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How Local Initiatives Seek to Limit Opioid Addiction

How Local Initiatives Seek to Limit Opioid Addiction

The opioid crisis is arresting on each individual at its mercy; however, putting opioid addicts into another prison is not the solution.
Are Scientists on the Verge of an Alzheimer s Cure

Are Scientists on the Verge of an Alzheimer’s Cure?

Why does Alzheimer's, a disease that already affects over 5 million Americans, remain such a mystery? 
One Breast Tried to Kill Me the Other Keeps My Baby Alive

One Breast Tried to Kill Me, the Other Keeps My Baby Alive

A survivor and member of the online community "I Had Cancer" shares her perspective on gratitude and loving yourself as you recover.
New Clinical Trials Offer Hope in Two Rare Genetic Diseases

New Clinical Trials Offer Hope in Two Rare Genetic Diseases

Research is at a new stage of development for two genetic diseases that are devastating to children and young adults and the families that support them.
4 Ways Exploring IDH May Change the Answer to Leukemia

4 Ways Exploring IDH May Change the Answer to Leukemia

Child or adult, all cancer treatments ultimately strive for the same result: eradication of cancerous cells. But what if it were possible to control cancer instead of killing it?

12 Tips for Communicating with Loved Ones Affected by Aphasia

Education & ResearchFrom maintaining eye contact to reducing background noise, these techniques will help make communicating with those living with aphasia easier.

12 Tips for Communicating with Loved Ones Affected by Aphasia

Can’t Stop Eating? Your Brain’s to Blame

Health HacksPut the cookie down. What’s that, you can’t? Unless you’re a furry blue puppet, you’ve got problems. Or do you?

Can’t Stop Eating? Your Brain’s to Blame

4 Ways to Manage Stress and Anxiety

Prevention & TreatmentWorrying and stressing can take up a lot of valuable time and energy. Here are four ways to help you manage and overcome your anxiety.

4 Ways to Manage Stress and Anxiety

How One 9/11 First Responder Reclaimed His Health

AdvocacyAfter serving for 20 years, he was one of the first officers forced to retire due to 9/11-related medical issues. Today, Terrence Jordan reflects on the difficult, inspiring trek to stay healthy.

How One 9/11 First Responder Reclaimed His Health

How Adventure Tourism Helps Seniors Leave Their Comfort Zone

Health HacksWith more resources than most, older travelers are taking advantage of adventure tourism opportunities that expose them to new challenges and experiences.

How Adventure Tourism Helps Seniors Leave Their Comfort Zone

What We Can Do About the Changing Nature of Heart Failure

Prevention & TreatmentHeart failure, a condition in which the heart is too weak to pump blood sufficiently throughout the body, is on the rise in the United States. But why?

What We Can Do About the Changing Nature of Heart Failure