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How Diet Can Affect Your Sleep

Feb 12
A new study finds that just one day of eating foods high unsaturated fat and sugar, but low in fiber, could mean lighter and more disrupted rest.

Detroit Youth Passages Paper Documents Social Stigma on Vulnerable Youth

Feb 11
Detroit Youth Passages research suggests that those who reside in socially and economically marginalized places may be marked by a 'stigma of place' that influences their sense of self, daily experiences, and relations with outsiders.

New App Lets You Monitor Your Elderly Parents in Their Own Home

By EDGE | Feb 10
The new app HeyMomDad lets you keep your elderly parents in their own home, while seeing and hearing in real time that they are safe.

Obama's Budget Maintains Commitment to Domestic HIV/Hepatitis Programs

By EDGE | Feb 10
The AIDS Institute was pleased to see that President Barack Obama had maintained his commitment to domestic HIV and hepatitis programs.

Presence Saint Joseph Medical Center Cardiologist Fights for Heart Awareness

Feb 9
During February, Heart Health Month, Cardiologist Mary Gordon, D.O., plans to get the word out about a silent killer of women.

HIVMA Recommends Doctors, Patients Discuss Need for Common Tests

By EDGE | Feb 9
On February 8, the HIV Medicine Association released recommendations on commonly ordered, but not always necessary tests and procedures, to help patients and medical providers.

Ways to Love Your Heart During Heart Health Month

By EDGE | Feb 8
On Heart Health Month, Jacob Teitelbaum, MD, shares a few top tips on "'Ways to Love Your Heart."

Chipotle Stores to Open Later on Monday for Worker Meeting

Feb 8
Chipotle restaurants across the U.S. are opening later than usual Monday so workers can attend a meeting about the chain's recent food safety scares.

Americans Need More Exercise to Prevent Heart Disease, Survey Shows

Feb 8
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in this country, killing someone every 84 seconds.

New Study Shows Men Dominate Coverage of Women's Reproductive Issues

By EDGE | Feb 8
Male voices and perspectives eclipse female ones -- even in coverage of women's reproductive issues -- according to research by the Women's Media Center.

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