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  • There are ways to control symptoms of multiple sclerosis

    Source: Cleveland Clinic whatdoctorsknow.com It's understandable when patients with multiple sclerosis focus only on treating symptoms and forget their bodies have other needs, but that's not the best course of action. "A therapeutic approach that...
  • Dangerous head injury may go unnoticed

    Source: Cleveland Clinic whatdoctorsknow.com Generally, people have believed if a hit to the head didn't cause a concussion, there was no brain injury, either. Now, physicians are learning that even hard hits that don't cause concussions -- called...
  • Prostate cancer doesn't always mean treatment

    Prostate cancer doesn't always mean treatment
    "Cancer" is a very scary word, which is why being diagnosed with prostate cancer can trigger a dramatic reaction in men and doctors that can do more harm than good, new studies report. About 1 in 7 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer in their...
  • Former Bears linebacker Tim Shaw battles ALS

    Former Bears linebacker Tim Shaw battles ALS
    "It is almost a gift to have someone tell you when they think you are going to die. Imagine all the petty, insignificant, unworthy things you spend time thinking about and doing in your life. When someone tells you that you don't have much time, you are...
  • Chargers' Antonio Gates lets his sister's memory guide him

    Chargers' Antonio Gates lets his sister's memory guide him
    He has two of the surest hands in NFL history, but only now does Antonio Gates fully grasp what his little sister meant to him. The All-Pro tight end, beginning his 12th season with the San Diego Chargers, sat at his locker Tuesday and reminisced...
  • A bacterium that destroys tumors' dark heart shows promise

    A bacterium that destroys tumors' dark heart shows promise
    A mutant form of a bacterium that lives in soil and thrives in low-oxygen environments appears to be a precise and aggressive killer of malignant tumors as well as an energetic activator of the body's immune system, according to new research. When...
  • Michelle Wie will miss LPGA Championship because of injured finger

    Michelle Wie will miss LPGA Championship because of injured finger
    Michelle Wie, who had to withdraw Thursday from the Meijer LPGA Classic because of an injured finger, will miss the LPGA Championship next week. Wie's management company, IMG Golf, announced Saturday that the reigning U.S. Women's Open champion has a...
  • People on the move

    Finance James E. Tisdale has joined the public accounting firm Morrison, Brown, Argiz & Farra, LLC. as a client relationship specialist in Boca Raton. Previously, Tisdale worked in the mergers and acquisition and real estate industry. He is the former...
  • Some heart attack triggers might surprise you

    The best way to manage heart health is through diet and exercise and, when necessary, the use of prescription medications. But there are certain heart attack triggers that might surprise you. In general, we think of the four "Es" as follows: exertion,...
  • Crenshaw, Banning, Carson, Westchester athletes getting concussion tests

    The Cleveland Clinic will be giving baseline concussion testing to athletes from Crenshaw, Banning, Carson and Westchester this week while using new technology it developed. It uses an iPad's gyroscope to measure an athlete's balance as part of an...
  • Researcher aims to keep patients in their comfort zone close to home

    Who: Paul Papagni is executive director of clinical research at Holy Cross Hospital, Fort Lauderdale. Connecting the dots: Papagni saw an opportunity for South Florida because of his experience in legal, compliance and health care at the Cleveland...