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Health & Wellness

Fostering a Dog: It's Good for Your Heart and Your Wallet
Health & Wellness  (tags: fostering, dogs, heart, health, wallet )

BarbKnigh
- 4 days ago - dailyfinance.com
Twenty thousand dollars is a lot of money. It could be a down payment on a home. It could pay off the lion's share of an average college graduate's student loan debt. Or it could buy you a whole lot of cute.
America's Abortion-Free Zone Grows
Health & Wellness  (tags: abortion, reproductive health, women, clinics, access, anti-choice terrorism )

Freya
- 7 days ago - news.yahoo.com
There is a nearly 1,200-mile-wide desert of abortion providers stretching from the western boarder of Idaho to the eastern boarders of North and South Dakota. Across this five-state expanse, the total number of cities that offer any form of abortion...
Are GOP Governors Who Reject Medicaid Expansion Violating Their Residents' Civil Rights?
Health & Wellness  (tags: government, healthcare, ethics, obama, republicans )

Abe
- 12 days ago - nomadicpolitics.blogspot.com
If the first duty of government is to protect its citizens then isn't access to health care included in that idea? Are the 21 governors that rejected the Medicaid expansion violating their state residents' civil rights?
TAKE ACTION: Tell Congress to Support Grassroots Activists Against Violence
Health & Wellness  (tags: US congress, Violence against Women- girls, action alert, Trust Fund to End Violence Against Women )

Jess
- 17 days ago - womenthrive.org
The United Nations Trust Fund to End Violence Against Women can--and has--made a difference in the lives of women around the world. Unfortunately, the United States withdrew its support for this program after 2010.
97% Of The Time, Chemotherapy Does Not Work And Continues To Be Used Only For One Reason
Health & Wellness  (tags: chemotherapy treatment effectiveness, cancer, cancer treatment )

Ellyn
- 19 days ago - healthfreedoms.org
Chemotherapy does not target cancer cells, and because of this, chemotherapy: 1) Kills far more normal cells than cancer cells, and 2) Damages and toxifies many of the normal cells that do survive. Doctors and pharmaceutical companies make money...
Sign the Banner: My Birth Control Is Not My Boss's Business!‏
Health & Wellness  (tags: women, birth control, petitions )

Freya
- 36 days ago - populationconnection.org
On March 25th, the Supreme Court will hear arguments on whether or not the owners of for-profit corporations have the right to deny their workers insurance coverage for birth control.
Milk Doesn't Do a Body So Good After All
Health & Wellness  (tags: food, health, nutrition, risks, diet )

John
- 41 days ago - theincidentaleconomist.com
each additional glass of milk per day as teenagers was associated with a 9% HIGHER risk of hip fractures in men later in life. HT http://www.motherjones.com/kevin-drum/2014/01/milk -doesnt-do-body-so-good-after-all
Need to Know: The Science Behind Medical Marijuana
Health & Wellness  (tags: AlternativeMed, children, disease, drugs, family, government, healthcare, investigation, medicine, marijuana as medicine, seizures )

Kit
- 43 days ago - america.aljazeera.com
On this week's "TechKnow," contributor Crystal Dilworth travels to Colorado to learn more about Charlotte's Web, a cannabis derivative that's being used to treat kids with severe forms of epilepsy.
FDA Regulation of Antibiotics Use on Factory Farms Proves Worthless, Analysis Shows
Health & Wellness  (tags: Antibiotic resistance, meat industry, FDA, hormones in food, Antibiotics in Agriculture, food, environment, health, healthcare, humans, research )

Stefanie
- 42 days ago - ecowatch.com
The widespread practice of giving low doses of antibiotics to healthy livestock on factory farms is contributing to an increase in antibiotic-resistant bacteria, which is a growing public health concern that's making antibiotics less effective in treating
 
 
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