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Robert James Cotter, a Johns Hopkins scientist and professor whose work in mass spectrometry has contributed to discoveries in health and science, died last Monday of heart failure at his home at HarborView in Baltimore. He was 69. His work, which earned...
With all the attention focused on the multi-billion dollar energy business, I think we need to keep things in a certain perspective. Many people, especially women, are constantly suffering from a lack of energy. Fatigue can be caused by a number of...
Dear Pharmacist: I recently read a magazine article that discussed the health benefits of glutathione. Do you recommend this supplement for everyone? — L.S., Orlando Dear L.S.: Glutathione is fantastic for the human body. It supports liver...
Tags: Allergies, Recipes, Acetaminophen (drug)
Soon, winter will make its unwelcome return and with it, difficult challenges when it comes to raising calves. After a reprieve last year from a couple of exceptionally harsh winters in a row, most people expect the cold and snow to return again with a...
Tags: Blood Cells, E. coli Infection, Vaccines, Diarrhea
Contributing WriterWith the holidays coming up, I thought of the benefits of owning a dog. I searched the Web and selected an article from www.webMD.com titled “5 Ways Pets Can Improve Your Health,” by Jeanie Lerche Davis. The article starts with the statement:...
Q: I asked an elderly Japanese friend why she looks so young for her age. She said she drinks tea made with reishi mushrooms. Is there anything to this? — A.F., Castle Rock, Colo. Dear A.F.: The short answer is yes. The Chinese name for reishi...
WGNO NewsFlu season is here, so it’s as important as ever to be extra-diligent with everyday prevention like hand-washing and getting enough sleep. And what we eat can play a role in fending off the sniffles, aches & pains. Chicken Soup It provide...
Tags: Vitamin C, Flu, Viral Diseases and Infections, Garlic, Soups
email@example.comFlesh-eating bacteria might sound like something from a science fiction movie or an episode of "The Twilight Zone." But it isn't make believe. Instead, it's a real-life horror story — one where a micro-organism enters the body through an open wound...
Tags: Necrotizing Fasciitis, Vomiting, Fiction, Sepsis, Symptoms
Many producers rely on fecal egg count reduction tests (FECRTs) to determine which parasites are affecting their herds or whether they might have resistant parasites on their property. However, knowing the facts about the tests can help you decide whether...
Kate Moskowitz was still in diapers when she diagnosed with an autoimmune disease that would change her life. Not many people have heard of Crohn’s disease, and there’s no one-size-fits-all method of treatment. Kate, now 5, has already been...
Watchdog with Paul MuschickYou may be eligible for up to a $30 refund if you purchased dietary supplements that federal authorities alleged were deceptively marketed by Walgreens as preventing colds, fighting germs and boosting your immune system. The refunds apply to purchases of....
County coronerAccording to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about one out of every three people in the United States will develop shingles, or herpes zoster. While the risk of this disease is greatest in the elderly population, anyone who has had...
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