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  • EZ Doctor gives you the lowdown on your physician

    EZ Doctor gives you the lowdown on your physician
    For $19.95, consumers can know everything about a doctor, from education and board certifications to malpractice claims and settlements. That's just one service of Fort Lauderdale-based EZ Doctor, which also provides patient scheduling and video chats...
  • Study of former NFL players highlights risks of tackling too young

    Is there a safe time to let your kids play tackle football? That has yet to be determined, but a new study suggests you may want to wait until they are at least 12 years old. Researchers found that former NFL players who started playing tackle...
  • Hold the cranberries: UTI myths explained

    Source: Cleveland Clinic whatdoctorsknow.com The myths about preventing and treating a urinary tract infection (UTI) are many, but let's get to the truth. About 60 percent of women will experience this common malady (and the painful, frequent and...
  • Doctor promotes radical plant-based diet to fix hearts

     Doctor promotes radical plant-based diet to fix hearts
    In Tarahumara natives of Mexico and the highlanders of Papua New Guinea, coronary heart disease is rare. Some call them superhumans, but it makes perfect sense to Dr. Caldwell B. Esselstyn of the Wellness Institute at the Cleveland Clinic. "On this...
  • Broward hospitals fight Plantation General move

    Broward hospitals fight Plantation General move
    Broward County hospitals have launched two legal challenges to try to block a project that calls for Plantation General Hospital to move near the campus of Nova Southeastern University. The state Agency for Health Care Administration last month gave...
  • IBM's cognitive computer Watson could use skills to help treat veterans with PTSD

    IBM's cognitive computer Watson could use skills to help treat veterans with PTSD
    In 2011, IBM's Watson computer system used artificial intelligence to beat challengers on the TV quiz show "Jeopardy." Now, physicians at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs are putting Watson to a different test: using the system to help them...
  • Haloti Ngata's Adderall suspension almost beyond belief

    Haloti Ngata's Adderall suspension almost beyond belief
    Please, someone tell me this is some kind of practical joke. Pro Bowl defensive lineman Haloti Ngata has tested positive for Adderall and is going to miss the last month of the regular season. What, was he wearing his WWCDD (What would Chris Davis Do?)...
  • Candied cheeries give a festive touch

    Candied cheeries give a festive touch
    Third place: Jill Burgess, Coconut Creek The recipe: Santa's whiskers Why they're so good: Streaks of sweet cherries add a Christmas touch to an old-fashioned cookie. Baker bio: Burgess, 51, first started making these cookies as a young girl...
  • Beating the holiday blues for a brighter, happier season

    Beating the holiday blues for a brighter, happier season
    It's supposed to be the season to be jolly — but not everyone feels like celebrating this time of year. "It's normal (for some people) to be sad around the holidays," said Susan Forward, a therapist and author of "Mothers Who Can't Love: A Healing...
  • Doctors Hospital among 3 Riverside locations hit by Medicare fines

    Doctors Hospital among 3 Riverside locations hit by Medicare fines
    In a second round of fines related to the quality of certain performance measures instituted by the Affordable Care Act, three Riverside hospitals will take a 1 percent hit in Medicare reimbursements for the next fiscal year. The across-the-board...
  • Couch potato cure keeps kids active, engaged during the winter

    Source: The Cleveland Clinic whatdoctorsknow.com When it's dark long before dinnertime and temperatures are finger- and toe-numbing outside, the urge to hibernate hits. Although winter can be tricky, there are many ways to keep your children active...