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Wednesday, March 27, 2013

How to manage your seasonal allergies

Health: (StatePoint) Unfortunately, beautiful flowers and warm weather can also mean itchy, watery eyes, sneezing fits and nasal congestion. Comment

Friday, March 22, 2013

Brazil’s school meals teach good eating habits

Health: RIO DE JANEIRO, Mar 20 2013 (IPS) - Providing school meals for 45 million children is a remarkable achievement for Brazil. But the programme faces specific difficulties, as well as the generic problems plaguing any national plan in this vast country of more than 192 million people. Comment

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

How to find the right doctor for your cosmetic procedure

Health: (StatePoint) Everyone has heard about a cosmetic procedure that left a patient unsatisfied or worse. But don’t let those anecdotes scare you. There are plenty of qualified, talented doctors available for every procedure. Comment

Thursday, March 14, 2013

Deborah Persaud wins award for AIDS research

Guyana: The Guyanese community salutes Dr. Deborah Persaud, scientist and clinician who was the sole recipient of the 2013 prestigious Elizabeth Glaser Scientist Award presented to her by the Pediatric AIDS Foundation her breakthrough research in pediatric HIV/AIDS. Comment

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Weight loss tips for real life

Health: (Family Features) Chances are you’ve been down the weight loss road before. And chances are just as good that you’ve gained it all back. But don’t despair; there are ways to avoid the dreaded yo-yo. Harley Pasternak, best-selling author and the go-to trainer for A-list stars, answers some common questions about how to lose weight – and the tools needed to keep it off. Comments (1)

How to make healthful eating fit your daily routine

Health: (StatePoint) Eating right is essential to keeping your body running at its best. But nutrition advice doesn’t always account for people’s varied lifestyles, health needs and tastes. Comment

Thursday, March 7, 2013

Protect young eyes in the technology age

Health: (Family Features) Whether it’s a tablet with an educational purpose or a big screen displaying the latest video game, the use of electronic technology is skyrocketing among kids. In fact, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation, children ages eight to 18 spend more than seven and a half hours with electronics every day. Comment

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