Pete Souza’s most legendary Donald Trump trolls

May 28, 2017

… Trump racked up 19 rounds in his first 100 days, then claimed they were actually a good thing when he played because they were “meetings.” Two can play at that game. President Obama recognizes Natoma Canfield during a ceremony in 2013. Natoma had written him a letter in 2009 urging him to fight for health care reform. Natoma had been forced to drop her health care insurance after her premiums were jacked up in price when she had been diagnosed with Cancer. She thought because …

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What you should think about while considering a career change to healthcare

May 27, 2017

… University of Phoenix Discovering her passion Zuniga says she’s had a passion for healthcare for years. She studied healthcare while she was an undergraduate student, but like many others, she switched her field of study a few times. Her husband, who works as a research scientist at a Cancer center, inspired her to pursue a career in the field. Through discussing his work and seeing the impact he was making, she was motivated to take steps to finish what she started as an …

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Trump’s Budget Would Cut Planned Parenthood Out Of All Federal Programs

May 23, 2017

… executive summary says. This prohibition applies toall funds in the bill,including Medicaid. The freeze-out apparently goes beyond the House GOPs plan, which excludes Planned Parenthood only from Medicaid reimbursements.Trumps budget proposal bars the nations largest family planning provider from participating in any federal program, including Cancer screening programs funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Zika virus prevention, HIV/AIDS testing and prevention, Violence …

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Former Marine who lost his leg in Afghanistan is absolute fitness goals

May 17, 2017

A former Royal Marines Commando who lost his leg in Afghanistan has shared a video of himself working out to show that “you don’t need two legs” to be fit. SEE ALSO: This Cancer survivor’s date will make you weep tears of joy In the video, Andy Grant shows how he works out without even going to the gym. “You don’t need fancy gym equipment, you don’t even need two legs,” says Grant. …

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Obesity caused 5,000 bowel cancer cases over 10 years, says charity – BBC News

May 16, 2017

Obesity is linked to 13 types of Cancer and Cancer Research UK said resistance to insulin, a hormone important in the breakdown of food, is one likely explanation. Related Topics Obesity Food & Drink industry Bowel Cancer More From this publisher : HERE Recommended ProductsEZ Spokesperson Creator – Personal Create your own amazing spokesperson videos using our massive library and easy cloud-based editing program.The Art of The Brand Deal – Upgrade 1 How to 2x-3x your YouTube …

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NHS ‘dangerously short of nurses’ – BBC News

May 14, 2017

… } Click to see content: nursing_vacancy_region The rate was greatest in mental health services where more than 14% of posts were empty, compared to close to 8% in specialist services, such as Cancer and heart hospitals. Official figures in Scotland and Northern Ireland show a much lower vacancy rate at around 4% in each nation. Figures were not available for Wales. Feedback from senior nurses showed four in five felt the NHS was only able to keep services running because of the …

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Hope You Don’t Expect The Senate GOP To Be Transparent About Obamacare Repeal

May 14, 2017

… the most severe medical problems think aggressive Cancer that requires chemotherapy and surgery, or genetic disorders that require long stays in neonatal care. By the time a article on the subject brought the possibility to national attention, the vote was just hours away too late for new information to have an effect. Of course that was precisely what House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) and his allies were trying to accomplish to avoid public scrutiny, to get legislation through the House …

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New VR program helps new doctors learn strategies for delivering bad news

May 13, 2017

Image: RAFAL RODZOCH/Caia image/Getty How do you deliver bad news? It’s an unfortunate question we all grapple with at some point in our lives. But regularly having tough, life-changing conversations is a job requirement for many doctors. SEE ALSO: Hospitals try giving patients a dose of VR A newly developed technology called MPathic VR helps medical professionals learn how to deliver bad news, like a Cancer diagnosis or a loved one’s death. The technology, according to its …

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Fitness and weight loss trial to target breast cancer – BBC News

May 2, 2017

Prevention strategy They will work with women to help them make lasting changes focused around physical activity, diet and weight. About 4,600 women in Scotland are diagnosed with breast Cancer every year and about 1,000 lose their life to the disease annually. Experts estimate that 38% of breast Cancer cases in post-menopausal women could be prevented by lifestyle changes linked to inactivity, poor diet, alcohol consumption and weight. Related Topics University of Dundee Cancer Breast …

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DMX Checks Himself Into Rehab

May 1, 2017

… prayers as he embraces your support.” We’re wishing DMX the best. [Image via WENN.] Related Stories Shannen Doherty Reveals She’s In Remission Following Breast Cancer Battle! Relive All The Celeb Sightings From Coachella Weekend One HERE! Not Feeling Drake’s New Album! Sneak Peek! Watch Behind The Scenes Video Of Camila Cabello Filming A Music Video With Pitbull! More From this publisher : HERE Recommended ProductsViddyoze Class Access To Viddyoze Class …

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Shannen Doherty Reveals She’s In Remission Following Breast Cancer Battle!

April 30, 2017

Sharing her emotions in a candid caption, Shan shared: Moments. They happen. Today was and is a moment. What does remission mean? I heard that word and have no idea how to react. Good news? YES. Overwhelming. YES. Now more waiting. As every single one of my fellow Cancer family knows, the next five years is crucial. Reoccurrences happen all the time. Many of you have shared that very story with me. So with a heart that is certainly lighter, I wait. In the meantime, decisions. …

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FDA cracks down on ‘illegal’ cancer treatments

April 26, 2017

(CNN)The US Food and Drug Administration calls it “cruel deception”: companies promising desperate consumers that their products can cure Cancer. On Tuesday, the agency responsible for policing the American food and drug market issued warning letters to 14 companies that it says are “illegally selling more than 65 products that fraudulently claim to prevent, diagnose, treat or cure Cancer.” “There’s a couple of issues here,” Jason Humbert, a regulatory …

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Farewell Kate O’Beirne of CNN’s ‘Capital Gang’

April 24, 2017

(CNN)The political world lost a legend this weekend. Kate O’Beirne, longtime Washington editor of National Review and longtime panelist on CNN’s “Capital Gang” passed away Sunday of Cancer. Kate O’Beirne wasn’t just a conservative, she was conservative with a pronounced New York accent, something even more rare. And she could make an argument better, faster and with more wit than almost anyone else in Washington. Every Saturday on “Capital Gang,” …

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5 ways inclusive marketing can benefit your business feat. Nigel Barker

April 23, 2017

… authentic way. 1. Use philanthropy, there is a charity for everyone Barker says: “The most important thing is to think about a cause what’s most important to you.” Baker shares his experience with working on a Nine West campaign with a social target on breast Cancer. Using the technology of FitBits, they tracked every step that was taken by models. The advertising campaigned garnered more than one billion views within a month. 2. Be social, throw parties to bring people …

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This couple met through a dating app for marijuana users

April 20, 2017

… PTSD) or individuals who are looking for people to meet and share experiences on the medicinal side,” Roberts said. Roberts said there is substance to the cannabis community that may be misunderstood. One of the first user profiles established was from a woman who had terminal Cancer, who turned to cannabis for pain relief, he said. The womanwanted to share her experiences from dealing with her illness and offer others suggestions on the medicinal benefits of the drug. “That’s …

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‘I ignored my mum’s death, just like Prince Harry’ – BBC News

April 19, 2017

Image copyright Kathryn Watson Image caption Kathryn (right) struggled with anger after her mum, Heather (left), died from Cancer “My mum was ill for about 18 months and it was really quite sudden. She went from being an outgoing person to simply not being there. Image copyright Kathryn Watson Image caption Kathryn says counselling helped her deal with the grief of losing her mum “What really spoke to me was Prince Harry talking about his anger. I felt that a lot. I …

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One woman is knitting woolly boobs for breast cancer survivors

April 4, 2017

Many people’s knitting efforts focus on jumpers, scarves, children’s clothes and blankets. But, one breast Cancer survivor is knitting hundreds of woolly breasts for women who’ve had mastectomies due to breast Cancer. A video about Sharon’s knitting efforts have gone viral. In the video above, which has over 18 million views, she explains why knitting breasts is so important to her. Sharon had breast Cancer five years ago and didn’t want reconstructive surgery …

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You’ll wait longer for ops, says NHS boss – BBC News

March 31, 2017

… rest of the country following a year later. More pharmacists and mental health therapists will also be placed in surgeries during normal working hours to provide extra support. Rapid Cancer diagnosis Related Topics NHS More From this publisher : HERE Recommended ProductsFan Marketer Agency License 5 Users Top ClickBank Product Reviews 2017 PLR 15 Unique, High-Quality, PLR Reviews for the Top ClickBank Products of 2017.Hijackrr Hijackrr – The worlds greatest plugin to hijack authority …

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Bowel cancer tool to boost diagnosis in under-50s – BBC News

March 28, 2017

The NHS provides testing for people between 60 and 74 every two years. But experts say when it comes to those under 50, people do not act on their symptoms quickly enough. Urgent colonoscopy The new risk assessment tool – which is based on research by University of Exeter and was funded by the Department of Health – calculates the risk of a serious disease as a percentage. Those found to be at 3% risk or more of bowel Cancer should be referred for an urgent colonoscopy, while …

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The Story Of 2 Families And The Real-life Impact of Obamacare Repeal

March 20, 2017

… that employer plans routinely included but many non-group plans did not. But the plan was cheap for a reason. It had limited mental health benefits, and it didnt cover maternity benefits at all. It also had a lifetime limit on how much it would pay out, which meant that if somebody in the Gibbs family ended up with an illness requiring years of intensive treatment say, an aggressive Cancer it was possible their bills could hit that ceiling, and then theyd be on the hook for the rest. …

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Author who wrote heartbreaking ‘dating profile’ for her husband dies

March 14, 2017

(CNN)Amy Krouse Rosenthal, the prolific children’s book author who wrote a devastating “Modern Love” column about her soon-to-be-widower husband, died in her home in Chicago on Monday from ovarian Cancer. She was 51. “Everything Amy did was life and love affirming,” Amy Rennert, her longtime literary agent and friend, said in a statement to CNN. “She was such a bright light with a great sense of wonder.” Rosenthal was best known for her many …

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Lesbians ‘told they did not need cervical screening’ – BBC News

March 13, 2017

… fluids on hands and fingers, or sharing sex toys can all be ways of being exposed to HPV. Jo’s Trust, the cervical Cancer charity, says all women, regardless of their sexual orientation, should have regular cervical screening. “As HPV can be transmitted through skin-to-skin contact in the genital area, gay women are equally at risk of contracting HPV and experiencing abnormal cervical changes and, thus, should always attend when invited for cervical screening.” In a study of …

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Red, white or pink? Women’s rights don’t come color-coded

March 11, 2017

(CNN)The color was red for International Women’s Day, although red used to signify concern for women’s heart health and before that, well — The Reds! Pussy hats were pink at the big women’s marches in January, but pink signifies breast Cancer awareness, or did. Does it still? While I support every person out there protesting and admit to a knee-jerk aversion to describing women in terms of what they are wearing, turning political activism into a color war does have …

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Fruit and veg: For a longer life eat 10 a day – BBC News

February 23, 2017

The conclusions were made by pooling data on 95 separate studies, involving two million people’s eating habits. Lower risks of Cancer were linked to eating: green veg (eg spinach) yellow veg (eg peppers) cruciferous vegetables (eg cauliflower). Lower risks of heart disease and strokes were linked to eating: apples pears citrus fruits salads green leafy vegetables (eg lettuce) cruciferous veg The results, published in the International Journal of Epidemiology, also assessed the …

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Biologists Are Figuring Out How Cells Tell Left From Right

February 21, 2017

In 2009, after she was diagnosed with stage 3 breast Cancer, Ann Ramsdell began to search the scientific literature to see if someone with her diagnosis could make a full recovery. Ramsdell, a developmental biologist at the University of South Carolina, soon found something strange: The odds of recovery differed for women who had Cancer in the left breast versus the right. Even more surprisingly, she found research suggesting that women with asymmetric breast tissue are more likely to develop …

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Dying Husband Wont Live Long Enough To Meet Newborn, Then Mom Induces Labor Early

February 8, 2017

Diane Aulgerwas put in an unthinkable situation. She was pregnant with a baby girl, while her husband, Mark Aulger was dying. Mark became bedridden during her pregnancy. In 2012, after overcoming stage 3 colon Cancer, he was diagnosed with pulmonary fibrosis, a scarring of the lungs that stops the flow of oxygen to the brain and other vital organs. She expected that by the time she gave birth to her beautiful baby girl Savannah, Mark would be gone. She thought she’d be welcoming one new …

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