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Researchers at the University of Washington and Kaiser Permanente Washington tracked more than 3,000 people for nearly 30 years in a program called adult changes in thought, or ACT. [Read More]
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Missouri health department officials said Wednesday, Sept. 19, that they erred Sept. 12 when they told media outlets that the state's first death of the year due to West Nile virus occurred in St. Louis. [Read More]
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Wesley Healthcare and the Wichita area's two air ambulance services are partnering in a new agreement that provides increased training for registered nurses and paramedics transporting critically ill children. [Read More]
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Brody Nelson isn't old enough to go to high school let alone be an alum, but on Thursday, he'll be Homecoming Parade Marshal for Cleburne High School. [Read More]
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Experts and researchers will talk about the latest developments in the research on ALS treatment and cure during the ALS Association Florida Chapter's Fifth Annual Hope and Help Symposium on Saturday, Sept. 22 at the Rosen Shingle Creek in Orlando. [Read More]
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The big threat is often water, not wind, but experts struggle to explain that. [Read More]
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On this segment of Healthier Hawaii, Nurse Lisa Dau from Kapiolani Women's and Children Hospital was on Sunrise to share some back to school safety tips. [Read More]
doctor and new procedure... [Read More]
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Brain injury research typically focuses on football players and military veterans, but a new study suggests head injuries are far more widespread than estimated. About 1 in every 6 U.S. adults... [Read More]
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Women who have their ovaries removed before menopause may find themselves at higher risk for chronic kidney disease, a new study suggests. Researchers believe the reason behind it is the drop in estrogen levels that follows the procedure. "This is the first study that has shown an important link between estrogen deprivation in younger women and kidney damage," said study senior author Dr. Walter Rocca, a neurologist... [Read More]
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As they age, the children of the 1960s and '70s are returning to old habits. [Read More]
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Chris Pratt says he finds common ground and community with fellow fitness fanatics -- meeting athletes with disabilities as part of a recent promotional event and swapping stories at his local gym. (Sept. 19) [Read More]
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Diana Salinas didn't know about peripheral artery disease and thought she was healthy and saw no reason to visit a doctor. [Read More]
"The flu" was "everywhere" last year. A Centers for Disease Control doctor cautioned that the last flu season proved to be one of the deadliest. [Read More]
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Gov. Chris Sununu and the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services have issued a public health threat declaration in the southern part of the state for... [Read More]
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Flu season is not here yet-- but it's coming soon. [Read More]
The police chief said reasons for a decrease in applicants are hard to identify, but he's confident their physical conditions have an effect on the turnout. [Read More]
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