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Palm Beach State College plans to build a dental health building and is looking for local support

Lake Worth, FL - by Tabatha McDonald - The Florida Legislature has allocated $5 million for a new facility for the longstanding, highly regarded dental health education programs at Palm Beach State College, and now College leaders are drumming up additional support for the project... » Read more

Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (AFA) education conference registration website

New York, NY - by Sandy Silverstein - On Monday, March 27, the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (AFA)’s free Concepts in Care educational conference will return to West Palm Beach, Florida... » Read more

 

West Boca Medical Center 5k raise participants

Boca Raton, FL - by Courtney Steinberg - In an effort to help end the fight against breast cancer, West Boca Medical Center served as a silver sponsor for the “Making Strides of South Palm Beach” walk, raising over $2,870... » Read more

 

Cristian Zuniga pictured with son Cristian Jr. (left) and daughter April (right)

West Palm Beach, FL - Father’s Day was extremely special this year for Myrka and Cristian Zuniga as they welcomed their twins, Cristian Jr. and April, into the world at Good Samaritan Medical Center... » Read more

 

Bacteria Carbapanem, photo CDC

Washington, DC - by Consumer Reports - Consumer Reports, today announced its commitment to help wipe out antibiotic-resistant bacteria or “superbugs.” » Read more

 

Delia Ortiz with Dr. Villa

West Palm Beach, FL - by Delia Ortiz - There are certain events in our lives that make us step back and appreciate the things we hold close to our hearts. For me, it’s the love and support of my family... » Read more

 

Detergent pods pose lethal rish for adults with dementia

Yonkers, NY - by Kimberly Janeway, CR - One day last May, an 87-year-old woman named Edith was rushed to the hospital in a small Texas town after she was found slumped over and unresponsive at the home where she lived with her son and daughter-in-law. The woman, who suffered from dementia, had eaten two liquid laundry detergent packets. She died two days later... » Read more

National Healthy Sleep Awareness project

Darien, IL - by Hispanicize Wire - Untreated, severe obstructive sleep apnea more than doubles your risk of dying from heart disease, the National Healthy Sleep Awareness Project warns in conjunction with American Heart Month in February... » Read more

 

How safe is your beef? - Consumer Reports

Yonkers, NY - In Consumer Reports new tests of ground beef, 18 percent of the beef samples from conventionally-raised cows contained dangerous superbugs... » Read more

 

Superbugs resistant to antibiotics

Yonkers, NY - by Consumer Reports - Decades of inaction to curb the overuse of life-saving antibiotics by physicians, dentists, patients, and farmers has created hard-to-treat “superbugs” that are spreading and growing stronger... » Read more

 

The most recent research involving elementary school children in Bogotá, Colombia shows that vitamin B12 deficiency is associated with school absence and grade repetition.

Ann Arbor, MI - by University of Michigan - Vitamin B12 deficiency in elementary school children from Bogotá, Colombia, was strongly associated with the students having to repeat a grade... » Read more

 

Health Law Helper website

Yonkers, NY - With the open enrollment period for health coverage beginning on Saturday, November 15, Consumer Reports has a web-based tool at HealthLawHelper.org... » Read more

 

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