Annie and Tom's Race to the Altar Inspires Lupus Community
WASHINGTON, May 29 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Lupus Foundation of
America (LFA) congratulates Annie and Tom of Chicago, Illinois for
advancing to the next round in the NBC TODAY Show's annual "Race to the
Altar." The competition is now down to three couples who seek to be married
in June o...
Preaching Health and Wellness from the Altar
Researchers from the University of Michigan have designed a nationwide program, named ‘body and soul’ by teaming with the African American churches// to extend its reach, and disseminate vital information about health and wellness.
Through the program, researchers will enable educational mate...
Marriage Ends, Health Declines
...ess clear how you will fare if you lose your spouse to divorce or death.
Now, a new study shows that scenario spells trouble, even if you go to the altar
In fact, people who ceased being married at some point in their lives were significantly more likely to have chronic health problems th...
New Poll Warns Daschle, Obama: Mandatory Health Insurance Big Loser With Public; Voters Want Return on Stem Cell Research
...ossibility of his support for the approach in his book, "Critical," under the pretense that he is "not willing to sacrifice worthy improvements on the altar
of perfection." Unlike plans pushed by health insurers, Daschle's proposal importantly would give Americans access to a public insurance program "mode...
NEWSWEEK: Media Lead Sheet/April 21, 2008 Issue (on newsstands Monday, April 14).
...ding slots," he writes. "When the economy goes south, as it is
doing now ... travel frequently leads the list of discretionary items
sacrificed on the altar
CAMPAIGN 2008: "A Man at Home in the World" (p. 22). Senior White House
Correspondent Richard W...
Consumer Group Criticizes NYC Board of Health Over Menu Labeling Bill
...n a New Yorker's diet."
Wilson added: "Sooner or later New Yorkers will realize Bloomberg and
his Board are slowly sacrificing common sense on the altar
public health policies."
According to the Board of Health's own report, restaurants account for
less than one-third of an average N...
China's environmental challenges
...me road as in the past two decades, or will environmental quality, energy efficiency, and the conservation of resources no longer be sacrificed at the altar
of economic development?"
Authors Wei An and Jianying Hu (Peking University) tackle the topic of endocrine disrupting chemicals in China's rivers a...
Science Fuels DNA Testing Controversy with Prejudicial Misquote
...ions. Molecular Psychiatry 9:442-473, 2004. -- "Putting what we know into practice would prevent more disease than worshiping at the altar
of randomized trials." John Concato, MD, Yale University.
-- Individuals have a right to learn their genotype and c...