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Flu May Be Spread By Just Breathing

But the new study finds coughs and sneezes may not be necessary to saturate the air with flu virus.

'Hot' Yoga Is No Better for Your Heart: Study

The researchers noted that Bikram yoga has a global following, and entails running through a sequence of 26 standard yoga poses in 105-degree heat.

Ex-NFL Pros Push for End to Kids' Tackle Football

The group is instead endorsing a program called "Flag Football Under 14," launched by the Concussion Legacy Foundation. The program aims to educate parents and young players about chronic traumatic en

Michael Phelps Opens Up About Depression Fight

The athlete said he wants to tell people about his battle with depression in the hope that it will encourage others with the disorder to seek help, CBS News reported.

1 in 4 U.S. Stillbirths Might Be Prevented

A stillbirth is the death of a fetus after 20 weeks of pregnancy. Worldwide, most stillbirths occur in low- and middle-income countries. But the United States has higher rates of stillbirth than many

For Supersized Cities, the More Trees the Better

Trees cover an average of 20 percent of the area in the 10 mega-cities in the study and provide about $500 million a year in benefits such as saving energy and reducing pollution, according to the res

Revisiting options for improving results of breast reconstruction

Women who choose breast reconstruction after mastectomy but are unhappy with the results have another option: fat grafting, in which liquefied tissue from another part of the body is injected into the

Tide Pod 'Challenge:' Web Fad Brings Big Dangers

There have been 39 reported cases of teens intentionally ingesting laundry pods during the first 15 days of 2018, poison control center statistics show.

Concussion Not Needed to Trigger CTE in Brain

The findings could lead to early detection and improved treatment and prevention of CTE, the researchers suggest.

'One-Stop' Blood Test for Cancer Shows Early Promise

The blood test is dubbed CancerSEEK. It was able to catch cancer cases anywhere from 33 percent to 98 percent of the time, depending on the type.

Scientists Seek a Better Flu Vaccine

Although further work is needed, the scientists hope their approach will lead to an effective at-home vaccine.

Access to safe, affordable birth control is a maternal health issue

When a pregnancy puts the life of the mother at risk, access to birth control is essential. As more women are experiencing medical complications from or with pregnancy or after giving birth, the issue

False alarm in Hawaii: Preparing for the unthinkable

While the recent emergency alert in Hawaii was a false alarm, the potential threat of a nuclear strike does serve as a reminder that it’s prudent to make advance preparations for this or some other

When to worry about your child’s sore throat

Sore throats are common in children, often occurring with colds, but there are situations when a sore throat is an indication of a more serious problem and you should call the child’s doctor.

Medical marijuana

Medical marijuana is controversial, in part because many people aren’t aware of how and why it is used. Most commonly it is used to ease pain, and doctors need to be prepared for the questions their

The ghost in the basement

A father struggles to understand the terrible course of his son’s heroin addiction and the loss of a child who eventually died from an accidental overdose.

Rhabdo: A rare but serious complication of… exercise

The condition rhabdomyolysis (known as rhabdo) occurs when muscle tissue leaks its contents into the bloodstream, and can be caused by intense physical activity. Anyone starting a new workout or fitne

The flu is here — and so is a new advisory from the CDC

If you have not yet gotten a flu shot, the CDC has issued an advisory for this season that may make you reconsider. The severity of the virus is stronger this year, and while the vaccine may not be as

5 common problems that can mimic ADHD

While the incidence of ADHD in children has climbed, behavior or concentration problems in a child do not automatically mean that child has ADHD. Doctors and parents should consider these other possib

Another option for life-threatening allergic reactions

For the millions of people with allergies to foods and medications, the availability of another pre-filled epinephrine product provides an option that should mean greater accessibility and lower cost

Chiropractors Treat Subluxations

Want to know what could be causing you to have all that pain? It could be a subluxation. Watch this informative video to learn how easy it is to treat back pain. It is even easier when you understand

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Spinal Stenosis What it is & how to treat www.firstchiropractor.com

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Healthy Aging: What You Can Do For Yourself

Have you begun to see that commercials are beginning to speak with your worries? I have and rather honestly I am frightened to take a look at the future as a senior. Invest an afternoon going to a rel

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