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pix11.com | @jaydownycMonmouth county admiration officials spent several hours testing air samples Monday from inside the courthouse building this afternoon. The results were negative for volatile chemical compounds. 65-people people fell ill Monday afternoon inside the...
Overview Alexion is a biopharmaceutical company focused on serving patients with severe and ultra-rare disorders through the innovation, development and commercialization of life-transforming therapeutic products. Our marketed product Soliris®...
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Nine year old Evan Smith was diagnosed as having Asthma at a young age. He is able to manage his Asthma and participate in sports without any trouble. "He can do pretty much anything, he skates, he plays hockey, he hikes, he's very active," says Evan's...
Fox59 is taking action when it comes to finding mold in rental homes. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, living with mold in your home can cause everything from mild asthma to shortness of breath and even lung disease. “The...
Contributing columnistFebruary is American Heart Month, so you should take this opportunity to better understand the symptoms and warning signs of a heart attack. A heart attack is the result of a blockage in the heart’s arteries, which can reduce or completely cut off...
Teri Arnold of the American Heart Association asks: "How much do you know about your heart's health? It's easy to be fooled by misconceptions. After all, heart disease only happens to your elderly neighbor or to your fried food-loving uncle, right? Or...
"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.comIt's hard to believe just a few months ago we were buried in inches of snow, but this week the temperatures in the Tri-state area have reached deadly heights, with the mercury flirting with triple digits. City living is worse, because the buildings and...
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The new year brings a lot of resolutions to exercise. And sometimes the cold weather also means more snow shoveling. All that exertion can be harmful to people with abnormal hearts by leading to sudden cardiac arrest. Dr. Gordon Tomaselli, director of...
Special to the TribuneMarla Kalish, 58, of Highland Park, started experiencing chest pressure five years ago during her morning tennis matches. When she slowed down, the pressure would always dissipate, so she chalked it up to acid reflux. "I didn't really pause too much or...
Even healthy people might want to forgo their morning run or bike rides this week, when the air will be fouled with smoke from the ongoing wildfire in the Everglades, health officials said Tuesday. People with breathing problems and children should...
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