Chains Pull Dietary Aids Off Shelves After InquiryAfter the New York attorney general’s office issued subpoenas to Target, Walgreens, GNC and Walmart over claims made on their packaging of dietary supplements, the companies stopped the sales of the items.
Premature Delivery Tied to Heart Risks in MotherPremature delivery is tied to increased heart risks in the mother, a review of studies has found.
Reducing Blood Pressure Lowers Risk of Diabetes ComplicationsLowering blood pressure can significantly reduce the risk for many of the complications of Type 2 diabetes, a study concludes.
Better Fitness Through Your PhoneWhile some fitness monitors are accurate when measuring step counts, others are way off. And few are more accurate than the convenient and inexpensive apps you can find on your cellphone, a new study found.
Think Like a Doctor: Swept Off Her FeetSolve a real-life medical mystery: Can you figure out what’s wrong with a young woman with a headache that’s lasted for months who becomes too dizzy to walk?
Yoga Gaining in Popularity Among AmericansTitle: Yoga Gaining in Popularity Among Americans
Category: Health News
Created: 2/10/2015 12:00:00 AM
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Low Vitamin D in Childhood Linked to Later Heart RisksVitamin D deficiency in childhood may be linked to hardening of the arteries in middle age, a study has found.
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Gets a New NameA federal health panel has proposed that the illness now be called systemic exertion intolerance disease, in part to reduce stigma.
Ask Well: Measles vs. German MeaslesReaders ask: What’s the difference between measles and German measles? Should a man born in 1958 get a measles shot?
Turf ToeTitle: Turf Toe
Category: Diseases and Conditions
Created: 5/2/2011 12:00:00 AM
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