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  • Laser Technology: Therapy for your body

    The world's most powerful laser is finally here in the U.S. The "Hiro 3.0" is a revolutionary new laser -- the first of its kind. It's helping everyone from professional athletes to weekend warriors.. and even people who can't work out because they live...
  • Pilates, tai chi or yoga?

    Pilates, tai chi or yoga?
    Each of these exercise philosophies consists of low-impact movements that focus on both mind and body for better physical and mental health. And each has health benefits that are supported by scientific research. None require expensive equipment or...
  • Prevention is the best medicine for back pain

    Have you ever wondered how to get rid of your back pain? Have you ever wondered how you got the crazy back pain in the first place? Statistics have shown that 80% of Americans have had some kind of lower back pain. I have been one of those statistics...
  • Forty-five medical tests patients and doctors should question

    Forty-five medical tests patients and doctors should question
    The new listing of 45 common treatments patients and doctors should question is part of a growing movement that challenges routine care. Next up: The upcoming Avoiding Avoidable Care summit, to be held on April 25 in Boston, will bring together more than...
  • Federal center pays good money for suspect medicine

    Federal center pays good money for suspect medicine
    Thanks to a $374,000 taxpayer-funded grant, we now know that inhaling lemon and lavender scents doesn't do a lot for our ability to heal a wound. With $666,000 in federal research money, scientists examined whether distant prayer could heal AIDS. It could...
  • Concert Review: WHY? and Serengeti at the Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartford

    Concert Review: WHY? and Serengeti at the Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartford
    (This article contains a correction.) WHY? singer Yoni Wolf appeared onstage around 9:15 p.m. in a shirt and tie covered by a bright green V-neck sweater, gray sweatpants and boat shoes. His hair was parted crisply to one side and he wore black-rimmed...
  • Medical board: Doctor was negligent

    An Irvine-based doctor has lost his medical license for over-prescribing medication to a depressed patient a month before the patient died of an overdose. Dariush Javanshir's license was revoked for prescribing 330 tablets of anti-anxiety medication...
  • Zadroga Law Town Hall Tour Hits Jersey City

    Zadroga Law Town Hall Tour Hits Jersey City
    First responders along with others who survived 9/11 showed up to the City Hall of Jersey City on Thursday night for the second stop of the Zadroga Law town hall tour. At the center of it all, the controversial 93-page report that denied cancer patients...
  • In-Your-Face Fitness: Keeping your lower back pain-free

    In-Your-Face Fitness: Keeping your lower back pain-free
    On a recent ski trip, my best friend handed me a flask of cinnamon schnapps. He called it "courage in 100-proof form," and I needed it. I was perched at the edge of a cliff, looking at a 20-foot drop into thigh-deep powder. Nearly a decade ago, when I...
  • Small Wonders: A dose of cell phone reality

    Small Wonders: A dose of cell phone reality
    Dear Parents (and you know who you are), I would like to thank those of you who felt that the third grade was an appropriate age to give your child a cell phone. I'm sure you have every good reason for doing so. But thanks to your generosity, I am...
  • For a bike and body in sync

    For a bike and body in sync
    SWEAT glistens on 24-year-old triathlete Lauren Robertson's forehead as she pedals a bicycle hooked up to a computer measuring her power output. As Ashton Johnson, co-owner of Sundance Cycles in Agoura Hills, adjusts the seat and handlebar height on...
  • 4 Commuters Hurt in LIRR Train 'Bump'

    Two Long Island Rail Road trains bumped into each other while leaving Jamaica station during the morning rush on Wednesday, resulting in four minor injuries and subsequent delays of more than an hour, the LIRR said. A railroad spokesman said service...