| Apr 1, 2011
| 5:47 AM
A New York woman getting ready to move to New England found a possible home on Craigslist and flew up to take a tour with the owner, a New Hampshire town official, on March 5th.
However, police say that Salem planning board member Jeffrey Gray, 48,...
| Nov 10, 2010
Q: What's the best treatment to relieve anal itching?
A: Anal itching is common and can be intense. Doctors call it pruritus ani. Usually there is no specific medical cause.
Itching arises because the anus is a very sensitive area and a dirty area....
| Dec 3, 2010
| 7:05 PM
The best-kept secret in cancer treatment is gaining widespread attention in part from local news at Hampton University.
When the Hampton University Proton Therapy Institute officially opened in October, it put proton therapy on the map not only in...
| Dec 21, 2010
Q: I was diagnosed with morphea about three years ago. I understand there's no cure, but I'm looking at treatments to improve the condition. I know there's light therapy and I found some information on herbal medicines on the Internet. Are there any other...
| Aug 10, 2010
I am frequently amazed by my husband's ability to sleep through all kinds of noises that cause me to wake in a flash -- car alarms, smoke detectors that are running low on batteries, and especially kids who have lost track of their favorite blankie in the...
| Jan 3, 2011
Q: I have trouble swallowing that is accompanied by chest pain. Tests show I have a narrowing of the esophagus. What does this mean and what should I do?
A: I interpret your problem to mean that when you swallow solid foods, they lodge in your...
| Jan 3, 2011
A blood test that could spot a single cancer cell among a billion healthy ones is moving one step closer to being available at your doctor's office, researchers announced Monday.
According to Johnson & Johnson, a $30-million investment in a new test that...
| Aug 18, 2010
No, no, we only think we already knew it!
The destructive effects of illicit anabolic steroids on heart function, as well as the helpful effects of chocolate consumption, may be widely assumed by physicians and patients. But two new studies --...
| Sep 1, 2010
A growing body of evidence suggests that the widely used diabetes drug metformin can reduce the risk of cancer, researchers said Wednesday.
A study in mice exposed to tobacco carcinogens shows that the drug can reduce the development of lung tumors by...
| Aug 25, 2010
Q: I'm 79 and had chickenpox as a child. Should I get the shingles vaccine? What are the risks?
A: The U.S. Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) recommends the shingles vaccine for most people ages 60 and over, regardless of whether they...
| Sep 29, 2010
A brief needle-in-the-back test could someday tell you, if you were inclined to know, whether you're likely to suffer from neurological diseases such as Alzheimer's or Parkinson's, and how bad the condition will be in your case.
Researchers are using...
| Mar 1, 2011
| 6:46 PM
"Lost your essence after excessive lovemaking?" BioRay said it has a supplement for you.
Autism? Allergies? Liver problems? BioRay said it can help.
In fact, the supplement company established by Timothy and Stephanie Ray said it has products for just...