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Black Caregivers Less Likely to Suffer From Depression

Caring for a loved one with cancer can be emotionally taxing. But Black caregivers are less likely to experience distress or depression than white caregivers, according to new findings presented at the 11th American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Cancer Conference, reports AACR. Researchers enrolled 44 African-American and 46 white informal caregivers—family or friends as… Read More »

Vote As If Your Health Depended Upon It; Learning from Governor Kasich on Voting Day 2018

…because it does. “Citizens scare politicians,” I heard Governor John Kasich say to Nicole Wallace on her show Deadline: White House yesterday, just hours from today’s U.S. 2018 midterm elections. Governor Kasich has led the Buckeye State since 2011, and his second and final term ends in January 2019. The Governor expanded Medicaid under the… Read More »

Guess who: The e-fit rogues gallery from hell

The Cheshire Cat from Wonderland and Zippy from Rainbow are unlikely to be the suggestions police had in mind when asking the public for help recognising potential criminals using their e-fit technology. Despite drawing plenty of ridicule from social media users, forces across the UK insist the computer-generated images remain a useful tool in aiding… Read More »