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Rahnee Patrick remembers the stories about her grandfather crying from painful arthritis as he milked his cows, his only relief coming from rest or cortisone shots. Today, Patrick, 37, takes a far different approach to her own arthritis, pedaling away at...
When Tamika Morgan developed red irritated eyes in the fall of 2010, she wasted no time heading to an optometrist at a local retail store who gave her drops for pink eye. Her eyes got worse over the next few days so she went to a local hospital to see an...
Tags: Steroids, Symptoms, Diseases and Illnesses, Human Body, Cancer
Maybe your wrists and fingers swell when you leave work. Or maybe they ache or go numb in the middle of the night. Sounds as if you've been messing with your carpal tunnel — that tiny tunnel in your wrist where the median nerve, flexor muscles...
Sports WriterAs spring gives way to summer, a new generation of wildlife will be making an appearance alongside their mothers. The Pennsylvania Game Commission, doctors and veterinarians want to remind everyone to use common sense when crossing paths with any type of...
The Baltimore SunHoping to receive more clarity concerning hisnagging left shoulder injury, Orioles pitcher Zach Britton will see renowned orthopedist Dr. James Andrews on Wednesday morning. The 24-year-old lefty seems resigned to starting the season on the disabled list...
Tags: Alfredo Simon, Zach Britton, Groin, Jason Hammel, Baseball
SARASOTA, Fla. — Orioles pitcher Zach Britton will not need surgery on his ailing left shoulder, but a process to help lessen the inflammation could sideline the 24-year-old left-hander up to six weeks. It means he will miss Opening Day and...
Many horses develop osteoarthritis (degenerative joint disease) as they age and progress through their athletic career. There are several treatments available to try and prevent the development of osteoarthritis, as well as to help those horses that are...
Tags: Knees, Horse (animal), Bones and Joints, Human Body, Health
According to studies published last week in The Lancet, taking a daily dose of aspirin can reduce the risk of cancer. The new studies, led by Peter Rothwell of Britain's Oxford University, found that low-dose aspirin has a short-term benefit in...
To us, it seems that many dietary supplements are falling out of fashion in favor of real food. For example, every day some new study says that multivitamins are no competition for a healthy diet. Some supplements even have a deleterious effect when...
Three critical cogs of the Orioles' pitching staff spent Tuesday morning on the back fields of the Ed Smith Stadium complex. While the Orioles' travel squad was on its way to Fort Myers to play the Boston Red Sox for an afternoon game at JetBlue Park,...
CHARLEVOIX — A talk, “Transforming Arthritis Care with Diet Therapy,” will take place at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 20, at the Charlevoix Public Library. Charles Huebner, a rheumatologist with the Harbor Lifestyle Center in Petoskey will...
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