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Building a bridge from farm to pharmacy – The New Food Economy

A program to prescribe fruits and vegetables to low-income New Yorkers gives independent pharmacists a boost. July 18th, 2019by Jessica Fu Access Health Home Feature Ideas Justice Policy New York City is expanding a unique prescription program that helps low-income residents with health risks afford more fresh produce. Called Pharmacy to Farm, it will now… Read More »

Ireland has one of the highest death rates from asthma in Western Europe

It has been revealed that Ireland had the worst mortality rates when it comes to asthma in Western Europe. The Asthma Society of Ireland has warned that the country is “getting asthma management wrong” and that it is causing a serious economic burden. A new report from the organisation has shown that there were 421,000 specialist and 133,000… Read More »

‘Antidepressants saved me from breakdown – so I’m staying on them’

Antidepressants helped Michelle Thomas overcome crippling depression four years ago, and she is not coming off them – here’s why Four years ago, I began taking antidepressants for the first time. It was about 18 months after my first major depressive episode, and I still didn’t feel like myself.  I’d tried counselling (let’s just say it inspired… Read More »

Stan Lee’s former manager arrested for allegedly stealing $262,000 from late comic book legend

Stan Lee in his office in Beverly Hills, California. Getty images | Washington Post The former manager of Stan Lee has been arrested on charges of financial elder abuse and false imprisonment against the late comic book legend, according to the Los Angeles Police Department. Keya Morgan allegedly mishandled Lee’s money. This included $ 262,000… Read More »