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  • Young men may have unrecognized eating disorders

    Young men may have unrecognized eating disorders
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Eating disorders are most often associated with young women, but a new study suggests young men can also become obsessed with their appearance and go to extremes to enhance their bodies. The problem can resemble a...
  • Unmasking Dan Brown

    Unmasking Dan Brown
    Since the publication of "The Da Vinci Code," book research for bestselling author Dan Brown has become an act of subterfuge and judicious disguise. To write his new novel, "Inferno," which involves chase sequences and clue-deciphering set in Italy's...
  • Banish the bloat

    Banish the bloat
    For more than a decade, Barbara Blane Toney has been dealing with the classic symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome: bloating, gas and abdominal distress. Her doctors prescribed medication and over-the-counter supplements, treatments that only seemed...
  • What spurred MLB investigation? Disgruntled Biogenesis employee

    An employee deprived of a $4,000 investment — that's what started the chain of events that led to Major League Baseball's suspensions of 13 players, including three-time most valuable player Alex Rodriguez. Rodriguez, whose career...
  • Check out newer drugs for canine seizures

    Q: Our 10-year old Australian Shepherd-mix has been treated for four years for seizures. She became overweight, largely due to all the medications: potassium bromide and phenobarbital for seizures, as well as thyroid medication and steroids for allergies....
  • Be patient with dog who's been traumatized

    Q: Our dog was attacked in our own driveway by another dog, and now she's afraid to set foot in the driveway to take a walk. She's excited to see the leash, but won't go out the front door. As a result, she's gaining weight. What should I do? -- M.S.,...
  • MLB doping timeline

    MLB doping timeline
    (Reuters) - A timeline of key Major League Baseball doping milestones: 1998 Aug 22 - A jar of androstenedione is discovered in the locker of St. Louis slugger Mark McGwire, who admits he uses the steroids precursor. McGwire goes on to hit a then Major...
  • Steroids: What they are, what they do

      WHAT THEY ARE: Also known as anabolic-androgenic steroids, they are drugs that mimic the effects of the body's naturally produced testosterone. WHAT THEY DO: They build muscle (anabolic effects) and cause the development of masculine characteristics...
  • Steroid Abuse Among Connecticut Teenagers is a Growing Problem

    Steroid Abuse Among Connecticut Teenagers is a Growing Problem
    Brian Cunningham says no one asked him where he got the 200 doses of illegal steroids found in his Southington High School locker back in April. Nor did anyone ask the 18-year-old who among his friends or teammates might also be doping. Not the cops,...
  • Q&A: Ask the pediatrician! Dr. Diana Blythe answers your questions about kids' health

    <b>Q&A:</b> Ask the pediatrician! Dr. Diana Blythe answers your questions about kids' health
    Have a question for Dr. Blythe? Write to her at AskThePediatrician@tribune.com. For more information on Dr. Blythe, go to pediatricassociates.com. April 29, 2013 Q: My 5-year-old daughter just had her adenoids and tonsils removed because of snoring...
  • Jailed pill mill owner says he made millions

    Jailed pill mill owner says he made millions
    Owning some of South Florida's busiest pill mills was lucrative work and nothing held him back, Christopher George told a jury on Tuesday — not his complete lack of experience in the health care industry or even his criminal history as a convicted...
  • Hollywood Won't Be a Bystander as Healthcare Debate Heats Up

    A surprising number of people I encountered this week were angry about something -- or about everything. Some of it was "Hollywood anger" -- frustration about slow decisionmaking, rude agents, shrinking deals and all the other perversities built into...