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Melissa Behrmann jokes that since September of last year, she has voluntarily been a human pincushion. But even after months of pokes and prodding and tests, Behrmann, 20, an Indian River native, would do it all over again. In December, Behrmann donated...
KTLA NewsLOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Millions of people go under the knife every year, but what happens when the anesthesia you are given wears off in the middle of the operation? Being awake during surgery is every patient's worst nightmare, and it happened to Jana-...
Tags: Surgery, Human Mishaps, Human Interest
When considering plastic surgery, it's hard to know what questions to ask. First, you have to decide whether to have the surgery at all. Then you must choose a surgeon. We asked two experts, Fort Lauderdale cosmetic surgeon Paul Wigoda and Miami...
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Tribune Media ServicesQ: I'm a 39-year-old female. In the last three to four months, I've been experiencing changes in my menstrual cycle marked by excessive bleeding and clotting. My gynecologist has suggested cryoablation of the uterus. Are there alternatives or is this...
Tags: Blood, Birth Control, Uterus, Menstruation, Health
Premium Health News ServiceThanks to this defibrillator of a recession, health care's future has a beat. Not long ago, baby boomers were promising to hit medical care providers with a double whammy: retiring from their jobs as nurses and doctors and aging their way into hospitals...
U.S. News & World ReportThanks to this defibrillator of a recession, health care's future has a beat. Not long ago, the sector seemed statistically doomed: Baby boomers were about to hit medical care providers with a double whammy--retiring from their jobs as nurses and...
HealthLehigh Valley Health Network once again has been designated as a Magnet Hospital. Hospital officials announced Thursday that it received its third consecutive Magnet award, the highest honor for nursing excellence from the American Nurses Credentialing...
Zoe, a 16-year-old giraffe at the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore, died Thursday after receiving anesthesia during a medical procedure. The reticulated giraffe was a favorite of visitors who occasionally were allowed to feed her "We are stunned by the sudden...
Fox59Fox59 News has learned Dr. John Reynolds, the Chief Health Officer for the Morgan County Health Department could be facing an indictment for causing the death of his former girlfriend, Sandra Kessler, 61. Kessler died November 9, 2009. Her death was...
Associated PressMichael Jackson's death has been ruled a homicide caused by a mix of drugs meant to treat insomnia, a law enforcement official told The Associated Press, while his personal doctor told investigators he was actually trying to wean the King of Pop off the...
Tags: Crimes, Death, Murder, Propofol (drug), Personal Data Collection
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