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The The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the first treatment for postpartum depression. The FDA approved Zulresso (brexanolone) injection for intravenous (IV) use for postpartum depression (PPD) in adult women. This is the first drug approved by the FDA specifically for PPD. This approval marks the first time a drug has been specifically approved… Read More »
The National Institute on Aging (NIA), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the Administration for Community Living (ACL) are collaborating on the Recruiting Older Adults into Research (ROAR) project to encourage older adults and their family caregivers, including underrepresented populations, to consider participating in research. Organizations can join this project and collaborate with… Read More »
The National Institute of Nursing Research provides an updated brochure. Palliative Care: The Relief You Need When You Have a Serious Illness. The brochure, available in English and Spanish, describes a comprehensive treatment that helps reduce or eliminate the pain and other symptoms of illness and medical treatments. Download the PDF or order free print copies by sending… Read More »
Heat illness prevention is crucial to those working outdoors in the summer. The Pacific NW Agricultural Safety and Health Center provides resources and training materials for educators. Included are the Four Types of Heat Illness (heat cramps, fainting, heat exhaustion, heat stroke); Identification and Treatment; Steps to Heat Illness Prevention; and Resources. Tools are available in… Read More »
The largely immigrant, Latino workforce in the forestry industry is essential to US forest management, yet vulnerable because of documentation status, lack of English proficiency, low literacy, occupational immobility, working in remote locations under contracted employment, and deficiencies in skills training. These materials were developed under an academic-community partnership between the University of Washington’s Pacific… Read More »
Join the National Network of Libraries of Medicine on March 28 at 3:00 pm EST for the webinar HealthReach: Health Information in Many Languages. This session, organized by NNLM- South Central Region will discuss the National Library of Medicine resource, HealthReach. This resource offers health information in a variety of languages for those who work… Read More »
The annual issue of NIH MedlinePlus Salud magazine is now available online and in print. Salud, which means health in Spanish, is a free magazine of NIH and the Friends of the National Library of Medicine. Salud brings accurate and timely information in Spanish and English on health topics to patients and helps explain how NIH turns “discovery into… Read More »
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As of August 2017 over 116,000 men, women, and children are on the national transplant waiting list and the number continues to climb. According to Organdonor.gov, 95% of U.S. adults support organ donation but only 54% actually have signed up as donors. One donor has the ability to save up to 8 lives. Have you… Read More »
The Centers for Disease Control provides healthcare consumer information in Spanish and English to inform about seasonal flu. The best way to control seasonal flu is to be vaccinated each year. Learn more about how to prevent flu, the different types of flue vaccines, and the facts and misconceptions about flu vaccines. Information on preventive… Read More »
The holiday season can be a time of joy, but it can also be a time of major stress. Financial worries, family expectations, and other causes of stress may lead to both mental and physical symptoms, such as depression, irritability, and digestive problems. Find ways to help relieve stress during the holidays through National Library… Read More »
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