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WASHINGTON — One day monitoring a patient’s vital signs like temperature and heart rate could be a simple as sticking on a tiny, wireless patch, sort of like a temporary tattoo. Eliminating the bulky wiring and electrodes used in current...
Your body sends out ongoing signals that tell the world about your health: Your posture, the look on your face, the clarity of your eyes, your energy level and your mood are just a few. But your finger and toe nails also have quite a lot to say about...
Tags: Genes and Chromosomes, Heart Disease, Toes, Health, Human Body
KIAHInstead of drinking a cup of coffee in the morning, maybe you should pour some on your skin. Yep, you read that right. Researchers at Rutgers University found that caffeine guards against the development of non-melanoma skin cancers. For each cup of...
I am astounded to see The Sun publish its second Dan Rodricks column attacking the documentary, "Under Our Skin: A Health Care Nightmare" ("MPT's flawed decision on flawed film," June 19). In his most recent hatchet job, Mr. Rodricks chastises the...
Marnie, er, Antonia is in full-on attack mode. High-yo, silver, away! "The sun" -- Jessica Call Bill what you will: A boorish politican, heartless-on-the-surface ruler, gold card member of Jos. A Bank. But he had a seemingly good plan to combat Marnie/...
TRAVERSE CITY — Apple growers in the eastern U.S. have a despised enemy known as apple scab — a disease caused by a fungus that forms ugly brown or greenish-black pockmarks on the fruit's skin. A scabby apple is unfit for grocery stores...
Early detection of skin cancers — particularly melanomas — is crucial to treatment. You can help protect yourself with regular at-home body inspections, says Dr. Melissa Schwarzschild of Richmond Dermatology & Laser Specialists in Richmond,...
PIX11.comThere are more than 100 types of cancer out there, including breast, prostate and lung cancer - and although we all want to avoid the BIG C, many of us aren't helping our bodies fight back. Nutritionist Ashley Koff will be here to help you cancer-proof...
Tags: Breast Cancer, Estrogen, Prostate, Cabbage, Health
Evidence is mounting that dogs aren't just man's favorite companion -- they can also literally save our lives. Researchers in Germany have found that dogs, using just their power of scent, can detect cancer in 71 percent of patients. According to this...
Tags: BBC, Germany, Science and Technology
The machine that is the human body can only take so much. Spend as much time visiting hospitals, convalescent centers and doctors’ offices as I have in recent months and it becomes glaringly apparent that the human body is not a machine built to...
July is Ultraviolet Radiation Safety Month, dedicated to reminding people of the dangers of being out in the sun and how to avoid long-term damage. The sun emits ultraviolet rays, which are harmful in large amounts. With many people spending leisure...
KIAHPsoriasis…if red, dry, cracked skin wasn't bad enough, the 12 million folks worldwide suffering from it, now have even more *nightmares* to look forward to. They're almost three times as likely to have a stroke and irregular heartbeat,...
Tags: Heart Attack, Psoriasis, Stroke, Physical Conditions, Health
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