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'Complacency Is Dangerous' In Global HIV/AIDS Fight: A Lancet Ed

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Global Healthcare Market Trends, Opportunities & Prospects Reviewed in New Report Available at MarketPublishers.com

sfgate.com — “New research report "Home Healthcare Market (Equipment, Service & Telehealth/Telemedicine) Current Trends, Opportunities & Global Forecasts to 2016" provided by MarketsandMarkets has been recently published by...View full resource at sfgate.com

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Global Healthcare Market Trends, Opportunities & Prospects Reviewed in New ...: New research report "Home Health... http://t.co/mkjVftBR

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New Healthx Infographic Charts Mobile Healthcare Trends

marketwire.com — “INDIANAPOLIS, IN--(Marketwire - Apr 2, 2012) - According to a newly released infographic ( http://healthx.com/images/uploads/images/Infographic-Mobile-Technology.pdf ) by healthcare solutions company Healthx, the rising trend in mobile healthcare apps is here to stay. Healthx, which recently released its own mobile app to help healthcare payers connect with members, found that mobile...View full resource at marketwire.com

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New Healthx Infographic Charts Mobile Healthcare Trends #healthapps #mhealth (via @Marketwire) http://t.co/Fj2elFgu

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NIH awards $20M over five years to train next generation of global health researchers, April 4, 2012 News Release - National Institutes of Health (NIH)

nih.gov — “To help foster the next generation of global health scientists, Fogarty International Center and its partners at the National Institutes of Health are building a network of U.S. academic institutions to provide early-career physicians, veterinarians, dentists and scientists with a significant mentored research experience in a developing country.View full resource at nih.gov

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News: NIH awards $20M over five years to train next generation of global health researchers http://t.co/jMAJLuyP

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The American Legion opposes proposed hikes in TRICARE premiums

news-medical.net — “The leader of the nation's largest veterans service organization, The American Legion, has expressed strong opposition to proposed hikes in premiums being paid by enrollees in TRICARE, the military's health insurance program. The recently released Fiscal Year 2013 federal budget plan calls for dramatically increased TRICARE enrollment fees and pharmacy co-pays.View full resource at news-medical.net

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The American Legion opposes proposed hikes in TRICARE premiums: The leader of the nation's largest veterans serv... http://t.co/joApP0ZI

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Syngenta Named One of America?s Healthiest Companies | EHS Today

ehstoday.com — “Annual healthcare costs for employees who participate in wellness programs at Syngenta, which recently received the Platinum Well Workplace Award for 2001 from the Wellness Council of America (WELCOA), average nearly $1,000 less than the costs for employees who do not participate. Syngenta, a global agribusiness, employs more than 4,400 people across 90 U.S. sites and 45 field locations.View full resource at ehstoday.com

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Syngenta Named One of America’s Healthiest Companies http://t.co/ZaNeG2J0 #health

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Our own local global hero — Bill Foege — says poverty is the ‘single biggest problem’ in global public health | SaportaReport

saportareport.com — “Finally Bill Foege is getting his due. Foege, who may have saved more lives than any other person on earth, recently was honored with Georgia Tech’s 2012 Ivan Allen Jr. Prize for Social Courage. But for most Atlantans, Foege is an unknown hero. Few realize he has been director of the CDC, executive director of the Carter Center, senior fellow at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and co-founder of the Task Force for Global Health.View full resource at saportareport.com

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Global hero — Bill Foege — says poverty is the ‘single biggest problem’ in global public health http://t.co/LsuzXgdI

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Weighty Matters blogger dismantles chocolate news release & study

healthnewsreview.org — “Weighty Matters blogger dismantles chocolate news release & studyView full resource at healthnewsreview.org

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Weighty Matters blogger @YoniFreedhoff dismantles chocolate news release & study - http://t.co/8SjzywsP

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Investing in America's Health - Trust for America's Health

healthyamericans.org — “Investing in America's Health - Trust for America's HealthView full resource at healthyamericans.org

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Most Recently Shared on March 26, 2012 at 1:04 pm By:

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State public health budgets have taken a hit in recent years. New report from @HealthyAmerica1 looks at funding: http://t.co/eVnOamlA

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Blog posts comment on World TB Day

news-medical.net — “Several blog posts recently commented on the upcoming World Tuberculosis (TB) Day, commemorated on March 24. "Despite a clear legislative mandate, the U.S. Global Health Initiative (GHI) has consistently failed to live up to the goals of" the Tom Lantos and Henry J. Hyde United States Leadership Against HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis (TB), and Malaria Reauthorization Act, passed by Congress in 2008, John Fawcett, legislative director for RESULTS, writes in the Center for Global Health Policy&#View full resource at news-medical.net

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HIV/AIDS News: Blog posts comment on World TB Day: Several blog posts recently commented on the upcoming World T... http://t.co/gOUHDopT

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Debriefing the PHI Report: Determining the true cost of a data breach - Community Blog

searchhealthit.techtarget.com — “This week I had the chance to listen to a webinar highlighting the recently released report on The Financial Impact of Breached Protected Health Information.View full resource at searchhealthit.techtarget.com

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The Psychological Effects of Global Warming - National Wildlife Federation | Joeygiggles Health Topics | Scoop.it

scoop.it — “National Wildlife Federation releases a report on the psychological effects of global warming in the United States and why the mental health care system is not prepared (RT @NWF New report download: how climate change will impact mental health in ...View full resource at scoop.it

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The Psychological Effects of Global Warming - National Wildlife Federation | @scoopit via @noralivingstone http://t.co/uC62niJl RT #JGF

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Conscious Contraceptives Kicks off College Fundraising Competition to Improve Global Sexual Health

sbwire.com — “Press Release: College students, contraceptives and HIV/AIDS prevention are coming together in a nation-wide competition this spring. Conscious Contraceptives (ConCon.org), the globally conscious organization delivering contraceptives directly to consumers through a convenient and discrete online store, announced its College Campus Competition today. The competition begins on March 4th and ends on May 1st at 12:00AM PST.View full resource at sbwire.com

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Conscious Contraceptives Kicks off College Fundraising Competition to Improve Global Sexual Health http://t.co/ZGnC1RET @conconorg

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NIAID Statement on World TB Day - March 24, 2012, March 21, 2012 News Release - National Institutes of Health (NIH)

nih.gov — “The theme of World TB Day 2012, Eliminate TB in My Lifetime, boldly challenges us to improve and expand tuberculosis (TB) control and related research efforts that recently have led to slowly declining rates of illness and death from this ancient disease. Even with the technological advances available in the early part of the 21st century, the elimination of TB will be an enormous task. TB claimed 1.45 million lives worldwide in 2010, according to the World Health Organization. An estimated one-View full resource at nih.gov

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NIAID Statement on World TB Day - March 24, 2012 - The theme of World TB Day 2012, Eliminate TB in My Lifetime, bold... http://t.co/mTFXmpvd

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NIAID Statement on World TB Day - March 24, 2012, March 21, 2012 News Release - National Institutes of Health (NIH)

nih.gov — “The theme of World TB Day 2012, Eliminate TB in My Lifetime, boldly challenges us to improve and expand tuberculosis (TB) control and related research efforts that recently have led to slowly declining rates of illness and death from this ancient disease. Even with the technological advances available in the early part of the 21st century, the elimination of TB will be an enormous task. TB claimed 1.45 million lives worldwide in 2010, according to the World Health Organization. An estimated one-View full resource at nih.gov

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News: NIAID Statement on World TB Day - March 24, 2012 http://t.co/DAjlEu8f

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New CDC Autism Numbers Coming Soon; Rate Increase to Over 1 in 100 Expected by The Canary Party - Yahoo! News

news.yahoo.com — “From Yahoo! News: CDC will be releasing new autism prevalence rates soon and it is believed that the rate will have increased to more than 1 in 100 children. The Canary Party believes it is time to treat autism as the public health emergency that it is.Minnetonka, MN (PRWEB) March 20, 2012 Officials at the Centers for Disease Control have promised to release their most recent autism prevalence numbers sometime “in the spring,” which officially begins today. ...View full resource at news.yahoo.com

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New CDC Autism Numbers Coming Soon; Rate Increase to Over 1 in 100 Expected by The Canary Pa... http://t.co/HArC15h0 #health

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