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For a disease that affects 50 million adults in the United States, or about 1 in 5 people, arthritis is remarkably misunderstood. Many people believe it's a crippling and inevitable part of growing old. But things are changing. Treatments are better,...
After 10 years on Oakland Mills Road, Drs. Russel and Veronica Antico have relocated Howard County Chiropractic Spine & Sports Rehabilitation about a mile away to Stanford Boulevard in Columbia. According to the husband-and-wife team, the new space is...
Letter writer Ted Houk resorts to specious statements to argue that patients should verify the credentials of their caregivers to make sure they are being treated by licensed physicians rather than by people who merely claim to be doctors ("Beware of...
Everyone is a doctor until proven otherwise. I can show you my current medical license, but Shawn Nowlin couldn't have shown you anything ("Schools employee charged with sex with teen," Nov. 29). It is horrific that he allegedly got a 15-year-old girl...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA diagnosis of West Nile virus gave Toni Reber relief. For several months, she said, she suffered a range of symptoms, including paralysis, and didn't know what she had. At one point, she said, she was told she had leukemia. "What first ran...
My friend and I are Hispanic baby boomers. Unfortunately, we both suffer from chronic illnesses. My friend has rheumatoid arthritis and has a handicapped placard that we use when I drive her to and from her appointments. Earlier this week, we tried to...
When use becomes abuse: Drug abuse is on the rise and most people can find a stash in their own email@example.comThe newest drug-abuse trend is a bit of a shocker. The drug is legal, and it's found in more than half the homes in the United States. Abuse is so widespread, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention classifies it as an epidemic. Abusers...
Carlisle Regional Medical Center's CEO Disputes State Findings of Failing to Report Suspected Child Sex AbuseCarlisle Regional Medical Center is under fire by the State Health Department for reportedly failing to report suspected child abuse. The CEO of the Medical Center disputes the allegations. These are the Pennsylvania Department of Health findings: A...
I didn't want it to be easy. If it were easy, everyone would have it done and where would I be? No bragging rights, no lying about the size of the needle. I couldn't stand walking like this another minute-– swaying from side to side, stiff legged,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIt hurts to walk. It hurts to sleep. It hurts to hug. And it hurts when people don't understand. You must be a complainer or a hypochondriac, they think. Maybe it's all in your head. You look fine — why don't you get better? If there is a form...
Tags: Physical Therapists, Fatigue, Health, Insomnia, Fibromyalgia
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...
Chiropractor Alan K. Sokoloff, who was mentioned in a recent story about meningitis, stated that "lots of times, primary care doctors ... go the extreme route" ("Outbreak spotlights back pain treatment," Nov. 5). Lots? How many? I offer the kind of...
Tags: Meningitis, Placebo, Internists, Drugs and Medicines, Back Pain
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