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February 28, 2009

Preventing Medication Mistakes
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You may be shocked to learn how often people accidentally overdose or misuse prescription drugs. Learn how to protect yourself from medical mistakes. Then, the statistics on sexual abuse are staggering. Well have an honest discussion with an expert on how abuse victims can heal. And eating organic is all the rage. But what about what your eating with ?
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Reducing Medication Errors
Medication errors injure 1.5 million Americans and cost billions of dollars annually. Dr. J. Lyle Bootman, dean of the University of Arizona College and Professor of Pharmacy Practice, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Medicine and Public Health discusses a new report from the Institute of Medicine that concludes that new technology can reduce these problems substantially. He also believes that patients need to become more proactive in monitoring the medical care they receive.
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Healing After Sexual Abuse
One in four girls will experience some form of sexual abuse by the age of sixteen. Dr. Patti Feuereisen, a psychologist who specializes in therapy for survivors of sexual abuse, and author of Invisible Girls: The Truth About Sexual Abuse says Many women never share their stories, but she believes that the healing process cannot begin until women talk about their experiences.
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Eco-Friendly Eating
As organic food goes mainstream, consumers are seeking eco-friendly eating implements. Paul Rauber, senior editor at Sierra magazine talks about a new generation of disposable eating utensils that are bio-degradable within 180 days. He said increasing demand is spurring mainstream stores to sell them.
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