Iflove Health Report: Breast Cancer for Women, Heart Risk Old Men, Viral Illness Children

Iflove Health Report: Breast Cancer for women, Heart Risk for Old men, Viral Illness for children

Here it provides a health report, from a medical study on comment diseaseses. Read the following and you’ll understand.

Veterinarians Warn Pet Owners To Look For Ticks

BREWER (NEWS CENTER) – Veterinarians are advising dog owners to keep a close watch on their pets this spring. Despite a harsh winter, Maine’s deer tick population is booming and so is the threat of Lyme disease.
Doctors to reassess Lyme disease rules Tuscaloosa News (subscription)
Protect Against Lyme Disease While Enjoying the Outdoors Synapse
Calling all carbs: Dietitian hired to arrest officer obesity

LOS ANGELES (AP) – Rana Parker tells pudgy police they have the right to remain chubby, but it can and will be used against them on the streets of Los Angeles.
New recruit helps officers shape up Channel 4 News
Los Angeles Police Department Hires Dietician To Trim Down Officers AHN
Health Report: Child viral death toll up to 34 in China

BEIJING (AP) – The death toll from a viral illness that is striking children across China has risen by four to 34, while the number of reported infections jumped to nearly 25000, state media reported Friday.
Death toll from virus reaches 32 in China CNN
China battles deadly EV-71 virus Los Angeles Times
Proposal Would Limit Medicare-plan Marketing

By JANE ZHANG and VANESSA FUHRMANS Addressing a flood of consumer complaints, the Bush administration proposed to bar insurance agents from using aggressive tactics to enroll seniors in Medicare’s fast-growing private plans and its prescription-drug …
Hard Sell to Medicare Insurance Buyers Would Get Softer Under New … New York Times
Medicare proposes rules to curb marketing abuse Houston Chronicle
Noise in Artery Could Warn of Heart Risk

By Ed Edelson THURSDAY, May 8 (HealthDay News) — That unusual, harsh sound a doctor can hear when passing a stethoscope over a main artery to the brain could indicate an increased risk of heart attack and death from heart disease and stroke, …
Carotid Bruit Linked To Cardiovascular Problems Medical News Today
New US Study: Carotid Bruit Indicates Heart Attack, Heart Disease … TopNews
Arthritis Hits More Than Half of Diabetics

By Steven Reinberg THURSDAY, May 8 (HealthDay News) — Arthritis strikes more than half of the 20.6 million American adults who have diabetes, and the painful joint condition may be a barrier to exercise among these patients, a new government report …
More than half of US diabetics have arthritis The Associated Press
Half of diabetics in US have arthritis, CDC says Reuters
May is Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month

As part of the Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month, the Central Health Center is encouraging teens to visit the Web site www.iflove.com
Editorial- talk to teens before it’s too late Cheraw Chronicle
talking to your teen about sexual health is crucial The Coloradoan

77 New Cases of Hepatitis Are Identified in Las Vegas

By JENNIFER STEINHAUER Nevada health officials said Thursday that they had identified 77 new cases of hepatitis C among patients treated at a Las Vegas endoscopy practice, in one of the country’s largest outbreaks of the liver disease.
77 More Hepatitis Cases May Trace to Vegas Clinic FOXNews
Frustration Grows Over Slow Investigation of Endoscopy Clinics KLAS-tv
Breast Cancer Tends to Grow Faster in Younger Women

While the rate at which breast cancer tumors grow varies among patients, that growth tends to be faster among younger women, Norwegian researchers report.
Five percent of breast tumors may double in month Reuters
Study: 5 Percent of Breast Tumors Double in One Month FOXNews
Armstrong urges Congress to renew war on cancer

WASHINGTON (AP) – Seven-time Tour de France winner and cancer survivor Lance Armstrong is calling on Congress to renew the nation’s war on cancer.
Celebrity cancer advocates urge US health care reform AFP
Kennedy heads cancer fight The Republican – MassLive
St. Francis Hospital in Blue Island to continue with new owner, name

By Bruce Japsen | Tribune reporter St. Francis Hospital & Health Center in Blue Island, which was threatened with closing, will continue under new ownership and a new name in deal announced Thursday.
Health care foundation gets $7.5M grant Bizjournals
St. Francis Hospital will stay open Chicago Sun-Times
Quick Benefit to Smoking Halt, With a Caveat, Study Finds

By REUTERS CHICAGO (Reuters) – Women who stop smoking can enjoy major health benefits within five years, but it can take decades to correct respiratory damage and shed the added risk of lung cancer, researchers reported on Tuesday.
Health Buzz: Why to Stop Smoking Now and Other Health News U.S. News & World Report
Quitting Reduces Dangers of Smoking for Women MedHeadlines
US group wants FDA to pull J&J birth control patch

By Susan Heavey WASHINGTON, May 8 (Reuters) – A US advocacy group is urging the Food and Drug Administration to pull Johnson & Johnson’s (JNJ.
Group asks government to end use of birth-control patch The Associated Press
Patch contraceptive poses higher risk Food Consumer
India children’s health ‘ignored’

More than half of Indian children under the age of five do not get the health care they need, according to a report by Save the Children.
Report Says Basic Medical Care Could Save Lives of 6 Million … Voice of America
Child health care lacking for many, group says Boston Globe
McCain Says He Would Put Conservatives on Supreme Court

By Juliet Eilperin WINSTON-SALEM, NC, May 6 — Highlighting an issue he plans to use aggressively in the general election campaign, Sen. John McCain on Tuesday decried “the common and systematic abuse of our federal courts by the people we entrust with …
Sen. Clinton’s Living History–Part 2 (Hillary Takes on Health Care) Kansas City Star
Health care among top issues for voters Detroit Free Press
Questions and answers about veterans suicide

WASHINGTON (AP) – Veterans Affairs Secretary James Peake took heated questions this week on Capitol Hill about whether his agency was withholding information about the number of veterans who are committing suicide.
VA blasted over veterans suicides CNN
Tempers Flare At Hearing On Vet Suicides CBS News
Mich. high court says gay partners can’t get health benefits

LANSING, Mich. (AP) – A same-sex marriage ban prevents governments and universities in Michigan from providing health insurance to the partners of gay workers, the state Supreme Court ruled Wednesday.
No benefits for gay partners, court says Detroit Free Press
Summary Box: Court says gay partners can’t get benefits Chicago Tribune

Meningitis claims CMU student; contacts sought

Health officials are trying to identify “close, personal contacts” of a 26-year-old Central Michigan University student from Sterling Heights who died of a bacterial form of meningitis while visiting the west side of the state.
Central Michigan student dies of meningitis Chicago Tribune
CMU student’s fatal illness probed DetNews
Novartis Says Meningitis Vaccine Performed Well in Large Trial

By JEANNE WHALEN Swiss drug maker Novartis AG said Tuesday that its experimental meningitis vaccine performed well in a large clinical trial and that the company expects to file it for regulatory approval in the US and Europe this year.
Novartis has high hopes for vaccine Boston Globe
Novartis Reports Promising Results of Meningitis Vaccine Trial eFluxMedia
 

Butler County doctor in chelation case wants to work

By Brian C. Rittmeyer A doctor said Wednesday he wants to resume his career now that prosecutors have dropped charges connected to the death of a 5-year-old boy during treatment for autism.
Doctor says he will treat patients after DA drops charges Philadelphia Inquirer
Charges dropped in chelation death Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Veterinarians Warn Pet Owners To Look For Ticks

BREWER (NEWS CENTER) – Veterinarians are advising dog owners to keep a close watch on their pets this spring. Despite a harsh winter, Maine’s deer tick population is booming and so is the threat of Lyme disease.
Doctors to reassess Lyme disease rules Tuscaloosa News (subscription)
Protect Against Lyme Disease While Enjoying the Outdoors Synapse
Calling all carbs: Dietitian hired to arrest officer obesity

LOS ANGELES (AP) – Rana Parker tells pudgy police they have the right to remain chubby, but it can and will be used against them on the streets of Los Angeles.
New recruit helps officers shape up Channel 4 News
Los Angeles Police Department Hires Dietician To Trim Down Officers AHN
Breast Cancer Tends to Grow Faster in Younger Women

By Steven Reinberg THURSDAY, May 8 (HealthDay News) — While the rate at which breast cancer tumors grow varies among patients, that growth

Iflove Health Report: Breast Cancer for Women, Heart Risk for Old Men, Viral Illness for Children

Here it provides a health report, from a medical study on comment diseaseses. Read the following and you’ll understand. Editing by Jenny Eastwood

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