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The spread of obesity in a large social network... [N Engl J Med. 2007] - PubMed - NCBI

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A six-year old study that says obesity is contagious. Is the opposite direction, then, true too? Could social networking be enabled in the weight loss?

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Peer-to-peer health care is a slow idea that will change the world

Peer-to-peer health care is a slow idea that will change the world | Peer-to-Peer | Scoop.it
Someone recently asked me to name the most exciting innovation in health care today. I think he was hoping for a sexy technology tip, like an app that's catching fire in the expert patient communit...
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Like it or not, peer-to-peer sharing will shape health care from now on. Better keep up with it. 

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A Complex Story Behind Genes, Environment, Diabetes and Obesity - Science Daily (press release)

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A Complex Story Behind Genes, Environment, Diabetes and Obesity
Science Daily (press release)
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Yes. That seems to be the case. Redundancy.

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Qualcomm project gives mHealth a boost in South Africa - mHealthNews

Qualcomm project gives mHealth a boost in South Africa - mHealthNews | Peer-to-Peer | Scoop.it
Qualcomm project gives mHealth a boost in South Africa
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mHealth is catching on in South Africa, according to a recent study undertaken by Qualcomm.
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What's In A Nose? Genetics Explains Why People Love Certain ...

What's In A Nose? Genetics Explains Why People Love Certain ... | Peer-to-Peer | Scoop.it
A pair of studies from New Zealand identifies the genetic differences responsible for smell sensitivity and perception.
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Nose knows where it goes, and this applies not only to @@Bootsy_Collins :)

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In projects near and far, Health eVillages expands the reach of mHealth - mHealthNews

In projects near and far, Health eVillages expands the reach of mHealth - mHealthNews | Peer-to-Peer | Scoop.it
In projects near and far, Health eVillages expands the reach of mHealth mHealthNews Health eVillages has announced a second partnership with a Louisiana health clinic, as well as a collaboration that will bring mHealth tools and services to some of...
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Camels could be deadly virus source

Camels could be deadly virus source | Peer-to-Peer | Scoop.it
Dromedary camels could be responsible for passing to humans the deadly Mers coronavirus that emerged last year, research suggests.
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What do Mobile Money and mHealth Offer Each Other? What Mobile ...

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Blog Author: Kelly Keisling, NetHope Global Healthcare Program Director. Date: July 30, 2013. In part one of this three part-series on the intersection of mobile money and mHealth, NetHope Global Healthcare Program Director Kelly Keisling ...
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Could a fry-up be good for you? Scientists discover that eating a big breakfast prevents diabetes and high blood pressure

Could a fry-up be good for you? Scientists discover that eating a big breakfast prevents diabetes and high blood pressure | Peer-to-Peer | Scoop.it
Researchers at Tel Aviv University, in Israel, found that people who eat a large breakfast have lower levels of insulin and glucose in their bodies throughout the day.
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This time this way..

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Fat is part of a healthy diet, try replacing butter with olive oil

Fat is part of a healthy diet, try replacing butter with olive oil | Peer-to-Peer | Scoop.it
Olive oils at Extra Virgin, an Olive Ovation. Photo by Tyronica Dowdy
No fat. Zero fat. Those are words we love to see on packaged food items.
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What a surprise^^

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Childhood obesity may be starting to turn a corner, according to a new federal analysis.

Childhood obesity may be starting to turn a corner, according to a new federal analysis. | Peer-to-Peer | Scoop.it
Rates of obesity among low-income preschoolers declined between 2008 and 2011 in 19 of 43 states and territories measured, according to data from the CDC. (1 in 8 American children ages 2 to 5 years old is considered obese.
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Could this be true?

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