalachian town that’s home to a state university and blue-collar edge. East Tennessee State University – a major employer in the area, along with multiple hospitals – counts a diverse mix of medical colleges under its umbrella, ranging …
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Wired Health 2018: Old tech, new ideas

Medical News TodayMar. 16, 2018
Wired Health is held yearly in London, United Kingdom. It boasts a wide array of speakers from every corner of the health tech world, alongside forward-thinking companies who provide a glimpse of their latest offerings. This year was as varied as ever, and the talks covered how technology could intervene …
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Skip the guilt: Red wine could protect your oral health

Medical News TodayFeb. 25, 2018
But a new study says that it might protect your oral health. Some of us love to savor a glass of red wine — or two — with dinner every once in a while. The catch is that this velvety drink often leaves the teeth stained, so maybe it’s not such a good idea to order it on your first date or while out on a business …
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How birth interventions affect babies’ health in the short and long term

The Conversation AU7 hours ago
Lilian Peters does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organization that would benefit from this article, and has … Our new research, published today in the journal Birth, found babies born via medical or surgical intervention were at increased risk of health problems.
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Midlife tooth loss may compromise heart health

Medical News TodayMar. 23, 2018
This was the conclusion of preliminary research led by Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine in New Orleans, LA, and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in Boston, MA. “In addition to other established associations between dental health and risk of disease,” explains …
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Bedside chart may ease cancer patient’s pain

TheHealthSite3 hours ago
For the study, published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology, researchers worked with doctors to develop the Edinburgh Pain Assessment and management Tool (EPAT) — a pen and paper chart which medical staff use to regularly record pain levels in a simple traffic light system. Amber or red pain levels …
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Babies who resemble dad are healthier at 1st birthday

Medical News TodayMar. 7, 2018
In some studies, children living in single-mother families have been found to have poorer levels of health. The effect was measured even when socioeconomic factors were taken into account. It is important to understand what factors could be impacting children in single-mother homes, and what could be …
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Tiger Shroff launches unique workout

TheHealthSite11 minutes ago
Actor Tiger Shroff’s newly launched active lifestyle brand Prowl has partnered with Cure.fit, a health and wellness startup to co-create an exclusive workout format. The workout, which comprises a unique mix of combat, dance, and functional fitness done to foot-tapping music, will be available for all …
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Knee pain can lead to depression

TheHealthSite4 hours ago
To learn more, the researchers examined information from 573 people aged 65 or older who participated in the Kurabuchi Study, an ongoing look at the health of older adults living in central Japan. When the study began (between 2005 and 2006) none of the participants had symptoms of depression.
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As milk prices fall, dairy farmers in Pennsylvania seek mental health …

WHYY1 hour ago
Pennsylvania is fifth in the nation for milk production, but as supply outpaces demand, some area farms are experiencing difficulty. Some farmers have put together a network of counselors to help those struggling financially. Milk prices have been falling for several years. They’re so low now, some farmers …

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