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Americans are living longer than ever. As the population ages, many senior citizens are burdened with chronic illnesses, but many others remain healthy and active. When scientists investigate aging, they have to distinguish between changes caused by...
St. Louis Post-DispatchSummer means the arrival of certain illnesses and infections caused by bacteria, viruses and bugs that thrive in the warm, moist environment. Although the risk of catching these diseases is low, there are some precautions to take to stay healthy. For...
Naturally SavvyDespite all the wonderful things autumn has to offer, it's also time to start preparing for cold and flu season. For many, this brings with it a sense of anxiety and concern, especially given the media attention devote to recent flu stains. Rest assured,...
AP Health WriterWASHINGTON (AP) — Federal health regulators have approved the first pill to treat the underlying causes of multiple sclerosis, a debilitating nervous system disorder that has traditionally been treated with injectable drugs. The Food and Drug...
After more than a year of investigation and a promise from Gov. Charlie Crist to spare no energy at finding answers, state health officials said on Monday that they have neared the end of searching for whatever caused the cancer cluster in The Acreage....
NEWPORT BEACH — Jeffrey Haupt is a little like Clark Kent, except instead of swapping a reporter's notebook for Superman's cape, the doctor hangs up his stethoscope for an electric guitar and microphone. "It's a lot like living a double life,"...
La Cañada native Eric Polchow has made a career for himself as a photographer, striving for many years to establish himself as someone who sets goals and achieves them. Born into a large family and spending his formative years in La Cañada, Polchow,...
"Adrenal fatigue" is the sort of diagnosis that might hit home during a late-night Internet search. Do you, for example, have trouble waking up in the morning without caffeine? Do you crave salty foods? Do people seem a lot more irritating than in the...
Lupus.org Public Lacks Awareness of Serious Disease with Life-Threatening Complications (West Hartford, CT CTLFA ) Most women likely can describe warning signs and health risks associated with breast cancer and heart disease, but according to a recent...
247-4649David "Red" Lindsay walks into the Walter Reed Convalescent Center like a man who knows where he's going. Which he does. For the past four years, the place has been home to the most important man in his world. "See that lady in the striped shirt on the...
For Chris Mason-Hale, healing comes in very small stages, sometimes so small he can't even see them. Since suffering a paralyzing spinal cord injury in a Western Tech football game 14 months ago, he has come a long way. But progress is excruciatingly...
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