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My wife, age 67, has been under treatment for Hashimoto's thyroiditis for 18 years now. The diagnosis was confirmed by antibody tests, and she has been... [Read More]
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Sing to your child, say researchers. It will develop their attention and help you connect with them. [Read More]
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An army veteran spent more than eight years living with life-altering pain from spine damage he suffered in Iraq. Doctors kept telling him he was too young for surgery to fix the problem, so he just lived with pain and numbness. He gained weight and lost mobility until his wife gave him the number of a spine surgeon who changed his life. Jim Schneiter did two tours in Iraq. Carrying loads that weighed more than he did strained his back. Then in 2006, he ran over an improvised explosive device with his Humvee. "And it lifted the front of... [Read More]
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Lyn Copland can't get her boy back, but she's determined to expose the mental health system's flaws. [Read More]
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Too many parents are leaving their opioid prescriptions out in the open on counters and dressers so that children, especially teenagers, can easily sneak the pills, according to a new Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health study. [Read More]
High Point Regional Health offers discounts to people who register in February for the Heart and Sole 5K and Fun Run. [Read More]
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Gym buffs took part in a day of fitness at Boston Sports Club that was sponsored by Patriots star Rob Gronkowski.... [Read More]
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Most people likely have heard of Botox to smooth away wrinkles, but the effects are temporary. [Read More]
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In today's fast-paced world, many individuals are turning to the convenience of frozen or pre-packaged meals, or running through a fast food drive-through on their way home from work. [Read More]
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One type of exercise doesn't suit everyone. Just ask reporter Helen Harvey. [Read More]
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Hong Kong fitness experts agree with US researchers that the distraction of calls or texting not only can lead to injury but also undermine the intensity and efficacy of a workout... [Read More]
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The right massage does not only help you relax, it also adds to your workout, and helps you achieve the harmony of body, mind and soul. [Read More]
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OPINION: Coming from a successful career on the Australian swimming team, winning three World Championship gold medals and breaking five world records (from 2004 to 2006), I had experienced the highest of highs. [Read More]
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From Cleopatra to popes, the belief in the healing power of crystals and stones has persisted for centuries, and even modern medicine has weighed in on the matter... [Read More]
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The humidity was sitting around 80 per cent, but at least the rain held off for New Zealand's largest outdoor CrossFit competition. [Read More]
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Research suggests the stress of having too many friendships may affect female hormones and even the ability to reproduce... [Read More]
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Georgie Ferris is so thin people assume she has eating disorder, instead she has a rare and debilitating digestive condition. Her best hope for a normal life lies with a specialist in Melbourne. Samantha Gee reports. Georgie Ferris is desperate to get on with her life. In the last four years, the already petite woman has struggled to keep any food down, lost 15 kilograms, and had three bowel surgeries. "One night I became sick and it never stopped." She was 17 years-old when she started to experience the first symptoms of what would develop into a severe... [Read More]
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When I write my column, I most often do it in broad terms for the general population. In the past, I've received feedback from individuals looking for more specific exercise advice. [Read More]
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San Francisco is trying to become the first city in the nation to eliminate hepatitis C, rolling out an ambitious plan that would involve curing everyone who already has it and stopping further spread of the infectious disease, which can cause severe liver damage. [...] a new cure that is effective and relatively easy to take, combined with growing enthusiasm for programs to increase access to health care, has doctors and public health officials convinced they can wipe out the virus over the next decade. "Ten years ago, I wouldn't have thought we'd be at a point... [Read More]
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