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  • Earl Sweatshirt cancels upcoming tour dates due to pneumonia

    Earl Sweatshirt cancels upcoming tour dates due to pneumonia
    This post has been updated. See below for details. Earl Sweatshirt, the Los Angeles-born rapper whose major label debut “Doris” is due this summer, has been forced to cancel all upcoming concert dates after a bout of pneumonia landed him...
  • Meth Use is on the Rise in Connecticut

    Meth Use is on the Rise in Connecticut
    "Monsignor Meth," as suspended Roman Catholic priest Kevin Wallin has come to be known, admitted earlier this year to selling more than $300,000 worth of methamphetamine out of his Waterbury apartment. Only about 23 grams (sold for $3,400) of Wallin's...
  • Am I taking too much ibuprofen?

    Q: I've been taking a couple of over-the-counter ibuprofen tablets two or three times per day to ease pain and inflammation in my knees. Could it be harmful to do this for an extended period of time, say a year? A: Ibuprofen is one of the nonsteroidal...
  • Get back pain relief with new exercises and old drugs

    Q: My husband is getting severe spasms in his lower back, possibly as a result of twisting wrong while doing sit-ups. He's getting no relief from ibuprofen. Is there an over-the-counter alternative? A: If your husband's back pain developed after doing...
  • You can find help for arthritis when you've had an ulcer

    Q: I had a peptic ulcer seven years ago. I haven't had any symptoms since, so I suppose it has healed. I now have arthritis and want to take Aleve. Is that OK? A: You are correct in worrying about causing a new ulcer when taking naproxen (Aleve) or...
  • Baby's first cold: Amid the sniffles, your child is building important antibodies

    I find myself in the office each day amid a host of babies succumbing to their first colds. I walk into the room and see their little runny noses, their red rimmed eyes and hear their frequent coughs while they sit their mom's or dad's laps. The parents,...
  • Leave the baby aspirin for adults!

    During a recent office visit, I saw a 4-year-old child who was not one of my regular patients. He had a fever and a runny nose. His mother was giving me the child's medical history as I began examining the boy. I had my back slightly turned from her. The...
  • Go Away With ... Melissa Francis

    Go Away With ... Melissa Francis
    Melissa Francis has an unusual background for a news anchor. As a child, she was a regular on "Little House on the Prairie," portraying Michael Landon's adopted daughter. Later, as a student at Harvard University, she was captain of the university's...
  • Treatment for rib fracture limited, but first rule out other underlying injuries

    DEAR MAYO CLINIC: My husband, 71, slipped on the stairs and now has a painful area on his rib cage. He has fractured a rib before and says there's no way to treat it, so he has not gone to the doctor. Is it true that nothing can be done? Does he need to...
  • Self-care measures helpful, but may not be enough to resolve Achilles tendinitis

    DEAR MAYO CLINIC: What causes Achilles tendinitis? Are there things I can do at home to help it heal more quickly? ANSWER: Although Achilles tendinitis is often associated with an increase in sports activity, any increase in stress on the tendon can...
  • Hobo or Boy Scout? Credit quiz tells the score

    It's one of the most important numbers influencing life on this planet, and I don't mean your ZIP code, dress size or how much you spent on Mother's Day gifts for your wife. I mean your credit score, which, besides determining how much credit you get...
  • Are painkillers also killing your hearing?

    Frequent use may be a preventable contributor to hearing loss. When you think of risk factors for hearing loss, over-the-counter painkillers probably aren't among them. But a Harvard study published in a recent issue of the American Journal of...