Reality: Weight training is a healthy exercise for women

By Ayotunde Adeyeri, M.D., FASMBS Source: GMN Health Misconceptions about weight training, often based on unproven fears of becoming “too muscular,” can prevent women from pushing their fitness levels. This is unfortunate because weight training provides several important health...
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Philadelphia teen seeks repair of disabled sister’s transportation, car dealership responds

Source: Shareably.com Sixteen-year-old Maiya James’ mother struggles every day to take care of her disabled sister Mariah, and to make ends meet. Mariah suffers from cerebral palsy and epilepsy, is completely blind, and in addition, recently had her spine fused. As a...
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Kidney Health Awareness 2017: Heart Your Kidneys

Kidney Health Awareness: National Kidney Foundation (Kidney.org) Rate Your Risk Quiz · Donation/Transplant Info · Trenton Fundraising Walk May 21 The National Kidney Foundation (NKF) is encouraging all Americans to Heart Your Kidneys (#heartyourkidneys) throughout...
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30 pounds of deadly fentanyl seized in South Jersey

Source: Philly.com A “massive” quantity of fentanyl — more than 30 pounds of one of the world’s deadliest opioids — was seized Thursday in raids by law enforcement agencies at several sites in South Jersey, authorities said Friday. Yahmire Boardley 22, of Camden, was charged on...
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GoMo Health Concierge Care® Bedside Concierge™ Solution Launches in Sacred Heart Hospital

Source: GoMoHealth.com GoMo Health of Asbury Park, a member of the Ascension Health System, announces the launch of the award-winning Concierge Care® Inpatient Satisfaction Solution in conjunction with Sacred Heart Hospital in Pensacola, Florida. The patient-centered solution...
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Trump can “fix” Obamacare by doing nothing

Source: Vox.com Over the past year, the Affordable Care Act’s marketplaces for individual health insurance purchases have been rocked by a series of bad stories. A lot of insurers have raised premiums, and a lot of insurers have decided to stop participating in the program, which...
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