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Global Health Network

Global Health Network is an independent medical network, dedicated to delivering “all health. . . all the time.” GHN produces content focused on international cutting edge medicine, new techniques, technology and research. Our new media style “cuts through the noise”.

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NSAIDS

People who take aspirin and other non-steroidal types of drugs may reduce their risk of cancer. Studies show that people who regularly take aspiring and ibuprofen have fewer cases of lung, colon, prostate, and even breast cancer.

4 Jul 2006

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Soy May Lower Blood Pressure

We’ve been told that soy products are good for pregnant women, and it may also help prevent osteoporosis. Now researchers at Baylor college of medicine in Houston are looking to see if soy can help reduce the blood pressure of post-menopausal women.

4 Jul 2006

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Sudden Heart Attacks

Women with health risk factors including diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, obesity, and smoking are just as likely to suffer from sudden heart attacks as men, recent studies show.

4 Jul 2006

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Bariatric Surgery For Two

Bariatric or weight loss surgery is risky for one member of a family, let alone two. This couple decided to both undergo the procedure and together have changed their lives.

4 Jul 2006

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Non-Invasive treatment for Varicose Veins

The EVLT an advanced medical laser, removes varicose veins in a simple, almost pain free, in-office procedure. The procedure has actually been proven more effective then traditional vein surgery

4 Jul 2006

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New Prenatal Test

Current prenatal tests can alert parents to certain genetic disorders, but unfortunately not to all disorders. This new type of chromosome analysis looks in much more detail at the chromosomes.

4 Jul 2006

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Smith-Magenis Syndrome

Children with Smith-Magenis syndrome have so many problems that just getting through the day is difficult for them, and puts a great deal of stress on their families.

4 Jul 2006

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Underactive Thyroid

Recent studies have shown that underactive thyroid which may cause weight gain and sluggishness, can actually have a protective effect for women against the development of breast cancer.

4 Jul 2006

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Heart Disease

Tune in here to learn more about heart disease and open-heart surgery. Video includes tips on how to prepare for surgery, information about different types of procedures, and heart animations to help you better understand how your heart should function.

4 Jul 2006

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Breast Cancer Card

What would you do if you were told that you have incurable breast cancer? This woman decided she would use the time she has left to make a difference in the lives of other women.

4 Jul 2006

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