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Computer Health Pioneer Victor Strecher Receives 2014 Elizabeth Fries Health Education Award
BALTIMORE, MD--(Marketwired - March 20, 2014) - Victor Strecher, Ph.D., M.P.H., today was presented with the 2014 Elizabeth Fries Health Education Award at the 65th Annual Meeting of the Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE). The James F. and Sarah T

Florida Medical Executive Receives Lifetime Achievement Award
WASHINGTON, DC--(Marketwired - November 18, 2013) - The American Medical Association (AMA) presented E. Russell Jackson, senior vice president at the Florida Medical Association (FMA), with the Medical Executive Lifetime Achievement Award. The award is given by the AMA to honor a medical association executive who has contributed substantially to the goals and ideals of the medical profession.

Communication between couples 'key to improving men's diets'
Women try to keep their husbands on a healthy food track, but a number of men tend to secretly binge on unhealthy diet when away from home, according to a new research.

TIBCO Software Grows Total Revenue by 20% Over Q4 2010
TIBCO Software Inc. (NASDAQ: TIBX) today announced results for its fourth quarter and fiscal year, which ended on November 30, 2011.

Low vitamin D linked to early menstruation, health problems later in life
Low vitamin D in young girls may lead to early menstruation, which is a risk factor for a host of health problems for teen girls as well as women later in life, according to a new study.

Gay men 'seeking long-term romance online likelier to engage in safe sex'
A new study has suggested that men don't always look for sexual hookups from online dating but they also seek long-term romance, which are more likely to engage in protected sex.

Piece-by-piece info about cancer therapy options yield larger benefits
A new study has found that women who choose among different reast cancer treatment options make smarter choices when getting the information and making ecisions in small doses rather than all at once, as is customary.

Worrying about breast cancer returning can hit women's quality of life
Some women with early stage breast cancer are vulnerable to excessive worrying about cancer recurrence, according to a new study.

Cranberry juice not effective against urinary tract infections: Study
A new study has suggested that cranberry juice is not effective against urinary tract infections.

Tiny blood vessels in the eye show pollution-heart disease link
By digitally photographing tiny blood vessels in our eyes, researchers have found a way to link exposure to air pollution with a higher risk of heart disease.

Being too clean could make you prone to more allergies
A new study has indicated that young people may suffer more allergies if they are overexposed to anti­bacterial soaps containing triclosan.

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