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Newly Uninsured Turn To Community Health Centers

Newly Uninsured Turn To Community Health Centers - Community health centers, which offer low-cost care to people with little or no insurance, are increasingly important to keeping people healthy as high unemployment ravages the U.S. workforce. [Wall Street Journal - Health Videos]

Survey Finds Many Men Complaining of Ill-Fitting Condoms (HealthDay)

Survey Finds Many Men Complaining of Ill-Fitting Condoms
(HealthDay)
- HealthDay - MONDAY, Feb. 15 (HealthDay News) -- Poorly fitting condoms not only boost the risk of sexually transmitted diseases, they also reduce sexual pleasure during intercourse, a new study has found. [Yahoo! News: Health News]

Survey: Most Americans think it's others who are unhealthy (HealthDay)

Survey: Most Americans think it's others who are unhealthy (HealthDay) -

Debate over the obesity epidemic sweeping parts of the world has focussed on whether lifestyle -- too much junk food and couch-potato living -- is the big culprit or whether genes are also to blame. A new study may help tip the balance in favour of those who claim that fat runs in their family and there is little they can do about it.(AFP/File)HealthDay - TUESDAY, Feb. 16 (HealthDay News) -- Despite rising rates of obesity and diabetes, a new survey has found that a majority of Americans believe their health is just fine - it's everyone else who has the problem.


[Yahoo! News: Health News]

Clinton Back Home After Heart 'Tuneup'

Clinton Back Home After Heart 'Tuneup' - Former President Bill Clinton is recovering at home after leaving a New York hospital, where he underwent a heart procedure Thursday. Doctor's say he didn't have a heart attack. Video courtesy of Fox News. [Wall Street Journal - Health Videos]

News Hub: Why You Can Die of a Broken Heart

News Hub: Why You Can Die of a Broken Heart - New research shows that dying of a broken heart isn't just a metaphor. WSJ's Ron Winslow talks with Simon Constable about studies that show real, and sometimes fatal, changes can occur in the heart after a traumatic breakup or death of a loved one. [Wall Street Journal - Health Videos]

Health Tip: Protect Your Child at Day Care (HealthDay)

Health Tip: Protect Your Child at Day Care
(HealthDay)
- HealthDay - (HealthDay News) -- Children who attend day care are at increased risk of getting sick or acquiring an infection. [Yahoo! News: Health News]

News Hub: Retracting a Major Study on Autism

News Hub: Retracting a Major Study on Autism - WSJ's health columnist Melinda Beck talks with Kelsey Hubbard about a retraction of the study showing a link between autism and vaccines by a prominent British medical journal. [Wall Street Journal - Health Videos]

Blood pressure, "rich" blood affect baby's growth (Reuters)

Blood pressure, "rich" blood affect baby's growth
(Reuters)
- Reuters - Women with high blood pressure and blood over-rich in red blood cells are more likely to give birth to babies who are too small or born too early, researchers in the Netherlands reported on Tuesday. [Yahoo! News: Health News]

Michelle Obama rallies US to push back child obesity (AFP)

Michelle Obama rallies US to push back child obesity (AFP) -

First Lady Michelle Obama teamed up with athletes, farmers, doctors and the media Tuesday to confront the childhood obesity AFP - First Lady Michelle Obama teamed up with athletes, farmers, doctors and the media Tuesday to confront the childhood obesity "epidemic" that affects a staggering one in three American youngsters.


[Yahoo! News: Health News]
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