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40 and facing joint replacement?40 and facing joint replacement?Surely joint replacement isn't something young, active, healthy people need to think about. Or is it?
Robotics Are Disrupting What It Means to Be DisabledRobotics Are Disrupting What It Means to Be DisabledSee How Robotics Are Disrupting What It Means to Be Disabled.
Study: Some new moms get too little advice from doctorsStudy: Some new moms get too little advice from doctorsDoctors are least likely to share advice on pacifiers and where babies should sleep.
Throw out those needles, here's a new delivery deviceThrow out those needles, here's a new delivery deviceFortune's Dan Primack sits down with Intarcia Therapeutics CEO Kurt Graves to discuss the company's new implantable medication delivery device.
Floridians warned about leprosy-infected armadillosFloridians warned about leprosy-infected armadillosLeprosy is rare in the U.S. but in Florida, up to a dozen cases are reported each year. The suspected culprits are armadillos. Florida health and wildlife experts are warning residents to steer clear of them in light of a reported spike in cases.
Saudi Arabia's burger boom... and obesity epidemicSaudi Arabia's burger boom... and obesity epidemicBurger franchises are a booming industry in Saudi Arabia, with American chains aggressively opening new outlets across the desert Kingdom. But this growing fast food sector has also helped expand the nation's waistlines.
Fitness on the Rocks has the heartFitness on the Rocks has the heartMore than 100 trainers and fitness instructors will tryout to be part of Fitness on the Rocks.
10-Year-Old's condition is so rare, it's nameless10-Year-Old's condition is so rare, it's namelessAfter struggling for six years, a boy is finally recovering from a vascular condition so rare, it's not even named.
Dover office of child support enforcement to moveDover office of child support enforcement to moveThe new office will be located in the Blue Hen Corporate Center, 655 S. Bay Rd., Dover.
New seaweed tastes just like bacon and is healthier than kaleNew seaweed tastes just like bacon and is healthier than kaleOregon State University Hatfield Marine Science Center patented a new seaweed superfood that scientists claim is healthier than Kale tastes just like bacon.
Take care with access to birth control: #tellusatodayTake care with access to birth control: #tellusatodayCalifornia and Oregon will let women get birth control pills without a prescription.
Consumer Reports: Laundry detergent 'pods' too dangerous to recommendConsumer Reports: Laundry detergent 'pods' too dangerous to recommendSingle-use liquid laundry packets still prompt thousands of poison center calls.
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Tetris video game may ease PTSD, study suggestsTetris video game may ease PTSD, study suggestsThe results of a new study could lead to development of drug-free treatments for preventing or easing post-traumatic stress and other combat-related mental health conditions.
Teen stops brother's bullies, wins $36k, meets ShakiraTeen stops brother's bullies, wins $36k, meets ShakiraAfter his younger brother is bullied, teen launches multi-state anti-bullying program.
Christiana Care, Bayhealth partner to offer hospital-based pediatriciansChristiana Care, Bayhealth partner to offer hospital-based pediatriciansBayhealth and Christiana Care will partner to offer 15 new pediatric hospitalists to Kent and Sussex County patients
Tiny superheroes fight their biggest enemies in new capesTiny superheroes fight their biggest enemies in new capesTiny superheroes fight their biggest enemies, childhood illness, in brand new capes.
Caffeine is more dangerous than you'd thinkCaffeine is more dangerous than you'd thinkHonor student, athlete and prom king Logan Stiner died from a caffeine overdose just days before graduation. He took powdered caffeine, but experts say it's easy for kids to overdose on any form of the drug.
Stranger's cord blood saves boy with rare conditionStranger's cord blood saves boy with rare conditionLittle Noah Swanson's body couldn't make the cells he needed to fight illness. A simple cold could send him to the hospital until he was treated with something that is often thrown away.
If you have insomnia, pills may not be the answerIf you have insomnia, pills may not be the answerCognitive behavioral therapy is a litt.
The president and first lady speak at the 2015 Kids' "State Dinner"The president and first lady speak at the 2015 Kids' "State Dinner"First Lady Michelle Obama and President Obama deliver remarks in the State Dining Room for the fourth-annual Kids' "State Dinner." July 10, 2015. Video provided by Whitehouse
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Military suicides down from last yearMilitary suicides down from last yearWhile the total number of active-duty suicides was down for the first quarter of 2015, the Army had an increase.
Medicare update focuses on end-of discussionsMedicare update focuses on end-of discussionsA proposed Medicare plan would pay doctors to talk to their patients about the end of their life.
CDC: Some antidepressants, but not others, linked with birth defectsCDC: Some antidepressants, but not others, linked with birth defectsPaxil and Prozac linked with birth defects; Zoloft, Celexa and Lexapro are not.
Hattiesburg Clinic obtains HIMSS certificationHattiesburg Clinic obtains HIMSS certificationCertification places Hattiesburg Clinic in the top 15 percent of EMR adoption in the United States
Health scare over: N.J. man has malaria, not EbolaHealth scare over: N.J. man has malaria, not EbolaThere was initial concern the man had Ebola.
Lake Champlain water tested for cyanotoxinsLake Champlain water tested for cyanotoxinsLake Champlain drinking water systems begin testing for toxins related to blue-green algae
4 alternative summer workouts you can do outside4 alternative summer workouts you can do outsideCombine childhood fun with adult exercise by designing your own circuit workout around a park.