Chronic inflammation prompted by a variety of illnesses stems from many factors, and not all can be controlled. But eating certain foods could help patients exert some control over inflammation symptoms.
Efforts to make health care data widely available were supposed to help guide consumers to better care at lower prices, but less than 9 percent use price information and only 3 percent use physician information.
A fundamental rebranding of school district school librarians in Vancouver, Wash., is underway with its team of 35 “teacher-librarians” facilitating intensive professional development and curriculum development.
Tracy Young, the new director of education at the George W. Bush Institute, argues why school testing matters to gauge student success and college readiness at a time when kids can get ribbons for just showing up.
At a recent women's health symposium in Dallas, preventive heart specialists said that even genetic risk factors do not trump choices such as a healthy diet when it comes to determining overall health.