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Do Ice Slushy Drinks Really Keep You Cooler in Hot Weather?

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The Leonard C. Goodman Institute for Investigative Reporting Is Now Accepting Submissions

The deadline for this round of proposals is January 15, 2016. Candidates will be notified of decisions by the end of February 2016. The Institute pays a competitive rate--and covers expenses--for investigative reporting that advances social and economic justice. All stories are published in In These Times magazine and on InTheseTimes.com.

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Top Stories 11 Dec 2015; New Forensic Science Breakthroughs, Breast Cancer Treatment Difference by Age, Racial Disparities in Dialysis, and More...

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Beat the Heat: Exercise Safety on Hot Summer Days

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Director of Sports Medicine at Loyola Health System provides tips for exercise safety during the summer.

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Illegal Wildlife Trade, Childhood Summer Obesity Spike, Artificial Live, and More Top Stories 20 July 2015

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Childhood Obesity Spikes During Summer Months

In the fight against childhood obesity, summer is one of the most challenging times of the year. Many children finish the school year in June fitter and leaner than when they go back to school in August

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The Skinny on Summer Weight Loss From a Loyola Psychologist

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It is mind over matter and here are tips to improve or maintain health this summer, says Allison Grupski, PhD, psychologist at Loyola Center for Metabolic Surgery & Bariatric Care.

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VUMC Physicians Urge Caution This Week to Avoid Heat-Related Illnesses

With temperatures holding steady in the upper 90s and even reaching 100 degrees this week, doctors at Vanderbilt University Medical Center are urging Middle Tennesseans to take extra precautions to avoid heat-related illnesses.

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Exercise for Arthritis, Summer Weight Loss, ACA and Lower Drug Costs, and More Top Stories 8 July 2015

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Six Summer Weight Loss Tips From a Loyola Dietitian

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Christmas is around the bend so take advantage of summer and start losing weight now with these six tips, says Loyola dietitian.

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Firework Precautions to Help Keep Your Family Safe This Summer

Fireworks can result in severe burns, scars and disfigurement that can last a lifetime. Fireworks that are often thought to be safe, such as sparklers, can reach temperatures above 2000 degrees Fahrenheit, and can burn users and bystanders. Injuries most often occur on the face or hand, and burns make up roughly 50% of firework injuries.

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The Sun, Fire Pits, Grills and Pools Can Be Summer Hazards

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Seven Loyola physicians and medical experts offer tips for eye protection, eating, water intake, allergies and other summer potential ailments.

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4th of July Means Danger to Hearing

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Loud noise hurts hearing. Health tips and warning signs from Candace Blank, audiologist at Loyola University Health System.

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Keep Kids Safe From Nation’s Leading Killer This Summer

Unintentional injuries are the number one cause of death in children in the United States. Two thousand children die each day from preventable injuries. With the summer months come an increased number of injuries.

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Vanderbilt Doctors Urge Caution with Fourth of July Fireworks

Fireworks and the Fourth of July can be a dangerous mix. Doctors at Vanderbilt University Medical Center urge caution with consumer fireworks and suggest leaving these displays to the experts. Vanderbilt doctors annually treat burns and eye injuries and even see patients with hearing loss due to fireworks usage.

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GW Experts Available to Comment on Fourth of July Health Stories

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Fourth of July Safety Advice from Scott & White Hospital – Round Rock

Fireworks can seem like a fun way to celebrate our nation’s birthday, but it’s important to exercise caution

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Don’t Let Summer Fun Interfere with Keeping Your Peepers Protected

Environmental factors like pool and ocean water seem harmless, but they can actually affect eye health. UAB experts break down how to stay safe this season.

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Open Windows Can Lead to Serious Injuries in Children

The dog days of summer are here. But as we try to catch a cool breeze, that open window can become a dangerous hazard for children. In fact, emergency rooms treat more than 5,000 children each year for injuries related to falls from windows.

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Red, White and Ah-Choo? Not This Year

With the 4th of July around the corner, no one wants to be a “Yankee Doodle Scratchy.” The American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology offers some tips for those who want their 4th of July celebrations to be itch, sneeze and wheeze-free.