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Walk-Fit: or, Making Friends

I met Liz Myska along a trail as we joined others who had ventured out to help with a trail cleanup. For those who have never participated in these events, they are very social. 772 more words

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Harry Levitt Ph.D.

Title: Audiologist, CEO, Chief Scientist
Company: Advanced Hearing Concepts Inc.
Location:  Bodega Bay, CA United States 202 more words

Health Care

New Paper: Incorporating Sex Influences into Today’s Brain Research

Historically, most medical research has used male subjects (human and animal) and tissues, but recently there has been a notable increase in the acceptance of the need to incorporate sex influences into brain research. 281 more words


NIH: Give infants peanuts at 4-6 months to avoid dangerous allergies 

In recent years, peanut allergies among kids have soared, creating life-long sensitivities that can be deadly and banishing beloved PB&Js from lunch boxes everywhere. While the cause is still unclear, health experts are confident they’ve found the solution to the plague of peanut allergies: peanuts. 591 more words


New Guidelines Tell Parents When To Introduce Babies To Peanut Products 

The National Institutes of Health has announced new guidelines for when parents should begin introducing peanut-containing foods into the diets of infants at risk for food allergies. 504 more words


Study: Giving Peanut-Based Foods To Babies Early Prevents Allergies

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The old advice: to avoid peanut allergies, avoid peanuts.

That had been the recommendation. But these directions did not yield the desired outcome. 315 more words


NIH: Parents Should Feed Infants Peanuts To Prevent Allergies

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — In the wake of research that indicates the introduction of peanut products to infants can help prevent the development of peanut allergies later on, the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases has issued new clinical guidelines. 288 more words