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We hope everyone is having a great summer and had fun at the Stampede.

In this month's newsletter there are some very interesting articles. There are a couple about the use of medication as well as some articles about how activity helps seniors as well as heart disease.

Until next month keep well,


Children May Not Need Antibiotics for Acute Infective Conjunctivitis

The above headline appeared in a June 24, 2005 article from the online Medscape from WebMD. This article was based on the findings of a new study published in the June 22, 2006 British research journal, The Lancet.
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"A man must not swallow more beliefs than he can digest."

Henry Ellis

Increased Activity Lowers Death Risk In Seniors

A research study published in the July 12, 2006 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), shows that daily activity can have a positive impact on life expectancy in older adults.
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Lifestyle Trumps Heart Drugs

There's no substitute for a healthy lifestyle says the author of a study to be published in Circulation, the journal of the American Heart Association.
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Over-the-Counter Drugs Carry Dangers

A story with wide impact appeared on the June 8, 2004 online Inteli Health website and ran at headline with a stern message that read, "A Dangerous Myth: If It's Over The Counter, It Must Be Safe".
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