Monday, March 31, 2008

What's in the news today?

There isn't much different today - nothing earth shattering. Sometimes it gets to the point that I'm not sure what to blog about. Should I discuss a particular news story? A particular illness or disorder?

Some interesting ideas can come from the Awareness Months set for April. They include:

Alcohol Awareness Month
Cancer Control Month
Counseling Awareness Month
Irritable Bowel Syndrome Awareness Month
National Autism Awareness Month
National Donate Life Month
National Sarcoidosis Awareness Month
Sports Eye Safety Month
STD Awareness Month
Women’s Eye Health and Safety Month

What would you like to read?

Today at Help My Hurt:
Company's calling: Another migraineur speaks out
Take care of those teeth: it’s Root Canal Awareness week!
Foot pain causes a lot more than just discomfort - any podiatrists out there?
FDA warning: “Total Body Formula” and “Total Body Mega Formula”

News for Today:
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Associated With More, Longer Hospitalizations
Stigma clings stubbornly to women living with HIV/AIDS
Preschool kids do better when they talk to themselves, research shows
Are teenage brains really different?
Study finds improvement in the care of children with cancer at the end of life
How dangerous is boxing for the brain?
FDA reviewing safety of HIV drugs after heart attack reports
Doctors wary after cholesterol drug flap

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