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Color Training used to Lose Weight

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A unique workout is using color as a guide to target different heart rate zones and burn calories.
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GPS-Like Technology Used for Cancer Detection at UMMC

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GPS-like technology could be coming to hospitals to “map” the body. It’s called Electromagnetic navigation bronchoscopy (ENB), and it debuted at University of Mississippi Medical Center in February. ENB uses special catheters that extend to parts of the lung that regular bronchoscopies can’t reach, according to Dr. Pierre de Delva. Dr. de Delva is the thoracic surgeon and assistant professor of surgery at UMMC. According to a news release from UMMC, The GPS-like sensors will be used with a l... More>>

Docs Still Prescribing Codeine to Kids

There are safety concerns surrounding kids and codeine There are safety concerns surrounding kids and codeine
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Many doctors are still prescribing codeine for children despite safety concerns, according to an article published in Pediatrics.
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  • Little Known Facts about Caffeine

    Little Known Facts about Caffeine

    Wednesday, March 26 2014 11:56 AM EDT2014-03-26 15:56:49 GMT
    Coffee in the MakingCoffee in the Making
    A hundred milligrams of caffeine a day are enough to get a person hooked. That’s equivalent to 3 Coca-Colas or two bags of Lipton tea.
    A hundred milligrams of caffeine a day are enough to get a person hooked. That’s equivalent to 3 Coca-Colas or two bags of Lipton tea.
  • Alcohol Not Frequently Listed as Cause of Death

    Alcohol Not Frequently Listed as Cause of Death

    Monday, March 24 2014 12:00 PM EDT2014-03-24 16:00:20 GMT
    A new study comparing traffic deaths to death certificates finds alcohol is not frequently listed as a cause of death. U.S. researchers looked at traffic deaths over 10 years.
    A new study comparing traffic deaths to death certificates finds alcohol is not frequently listed as a cause of death. U.S. researchers looked at traffic deaths over 10 years.
  • Jackson No Longer the Allergy Capital

    Jackson No Longer the Allergy Capital

    Tuesday, April 22 2014 11:33 AM EDT2014-04-22 15:33:52 GMT
    Mississippi’s capital city fell four spots from last year to number five in 2014 rankings.
    Mississippi’s capital city fell four spots from last year to number five in 2014 rankings.
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  • Summer Safety Tips for Parents

    Summer Safety Tips for Parents

    Monday, April 21 2014 6:47 PM EDT2014-04-21 22:47:28 GMT
    Fun in the Sun has it's perks, but you have to be safe!Fun in the Sun has it's perks, but you have to be safe!
    Every summer, we remind parents why it's important to teach their children warm weather safety.
    Every summer, we remind parents why it's important to teach their children warm weather safety.
  • Fussy Toddlers Watch More TV, Study Says

    Fussy Toddlers Watch More TV, Study Says

    Thursday, April 17 2014 11:26 AM EDT2014-04-17 15:26:56 GMT
    Fussy toddlers tend to watch more television and videos than kids who are less irritable.
    Fussy toddlers tend to watch more television and videos than kids who are less irritable.
  • City Hears Proposal to Expand Senior Services

    City Hears Proposal to Expand Senior Services

    Thursday, April 10 2014 5:47 PM EDT2014-04-10 21:47:57 GMT
    The City of Natchez is considering building a $930,000 satellite senior center in North Natchez Park. 
    The City of Natchez is considering building a $930,000 satellite senior center in North Natchez Park. 
  • Study & Sleep Habits Affected by Limited Screen Time

    Study & Sleep Habits Affected by Limited Screen Time

    Monday, April 7 2014 10:33 AM EDT2014-04-07 14:33:09 GMT
    A study shows that when parents set limits on screen time, their kids saw an improvement in their social behavior and grades. The research was published in the journal JAMA Pediatrics and also explained that the children’s Body Mass Index (BMI) and their sleep habits were also improved by limited sleep time. They say the improvements were small but measurable, suggesting even tiny tweaks to a child's screen time can have an influence. The study looked at the tech habits of kids in third-gra...
    A study shows that when parents set limits on screen time, their kids saw an improvement in their social behavior and grades. The research was published in the journal JAMA Pediatrics and also explained that the children’s Body Mass Index (BMI) and their sleep habits were also improved by limited sleep time. They say the improvements were small but measurable, suggesting even tiny tweaks to a child's screen time can have an influence. The study looked at the tech habits of kids in third-gra...
  • Rise and Shine: Study Encourages Morning Sunlight Exposure

    Rise and Shine: Study Encourages Morning Sunlight Exposure

    Friday, April 4 2014 3:00 PM EDT2014-04-04 19:00:43 GMT
    Researchers say soaking up the sun between 8:00 a.m. and 12:00 noon is beneficial for your BMIResearchers say soaking up the sun between 8:00 a.m. and 12:00 noon is beneficial for your BMI
    Researchers say people who get most of their exposure to light (as in the sun) early in the day had a significantly lower body mass index than those who got most of their light later in the day. They found light impacted about 20 percent of someone’s BMI (Body Mass Index). The study was done at Northwestern University’s School of Medicine, and says the key time to get bright light is between 8 am and noon, and if you get 20-30 minutes of light during that time, it can impact a person’s BMI. ...
    Researchers say people who get most of their exposure to light (as in the sun) early in the day had a significantly lower body mass index than those who got most of their light later in the day. They found light impacted about 20 percent of someone’s BMI (Body Mass Index). The study was done at Northwestern University’s School of Medicine, and says the key time to get bright light is between 8 am and noon, and if you get 20-30 minutes of light during that time, it can impact a person’s BMI. ...
  • Discovery U Day Coming to Children's Museum

    Discovery U Day Coming to Children's Museum

    Thursday, April 3 2014 11:55 AM EDT2014-04-03 15:55:33 GMT
    Graduate students are connecting to the community to bring science to the Mississippi Children’s Museum… at least for a weekend. University of Mississippi Medical Center says children and their families can discover the exciting world of biomedical science during Discovery U Day at the Mississippi Children’s Museum on Saturday, April 12 from 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. Thanks to volunteers from the School of Graduate Studies in the Health Sciences at UMMC, children will go on a very berry DNA hunt, di...
    Graduate students are connecting to the community to bring science to the Mississippi Children’s Museum… at least for a weekend. University of Mississippi Medical Center says children and their families can discover the exciting world of biomedical science during Discovery U Day at the Mississippi Children’s Museum on Saturday, April 12 from 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. Thanks to volunteers from the School of Graduate Studies in the Health Sciences at UMMC, children will go on a very berry DNA hunt, di...
  • Free Oral Cancer Screenings

    Free Oral Cancer Screenings

    Wednesday, April 2 2014 3:50 PM EDT2014-04-02 19:50:13 GMT
    Free screenings for oral cancer will be offered at the University of Mississippi Medical Center Cancer Clinic in the Jackson Medical Mall on Wednesday, April 23, from 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. The screenings are part of Oral, Head and Neck Cancer Awareness Week. UMMC’s Department of Otolaryngology and the Division of Oral Oncology will provide the screenings, which take about 10 minutes. Staff from The ACT Center for Tobacco Treatment, Education and Research will promote tobacco cessation. H...
    Free screenings for oral cancer will be offered at the University of Mississippi Medical Center Cancer Clinic in the Jackson Medical Mall on Wednesday, April 23, from 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. The screenings are part of Oral, Head and Neck Cancer Awareness Week. UMMC’s Department of Otolaryngology and the Division of Oral Oncology will provide the screenings, which take about 10 minutes. Staff from The ACT Center for Tobacco Treatment, Education and Research will promote tobacco cessation. H...
  • Alli Recalled After Foreign Pills Found in Bottles

    Alli Recalled After Foreign Pills Found in Bottles

    Thursday, March 27 2014 4:21 PM EDT2014-03-27 20:21:50 GMT
    Recall: Foreign Pills Found in Alli BottlesRecall: Foreign Pills Found in Alli Bottles
    The Associated Press: GlaxoSmithKline is recalling the weight loss drug Alli after receiving reports that other pills and tablets are being found in the bottles. The over-the-counter drug comes in a turquoise blue capsule with a dark blue band and the text "60 Orlistat." However, consumers have been finding a range of tablets in the bottles, the British drugmaker said Thursday, GlaxoSmithKline also says some bottles...
    The Associated Press: GlaxoSmithKline is recalling the weight loss drug Alli after receiving reports that other pills and tablets are being found in the bottles. The over-the-counter drug comes in a turquoise blue capsule with a dark blue band and the text "60 Orlistat." However, consumers have been finding a range of tablets in the bottles, the British drugmaker said Thursday, GlaxoSmithKline also says some bottles...
  • Graveyard Shift Kills Brain Cells

    Graveyard Shift Kills Brain Cells

    Thursday, March 27 2014 10:44 AM EDT2014-03-27 14:44:13 GMT
    Researchers say that long-term sleep deprivation by working overnight takes power from the brain and kills brain cells. This is according to an article published in the Journal of Neuroscience.
    Researchers say that long-term sleep deprivation by working overnight takes power from the brain and kills brain cells. This is according to an article published in the Journal of Neuroscience.
  • Study Suggests Stress May Lead to Infertility

    Study Suggests Stress May Lead to Infertility

    Wednesday, March 26 2014 11:16 AM EDT2014-03-26 15:16:45 GMT
    Women with the highest levels of stress decrease their probability of getting pregnant by nearly 30 percent.
    Women with the highest levels of stress decrease their probability of getting pregnant by nearly 30 percent.
  • Chocolate Gets the Job Done, Researchers Say

    Chocolate Gets the Job Done, Researchers Say

    Tuesday, March 25 2014 11:07 AM EDT2014-03-25 15:07:13 GMT
    700 Workers were tested, studied700 Workers were tested, studied
    Chocolate at work, paired with videos of stand-up comedy, increases productivity at work by 10 to 12 percent.
    Chocolate at work, paired with videos of stand-up comedy, increases productivity at work by 10 to 12 percent.
  • No Benefit from Water Births

    No Benefit from Water Births

    Friday, March 21 2014 11:07 AM EDT2014-03-21 15:07:05 GMT
    Giving birth in water doesn't offer any special benefit for babies or mothers.
    Giving birth in water doesn't offer any special benefit for babies or mothers.
  • Your Thoughts Make You

    Your Thoughts Make You

    Friday, March 21 2014 10:48 AM EDT2014-03-21 14:48:04 GMT
    Researchers found that people age 60 or older who said they enjoyed life less were more likely to develop a disability over an eight year period, and a recent review of more than 200 studies found a connection between positive thinking and lowered risk of cardiovascular disease. Research has also found that happiness is linked to genetics and environment when we're young - two factors that aren’t as controllable. They say being able to manage life's speed bumps - in essence regulating negat...
    Researchers found that people age 60 or older who said they enjoyed life less were more likely to develop a disability over an eight year period, and a recent review of more than 200 studies found a connection between positive thinking and lowered risk of cardiovascular disease. Research has also found that happiness is linked to genetics and environment when we're young - two factors that aren’t as controllable. They say being able to manage life's speed bumps - in essence regulating negat...
  • Chocolate for Health

    Chocolate for Health

    Thursday, March 20 2014 11:31 AM EDT2014-03-20 15:31:02 GMT
    Take chocolate, subtract the sugar and fat, and pack all the nutrients into one, and that's what researchers are doing in hopes that a chocolate pill could bring your heart some health benefits.
    Take chocolate, subtract the sugar and fat, and pack all the nutrients into one, and that's what researchers are doing in hopes that a chocolate pill could bring your heart some health benefits.
  • Spring is here.. and so are the Allergies

    Spring is here.. and so are the Allergies

    Thursday, March 20 2014 11:03 AM EDT2014-03-20 15:03:32 GMT
    Springtime may bring beautiful flowers, green grass, and budding trees, but for allergy suffers it can mean weeks of feeling lousy from the pollen – even if you didn’t have allergies as a child. Allergy medicine may help many with mild to moderate symptoms.
    Springtime may bring beautiful flowers, green grass, and budding trees, but for allergy suffers it can mean weeks of feeling lousy from the pollen – even if you didn’t have allergies as a child. Allergy medicine may help many with mild to moderate symptoms.
  • Math Anxiety Linked to Genetics

    Math Anxiety Linked to Genetics

    Wednesday, March 19 2014 11:23 AM EDT2014-03-19 15:23:29 GMT
    There are a number of reasons why people get anxious about math -- maybe a teacher wasn't very supportive, or you found yourself cringing at the thought of solving difficult problems -- and now a new study may help explain why some of us struggle more than others. Do you get nervous at just the sight of an equation, or shudder when someone mentions doing math?Anxiety over math is a real thing for many people and it turns out -- our genes may be to blame. Researchers at The Ohio State Unive...
    There are a number of reasons why people get anxious about math -- maybe a teacher wasn't very supportive, or you found yourself cringing at the thought of solving difficult problems -- and now a new study may help explain why some of us struggle more than others. Do you get nervous at just the sight of an equation, or shudder when someone mentions doing math?Anxiety over math is a real thing for many people and it turns out -- our genes may be to blame. Researchers at The Ohio State Unive...
  • Losing Shut Eye? You Could be Losing Brain Cells, Too

    Losing Shut Eye? You Could be Losing Brain Cells, Too

    Wednesday, March 19 2014 10:48 AM EDT2014-03-19 14:48:46 GMT
    A new study says long-term sleep deprivation saps the brain of power even after days of recovery sleep. University of Pennsylvania researchers put lab mice on an unstable sleep schedule that mirrored the schedules of shift workers. They found that when losing sleep becomes a habit, it leads to damage to a bundle of nerve cells associated with alertness and cognitive function. The study's authors admit more work needs to be done on humans. The study is published this week in the Journal of ...
    A new study says long-term sleep deprivation saps the brain of power even after days of recovery sleep. University of Pennsylvania researchers put lab mice on an unstable sleep schedule that mirrored the schedules of shift workers. They found that when losing sleep becomes a habit, it leads to damage to a bundle of nerve cells associated with alertness and cognitive function. The study's authors admit more work needs to be done on humans. The study is published this week in the Journal of ...
  • New Procedure threatens Pap Test Popularity

    New Procedure threatens Pap Test Popularity

    Tuesday, March 18 2014 1:36 PM EDT2014-03-18 17:36:37 GMT
    The pap test, which has been the gold standard for detecting cervical cancer, may be losing a bit of its luster. An FDA advisory committee unanimously recommended this week that an HP or human Pamplona test become the first line of screening for the deadly disease. The troche cobras test detects the DNA of the virus, which is the cause of more than 99% of all cervical cancers.The pap test is designed to look for abnormal cells that could indicate cervical cancer.Up until now, the pap was th...
    The pap test, which has been the gold standard for detecting cervical cancer, may be losing a bit of its luster. An FDA advisory committee unanimously recommended this week that an HP or human Pamplona test become the first line of screening for the deadly disease. The troche cobras test detects the DNA of the virus, which is the cause of more than 99% of all cervical cancers.The pap test is designed to look for abnormal cells that could indicate cervical cancer.Up until now, the pap was th...
  • Fast-Food Proximity Affects Obesity

    Fast-Food Proximity Affects Obesity

    Tuesday, March 18 2014 11:27 AM EDT2014-03-18 15:27:55 GMT
    You’re running late for work -- or hear your stomach growling -- and even if you don't want to, you turn into a fast food restaurant. Now, some new research indicates that where we live could have some real weighty effects on our bodies. Pizza, French fries, and milkshakes -- we all have our weaknesses, and "out of sight, out of mind," certainly applies to our ability to resist these indulgences because your proximity to a fast food chain is likely affecting your waist line. Researchers fou...
    You’re running late for work -- or hear your stomach growling -- and even if you don't want to, you turn into a fast food restaurant. Now, some new research indicates that where we live could have some real weighty effects on our bodies. Pizza, French fries, and milkshakes -- we all have our weaknesses, and "out of sight, out of mind," certainly applies to our ability to resist these indulgences because your proximity to a fast food chain is likely affecting your waist line. Researchers fou...
  • SPECIAL REPORT: Sweet Reality: Sugar vs. Artificial Sweeteners

    SPECIAL REPORT: Sweet Reality: Sugar vs. Artificial Sweeteners

    Thursday, February 6 2014 6:19 AM EST2014-02-06 11:19:13 GMT
    CONWAY, SC - A cup of java includes a packet of Splenda for Ed Gutknecht of Ocean Isle Beach. "I found saccharin left an after taste in your mouth and I didn't care for that, and then I went into like
    CONWAY, SC - A cup of java includes a packet of Splenda for Ed Gutknecht of Ocean Isle Beach. "I found saccharin left an after taste in your mouth and I didn't care for that, and then I went into like
  • Kraft Velveeta Cheese Skillet Singles recalled

    Kraft Velveeta Cheese Skillet Singles recalled

    ALBANY, N.Y. - There is a recall on nearly 2 million pounds of Kraft Velveeta Cheese Skillet Singles, which are being removed from store shelves. The product contains soy, but there was no warning on
    There is a recall on nearly 2 million pounds of Kraft Velveeta Cheese Skillet Singles, which are being removed from store shelves.
  • Obesity may be linked to income

    Obesity may be linked to income

    Wednesday, January 15 2014 7:52 AM EST2014-01-15 12:52:00 GMT
    Combating childhood obesity is a topic a lot of us are invested in. Even First Lady Michelle Obama has made it one of her priorities. A recent study shows, for some kids, it may be more about their parents
    Combating childhood obesity is a topic a lot of us are invested in. Even First Lady Michelle Obama has made it one of her priorities. A recent study shows, for some kids, it may be more about their parents
  • Should you get a lung cancer screening?

    Should you get a lung cancer screening?

    New guidelines recommend a yearly low-dose CT scan to check for lung cancer in people considered at high risk for the disease.
    New guidelines recommend a yearly low-dose CT scan to check for lung cancer in people considered at high risk for the disease.
  • Study: Nearly 70% of adults experience digital eye strain from staring at their computer screens

    Study: Nearly 70% of adults experience digital eye strain from staring at their computer screens

    Friday, January 10 2014 10:22 AM EST2014-01-10 15:22:26 GMT
    Study: Nearly 70% of adults experience digital eye strain from staring at their computer screens A new study released Thursday revealed that nearly 70 percent of American adults experience eye strain
    Study: Nearly 70% of adults experience digital eye strain from staring at their computer screens A new study released Thursday revealed that nearly 70 percent of American adults experience eye strain
  • Flu Medicine Tamiflu in Short Supply

    Flu Medicine Tamiflu in Short Supply

    Thursday, January 9 2014 5:33 PM EST2014-01-09 22:33:59 GMT
    HENRICO (WRIC) - According to the CDC, Virginia and half of the United States is experiencing widespread flu activity. "As the flu spreads, more and more people are immune to that strand of the flu so
    Due to the large number of flu cases the medicine Tamiflu which is used to reduce the severity of flu symptoms is in short supply.
  • Report: flu now widespread in Mass.

    Report: flu now widespread in Mass.

    Monday, December 30 2013 9:47 AM EST2013-12-30 14:47:02 GMT
    The Bay State has been added to the list of states where the flu is now widespread.
    The Bay State has been added to the list of states where the flu is now widespread.
  • Beat the holidays blues

    Beat the holidays blues

    Tuesday, December 24 2013 8:18 AM EST2013-12-24 13:18:56 GMT
    The holidays can be overwhelming, turning what some call the most wonderful time of the year into the hardest to handle. "Expectations are really high this time of year to have the house decorated, be
    The holidays can be overwhelming, turning what some call the most wonderful time of the year into the hardest to handle. "Expectations are really high this time of year to have the house decorated, be
  • Smoking-Suppressant Concerns Cleared

    Smoking-Suppressant Concerns Cleared

    Friday, December 13 2013 12:35 PM EST2013-12-13 17:35:03 GMT
    A new study published by the American Heart Association says 3 popular methods used to quit smoking do not increase the risk of heart attack or strokes.
    A new study published by the American Heart Association says 3 popular methods used to quit smoking do not increase the risk of heart attack or strokes.
  • Go Red For Women Premiere Party

    Go Red For Women Premiere Party

    Tuesday, November 12 2013 7:02 PM EST2013-11-13 00:02:53 GMT
    From the American Heart Association:On Tuesday, November 19, 2013, the American Heart Association and St. Dominic Hospital are holding a Go Red for Women Premier Party at Duling Hall from 6-8 p.m.
    From the American Heart Association:On Tuesday, November 19, 2013, the American Heart Association and St. Dominic Hospital are holding a Go Red for Women Premier Party at Duling Hall from 6-8 p.m.
  • Local Sorority To Host 5k Walk

    Local Sorority To Host 5k Walk

    Thursday, September 26 2013 7:02 PM EDT2013-09-26 23:02:45 GMT
    A local sorority will host its first 5k walk/run on Saturday, September 28. The Rho Lambda Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority is hosting the event at JSU's Walter Payton Center at 8 am.
    A local sorority will host its first 5k walk/run on Saturday, September 28. The Rho Lambda Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority is hosting the event at JSU's Walter Payton Center at 8 am.
  • Seven New Areas Identified

    Seven New Areas Identified

    Monday, March 4 2013 7:04 PM EST2013-03-05 00:04:33 GMT
    A group of international researchers has found seven new areas on chromosomes associated with age-related macular degeneration. The eye disease is a leading cause of blindness. Researchers hope pinpointing
    A group of international researchers has found seven new areas on chromosomes associated with age-related macular degeneration. The eye disease is a leading cause of blindness. Researchers hope pinpointing
  • Eat Mediterranean, Help Your Heart

    Eat Mediterranean, Help Your Heart

    Tuesday, February 26 2013 6:47 PM EST2013-02-26 23:47:59 GMT
    Researchers tracked people on both the Low-Fat Diet and the Mediterranean and found that the Mediterranean diet is better for your health. They tracked people on each diet for five years. Findings indicate
    Researchers tracked people on both the Low-Fat Diet and the Mediterranean and found that the Mediterranean diet is better for your health. They tracked people on each diet for five years. Findings indicate
  • C-Section Baby Allergies

    C-Section Baby Allergies

    Monday, February 25 2013 7:16 PM EST2013-02-26 00:16:56 GMT
    Babies born by C-Section are five times more likely to develop allergies by the time they turn 2, according to a study by Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit. The study looked at 12,000 babies, and the researchers
    Babies born by C-Section are five times more likely to develop allergies by the time they turn 2, according to a study by Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit. The study looked at 12,000 babies, and the researchers
  • Low Dose Scans could Lower Death Rates

    Low Dose Scans could Lower Death Rates

    Monday, February 25 2013 7:11 PM EST2013-02-26 00:11:00 GMT
    The American Cancer Society says that low dose CT scans of former and current smokers could prevent an estimated 12,000 lung cancer deaths every year. They analyzed data from a national trial and found
    The American Cancer Society says that low dose CT scans of former and current smokers could prevent an estimated 12,000 lung cancer deaths every year. They analyzed data from a national trial and found
  • Baby Weight Gain

    Baby Weight Gain

    Monday, February 25 2013 6:59 PM EST2013-02-25 23:59:16 GMT
    Researchers say many infants who fail to put on weight quickly during their first 9 months usually catch up over time with the right care. According to experts, calorie intake for underweight infants
    Researchers say many infants who fail to put on weight quickly during their first 9 months usually catch up over time with the right care. According to experts, calorie intake for underweight infants
  • Catching the Common Cold

    Catching the Common Cold

    Wednesday, February 20 2013 7:41 PM EST2013-02-21 00:41:02 GMT
    Researchers at Carnegie-Mellon say they may have discovered who is most likely to catch the common cold. The scientists measured protein complexes at the ends of chromosomes. Young and middle-aged adults
    Researchers at Carnegie-Mellon say they may have discovered who is most likely to catch the common cold. The scientists measured protein complexes at the ends of chromosomes. Young and middle-aged adults
  • UM School of Pharmacy Hosts Health Fair

    UM School of Pharmacy Hosts Health Fair

    Wednesday, February 20 2013 7:31 PM EST2013-02-21 00:31:03 GMT
    The University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy will be hosting a Free Health Fair at the Jackson Medical Mall on Tuesday, February 26, from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. An interdisciplinary student team from
    The University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy will be hosting a Free Health Fair at the Jackson Medical Mall on Tuesday, February 26, from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. An interdisciplinary student team from
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    Acupuncture AND Medicine Could Help With Seasonal Allergies

    Treatment for Seasonal Allergies

    Wednesday, February 20 2013 12:02 PM EST2013-02-20 17:02:14 GMT
    A study says people who suffer from seasonal allergies may get more relief from a combination of acupuncture and medication. The American College of Physicians looked at three groups of patient groups
    Allergy patients who received both acupuncture and medicine did better than those who had medicine only.

    The study was done by the American College of Physicians.
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  • Milk and Heart Health

    Milk and Heart Health

    Friday, December 13 2013 12:25 PM EST2013-12-13 17:25:29 GMT
    Organic Milk has much higher levels of heart-healthy fatty acids.
    Organic Milk has much higher levels of heart-healthy fatty acids.
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