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Tuesday Better Breathers, 4 to 5 p.m. at Leeza's Place, Memorial Hospital Pembroke, 2261 N. University Drive, Pembroke Pines. Call 954-883-7240. Citizens in Action, 6 to 7:30 p.m. at Southwest Regional Library, 16835 Sheridan St., Pembroke Pines. Free....
Premium Health News ServiceA LITTLE BIT OF STRESS DOES YOU GOOD We try to avoid it, yet being under pressure might be good for our health. It seems a little stress can sometimes blunt the harmful effects of aging -- as long as we aren't frazzled to begin with. When stressed,...
Even though Igor Pavlovic and his wife consider themselves experienced consumers, they say that nothing could have prepared them for the sophisticated and aggressive sales pitch for a Wyndham time share that they recently endured in San Antonio, Texas....
For 15 years, Lauren Stutman sought relief from her debilitating bladder pain. She saw more than 10 doctors, many of whom would assume she had a urinary tract infection and send her away with Ciproflaxin. But the antibiotics didn't help, because Stutman...
Claire Bidwell Smith buried both of her parents by the time she was 25. At an age when most young adults celebrate newfound independence, Smith had it thrust upon her. She realized her parents would never see her fall in love or welcome her children...
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It's winter (almost)! (Also, gross). That means it's time for another quick 'n' dirty-style advice column. Grab some mulled wine and come sit on my knee. If you missed the fall quickies, read 'em at your leisure. It is winter, after all, what else are you...
A commercial website for people suffering from symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia is rife with numerous illegal and misleading treatment claims, according to a recent warning letter sent to Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum by the U.S. Food and Drug...
Have we looked to other towns for ideas? To the editor: A few thoughts and questions about revitalizing downtown Hagerstown: The decay we see down there is not unique to Hagerstown. Since about the 1960s it has happened to hundreds, perhaps thousands...
Nevada prosecutors have dismissed criminal charges against Judy Mikovits, the researcher whose findings offered hope to thousands of chronic fatigue syndrome patients before they were retracted and her life became mired in legal trouble. The criminal...
My wife is disabled. She is 58 years old, as am I. At one time, she was a wonderful teacher, sales associate for a large telecom and later a vibrant pharmacy technician and caregiver for her disabled father and mother-in-law. She has fibromyalgia and...
A scientific paper embraced by many chronic fatigue syndrome patients as a ray of hope has been retracted after a tumultuous year that included allegations of data manipulation and felony charges involving stolen property against the study's lead...
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