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  • Maryland can prevent overdose deaths

    With epidemic rates of prescription opioid and heroin deaths in Maryland, families are demanding easier access to the antidote that could save the lives of their loved ones. Naloxone is used safely to reverse the effects of heroin and prescription...
  • Why you need to know about EpiPens

     
    THE NURSE IS IN By Chris Hammerlund I have a friend who 10 years ago had to become the “mama bear” and a threaten lawsuit …...
  • New law lets schools treat allergic reactions

     
    Gov. Pat Quinn signed a new law today authorizing school officials to give an epinephrine shot to any student who is suffering a severe allergic …...
  • ‘Nurse Jackie’ recap: Always inspiring (sometimes inspiring fear)

     
    Jackie is sober. Last week, her supply of little blue pills was on its last legs. After rationing out her final few pills over her shift, Jackie ran out to meet her dealer/case worker Bill, only to see him be......
  • April Fool's pranks are good for you

     
    A hearty laugh on April Fool’s Day is just what the doctor ordered. Whether you are the victim or the prankster of an April Fool’s trick, the Society for Vascular Surgery says it’s good for your vascular health. Laughing increases...
  • Local boards discuss unfunded state mandate to manage student food allergies

     
    A policy to regulate student food allergy management will come before the Warren Township High School Board on Tuesday – and has already been a …...
  • Tips for travelers with allergies

    Tips for travelers with allergies
    Traveling can be tough enough, but if you or other family members suffer from food allergies, hitting the road can be a nightmare. About 4% of adults and up to 8% of children younger than 4 have allergies to various foods and additives, according to the...
  • Exercise may reduce chronic pain

    Exercise may reduce chronic pain
    For more than a decade, Cheryl Clark has lived with the chronic pain that accompanies fibromyalgia. After years of suffering with severe flulike aches and pains, she finally found some relief — but it didn't come from a pill or a shot. It came...
  • Restaurant sued in death of girl, 13, at school

    The family of a Chicago Public Schools seventh-grader who died last year after an allergic reaction to peanuts at a school party has filed a wrongful-death suit against the Chinese restaurant that provided the meal, claiming the student's teacher told the...
  • Aging out of allergies

    Aging out of allergies
    Two years after outgrowing a peanut allergy, Holly Sweenie finally took a peanut butter and jelly sandwich to school. "It took me a long time to get up the courage to pack one," said Sweenie's mom, Susan, of Canton, Mass. "I assumed allergies were...
  • How To Cope With Seasonal Allergies

    How To Cope With Seasonal Allergies
    Spring is in full swing, and so are those pesky seasonal allergies, which are already making life miserable -- and not just for chronic allergy sufferers. So, what's going on? Plenty, according to Dr. Clifford Bassett, Director of Allergy & Asthma Care...