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  • Numbers of poisonings due to e-cigarettes is climbing

    PITTSBURGH Reports of poisonings have been cropping up all over Minnesota, Missouri, Utah, Nebraska, Kentucky, Oklahoma, even Sweden. In Britain, a Staffordshire bull terrier puppy in February died within hours of chewing a bottle of nicotine-laced...
  • EatingWell: 5 small food swaps can make you instantly healthier

    You really can stick with that "get healthy" New Year's resolution you made back in January -- without gimmicks, or a big outlay of money or time. Making a few simple changes in may be all it takes. Swap Out: Butter Swap In: Olive or Canola Oil Not all...
  • Mayo Clinic Medical Edge: Comprehensive eye exam can help detect glaucoma in early stages

    DEAR MAYO CLINIC: I'm 53 and have never had trouble with my eyesight, but my mother has glaucoma, which I know increases my risk of getting it. Is there anything I can do to prevent glaucoma? How often should I have an eye exam? ANSWER: You're correct...
  • Moderation is key to staying healthy as a senior athlete

    Source: Cleveland Clinic whatdoctorsknow.com Aging affects multiple organ systems, from the heart and lungs to your bones and metabolism. Of all the changes, musculoskeletal issues have the most impact on the aging senior's sport. These include: 1....
  • Party guests should not have to pay entrance fees

    Party guests should not have to pay entrance fees
      Dear Miss Manners: I am the godmother of a lovely girl who will be turning 2. Her mother and I have decided to throw her a casual party at a festival that includes hayrides, party favors, live music, a gazebo, etc., for a reasonable price that I am...
  • Where are the positive stories about Obamacare?

    Where are the positive stories about Obamacare?
    If there were fairness in this world, Rita Rizzo would be a media star. Rizzo, 60, owns a management consulting firm for nonprofit groups and government offices in Akron, Ohio, with her husband, Lou Vincent, 64. Vincent, who suffers from Type 2 diabetes...
  • Chemists discover secret to dark chocolate's health benefits

    Chemists discover secret to dark chocolate's health benefits
    For years, chocolate lovers have remained blissfully unaware of the precise reason bittersweet dark chocolate seems to improve cardiovascular health. At least until, now that is. On Tuesday, researchers at meeting of the American Chemical Society (ACS)...
  • Can a chocolate pill help prevent heart attacks?

    Can a chocolate pill help prevent heart attacks?
    For those who believe in the power of chocolate comes the start of a new study. Researchers will look into whether certain ingredients in dark chocolate can help prevent heart attacks and strokes.   But before you start digging into your stash of...
  • Looking into the healing effects of music

    Looking into the healing effects of music
    Onstage at the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall in Costa Mesa, an older couple assumes a ballroom dance position. A tango begins, and the man, wearing a porkpie hat and suit, leads. The woman, wearing a floral dress, follows gracefully. Judging...
  • About 88,000 U.S. deaths each year traced to alcohol use, study says

    Alcohol is responsible for about 88,000 deaths in the U.S. each year, according to a new government report on the toll of excessive drinking. The study, published Thursday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, comes as police investigate an...
  • Bulletin Board

    Tuesday Aqua fitness classes, includes fitness activities and social fun for adults and children. Heated pool; facility accommodates special needs, Tuesday-Friday, 10-10:45 a.m., The John H. Denson Pool, 225 NW 12th Ave., Boynton Beach. Walk-in, $3....
  • The myth of 'yoga as medicine'

    The myth of 'yoga as medicine'
    NEW YORK — Fifteen years ago, a handful of poorly constructed, clearly biased studies purported to show that prayer was a legitimate medical tool. Americans fell for it, and we still haven't learned our lesson. It's hard to resist something we...