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Autoblog.comFiled under: Etc., Safety, Diesel Before you head to the pharmacy to refill your Lipitor prescription, check this out. The American Heart Association's journal on Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis and Vascular Biology has concluded that high levels of...
Richmond Times-DispatchHave you ever heard of a condition called mucous colitis? I am 88 and began to have attacks of this painful condition maybe 20 years ago. My primary care doctor said it might be from scar tissue from an earlier bowel resection. A gastroenterologist gave...
Upcoming Public Government Meetings - Lincoln County Board of Education: 6:30 p.m. May 9 at the Board of Education office - Lincoln County Public Library Board: 12 p.m. May 13 at the Lincoln County Public Library - Lincoln County Fire Protection...
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The family of a North Side businessman who died of cyanide poisoning after winning a $1 million lottery jackpot is disputing a deal he purportedly signed leaving his share of several dry cleaning stores to his wife. In an emergency motion filed Monday...
Upcoming public government meetings • Stanford City Council: 6:30 p.m. today at L&N Depot • Crab Orchard City Commission: 6:30 p.m. today at Crab Orchard city hall • Stanford Water Commission: 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Stanford Water...
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Dear Pharmacist: I'm concerned about my bone density because I was told I have osteopenia. Are all calcium supplements the same? Do you have other recommendations? — A.F., New York Dear A.F.: Osteopenia, or lower-than-normal bone density, is...
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Premium Health News ServiceRESEARCH ROUNDUP: MODEST WEIGHT LOSS OFFERS LONG-TERM HEALTH REWARDS Weight losses of just 10 percent of body weight have shown a long-term impact on health issues like sleep apnea and hypertension in overweight and obese individuals. In a study of 3,...
Los Angeles TimesThe long-established link between red meat consumption and heart disease may have less to do with the fat in the meat than many have assumed, researchers said Sunday. Writing in the journal Nature Medicine, a team led by Dr. Stanley Hazen of the...
Premium Health News ServiceMUMMIES WITH BROKEN HEARTS Heart disease is commonly thought to be a modern ailment, but evidence from ancient mummies suggests humans have had heart problems for thousands of years. Randall Thompson at the University of Missouri-Kansas City and...
Premium Health News ServiceEveryone seems to be popping omega-3 fatty acid supplements these days. In fact, omega-3s are the most common nonvitamin, nonmineral natural product taken by adults, according to a survey by the National Center for Health Statistics and the National...
Sara Baker says the light went on in her head after a cup of hot cocoa set off a storm in her stomach. "I went back and looked at the package, and there it was: carrageenan," said Baker, a career services coordinator from Bloomington, in central...
Premium Health News ServiceDON'T IGNORE "MILD" STROKES Many people at risk for heart attack are also at higher risk for stroke, since the underlying disease process--atherosclerosis--can block blood flow to the brain, just as it does in the heart. Although many people know that...
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