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Healthy Breakfast Tips and Why Cheese Boards are The Best

Hello! Now here’s the rest of my trip to San Francisco with Real California Milk… We left off with me going for a short run down past the Ferry Building towards Fisherman’s Wharf. I ran a few miles while enjoying the gorgeous morning and views of the Golden Gate Bridge. Then, I headed back to the hotel to get ready and head to the Real California Milk event. We started by meeting Megan Silva [@CaDairyFit ] a […]

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White House wants to cut this public health service corps by nearly 40 percent

The White House is proposing to reduce by nearly 40 percent the uniformed public health professionals who deploy during disasters and disease outbreaks, monitor drug safety and provide health care in some of the nation’s most remote and disadvantaged areas. The proposal is part of a plan announced last week by the Office of Management […] Related:Supreme Court decision on crisis pregnancy centers draws strong reaction from all sidesPolio virus treatment increased survival in patients with deadly […]

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The Best Travel Pics and Confessions from San Francisco

Hello! I went on a quick trip to San Francisco last week and am reporting back with a lot of food, fun and random behind the scenes travel updates. I was invited by Real California Milk for a day of nutrition, cooking and food photography tips. There was a lot packed into a short trip and here are some of the  travel highlights… I love San Francisco so I was super excited to have some time to […]

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Supreme Court decision on crisis pregnancy centers draws strong reaction from all sides

The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that California’s crisis pregnancy centers do not have to post notices or talk to patients about state services regarding abortions. In the 5-4 decision, the conservative majority said a law requiring such communication probably violates free speech rights. In facilities nationwide, the language and information counselors, nurses and doctors give […] Related:Polio virus treatment increased survival in patients with deadly brain tumors, study showsFirst marijuana-derived drug approved, will target severe epilepsyFirst marijuana-derived […]

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Polio virus treatment increased survival in patients with deadly brain tumors, study shows

A genetically modified polio virus improved the longer-term survival of patients with a lethal type of brain tumor, according to the results of an early-stage clinical trial published Tuesday. Twenty-one percent of the patients treated with the virus — all with disease that had recurred — were alive after three years, compared with just 4 […] Related:First marijuana-derived drug approved, will target severe epilepsyFirst marijuana-derived drug is on the verge of approvalWhat happened next to the man […]

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5 Tips to Find the Right Workout Clothes

I wear a lot of workout clothes. My closet has two parts: one part business casual for work and one part athleisure wear. That’s because I’ve been in the fitness field for over a decade (and I get the luxury of wearing workout clothes to work sometimes), but also because my mom uniform (also known as what Anika changes into immediately after she gets home after work) is literally workout clothes. It’s also what I wear on […]

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First marijuana-derived drug approved, will target severe epilepsy

The Food and Drug Administration on Monday approved the first drug derived from marijuana, which will be used to treat two rare and severe forms of childhood epilepsy. The drug, called Epidiolex, is an oral solution containing highly purified cannabidiol (CBD), which is one of scores of chemicals in the cannabis sativa plant, commonly known as […] Related:First marijuana-derived drug is on the verge of approvalWhat happened next to the man with autism whose aide was shot by […]

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First marijuana-derived drug is on the verge of approval

At 3 months old, Marissa Parsons began having frequent seizures, some lasting a half-hour. For almost two decades, her desperate parents tried drug after drug to treat her rare type of childhood epilepsy, but the medications mostly produced side effects — pancreatitis, hives and extreme drowsiness — and she was frequently hospitalized. Family outings became […] Related:What happened next to the man with autism whose aide was shot by policeGroups suing Trump administration over family planning express […]

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Global Sports Bra Squad Day with Kelly Roberts Podcast

Hello! Welcome to the Run Eat Repeat podcast… Today I’m talking with Kelly Roberts – creator of ‘Global Sports Bra Squad Day’ which is June 24th! She’s amazing and super open with her journey going from hating running to running marathons to creating a worldwide movement helping people love their bodies. And just a head’s up – Kelly and I are on the same page with most things but have very different opinions on a California institution […]

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The blemishes moving around on her face turned out to be a parasitic worm

First, it appeared as a tiny blemish under the eye. But over the next two weeks, the 32-year-old woman watched it move — snapping photos as it formed bumps above her eye before it made its way down into her lip, forcing her mouth to swell. It was a parasite — and it was living inside her face. The case — […] Related:Robotic surgery is no better than traditional surgery, bladder cancer study findsWhat happened next to the man with autism whose aide […]

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Robotic surgery is no better than traditional surgery, bladder cancer study finds

Robotic-assisted procedures have now become ubiquitous in some kinds of surgeries. What once was seen as a technological marvel is commonplace in many hospitals. But studies in recent years have shown robotic surgery performs no better than traditional surgery — even though it comes at a steeper cost to the overall health-care system. The latest […] Related:The blemishes moving around on her face turned out to be a parasitic wormWhat happened next to the man with autism […]

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What happened next to the man with autism whose aide was shot by police

Arnaldo Rios Soto was filmed on a cellphone video in the summer of 2016 after he walked out of his group home in suburban North Miami and sat in the middle of a quiet intersection holding a silver-colored toy truck that police mistook for a gun. Soto, who has autism and is nonspeaking, was accompanied by […] Related:Groups suing Trump administration over family planning express optimismHow prepared is the world for the next epidemic? This tool shows most […]

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