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Tribune Media ServicesDEAR MAYO CLINIC: For the past couple of weeks, my calves have been swollen. They don't hurt, but I definitely notice that my socks are tighter than normal. What could be the cause? ANSWER: There are numerous causes of painless swelling of the legs...
Pocono Record, Stroudsburg, Pa."You satisfied?" The question came from the sister of a man who died after a May 9 fight at a Tobyhanna barber shop as the accused killer was brought into district court Wednesday. "I hope you rot," the sister of Quentin Thomas, 34, told a silent,...
The Record, Stockton, Calif.Brijet Finister could run like the wind, up and down the Franklin High School soccer field as a center forward, and on the softball field, where she also played for the Yellowjackets. She'd get winded doing it, but she always assumed she just wasn't...
Premium Health News Servicehttp://www.whatdoctorsknow.com Who would want to take a medication every day unless there was a very good reason to do so? Do we have alternatives that actually are effective? Can we take medications just until other measures become effective? These...
The Sentinel, Carlisle, Pa.Newcomers to Southcentral Pennsylvania sometimes visit Dr. Donald Harper at Medical Arts Allergy's offices in Carlisle or Mechanicsburg looking for answers. They arrive at the office with classic allergy symptoms, but tests for animal, mold or pollen...
Erie Times-News, Pa.The thought would creep into Derek Hankins' mind during the tough times. Maybe it was time to give it up. Then Hankins would take the mound, stare down at his catcher for a sign and everything would be all right. The 29-year-old was dealt several...
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The Telegraph, Alton, Ill.We have nothing against cinnamon. It goes great with rolls and on toast. But we could do without the proliferation of videos popping up online in which children and teens try to swallow a tablespoon of the ground spice -- without water -- to the howling...
Barbara Butkus bought an airline ticket in November to fly from Palm Springs to Washington, D.C., a month later for a family reunion. Just to be on the safe side, Butkus, 80, also bought travel insurance while booking her flight through Orbitz, the...
Winston-Salem Journal, N.C.The shortness of breath and chest aches that some teenage female athletes experience during play may not be a major health concern after all, according to a Cone Health-sponsored study released last week. The report from the LeBauer Cardiovascular...
RedEyeInternational man of mystery, Justin Bieber is not. (His middle name also isn't Danger. If you didn't get that reference, you have permission to skip work and go home now.) Canada's favorite drop-crotch pants-wearer, who recently achieved drinking age...
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A Baltimore abortion clinic whose license was suspended last week disputes that a patient suffered cardiac arrest at its facility, as the state contends. The administrator for the clinic, Associates in Ob/Gyn Care LLC on North Calvert Street, said in a...
Premium Health News Servicehttp://www.kidsdr.com Have you heard the sound of raspy, throaty voices around your house lately? This "noise" is ushering in croup season! Croup is an infection that causes swelling of the larynx (vocal box) and trachea (windpipe) that in turn makes...
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