Thousands of your neighbors and friends are asking themselves if the Flu Vaccine is right for them. Flu season is just a few sneezes and coughs away. There are hundreds of ads from local pharmacies to hospitals to your own physician telling you to get one. But some vaccine companies are hoping that you wait and there are plenty of groups telling anyone who will listen, to avoid them completely.
Vitamin D is a fat soluble Vitamin that helps with intestinal absorption of several other compounds including: Iron, Calcium, Magnesium, Zinc and more. There is a push to better understand both the risks of low Vitamin D as well as the vast effect of this Vitamin on health.
Recently the CDC or Centers for Disease Control and Prevention indicated that there are about 20 million new infections each year in the United States.
As of Monday July 16th – the Food and Drug Administration – approved the Truvada as a prescription medication to prevent high risk patients from being exposed to HIV.
Giving birth by Cesarean section or also called Cesarean section and C-section can be a difficult choice. For many it becomes a life saving measure during an emergency while giving birth.
A breakdown, bust and several arrests follow weeks of information and interviews. Those arrested were from five different states including: Louisiana, New York, Florida, Michigan, and Texas. The total amount that has been allegedly scams sits currently at $251 million.
Now that World AIDS day is over, there are several things that need to be done. Action is important in this fight against AIDS as well. Both by the community and leaders.
The World recognition of AIDS day is Tuesday, December 1st 2009. Every year memorials, testing, and other disease related issues come to a forefront. 40,000+ individuals in the united states are affected with AIDS each year.
Medicaid began in 1965 under the Social Security ACT under Title XIX. Harry Truman initiated the idea of a national health insurance plan in 1945. Many worried about a “socialized health care” transformation and it wasn’t until 1965 that President Lyndon Johnson signed this plan into law. – Medicaid was initiated along with Medicare.