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Saturday 25 May 2019
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Category: Featured News

Fainting Could be a Sign of Serious Medical Problems

The summer months are finally here, which means more people will be working out for “beach season.” But Dr. Jeffery Banker,...

Where Are America’s Healthiest Cities?

For the third straight year in a row, Washington, D.C., has been named “America’s Fittest City.” The annual ranking from...

Should You Worry About Hepatitis B?

The Hepatitis B virus, or HBV, is known as a particularly unattractive disease. Not only does it cause nausea and jaundice, a yellowing of...

New Fertility Test Helps Women and Men Plan For the Future

Having a child is a priority in and of itself. That’s why many working women understand the feeling of wanting a child — just...

San Francisco to Require Health Warnings on Soft Drink Advertisements

San Francisco recently became the first city in the nation to mandate public safety warnings about the health effects of sugar. Beginning...

Fitness Expo Proves Healthy Living Is Easier Than You Think

Indianapolis news channel WTHR proved fitness can be fun at the WTHR Health and Fitness Expo during the weekend of April 23 and 24....

New Technology Introduces Stem Cell Treatment for Type 1 Diabetes

A new method to treat insulin producing cells has been released to treat those who have type 1 diabetes. Researchers at Harvard University...

American College of Physicians Recommends Therapy Over Medication to Treat Insomnia

New guidelines have been released that praise the effects of therapy over medication as the most beneficial treatment option for those who...

Departments Resume Fitness Testing for K-9s and Handlers

Fred, a police K-9 dog from the Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office, trains and participates in an intense physical fitness test two...

New Study Links Eating Fruit as a Teen to Reduced Risk of Breast Cancer as an Adult

A new study has shown that eating fruits and vegetables as a child can decrease a woman’s chance of breast cancer. Researchers in the...