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A Tune-Up Schedule for Men: Want to live longer and better? Don’t skip these essential screenings

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Chances are, if you’re a typical guy you’re more tuned in to what your car needs to run smoothly than you are to your own health.

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HCMH Update for June 17, 2009

Join Us for a Celebration Reception and Ribbon Cutting at the Opening of the New Hospital Lobby, Johnnie Masters Gift Shop and front entrance

Join us as we open the new hospital lobby, Johnnie Masters Gift Shop and unveil the brick pavers  at the front entrance of the hospital. The reception will be Tuesday, June 30, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., with a ribbon cutting ceremony at 5:30 p.m. The reception is being hosted by Memorial Hospital and Hopkins County Health Care Foundation

 

60 Years of Caring Celebration

Thursday, Sept. 3, 2009

5:30-7:30 pm

September 5, 1949-September 5, 2009

Join us in the new Front Lobby for this special evening.

For more information on this celebration please call 903-439-4062.

 

Memorial Hospital Volunteer Auxiliary Needs You!

The Volunteer Auxiliary at Memorial Hospital needs YOU! YOU are needed to help in the new expanded Johnnie Masters Gift Shop and the new expanded front desk area.

For more information and to obtain an application please call 903-439-4062 or 903-438-4462 and request an application.

FDA says Zicam nasal spray can cause loss of smell

WASHINGTON (AP) — Consumers should stop using Zicam Cold Remedy nasal gel and related products because they can permanently damage the sense of smell, federal health regulators said Tuesday.

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Watson Pharma to buy Arrow group for $1.75B

NEW YORK (AP) — Watson Pharmaceuticals Inc. said Wednesday it will buy smaller generic drug maker Arrow Group for $1.75 billion in cash and stock, getting access to a promising drug candidate pipeline and new markets.

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AMA adopts new policy against anti-aging hormones

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CHICAGO (AP) — The American Medical Association says there's no scientific proof to back up claims of anti-aging hormones.

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The Axe Files with David Axelrod
David Axelrod, the founder and director of the University of Chicago Institute of Politics, brings you The Axe Files, a series of revealing interviews with key figures in the political world. Go beyond the soundbites and get to know some of the most interesting players in politics.
  • Ep. 45 - Arthur Brooks
    Arthur Brooks, president of the American Enterprise Institute and author of “The Conservative Heart,” chats with David about his time living in Europe, the U.S. Immigration debate, how to combat the current political polarization, and more.
  • Ep. 44 - Mike Murphy
    Republican strategist Mike Murphy sits down with David at the Institute of Politics to discuss his time at Georgetown as a member of the College Republicans, his time on the McCain campaign’s Straight Talk Express in 2000, his assessment of Jeb Bush’s failed bid for the Republican nomination, and more.

  • Ep. 43 - David Plouffe
    David Plouffe, former campaign manager for President Obama and currently a top adviser at Uber, chats with David Axelrod about his start in politics working for Sen. Tom Harkin in Iowa, Obama’s election in 2008, the use of data in campaigns, and his assessment of the 2016 race for the White House.
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    A 70 year old Puerto Rican man died from complications of the Zika virus in February, the Centers for Disease Control and the Puerto Rico Department of Health announced today. This is the first death in the United States or territories where Zika infection contributed to the death, said the CDC.

  • Teen birth rate hits historic low, but sex ed still a struggle
    Teenage girls are catching up to teenage boys in one way that does no one any good: lack of sex education, according to a recent report.
  • NASA maps Zika's potential spread in the U.S.
    NASA scientists have created a map to better target future search-and-destroy missions for the Zika-spreading female Aedes aegypti mosquito.

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