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HealthMost schoolchildren likely would agree homework can be a pain -- in this case, in the back. Researchers at the University of Santiago de Compostela in Spain did the work, but anyone who's watched a secondary-level student (and even some at the...
The email from a reader in Westwood was short, to the point and disturbing. "My life has been very full," wrote Polly Berger. "But now it is getting very bad, and I want to go to that other world." Berger also said she wished there were more Dr. Jack...
Tags: Bette Midler, Tony Bennett, Entertainment, Carly Simon, Music
"Extreme Makeover: Weight Loss Edition" 10 p.m. June 13, ABC Episode: "Dana" The premise Dana Baker is a 44-year-old gospel singer who weighs 498 pounds. He freely admits to a regular diet of cookies, Hawaiian Punch and donuts. He sweats when...
PIX11.comFirst responders along with others who survived 9/11 showed up to the City Hall of Jersey City on Thursday night for the second stop of the Zadroga Law town hall tour. At the center of it all, the controversial 93-page report that denied cancer patients...
South Florida Sun-SentinelHanley Ramirez remained out of the lineup Saturday for the game against the Brewers, and he has been unable to work out with the team due to inflammation in his lower back. The Marlins have been reluctant to put him on the disabled list, since they...
How is your summer progressing? As a health professional I wanted to point out tips to keep you healthy in outdoors tasks, such as gardening, trimming, raking, etc. 1. It’s important to use both sides of your body as equally as possible. Pull...
South Florida Sun-SentinelThe Marlins pitching situation got more precarious Friday when set-up man Clay Hensley was placed on the 15-day disabled list with a shoulder injury. Hensley injured the shoulder Wednesday when pitching in the ninth inning against the Diamondbacks. He...
Phil Smith had to return home to Grand Junction to find a health care system that could ease his back pain with a simple 30-second exercise -- after physicians elsewhere proposed killing a nerve or surgical fusing of bones in his spine. His experience is...
Tags: Back Pain, Health Treatments, Surgery, Pain, Healthcare Provider
Can other communities copy the Grand Junction model of low-cost, high-quality, near-universal healthcare? Some doctors in this Colorado city of just over 53,000 say yes, others no. But clearly, some parts could be replicated elsewhere. The House of...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsA passerby finds an injured railroad worker in Hutchinson on Saturday morning. Darrin Myers of Arkansas was operating a small crane, moving railroad ties near the Whiteside Grain Elevator. The Reno County Sheriff's office reports a carriage pin on the...
The world's most powerful laser is finally here in the U.S. The "Hiro 3.0" is a revolutionary new laser -- the first of its kind. It's helping everyone from professional athletes to weekend warriors.. and even people who can't work out because they live...
Tags: 2016 Olympic Games, Feet, Neck Pain
There are many things you can do to boost your energy level. WATER Drinking plenty of water keeps the cells in our body regulated. Our body is about 60-70 percent water. Water is essential for the body’s growth and maintenance, as it’s...
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