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  • Temporada de flu llega al sur de Florida antes de tiempo

    Temporada de flu llega al sur de Florida antes de tiempo
    Un brote inicial de la gripe(flu) estacional que ha afectado a gran parte de Estados Unidos está empezando a afectar cada vez más al sur de Florida. Desde mediados de diciembre, la salas de emergencia del condado de Broward han estado viendo casi el...
  • OUR HEALTH:Southwest VA practice first in region to perform non-surgical face lifts

    OUR HEALTH:Southwest VA practice first in region to perform non-surgical face lifts
    A Southwest Virginia plastic surgery practice is the first and only facility in the region to offer FDA approved non-invasive face lifts that don’t involve cutting or scars. Since the Southwest Virginia Center in Roanoke began offering the Ultherapy...
  • Tart cherries in your diet can temper gout attacks

    Tart cherries in your diet can temper gout attacks
    Q: I have been battling gout for the past five weeks and was on indomethacin, ibuprofen and a low-purine diet. The attacks kept moving around from joint to joint, and the ordeal has been extremely painful. I heard that tart cherries might help, so I...
  • The Frugal Traveler: Packing a frugal first aid kit

    The Frugal Traveler: Packing a frugal first aid kit
    On a recent trip to the Caribbean, an accidental injury reminded me that skimping on first aid supplies is a packing strategy with potentially serious repercussions. Repercussions I was going to have to deal with before I could possibly continue with my...
  • A natural script to help relieve chronic pain

    A natural script to help  relieve chronic pain
    Dear Pharmacist: I live in chronic pain. No one is sure why. I take hydrocodone and ibuprofen daily, but I'm still in pain. Can you recommend any vitamins to help me? — M.C., Dallas, Texas Dear M.C.: I'm sorry you are going through this. Luckily,...
  • NSAIDs following a heart attack greatly increase risk of a repeat heart attack, and death

    Heart patients who used common pain relievers called NSAIDs even briefly are at much higher risk of having a repeat heart attack or of dying than those who stay away from the drugs, which include such widely used over-the-counter medications as...
  • Attention hikers: a way to reduce altitude sickness is at hand

     
    The tool to prevent altitude sickness is available over the counter....
  • The Dry Garden: Holiday tidings, trimmed in recycled wood

     
    My hand aches. My back aches. There is no end of aching in sight. But as Thanksgiving approaches, gratitude runs deep. I am thankful for a remarkably generous rain year, for California poppies, for sunflowers, local horse-stable manure so good......
  • Can acetaminophen cause asthma?

     
    Acetaminophen has been the most prevalent pain kiler used in children for the past 30 years. But a report that will anchor the December issue of PEDIATRICS, the Official Journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics, sends a compelling warning about the...
  • Whitney Houston: Drugs, alcohol, drowning or ...? Time will tell

     
    How did Whitney Houston die? Whitney Houston's cause of death won't be known officially for weeks, but the rumor mill was going full strength Monday with talk about whether prescriptions drugs and alcohol, drowning or even a heart attack caused by a mix...
  • Battery at school, an eBay scam and more: Gurnee blotter March 28

     
    Battery Two teenage girls allegedly battered a 38-year-old male security guard on March 24 at Warren Township High School on O’Plaine Road. They were released …...
  • Headache Cures May Make the Pain Worse

    Headache Cures May Make the Pain Worse
    Got a headache? If so, Consumer Reports dares to ask whether you're accidentally causing yourself more pain by over-treating your symptoms with common pain relievers. It also recommends patients and their doctors consider the generic prescription-drug...