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Premium Health News ServiceQ. I live at 6,000 feet of altitude and am 67 years old. Does exercising at that high an altitude confer any additional health benefits, especially for the cardiovascular system? A. I can't think why regular exercise would be any more beneficial for...
A recent study has found that females who stop having their periods before age 46 had a higher incidence of heart disease and stroke. Doctors have long suspected that women who undergo early menopause might be at an increased risk for those medical...
Tribune reporterThe body of a West Rogers Park man who died of cyanide poisoning last summer after winning a million-dollar lottery was laid to rest again Monday, three days after his remains were exhumed for an autopsy as part of a homicide investigation. The scene at...
Sara Baker says the light went on in her head after a cup of hot cocoa set off a storm in her stomach. "I went back and looked at the package, and there it was: carrageenan," said Baker, a career services coordinator from Bloomington, in central...
Tribune reporterChief Cook County Medical Examiner Stephen J. Cina said this afternoon that the body of lottery winner Urooj Khan, exhumed as part of a homicide investigation, was in an advanced state of decomposition but pathologists were able to take samples for...
Premium Health News ServiceQ. Why does my calf start hurting a few minutes after I start walking? A. The most benign possibility, particularly if this problem started recently, is simply a strain in the calf muscle. Such a strain should cause symptoms pretty much whenever you...
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We went for it anyway ... even though we were geographically undesirable. Love knows no bounds, right? So we flew in the face of reason and committed to a commuter relationship. If it weren't for the vexing distance between us, we'd be the inspiration...
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L.A. NOWThe L.A. County coroner's office has concluded that Sage Stallone, the son of Sylvester Stallone, died of coronary artery disease, commonly known as hardening of the arteries. The coroner declared death by natural causes and the toxicology test came back....
The Fitness Center - Orlando SentinelYou're probably familiar with the famous movie scene in which Sylvester Stallone's Rocky Balboa wakes up, opens the fridge, cracks about a half-dozen raw eggs into a glass and sloppily drinks them. It's the Breakfast of Champions, circa 1976. These days,...
The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health has named Dr. Josef Coresh the inaugural recipient of the George W. Comstock Professorship in Epidemiology. The professorship honors the legacy of Dr. George Comstock, a physician and professor...
Q: I grew up adding milk to my tea and prefer to drink it like that. Does milk in tea reduce the beneficial effects of the tea? What about soy milk? A: Both green and black tea stimulate the production of nitric oxide in blood vessels. This helps blood...
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The 55-year-old veteran Alaska Airlines pilot found dead on a 5 Freeway offramp in Burbank in October died of natural causes, authorities said Thursday. The man — Lee Morris of Richland, Wash. — died of atherosclerotic heart disease, said Los...
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