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A Very Specific Major Chessed Opportunity

Article by Esther Caplin | Published 07/26/16 | Comments (0)

[Ed. Note]: BJL readers are urged to share this as much as possible Shalom. My na...

   
 

Behavior Changes Offer Clues That Dementia Could Be Bre...

Article by AP | Published 07/24/16 | Comments (0)

Washington - Memory loss may not always be the first warning sign that dementia is brewing — changes in behavior or personality might be an...

   
 

Is it Fact or is it Fiction?

Article by Alan Freishtat, ACE-Certified Personal Fitness Trainer and certified Wellness Coach. | Published 07/24/16 | Comments (0)

“I thought that if I eat blueberries every day…….”. “Someone told me that if I eat only twice a day...

   
 

Health Department Reports First Baby Born With Zika-rel...

Article by AP | Published 07/22/16 | Comments (0)

New York - The Health Department today reported the first baby delivered with Zika-related microcephaly at a hospital in New York City. The baby and ...

   
 

Charedi Woman Drops 75 Pounds to Donate her Kidney

Article by David Rosenberg | Published 07/21/16 | Comments (0)

For most, the notion of serving as a living donor – that is offering one’s internal organs to those in need – is a daunt...

   
 

Having Stomach Troubles? Try Swallowing An Origami Rob...

Article by AP | Published 07/20/16 | Comments (0)

Cambridge, MA - Has your child swallowed a small battery? In the future, a tiny robot made from pig gut could capture it and expel it. ...

   
 

Florida Health Department Investigates Possible Local Z...

Article by Reuters | Published 07/20/16 | Comments (0)

Miami, FL - Florida health officials said on Tuesday they are investigating a case of Zika virus infection that does not appear to have stemmed from ...

   
 

UnitedHealth Sees Further Losses For Obamacare Insuranc...

Article by Reuters | Published 07/19/16 | Comments (0)

Washington - UnitedHealth Group Inc is still losing money on the individual insurance business created under U.S. President Barack Obama’s ...

   
 

In Medical Mystery, Caregiver Gets Zika From Man Who Di...

Article by AP | Published 07/18/16 | Comments (0)

Salt Lake City - A Utah man who became the first person in the continental U.S. to die after being infected with the Zika virus passed it to a caregi...

   
 

Herbalife To Pay $200 Million To FTC To Avoid Pyramid S...

Article by AP | Published 07/15/16 | Comments (0)

New York - Federal regulators closed an investigation of the multinational, nutritional supplements company Herbalife. Though it wa...

   
 

Digest This: Heavy People May Die Up To 3 Years Early

Article by AP | Published 07/14/16 | Comments (0)

London -  Being too heavy may cost you your life — literally. Scientists say overweight people die one year earlier than expected a...

   
 

New Peak For US Health Care Spending: $10,345 Per Perso...

Article by AP | Published 07/13/16 | Comments (0)

Washington - The nation’s health care tab this year is expected to surpass $10,000 per person for the first time, the government said Wedne...

   
 

Hadassah Hospital Finds A Bullet In The Head Of An Elde...

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 07/13/16 | Comments (0)

A 77-year-old woman arrived at Hadassah Mt. Scopus Hospital on Monday, 5 Tammuz by ambulance complaining of head pain. Her condition led to a CT which ...

   
 

Redhead Skin Cancer Risk: Like Spending 21 Extra Years ...

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 07/13/16 | Comments (0)

Redheads have a skin cancer risk much higher than usual, about equal to 21 extra years in the sun, according to one of those studies that more precis...

   
 

33 Sickened In Apparent Mass Drug Overdose In New York ...

Article by AP | Published 07/13/16 | Comments (0)

Brooklyn, NY - More than two dozen people were sickened in an apparent mass drug overdose on a New York City street corner, sparking warnings from po...

   
 

Appeals Court Hears Case Over Kosher Food In Florida Pr...

Article by AP | Published 07/12/16 | Comments (0)

Miami, FL - The state of Florida asked a federal appeals court Tuesday to allow it to discontinue a kosher meals program for thousands of religiously...

   
 

New Kidneys 40 Years Apart Show Transplant Progress, Hu...

Article by AP | Published 07/12/16 | Comments (0)

Washington - Brenda Hudson recalls weeks spent in a glass-enclosed isolation room after her first kidney transplant, her family allowed to visit only...

   
 

Infection Experts Warn Of More U.S. Superbug Cases In C...

Article by Reuters | Published 07/11/16 | Comments (0)

New York - After two confirmed U.S. cases of a superbug that thwarts a last-resort antibiotic, infectious disease experts say they expect more cases ...

   
 

Do Your Meds Really Do The Job

Article by Alan Freishtat, ACE-Certified Personal Fitness Trainer and certified Wellness Coach. | Published 07/11/16 | Comments (0)

Depression and Anxiety have become widespread in our society today.  As a matter of fact, anxiety is now the most common mental illness in the...

   
 

In Nod To Sanders, Clinton Offers New Health Care Prop...

Article by AP | Published 07/10/16 | Comments (0)

Orlando, FL - In another nod to primary rival Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton is proposing to increase federal money for community health centers and...

   
 

1st Death Related To Zika Virus Seen In Continental US

Article by AP | Published 07/08/16 | Comments (0)

Salt Lake City - Utah health officials say a person infected with Zika has died, and while the exact cause is unclear, it marks the first death rela...

   
 

Michigan Music Therapist Records Young Patients' H...

Article by AP | Published 07/08/16 | Comments (0)

Grand Rapids, MI - A music therapist at a Michigan children’s hospital has made dozens of unique recordings as a gift for patients&rsquo...

   
 

Study: Trump Health Care Plan Would Make 18M Uninsured

Article by AP | Published 07/07/16 | Comments (0)

Washington -  Donald Trump’s health care plan would make 18 million people uninsured, but also lower premiums significantly for pol...

   
 

FDA Approves First Dissolving Stent For US Patients

Article by AP | Published 07/06/16 | Comments (0)

Washington - A medical implant that slowly dissolves into the body could be the answer to long-standing safety concerns with devices used to treat cl...

   
 

Too Much, Too Fast

Article by Alan Freishtat, ACE-Certified Personal Fitness Trainer and certified Wellness Coach. | Published 07/05/16 | Comments (0)

A few years ago, a father brought his teenage son into my office for a conversation.  Yehuda was in Yeshiva out of town and he was class 3 obe...

   
 

Jobs Wait Time For Liver Transplant Prompts Apple In Pu...

Article by AP | Published 07/05/16 | Comments (0)

San Francisco -Apple wants to encourage millions of iPhone owners to register as organ donors through a software update that will add an easy sign-up...

   
 

State: 31 In Maryland Have Zika

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 07/03/16 | Comments (0)

Maryland health officials say 31 people in the state have been infected with the Zika virus....

   
 

Baltimore's Knafayim Launches with Abuse Preventio...

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 07/01/16 | Comments (0)

Baltimore, MD - July 1, 2016 - This past week local Baltimore resident Rabbi Raffi Bilek kick...

   
 

Ariel's Final Gift

Article by Rabbi Jonathan Rosenblum | Published 06/30/16 | Comments (0)

Maya Schulder, a 16-year-old from Arizona, in Israel with her congregational youth group, died of dehydration on a hike June 15. News reports stated th...

   
 

The World’s Smartest Computer Will Help Treat 10,...

Article by Washington Post | Published 06/29/16 | Comments (0)

IBM’s supercomputer Watson, known for its “Jeopardy” prowess, is teaming up with the Department of Veterans Affairs in a...

   
 

FDA Has A Few Questions For Makers Of Hand Sanitizer

Article by AP | Published 06/29/16 | Comments (0)

Washington - Federal health officials want to know whether hand sanitizers used by millions of Americans work as well as manufacturers claim &mda...

   
 

Skin Cancer On The Rise: NYC Comptroller Proposes Free ...

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 06/29/16 | Comments (0)

New York, NY - As summer vacation begins for 1.1 million schoolchildren and City pools open, New York City Comptroller Scott M. Stringer today releas...

   
 

It’s A Long, Long Shabbos

Article by Alan Freishtat, ACE-Certified Personal Fitness Trainer and certified Wellness Coach. | Published 06/27/16 | Comments (0)

We are now mired in the heart of summer and the days are approaching their peak length of the year.  6 days a week there is certainly a great ...

   
 

Health Insurer's Limit On Insulin Pumps Worries Pa...

Article by AP | Published 06/24/16 | Comments (0)

New York - Stephanie Rodenberg-Lewis wasn’t happy with her insulin pump and finally switched two years ago to another brand. Now her health ...

   
 

Former Congresswoman Helen Bentley Enters Hospice Care

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 06/22/16 | Comments (0)

A family spokesman confirms former journalist and congresswoman Helen Bentley has entered hospice care. "She entered hospice c...

   
 

Another Nachas Tour

Article by Alan Freishtat, ACE-Certified Personal Fitness Trainer and certified Wellness Coach. | Published 06/20/16 | Comments (0)

Every year in the United States, there is something called The Conference Board Job Satisfaction survey.  Using a series of questions about th...

   
 

CDC: 3 Babies With Zika-linked Birth Defects Born In US...

Article by AP | Published 06/17/16 | Comments (0)

New York - Three babies with Zika-linked birth defects have been born in the U.S., the government reported Thursday in its first accounting of outcom...

   
 

FDA Approves Stomach-Draining Obesity Treatment

Article by AP | Published 06/15/16 | Comments (0)

Washington - A new weight loss device offers a novel approach to cutting calories: draining them from the stomach before they are fully digested....

   
 

FDA: People Are Overdosing On Anti-Diarrhea Drugs

Article by AP | Published 06/08/16 | Comments (0)

Washington - Federal health officials are investigating sometimes-deadly overdoses with common anti-diarrhea drugs, a bizarre manifestation of the na...

   
 

For The First Time, More Than 4 In 10 US Women Are Obes...

Article by AP | Published 06/08/16 | Comments (0)

New York - The nation’s obesity epidemic continues to grow, led by an alarming increase among women. For the first time, more than 4 in 10 ...

   
 

Biden Unveiling Public Database For Clinical Data On Ca...

Article by AP | Published 06/07/16 | Comments (0)

Washington - Vice President Joe Biden unveiled a public database for clinical data on cancer on Monday that aims to help researchers and doctors bett...

   
 

Watch: Jewish Mother of Special Needs Child Wants Speci...

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 06/06/16 | Comments (0)

A South Florida mother is on a mission for families with special needs children. She wants restaurants to create special hours so these families can ...

   
 

Can Food Labels Kill Added Sugar?

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 06/05/16 | Comments (0)

gar is everywhere in the American diet, and now the Food and Drug Administration will begin highlighting just how much of the sweet stuff is added t...

   
 

Doctor: Baby Born In US To Mom With Zika Has Birth Defe...

Article by AP | Published 06/01/16 | Comments (0)

Hackensack, NJ - A Honduran woman infected with Zika gave birth in New Jersey to a baby girl with birth defects caused by the virus, her doctor said ...

   
 

General Mills Recalls Flour Over Possible Link To E.col...

Article by Reuters | Published 06/01/16 | Comments (0)

New York -  General Mills Inc on Tuesday issued a voluntary recall of about 10 million pounds of flour, saying it was working with health of...

   
 

A Daughter’s Death Motivates a Mother to Become a...

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 05/29/16 | Comments (0)

At a time when many people are at the prime of their career, Deborah Horenstein is just beginning hers. After raising thre...

   
 

Special Enough: An Open Letter To The Community by Yisr...

Article by Yisrael Meir And Chumie Jacobson | Published 05/29/16 | Comments (0)

“We can’t be as alone as we feel. Yes, our child is special, but he can’t be the only one like this, can h...

   
 

The Hidden Tricks to Lose Weight

Article by Alan Freishtat, ACE-Certified Personal Fitness Trainer and certified Wellness Coach | Published 05/29/16 | Comments (0)

I hope the title of his article doesn’t have you thinking that I have found some great shortcut to weight loss.  There isn&rsquo...

   
 

Major Study Links Cellphones To Cancer

Article by Bloomberg | Published 05/28/16 | Comments (0)

Research in rats is re-igniting the long-running debate over whether mobile-phone use can cause cancer. Two types of tumors &md...

   
 

96-year-old Dr. Heimlich Uses His Maneuver For First Ti...

Article by Reuters | Published 05/27/16 | Comments (0)

Cincinnati -  Dr. Henry Heimlich, the 96-year-old Cincinnati surgeon credited with inventing the lifesaving technique named for him, used it ...

   
 

Report: 1st US Case Of Germ Resistant To Last Resort Dr...

Article by AP | Published 05/26/16 | Comments (0)

New York -  Officials are reporting the first U.S. human case of bacteria resistant to an antibiotic used as a last resort drug. &l...

   
 

Here We Go Again

Article by Alan Freishtat, ACE-Certified Personal Fitness Trainer and certified Wellness Coach. | Published 05/23/16 | Comments (0)

It is after Pesach.  All of the things that you have been putting off until “after the holidays” are now staring you squar...

   
 

Why The Sugar Industry Hates The FDA’s New Nutrit...

Article by Washington Post | Published 05/21/16 | Comments (0)

In early 2014, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced that it was going to consider making a few changes to the nutrition facts label found ...

   
 

Almost Half Of Heart Attacks Are Silent; They're S...

Article by AP | Published 05/18/16 | Comments (0)

Chicago - Almost half of all heart attacks cause no obvious symptoms, yet they can still be life-threatening, according to research on more than 9,00...

   
 

Report: Genetically Altered Food Safe But Not Curing Hu...

Article by AP | Published 05/17/16 | Comments (0)

Washington - Genetically manipulated food remains generally safe for humans and the environment, a high-powered science advisory board declared in a ...

   
 

Israeli Tech Ready To Take On Zika-Carrying Mosquito

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 05/17/16 | Comments (0)

While the world seeks a medical intervention, Biofeed’s no-spray...

   
 

Chemical Spill In Yerushalayim, Residents Told To Remai...

Article by Jerusalem Post | Published 05/17/16 | Comments (0)

Jerusalem - Forces specializing in hazmat warned Jerusalem residents of a mysterious chemical which had spilled from a loaded truck onto the streets ...

   
 

New York City Investigating Chicken Pox Outbreak in Wil...

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 05/16/16 | Comments (0)

The city's health department is investigating an outbreak of chicken pox in the Orthodox Jewish community of Williamsburg. Sev...

   
 

After Delay, Calorie Counts To Hit U.S. Restaurant Menu...

Article by Reuters | Published 05/16/16 | Comments (0)

Washington -  U.S. restaurant owners will have an extra five months to post the calorie counts of the food they sell under a new federal dea...

   
 

Brain Scans Find Protein A Marker Of Alzheimer's D...

Article by AP | Published 05/12/16 | Comments (0)

Washington - Scientists are peeking inside living brains to watch for the first time as a toxic duo of plaques and tangles interact to drive Alzheime...

   
 

Publix Recalls Cranberry Nut And Seed Mix Due To Possib...

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 05/11/16 | Comments (0)

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Hello My Name is... Anxiety

Article by SHEMESH | Published 05/10/16 | Comments (0)

Question:  What do 3 psychologists, 2 psychiatrists and 3 counselors have in common?  Answer:  ...

   
 

Why I Chose This

Article by Alan Freishtat, ACE-Certified Personal Fitness Trainer and certified Wellness Coach | Published 05/10/16 | Comments (0)

As a certified personal trainer, I am required to renew my certification every two years.  In order to do that, I must do a certain number of ...

   
 

Feds Release Gas In NYC Subway To Study For Potential ...

Article by AP | Published 05/09/16 | Comments (0)

New York - Men in orange vests released a harmless, invisible, odorless gas on a subway platform at Grand Central terminal on Monday, part of a test ...

   
 

‘Rare Case’ of Identical Triplets Born to A...

Article by Ruthie Blum | Published 05/09/16 | Comments (0)

A set of identical triplets was released from an Israeli hospital on Sunday, after spending the month since their birth in the preemie ward, Israel&a...

   
 

Two Minutes Playing This Video Game Could Help Scientis...

Article by Washington Post | Published 05/07/16 | Comments (0)

Michael Hornberger always enjoys watching his kids play the video game he helped create. Their small fingers move deftly across their sleek cell phon...

   
 

Study: Cell Phones Linked To ‘Slew Of Health Issu...

Article by CBS Baltimore | Published 05/05/16 | Comments (0)

For years, we’ve heard of a possible link between cell phone use and cancer. Now, this week, researchers in Baltimore say the evidence is c...

   
 

Rav Moshe Feinstein, Zatzal, on Doctors – a Revie...

Article by Rabbi Yair Hoffman for 5TJT | Published 05/05/16 | Comments (0)

Some people in the medical profession are not going to be too happy about this particular column. So what did Rav Moshe, zt”l, fe...

   
 

Health Department: No Known Illnesses From Mouse Poison...

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 05/05/16 | Comments (0)

ANN ARBOR (WWJ) – The Washtenaw County Health Department has been fielding calls from people who shopped at Ann...

   
 

Heroin Epidemic Widespread Across Maryland

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 05/05/16 | Comments (0)

The spreading heroin problem is being described as cheap, powerful and p...

   
 

New York City To Pay U.S. $4.3 Million In Medicare Frau...

Article by Reuters | Published 05/04/16 | Comments (0)

New York - New York City agreed to pay the U.S. government $4.3 million to settle a civil fraud lawsuit accusing the city’s fire department...

   
 

Nursing Home Investigated After Man In Wheelchair, Left...

Article by AP | Published 05/04/16 | Comments (0)

Pinellas, FL - A Florida nursing home is under investigation after the death of a man in a wheelchair who was left in the sun, where he suffered seco...

   
 

He is Disabled??!

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 05/03/16 | Comments (0)

We all have complaints. Some of us sit back with the attitude of ‘What can I do? If only I had such and such, then I would be able to accompl...

   
 

35 Problems and ONE Solution?

Article by Alan Freishtat, ACE-Certified Personal Fitness Trainer and certified Wellness Coach. | Published 05/02/16 | Comments (0)

I’ve done it before and I’ll do it again.  I open the top drawer of my desk and I point a...

   
 

In Rare Procedure, Israeli Doctors Save Gazan Child Fro...

Article by Israel Hayom | Published 04/28/16 | Comments (0)

A rare procedure performed at the Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem has prevented a 3-year-old Palestinian boy from the Gaza Strip from becoming p...

   
 

Feds Issue New Standards For Medicaid Insurance Plans

Article by AP | Published 04/26/16 | Comments (0)

Washington -  The Obama administration Monday set new standards for Medicaid private insurance plans, which in recent years have become the ...

   
 

Watch: Pesach Psak Halacha For Medical Cannabis; Rav Ch...

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 04/20/16 | Comments (0)

Rabbi Yitzchak Zilberstein Shlita has ruled that medical cannabis that does not come into contact with grains is kosher for Pesach without fear of kitn...

   
 

Pesach 5776 - Keep It Off This Time!

Article by Alan Freishtat, ACE-Certified Personal Fitness Trainer and certified Wellness Coach | Published 04/19/16 | Comments (0)

We’ve all been there—you lose weight on some weight loss plan or program, you feel great and you are rightfully proud of your accom...

   
 

Just When the Going Gets Tough

Article by Alan Freishtat, ACE-Certified Personal Fitness Trainer and certified Wellness Coach. | Published 04/10/16 | Comments (0)

We are in the thick of it now.  It’s that time of year when the seasonal stressors can take their toll if we allow them to. ...

   
 

Media Monitor: Abbas Tells Palestinians Entire State of...

Article by Ruthie Blum | Published 04/06/16 | Comments (0)

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas speaks in “two languages” when articulating his policies on Israel, a Jerus...

   
 

Mom Delays Brain Cancer Treatment to Save Unborn Son Wh...

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 03/31/16 | Comments (0)

Pregnant New York mom Kim Vaillancourt is delaying brain cancer treatment to save the unborn son she credits with saving her first. ...

   
 

U.S. Firms Target Investment In Israeli Medical Marijua...

Article by Reuters | Published 03/30/16 | Comments (0)

Tel Aviv - Already a pioneer in high-tech and cutting-edge agriculture, Israel is starting to attract American companies looking to bring medical mar...

   
 

Welch's Co-Brands with Manischewitz to Compete wit...

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 03/29/16 | Comments (0)

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Have a Cup Of Coffee-or Four!

Article by Alan Freishtat, ACE-Certified Personal Fitness Trainer and certified Wellness Coach. | Published 03/28/16 | Comments (0)

If  there is a list of frequently asked questions that people ask me, one of the questions I would list is, “Is it bad to drink coff...

   
 

Important Tips for Those Who Drink on Purim

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 03/23/16 | Comments (0)

It is worth knowing that hangovers can be avoided. With a little knowledge and care, you can still get drunk to the point of “ad delo yada&am...

   
 

Despite Its Successes, Obama's Health-Care Act Rem...

Article by Bloomberg View | Published 03/23/16 | Comments (0)

The following editorial appears on Bloomberg View: Unless Congress finds a way to repeal the ...

   
 

Watch: Urgent Shiur on Halachos of Drinking on Purim (V...

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 03/23/16 | Comments (0)

Urgent Shiur on Halachos of Drinking on Purim ...

   
 

Purim Costume Gone Wrong: Boy Dresses Up As Pushka, Swa...

Article by Jerusalem Post | Published 03/22/16 | Comments (0)

Jerusalem - A five year old boy from Jerusalem took his Purim costume a little too seriously this year when, dressed up as a charity box, he decided ...

   
 

More Doctors Are Prescribing Exercise Instead Of Medica...

Article by AP | Published 03/15/16 | Comments (0)

Boston - When Dr. Michelle Johnson scribbles out prescriptions, the next stop for many of her patients is the gym, not the pharmacy. ...

   
 

Planning on Drinking This Purim? Read This!

Article by Alan Freishtat, ACE-Certified Personal Fitness Trainer and certified Wellness Coach. | Published 03/16/16 | Comments (0)

Now that Chodesh Adar II has arrived, we are fully into the month(s) of simchah, and are all awaiting Purim. Many people in my nei...

   
 

First-Ever Dissolving Heart Stent Gets FDA Review

Article by AP | Published 03/14/16 | Comments (0)

Washington - A disappearing medical implant will get a closer look from the Food and Drug Administration this week. The FDA meets o...

   
 

RPT-Israel Launches First Social Impact Bond To Prevent...

Article by Reuters | Published 03/14/16 | Comments (0)

Tel Aviv - Some 2,250 Israelis at risk of Type 2 diabetes will be helped to make lifestyle changes that could prevent the disease developing under a ...

   
 

Amid Terror Wave, Israeli Researcher Finds Way To Quick...

Article by Jerusalem Post | Published 03/14/16 | Comments (0)

Jerusalem - A new method for stopping uncontrolled bleeding of victims that could save many who have been as been stabbed by terrorists has been deve...

   
 

Rattled By Drug Price Increases, Hospitals Seek Ways To...

Article by Washington Post | Published 03/13/16 | Comments (0)

Doctors at the University Hospitals of Cleveland see an immediately recognizable symbol pop up alongside certain drugs when they sign in online these...

   
 

Israeli Placental Cell Therapy Could Cure Radiation Sic...

Article by Reuters | Published 03/09/16 | Comments (0)

Haifa, Israel - Israeli biotech firm Pluristem Therapeutics said it hopes its anti-radiation therapy will protect Fukushima workers decommissioning n...

   
 

Medicare To Test New Payment Model For Some Outpatient...

Article by AP | Published 03/08/16 | Comments (0)

Washington - Medicare proposed a nationwide experiment Tuesday into new ways to pay for drugs administered in a doctor’s office, including ...

   
 

Obama Remains In Excellent Health, Lowers Cholesterol L...

Article by AP | Published 03/08/16 | Comments (0)

Washington - President Barack Obama is in excellent health and is getting into better shape, lowering his cholesterol level and gaining muscle since ...

   
 

Bernie Sanders Mental Health Joke Slammed By Jewish Dis...

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 03/07/16 | Comments (0)

The Ruderman Family Foundation, a Jewish organization that prioritizes disability rights and inclusion, ...

   
 

How Stress Affects Cancer’s Spread

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 03/06/16 | Comments (0)

A mouse study reveals how chronic stress remodels lymphatic vasculature to facilitate the spread of tumor cells....