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How to run safely if you're over 50, according to trainers and doctors

How to run safely if you’re over 50, according to trainers and doctors

Running is one of the most effective forms of exercise for those looking for high calorie burn and that coveted “runner’s high.” It can also motivate you to explore and get outside, even in the coldest winter months. Once you hit your 50s, however, taking up running as a hobby can seem a bit daunting …

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5 Supplements Are 'Worthless', Say Doctors - Eat This, Not That

5 Supplements Are ‘Worthless’, Say Doctors – Eat This, Not That

Millions of people turn to supplements to help with a variety of things like weight loss, hair growth, acne, strong nails, overall health and more. But whether we should take them is another story. Although there are some benefits, there is also a big risk, according to medical and health experts. Kellie K. MiddletonMD/MPH, an …

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UAE: 'Children don't exercise minimally', doctors suggest activities for kids

UAE: ‘Children don’t exercise minimally’, doctors suggest activities for kids

Doctors stress that regular physical activities are key to controlling mood swings and stress in children Published: Sun Jan 22, 2023 3:15 PM Children in the UAE should start engaging in regular physical activities and exercise from the age of three in order to develop physically and mentally, according to doctors in the UAE. A …

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CentraCare and U of M share plans to attract more doctors to rural communities

CentraCare and U of M share plans to attract more doctors to rural communities

The American Medical Association says the country could be short of 35,000 to 125,000 doctors, hitting rural areas especially hard. ST. CLOUD, Minnesota — When it comes to health care in rural communities, in some cases people have to wait months just to get things like physical exams, while some have to travel miles to …

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MedPAC recommends increases for doctors, hospitals getting Medicare reimbursement

MedPAC recommends increases for doctors, hospitals getting Medicare reimbursement

Hospital Group AMA says payments don’t keep up with the costs of doing business. The Medicare Payment Advisory Commission (MedPAC) has recommended that Congress increase payments for doctors and hospitals in 2024. Even so, the American Medical Association (AMA) and American Hospital Association (AHA) have said payments are not keeping up with the costs of …

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The University of Minnesota Medical School at Duluth provides a supportive environment for future Native American doctors

The University of Minnesota Medical School at Duluth provides a supportive environment for future Native American doctors

Native American art decorates a student lounge on the Duluth campus of the University of Minnesota Medical School, along with cedar bundles and sweetgrass. It is the school’s American Indian and Minority Health Center, a favorite place for Native American medical students to take a break. Connecting with each other, many say, is invaluable to …

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Despite concerns from doctors, University of California reconnects with religious affiliates

Despite concerns from doctors, University of California reconnects with religious affiliates

By Annie Sciacca, Kaiser Health News As the University of California Health System renews contracts with hundreds of outside hospitals and clinics — many with religious affiliations — some of its doctors and professors want stronger language to ensure that doctors can perform whatever treatments they deem appropriate, including abortions for women or hysterectomies for …

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New intervention helps substance abuse patients better manage their health

Despite concerns from doctors, University of California reconnects with religious affiliates

As the University of California Health System renews contracts with hundreds of outside hospitals and clinics — many with religious affiliations — some of its doctors and professors want stronger language to ensure that doctors can perform whatever treatments they deem appropriate, including abortions for women or hysterectomies for transgender patients. The University of California …

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Despite concerns from doctors, University of California reconnects with religious hospitals

Despite concerns from doctors, University of California reconnects with religious hospitals

As the University of California Health System renews its contracts with hundreds of outside hospitals and clinics — many with religious affiliations — some of its doctors and professors want stronger language to ensure that doctors can perform whatever treatments they deem appropriate, including abortions for women or hysterectomies for transgender patients. The University of …

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Doctors at UC hospitals want stronger protections in contracts with faith-based hospitals

Doctors at UC hospitals want stronger protections in contracts with faith-based hospitals

Through Annie Sciacca As the University of California Health System renews its contracts with hundreds of outside hospitals and clinics — many with religious affiliations — some of its doctors and professors want stronger language to ensure that doctors can perform whatever treatments they deem appropriate, including abortions for women or hysterectomies for transgender patients. …

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