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Physical therapy now may mean fewer opioids later

Study shows therapy may be a good early option for joint and back pain.

Published: 01/22/2019

Heart surgery likely not to blame for major memory problems

Study sheds new light on brain health after heart procedures.

Published: 01/21/2019

Drugged driving: What you should know

Illicit drugs and misused prescription meds can cause a variety of problems behind the wheel.

Published: 01/20/2019

Does turmeric spice have health benefits?

There's at least one common ache it may help.

Published: 01/19/2019

Food for thought: Calorie labeling may sway the brain

Brain scans revealed altered activity in areas that motivate eating.

Published: 01/18/2019

Colonoscopy: New evidence for the 10-year recommendation

New research strengthens standard screening guidelines for this common colon cancer screening.

Published: 01/17/2019

Sucking on your baby's pacifier may help prevent allergies

A new study suggests this simple practice might transfer health-boosting bacteria to babies and protect against allergies.

Published: 01/16/2019

Exposure to heat makes EpiPens less effective

New research suggests that EpiPens get less effective after exposure to unusually high temperatures.

Published: 01/15/2019

Sleep and contact lenses don't mix

The CDC warns that you could cost your eyes big time.

Published: 01/14/2019

When to call 911 for a child

Tips to help a parent or caregiver decide.

Published: 01/13/2019

How to check your hotel room for bedbugs

Don't let bedbugs hitch a ride back to your home.

Published: 01/12/2019

Yikes! Meet the Asian longhorned tick

Be sure you know the right way to remove a tick.

Published: 01/11/2019

5 steps to stay on your feet this winter

Be sure to keep an eye out for black ice, which can masquerade as mere water.

Published: 01/10/2019

Calling all 'rad' kids: Radiology website helps ease kids' fears

Kids share what it's like to have an imaging test.

Published: 01/09/2019

Even lifelong bookworms may read more slowly later in life

Embrace your natural reading speed as you age.

Published: 01/08/2019

A new link between red meat and heart disease

A study found that people with diets high in red meat had triple the amount of this chemical that causes heart disease.

Published: 01/07/2019

5 things you should know about cervical cancer

It's more common—and easier to prevent—than you might think.

Published: 01/06/2019

6 ways to make New Year's resolutions stick

These strategies can help you stay the course with confidence.

Published: 01/05/2019

Study links tooth loss and hypertension

A change in diet after losing teeth may explain this link.

Published: 01/04/2019

Anticoagulant risks are manageable

Turns out, a single drug might decrease the side effects of these common medications.

Published: 01/03/2019

Fentanyl-laced drugs: Cheap, powerful and deadly

A new study probes fentanyl's deadly surge.

Published: 01/02/2019

Have a nonalcoholic New Year's Eve

Consider these delicious alternatives and celebrate alcohol-free tonight.

Published: 12/31/2018

How to shovel snow safely

Tips for avoiding sprains, strains or worse.

Published: 12/30/2018

Don't let winter put a chill on exercise

Here's how to stick with a New Year's resolution to move more, even when temps drop.

Published: 12/29/2018

Why we lie to doctors

It's true: Many of us aren't candid with our doctors about important health info, according to a new study. But why do we take the risk?

Published: 12/28/2018

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