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Amanda Gardner, PTA joined the IBJI team in April of Amanda received her Associate of Fine Arts from the College of Lake County in After College of Lake County, Amanda transitioned into the PTA program at Oakton Community College …
[Scope (blog)] - Lead author Lee Cantrell, PharmD, told writer Amanda Gardner, “We're spending billions and billions on medications and medication turnover. If a drug has expired, you've got to throw it away, it goes into a landfill, and you have to get a new prescription.
[CNN] - By Amanda Gardner, Health.com. updated 10:18 AM EDT, Tue October 23, Addressing other forms of violence, not just bullying, can help in suicide prevention efforts for young people, experts say. STORY HIGHLIGHTS. Several types of abuse are
[Huffington Post] - Sleep, Video, Naps Brain, Naps Brain Activity, Naps Right Brain, Naps Right Brain Activity, Power Naps Brain, Power Naps Brain Activity, Healthy Living News. By Amanda Gardner. We've all been there: After struggling over a problem for hours, we rest
[CNN] - By Amanda Gardner, Health.com. updated 3:13 PM EDT, Wed October 17, Our right brains may be performing "housecleaning" tasks during a nap, researchers say. STORY HIGHLIGHTS. Our right brains remain active during naps, researchers find; The
[U.S. News & World Report] - By Amanda Gardner HealthDay Reporter. FRIDAY, Oct. 19 (HealthDay News) -- A leading group of U.S. fertility doctors says there is now enough evidence to support the freezing of a woman's eggs as a way to preserve fertility in young women.
[U.S. News & World Report] - By Amanda Gardner HealthDay Reporter. WEDNESDAY, Oct. 17 (HealthDay News) -- What has become a daily ritual for millions of Americans may have an unintended and beneficial effect. A new study finds that men who take multivitamins every day for
[U.S. News & World Report] - By Amanda Gardner HealthDay Reporter. TUESDAY, Oct. 16 (HealthDay News) -- Scientists have developed a new DNA test for colorectal cancer and for cancer precursors that seems to be not only accurate, but also noninvasive. If approved by the U.S.
[U.S. News & World Report] - By Amanda Gardner HealthDay Reporter. THURSDAY, Oct. 4 (HealthDay News) -- New research finds that BPA -- a chemical widely used in the manufacture of hard plastics, cans and even store receipts -- is associated with lower levels of thyroid hormone in
[U.S. News & World Report] - Statins Tied to Reduced Glaucoma Risk. Large study found possible preventive effect against blindness-causing eye condition. October 2, RSS Feed Print. By Amanda Gardner HealthDay Reporter. TUESDAY, Oct. 2 (HealthDay News) -- Researchers
[U.S. News & World Report] - By Amanda Gardner HealthDay Reporter. WEDNESDAY, Oct. 3 (HealthDay News) -- New research suggests that hormone replacement therapy, used to relieve hot flashes and other symptoms of menopause, might be safe for younger menopausal women
[U.S. News & World Report] - By Amanda Gardner HealthDay Reporter. FRIDAY, Sept. 28 (HealthDay News) -- People with high blood pressure who lose sleep as the result of medications known as beta blockers may benefit from a nightly dose of melatonin. In a small study published in
[U.S. News & World Report] - By Amanda Gardner HealthDay Reporter. TUESDAY, Sept. 25 (HealthDay News) -- The well-noted aging of the American population will continue long after the Baby Boomer generation crests, posing continuing economic challenges for the country for
[U.S. News & World Report] - By Amanda Gardner HealthDay Reporter. TUESDAY, Sept. 25 (HealthDay News) -- A virus to zap zits? California researchers report in the Sept. 25 online edition of the journal mBio that they have taken a step in that direction, with the discovery that a
[MinnPost.com] - Dr. Jennifer Wu, an obstetrician/gynecologist at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City, also expressed caution, in an interview with HealthDay reporter Amanda Gardner: "We've gone back and forth on how safe hormones are and this is just one study," she