Archive for September, 2009

Lifestyle, Policy, Well-being

The Questions We Don’t Ask

Socioeconomic status, discrimination, housing, physical environment, food security, child development, culture, social support, health care services, transportation, working conditions, age, gender and race.  What do they have in common?  The factors listed above are believed to contribute, in one way or another, to our overall health status.  In essence, the aforementioned factors, collectively called the […]

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Prostate, Public Policy

Prostate Cancer Awareness, Part II

Football games are a time for indulgences like burgers, brats, and beer but even then we can still find ways to promote a cause for a health condition that effects one in six American men. This past Sunday, the Men’s Health Network collaborated with the Washington Redskins at their season home opener in support of […]

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Health, Policy, Prostate

Prostate Cancer Awareness

This past weekend, the Prostate Cancer Research Institute held its annual conference in Los Angeles, hosting over a dozen experts on prostate health and 600 participants.  According to PCRI volunteers, the purpose of the conference is to provide an avenue for those with prostate cancer and their loved ones to get more information about managing […]

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Depression, Suicide

No, It’s Not Seasonal Affective Disorder if it Happens Every Season

With summer rapidly drawing to a close, I pose a riddle, particularly relevant, as the days get cooler and daylight dwindles. When are competitiveness and ambition not competitiveness and ambition? When they’re depression. Okay, so it’s not much of a riddle, but as it turns out neither is the reason why 24,000 of the 31,000 […]

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