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TribLocal - Evanstonby Jen Lazuta/Medill News Service African-American men living in the northern third of the United States are three and a half times more likely to …...
TribLocal - EvanstonBy Susan J. WhiteNorthShore University HealthSystem As integrative or complementary medical practices continue to increase in popularity, more and more people are looking to herbal …...
HealthA recent study released by the National Center for Health Statistics found that Americans increasingly are taking vitamins and other supplements. According to the report, nearly 57 percent of adult women and about 50 percent of men took supplements....
Capitol Ideas with John L. MicekThe state Senate is expected to give final approval today to legislation banning so-called “bath salts,” synthetic marijuana and the hallucinogenic plant known as salvia divinorum. Not to be confused with the pricey soaks found at the mall,...
Capitol Ideas with John L. MicekAs He Signed ... ... legislation forbidding their sale, use and possession into law, Gov. Tom Corbett called on merchants to stop selling the synthetic narcotics known as "bath salts," before a new state statute banning them takes effect in......
Diets rich in milk and milk products help build and maintain bone mass throughout the lifecycle, which may reduce the risk of osteoporosis. The intake of dairy products is especially important to bone health during childhood and adolescence, when bone...
Want strong bones? Eat foods high in calcium and vitamin D, get plenty of exercise — and maybe steer clear of soda. In recent decades, as consumption of the beverage has steadily displaced the consumption of others —particularly milk —...
What can you tell me about red yeast rice? Is it really good for lowering cholesterol levels, and are there any side effects? Red yeast rice (RYR) can help in lowering cholesterol. In one study, researchers recruited people who had high cholesterol but...
Confronted with a long-running food fight over whether to serve children flavored milk — chocolate, strawberry, banana, vanilla — in homes and in schools, parents may instinctively want to duck the issue. But, in the end, they're going to...
The 33 NewsThe folks at Parkland Hospital's Poison Center say there's a white powder sold in small containers and packets that is the latest drug trend among young people. Yesterday, the The Governor of Louisiana banned the stuff through an emergency order. Now,...
FOX 4 Medical ReporterScientists are linking Vitamin D deficiency to many conditions, including heart disease and cancer. But could it also raise your child's chances of developing common allergies? FOX 4 Medical Reporter Meryl Lin McKean is Working for You with the report....
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