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Here are the top ten articles for the Public Health Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Breast Cancer-What's Soy Got To Do With It?
What do we really know about the relationship between soy and breast cancer? Does one exist? Let's get serious about soy and breast cancer research. Women are dying to know.
2. Bullying and Creating a Healthy Learning Place
The alarming effects and tragic consequences of bullying are on the rise. How are your lawmakers helping to curb bullying and creating a healthy learning environment for your child?
3. Walk Away the Pounds™ Video Review
Leslie Sansone is a fitness guru who has produced a number of video programs designed to ease people who are sedentary into an effective exercise program. Walk Away the Pounds™ targets weight loss through in-home aerobic walking.
4. Floods and Public Health
Floods can affect your health in more ways than just drowning. Other dangers include electrocution, carbon monoxide poisoning, and wound infections. You can avoid these by taking the proper precautions.
5. When Do You Need a Tetanus Shot?
What is tetanus or lockjaw and how is the disease contracted.
6. Breast Milk Sharing Dangers
Breast milk sharing is a growing trend that is rapidly spreading and may be very dangerous.
7. How Long Does Your Makeup Last?
Do you know how long your makeup lasts? Using expired products can lead to bacterial infections. Find out how long you should keep your products before throwing them out.
8. Keeping Your New Year's Resolution
Helpful hints to help you make 2010 your healthiest year yet.
9. Turkey Thawing Tips
Do you know to safely thaw you Thanksgiving turkey? Read here to find out the safe ways to thaw your turkey.
10. Pertussis Vaccine Recommendations
Pertussis, or whooping cough, is a preventable disease that kills thousands each year. You may already know that children in the US receive a series of vaccinations to prevent this disease, but did you know that the CDC now recommends that adults between ages 19 and 64 receive a booster shot?
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