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Staff WriterDolores Rosales, 77, never used to get sick. The El Centro resident only saw the doctor as she delivered her 11 children when she was younger, she said. Now, though, she’s having to visit a clinic in El Centro for high blood pressure, a...
Federal inspections of companies that make dietary supplements — from multivitamins and calcium chews to capsules of echinacea and bodybuilding powders — reveal serious and widespread manufacturing problems in a $28 billion industry that sells...
Now that the Affordable Care Act in most of its bulk has been declared constitutional by the Supreme Court ("Reform moves ahead," June 29), there are numerous practical stumbling blocks to its implementation. According to the mandate, everyone in America...
Los Angeles TimesA day after federal prosecutors moved to shutter the country's largest medical marijuana dispensary, city leaders and other officials came to the defense of Harborside Health Center, warning of dire economic and social consequences if Oakland's...
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — Oglala Sioux tribal officials say a second case of hantavirus has been confirmed on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. The news comes days after lab tests confirmed that a young tribal resident died from hantavirus. It...
WGN NEWSLifeguards won’t stop you from taking a swim when E.Coli levels are high at Chicago’s beaches. The Chicago Park District will no longer close beaches with high E.coli counts. Swimmers will still get advisories if there is too much bacteria...
PETOSKEY — Lab tests confirm that it was the norovirus that forced Concord Academy Petoskey to cancel classes on Friday. Concord Petoskey executive director David Hill told the News-Review that 60 students were out sick, or left early last...
Los Angeles TimesThe stylists at Fred Segal Salon in Santa Monica were doing about two Brazilian Blowouts a day after the hair-smoothing product first came on the market six years ago. The $350 that Fred Segal Salon charged per treatment was a small price to pay for women...
A healing technique that has been used for many years in hospitals but gained widespread attention in the field of sports medicine is now making waves among oral surgeons and their patients. In Central Virginia, the technique is being used in at least one...
Q13 FOX News OnlineAn Idaho mechanic found more than a pound of cocaine in the engine compartment of an elderly woman's car, said the Idaho Falls Police Department. The mechanic was servicing the vehicle Wednesday morning when he encountered the bag of cocaine. Police...
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WGN News, Chicago TribuneLake County prosecutors have dropped rape charges against a Chicago man who spent two decades in prison before DNA pointed away from him. Assistant State's Attorney Jim Newman appeared at a brief hearing and dropped the sexual assault charges. "He is...
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Obstetric researchers have made much progress in the last decade to increase the safety of pregnancy and childbirth. But preeclampsia — a potentially life-threatening disorder — has continued to be a stubborn foe that affects almost 300,000...
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