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The Kid's Doctorhttp://www.kidsdr.com Does your child use sunscreen every day? I know most parents talk to their kids about the importance of wearing sunscreen, especially during these "lazy days of summer." The bigger question is, does your pediatrician do the same?...
Van rolls down street, crashes through garage WAYNESBORO, Pa. — A minivan struck two concrete pedestals, metal handrails, a retaining wall, garage and garden after allegedly being put into neutral and left to roll, Waynesboro police said in a news...
For the first time, the American Heart Association is weighing in on a very personal subject: sexual activity. The organization has issued a scientific statement noting that sex is safe for the majority of heart disease patients and that patients should...
KTLA NewsCYPRESS, Calif (KTLA) -- A 4-week-old kitten is recovering from emergency surgery to repair a ruptured diaphragm. The 1.75-pound kitten, named Sasha, was close to death when she was found in a parking lot shared by the Cypress Public Library and the...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterMISHAWAKA -- When Jackie Nisley had late-night talks with her father 10 years ago about someday walking her down the aisle, it may have seemed more like a distant dream. Jackie, 16 at the time, was battling cancer and, after a recent staph infection, the...
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Is it normal for my man to be so attracted to boobs that even though mine are beautiful and perfect, my boyfriend still wants to look at every other woman with a set of big boobs that he can? Aren't mine enough? -Boyfriend Ogles Other Breasts You...
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email@example.comA Martinsburg man accused of faking having terminal cancer after a benefit for him raised more than $4,200 now faces charges of distributing prescription drugs, according to Berkeley County Magistrate Court records. Steven Lee Mohn, 38, of 233 Opal Court...
Tags: Pelvis, Alprazolam (drug), Cancer, Prescription Drugs, Health
firstname.lastname@example.orgBailey Pietz doesn't usually smack people in the chest, but she quickly got over that when she had to practice checking for signs of life. The 12-year-old Aberdonian tapped on a mannequin's rubber chest and asked, "Are you OK?" She was learning to...
The Pediatric Oncology Treasure Chest Foundation started out with a Mom trying to bribe her 7-year old son to get to his cancer treatments. She realized if she brought a small toy as a reward, at least he had something to look forward to at the end of...
The da Vinci robotic technology allows doctors to perform more precise surgeries. The technique also enables patients to recover more quickly with fewer complications in many cases. The technique is used to perform many different types of surgeries. Dr....
Staph infections didn't used to cause much of a fuss. They would irritate skin but could easily be treated with antibiotics. Recently, however, antibiotic-resistant strains of bacteria such as MRSA, or methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, have...
It had taken some years for Nicole McLean to embrace her God-given breasts, ample at size H cups. So when, at 39, she was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer and told, despite her adamant protests, that mastectomy was the best option, McLean never...
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