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Tribune Media ServicesA parent emailed me via our iPhone App recently to ask if her child's constipation, which started as he was transitioning from formula to whole milk, could be a sign of lactose intolerance. She was concerned because her son was having very hard stools....
Tags: Apple iPhone, Vitamin D, Health, Allergies, Dietary Supplements
Hernias are a common ailment among Americans; more than 4 million people develop the painful condition. And although both men and women develop hernias, female patients may be harder to diagnose. Doctors and patients may not realize the abdominal pain a...
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...
Q13 FOX News OnlineA search warrant has been issued to obtain records and information from Swedish Hospital in regard to allegations that a male nurse raped a pregnant patient. The 20-year-old vicitm, who was in her first trimester of pregnancy, alleges that when she...
pix11.com | @colekirstinEven as investigators hunt for a fetus dumped in the trash by a New Jersey couple, they're also talking to witnesses hoping to piece together their case and figure out if the baby was tossed away while it was dead or alive. Morris County Prosecutor...
Tags: Witnesses, Abortion, Health, Hospitals and Clinics, Prosecution
WGN NewsColon cancer -- it's the disease that took the life of Robin Gibb. It is a preventable disease, yet many shy away from the screening. One local woman fighting advanced colon cancer herself has another mission -- to show you how to survive. It was a great...
With the Fourth of July approaching, many people are contemplating cookouts and picnics. But all that celebratory food and drink can pose a threat to your health. There are steps to take to ensure there aren't any unwelcome fireworks in your belly,...
email@example.comA Nicholasville woman’s lawsuit accusing her former dentist of negligence when a denture implant screwdriver dropped down her throat has garnered national attention. After a month, the screwdriver, an instrument roughly the size of a thumbnail,...
The recall of soybeans from a Virginia farm has been extended. Henry's Farm Inc. is now recalling Natto Soybean Sprouts because they may be contaminated with Listeria. If you bought soybean sprouts distributed by Henry’s Farm, you should return...
Tags: Agriculture, Health, Headaches, Food Industry, Product Recalls
Friends said their goodbyes when Sue Savona left her Glendale home just before Christmas to drive across the country for the holidays. They were shocked last week to learn that the La Caņada High School graduate and former Jet Propulsion Laboratory worker...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness SportsI am 27 years old, I am in New Orleans just a block from Bourbon Street and I totally crashed out last night after work, before midnight. This is what the NCAA tournament does to you. For 8-10 hours a day we are inside a dank, dim and freezing cold arena....
A former Indiana congressman forced out of office by an affair is recovering in an Iowa hospital Tuesday night. Mark Souder recently underwent surgery for gall bladder problems. He was admitted to a University of Iowa hospital after having bad...
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