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Sprawled across an overstuffed couch on a recent afternoon, PlayStation video game controller in hand, Adam Cartwright looked utterly at home in his one-bedroom apartment in West Glendale. Prior to moving in two weeks ago, he hadn’t slept...
The State Line Ruritan Club in conjunction with Omega Health Care will be sponsoring a community health screening from 7 to 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 24, at State Line Ruritan Building, 15841 Park Drive, State Line, Pa. The cost is $50. A health...
Press ReleaseAs floodwaters from Tropical Storm Lee recede, the Pennsylvania Department of Health is warning residents of the potential for mold growth in homes and businesses. "Damp conditions from flooding create the perfect breeding grounds for mold to grow, which...
Joe W. Gates, 64, of Kewadin, died Saturday after a short battle with a rare liver disease, July 2, 2011, at his home. He was born July 15, 1946, in Charlevoix, the son of John and Rose (Ernst) Gates. Joe attended Ellsworth Community School, followed by...
From the Office of Emergency Management: The National Weather Service has issued a Heat Advisory for New York City through 9 PM Tuesday, July 12. While temperatures are expected to reach into the low 90s, the combination of heat and humidity will make it...
The 33 NewsJenny Carillo is like a growing number of young American's--she's 23 and was diagnosed with fatty liver disease when she was 19. "I guess it's how you're parents teach you to eat," Jenny said. "I guess I always ate what my dad ate." Dr. Shahid Aziz is...
PIX11.comNatural remedies have been known to ease any number of ailments for quite some time, and given the high price of health care, herbs are more relevant than ever. Treating yourself with home remedies is the easiest, least invasive and sometimes the most...
Over 20 students of Crescenta Valley High School volunteered in October at Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles. Members of the Falcon men’s baseball team and women’s volleyball team pitched in at Biliary Atresia Day, an event sponsored...
Today is World Hepatitis Day, and physicians are applauding two new drugs they hope will make great strides in the treatment and eradication of hepatitis C, Bon Secours Hampton Roads said in a news release. Hepatitis C (HCV) is the most common chronic...
Tags: Hampton Roads, Pharmaceuticals, Human Body, Liver, Bon Secours
Multi-media JournalistA man who had to fight to survive is now fighting for a cause. George Bollinger from Heidelberg Township in York County waited two years for a liver transplant after being diagnosed with Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis, a chronic liver disease. He soon...
Tags: Liver Transplants, Vehicles, Lungs and Airways, Surgery, Liver
Studies showing that alcohol protects the heart raise questions about drinking. Does moderate, prudent drinking protect the heart and arteries? Two analyses say — shout, actually — that the answer is yes. But they raise a bigger issue: What...
Just a few bad habits -- watching TV, eating potato chips, having a sugary soda at lunch or staying up too late at night -- can add up to a steady creep of pounds over the years, U.S. researchers said on Wednesday. While most studies on diet focus on...
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