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Tribune reportersPart 1 of a Tribune investigation finds that U.S. officials have neglected a lasting problem even as the health fallout has spread. Complete coverage >> In central Indiana, two sisters struggle through another day, afflicted by a painful condition in...
Tribune staff reportersAn ounce of prevention ... often adds up to a pound of malarkey. Whether it's a tablet to take with alcohol to prevent a beer belly, or a chocolaty, sweetened breakfast cereal that's fortified to "support" your child's immune system, experts say most...
McClatchy NewspapersQ: This is an embarrassing problem: I only have a bowel movement every other day. How can I be more regular? I usually have to drink a laxative tea to go daily. A: This is not embarrassing at all for us to answer. But it's a red-faced question we get...
Tags: Colon, Pharmaceuticals, Constipation
Special to the Los Angeles TimesWe've long been told to keep an eye on our moles lest they progress to melanoma, a form of skin cancer that's treatable if caught early, deadly if not. But not all moles are equal -- some are risky; others can be safely left alone. The biological roots of...
Sentinel Staff WriterDr. Timothy Osborne, 54, is the new director of the Metabolic Signaling and Disease Program in the Diabetes and Obesity Research Center at Burnham Institute for Medical Research in Orlando. Osborne spoke with Sentinel staff writer Fernando Quintero. CFB:...
Content Courtesy of Hartford CourantWhat's it going to take for American parents to realize that just as it's far easier to house-train a 4-month-old puppy than a 1-year-old dog, it's far easier to toilet-train a 20-month-old child than a 3-year-old? Fifty-four years ago, a study by...
Tags: Children, Education, Harvard University, Family
Chicago TribuneReady for some live, active cultures in your chocolate? How about your breakfast cereal? Probiotics, the so-called friendly bacteria with health benefits, have broken out of the dairy case and are colonizing other areas of the supermarket. The bacteria,...
Staff reporterA little boy in York County is fighting for his life. Mason Thibault was born September 5, 2008, eleven weeks premature. He weighed just 2 lbs. 9 oz. "He actually did remarkably well until about three weeks old and then he developed an infection called...
Booster ShotsEliminating financial barriers and providing more direct contact among patients and physicians and providers are the best ways to improve the rate of screening for colorectal cancer, a National Institutes of Health Consensus Conference recommended...
Booster ShotsThe National Institutes of Health convened a panel of experts to reach a consensus on what is known about lactose intolerance. Their consensus, released Wednesday: There is no consensus. It is a real condition, but there are no good numbers......
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