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Network Advantage Card Helps Families Stay Healthy for $20 A Month

By EDGE | Aug 25
Millions of Americans are suffering from chronic illness and disease that is costing them money in health care bills and lost wages. But the Network Advantage Card can help, at a low monthly cost.

The Girl's Guide To Vitamins At Every Age

By EDGE | Aug 25
Dr. Christopher Calapai D.O., an NYC anti-aging physician who has been called, "The Stem Cell Guru," shares his advice on what vitamins women's bodies need throughout their lives.

Severe Shortage of Transgender Surgeons Contribute to High Suicide Rate

By EDGE | Aug 25
A shortage of transgender surgeons in the U.S. is leading to a long wait -- and related suicide and depression -- for the transgender community, says Dr. Sherman Leis.

Mylan Says it Will Expand Programs That Lower EpiPen Costs

Aug 25
Mylan, now in the crosshairs over severe price hikes for its EpiPen, says it will expand programs that lower out-of-pocket costs by as much as half.

New Guidelines Urge Less Added Sugars in Kids' Diets

Aug 25
The American Heart Association Monday issued its first-ever recommendations for added sugar.

Study Shows LGBT Students Experience More Physical/Sexual Violence and Bullying

By EDGE | Aug 24
The first nationally representative study of U.S. lesbian, gay, and bisexual high school students finds that lesbian, gay, and bisexual students experience substantially higher levels of physical and sexual violence and bullying than other students.

Clinton Proposes New Federal Fund to Combat Zika Virus

By Lisa Lerer | Aug 24
As the Zika virus continues to spread, Hillary Clinton is proposing a new fund to improve the federal government's response to major public health crises.

Rhode Island Foundation Awards $50K In Grants To RI's LGBTQs

By EDGE | Aug 23
The Rhode Island Foundation has announced that seven nonprofit organizations serving the state's LGBTQ communities will receive more than $50,000 in grants through its Equity Action Fund.

Women More Likely To Die Within 30 Days From Bacterial Blood Infection  

By EDGE | Aug 23
A study confirms that significantly more women than men diagnosed with Staphylococcus aureus bacteraemia (SAB) -- a blood infection of the common bacteria -- die within 30 days.

5 Tips for Keeping Your Skin Hydrated

By EDGE | Aug 22
Keeping the skin hydrated will go a long way toward helping to have healthy-looking skin that glows and feels great.

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