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2010 IASG Meeting Focuses on Health

The indigenous peoples have long been revolving around colorful traditions, myths, beliefs, distinct languages, political systems, social upbringing, and economy. However, they too, are among the poorer and less literate. They also tend to die at a younger age and have higher suicidal tendencies. These is the sad fact that hold them back from being […]

2010 World Breastfeeding Week

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Breast milk is best for babies up to 2 years. The words resound whenever you see a baby being breastfeed. And this August 1 – 7, the sound reaches its peak – the whole world is celebrating 2010 World Breastfeeding Week. The media, women groups, children advocates such as UNICEF, and health organizations like the […]

Make Everyday World Health Day

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On this 7th day of April 2010, the international community is celebrating the World Health Day. This year, the celebration is focused on urbanization and its impact to health – 1000 Cities. 1000 Lives. Cities around the world will join the celebration by conducting different programs and activities that will open for a healthful place […]

Hospital Ban Applicants Who Smoke

St. Luke’s Hospital and Health Network in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, will no longer hire employees who smoke starting May 1 this year. This is by far the first hospital to work out no-smoking policy. St. Luke’s Senior Vice President of Human Resource Bob Zimmel said, making a healthier workplace will benefit everyone, even if others consider […]


March 24 is World TB Day

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Over the past hundred years, TB was successful in sending 200 million to grave. The MDR or multi-drug resistant and XDR or extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis killed 150,000 in 2008. Sadly, even the developed lands were unable to totally rule out this deadly disease. In a region of the developed Russian country, more than half of […]

Health Care Reform Passed the Senate – At Long Last

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Supporters look on as U.S. President Barack Obama signs the health-care bill Tuesday. (J. Scott Applewhite/Associated Press) 219-212 votes in favor of the bill finally swung the health insurance door wide open to more American people. What will this mean to Americans, insurers, people in nursing scrubs, Obama administration, and the United States of America […]