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  • Know how to avoid those pesky bites during mosquito season

    Know how to avoid those pesky bites during mosquito season

    Tuesday, June 20 2017 9:00 AM EDT2017-06-20 13:00:57 GMT

    Summer time means sunshine and spending time outdoors, but that also means dealing with pesky mosquitos.

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    Summer time means sunshine and spending time outdoors, but that also means dealing with pesky mosquitos.

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  • Woman gives birth to 3 sets of twins in 26 months

    Woman gives birth to 3 sets of twins in 26 months

    Wednesday, May 17 2017 9:29 PM EDT2017-05-18 01:29:10 GMT
    (SOURCE: Fox 4 News/ The Root)(SOURCE: Fox 4 News/ The Root)

    She is only 20 years old, but Danesha Couch has three sets of twins.  

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    She is only 20 years old, but Danesha Couch has three sets of twins.  

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  • New tick-borne virus worse than Lyme may be spreading

    New tick-borne virus worse than Lyme may be spreading

    Tuesday, May 2 2017 2:55 PM EDT2017-05-02 18:55:03 GMT
    Tuesday, May 2 2017 9:10 PM EDT2017-05-03 01:10:50 GMT

    A virus carried by ticks is spreading, and could become a major public health concern.

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    A virus carried by ticks is spreading, and could become a major public health concern.

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  • Allergy season hits hard this spring

    Allergy season hits hard this spring

    Tuesday, April 25 2017 8:02 AM EDT2017-04-25 12:02:07 GMT
    (Source: WTOL)(Source: WTOL)

    It's that time of year: itchy eyes, a runny nose and probably a trip to your doctor. It's allergy season and a bad one at that.

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    It's that time of year: itchy eyes, a runny nose and probably a trip to your doctor. It's allergy season and a bad one at that.

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  • Mom shares final moments of 4-year-old son's fight with cancer

    Mom shares final moments of 4-year-old son's fight with cancer

    Thursday, April 13 2017 10:53 AM EDT2017-04-13 14:53:23 GMT
    Thursday, April 13 2017 10:53 AM EDT2017-04-13 14:53:23 GMT

    "Sgt. Rollin" Nolan Scully was diagnosed with a rare soft-tissue cancer at 3 years old, and he died Feb. 4, a little more than a year later.

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    "Sgt. Rollin" Nolan Scully was diagnosed with a rare soft-tissue cancer at 3 years old, and he died Feb. 4, a little more than a year later.

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  • Food recalls: What you should know

    Food recalls: What you should know

    Wednesday, April 12 2017 11:07 AM EDT2017-04-12 15:07:46 GMT
    Wednesday, April 12 2017 11:07 AM EDT2017-04-12 15:07:46 GMT

    Timely reporting of problems helps the FDA to act quickly when food makes you sick.

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    Timely reporting of problems helps the FDA to act quickly when food makes you sick.

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  • Cellulite reducing jeans now on sale

    Cellulite reducing jeans now on sale

    Tuesday, March 28 2017 11:06 AM EDT2017-03-28 15:06:19 GMT

    It sounds like a miracle but a company is touting that their new jeans can get rid of cellulite. 

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    It sounds like a miracle but a company is touting that their new jeans can get rid of cellulite. 

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  • Health Alert: Watching for delayed West Nile virus symptoms

    Health Alert: Watching for delayed West Nile virus symptoms

    We've finally been able to spend time outside, but you may be noticing mosquito bites when you come inside. With concerns about West Nile Virus, there are symptoms you should be watching for.More >>
    We've finally been able to spend time outside, but you may be noticing mosquito bites when you come inside. With concerns about West Nile Virus, there are symptoms you should be watching for.More >>
  • University of Akron research team develops limb-saving technology

    University of Akron research team develops limb-saving technology

    Friday, October 9 2015 5:48 PM EDT2015-10-09 21:48:33 GMT
    Tuesday, June 21 2016 10:39 AM EDT2016-06-21 14:39:12 GMT
    For many soldiers on the battlefield, bone-shattering injuries caused by gunshot wounds or explosions may result in an amputation. Now, polymer technology developed at the University of Akron may save limbs with the use of a specialized plastic. More >>
    For many soldiers on the battlefield, bone-shattering injuries caused by gunshot wounds or explosions may result in an amputation. Now, polymer technology developed at the University of Akron may save limbs with the use of a specialized plastic. More >>
  • 'Pollen Tsunami' brings misery to allergy sufferers

    'Pollen Tsunami' brings misery to allergy sufferers

    Tuesday, May 12 2015 6:57 PM EDT2015-05-12 22:57:24 GMT
    Tuesday, June 21 2016 10:39 AM EDT2016-06-21 14:39:08 GMT
    Have you been waking up with red, itchy eyes or stuffed up sinuses? You're not alone. Many in northeast Ohio are suffering from allergy attacks because of what experts call a "pollen tsunami."More >>
    Have you been waking up with red, itchy eyes or stuffed up sinuses? You're not alone. Many in northeast Ohio are suffering from allergy attacks because of what experts call a "pollen tsunami."More >>
  • Controversy over high-priced Epi-pen prompts company to provide generic alternative

    Controversy over high-priced Epi-pen prompts company to provide generic alternative

    Monday, August 29 2016 7:06 PM EDT2016-08-29 23:06:30 GMT
    (Source: WTOL)(Source: WTOL)

    With the CDC estimating 43 million people who are at risk for anaphylaxis – the deadliest kind of reaction – it’s important for allergy sufferers to have an affordable remedy available to them. 

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    With the CDC estimating 43 million people who are at risk for anaphylaxis – the deadliest kind of reaction – it’s important for allergy sufferers to have an affordable remedy available to them. 

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  • Northwest Ohio mom asked to leave Pizza Hut for breastfeeding

    Northwest Ohio mom asked to leave Pizza Hut for breastfeeding

    Monday, March 28 2016 5:56 PM EDT2016-03-28 21:56:24 GMT
    Tuesday, March 29 2016 10:44 AM EDT2016-03-29 14:44:32 GMT
    (Source: WTOL)(Source: WTOL)

    Paige Martin says she was with her husband and 3-month-old son getting ready to order dinner when her baby began to cry. She started nursing him at the table and that's when she says a Pizza Hut server publicly embarrassed her. 

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    Paige Martin says she was with her husband and 3-month-old son getting ready to order dinner when her baby began to cry. She started nursing him at the table and that's when she says a Pizza Hut server publicly embarrassed her. 

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  • New sleep recommendations issued for infants

    New sleep recommendations issued for infants

    Monday, October 24 2016 4:23 PM EDT2016-10-24 20:23:52 GMT
    Monday, October 24 2016 10:01 PM EDT2016-10-25 02:01:17 GMT
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    A family is struggling to overcome the loss of a family member who is gone too soon.

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    A family is struggling to overcome the loss of a family member who is gone too soon.

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  • Back-to-school stress includes food allergies for some parents

    Back-to-school stress includes food allergies for some parents

    Thursday, August 18 2016 5:31 AM EDT2016-08-18 09:31:15 GMT

    Students are heading back to school this week and some parents have concerns about kids with food allergies.

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    Students are heading back to school this week and some parents have concerns about kids with food allergies.

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  • Red Cross screening donors for Zika virus

    Red Cross screening donors for Zika virus

    Wednesday, February 3 2016 4:40 PM EST2016-02-03 21:40:10 GMT
    Tuesday, September 6 2016 11:13 AM EDT2016-09-06 15:13:28 GMT
    Zika virus (Source: AP Images)Zika virus (Source: AP Images)

    The Red Cross says there is a shortage of blood, but with the threat of Zika they did say they have to be careful when it comes to screening donors. 

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    The Red Cross says there is a shortage of blood, but with the threat of Zika they did say they have to be careful when it comes to screening donors. 

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  • Getting your kids back into a sleep routine

    Getting your kids back into a sleep routine

    Saturday, September 3 2016 3:46 PM EDT2016-09-03 19:46:19 GMT
    (Source: WBTV/File)(Source: WBTV/File)

    We take a break off of routine, but getting our kids back on a normal sleep schedule, after the “freedom-filled” summer season is over, can be quite challenging.

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    We take a break off of routine, but getting our kids back on a normal sleep schedule, after the “freedom-filled” summer season is over, can be quite challenging.

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  • Measles Outbreak: Doctors weigh in on vaccination debate

    Measles Outbreak: Doctors weigh in on vaccination debate

    Tuesday, February 3 2015 2:52 PM EST2015-02-03 19:52:14 GMT
    Tuesday, July 5 2016 1:43 PM EDT2016-07-05 17:43:04 GMT
    A once eradicated disease is now running rampant in the U.S. Measles are highly contagious and could even be fatal. Doctors over at UH's Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital in Cleveland are concerned about kids not getting a vaccinated.More >>
    A once eradicated disease is now running rampant in the U.S. Measles are highly contagious and could even be fatal. Doctors over at UH's Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital in Cleveland are concerned about kids not getting a vaccinated.More >>
  • Nature Made vitamins recalled, may be contaminated with Staph bacteria

    Nature Made vitamins recalled, may be contaminated with Staph bacteria

    Thursday, June 9 2016 8:12 AM EDT2016-06-09 12:12:48 GMT

    A number of popular Nature Made vitamin products are under recall because they could contaminated by Salmonella or Staphylococcus aureus bacteria.

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    A number of popular Nature Made vitamin products are under recall because they could contaminated by Salmonella or Staphylococcus aureus bacteria.

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  • May: Better Sleep Month

    May: Better Sleep Month

    Monday, May 9 2016 8:59 AM EDT2016-05-09 12:59:47 GMT
    Monday, May 9 2016 10:09 AM EDT2016-05-09 14:09:33 GMT
    (Pixabay)(Pixabay)

    May is better sleep month, and if you're a new parent, you're likely not getting enough shut-eye. 

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    May is better sleep month, and if you're a new parent, you're likely not getting enough shut-eye. 

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  • Elizabethkingia outbreak spreads; source still a mystery

    Elizabethkingia outbreak spreads; source still a mystery

    Wednesday, April 13 2016 2:47 PM EDT2016-04-13 18:47:18 GMT
    Wednesday, April 13 2016 3:06 PM EDT2016-04-13 19:06:22 GMT
    The Illinois Department of Public Health confirmed one case of Elizabethkingia in a resident who died earlier this year. (Source: CDC)The Illinois Department of Public Health confirmed one case of Elizabethkingia in a resident who died earlier this year. (Source: CDC)

    Symptoms of Elizabethkingia infection include fever, shortness of breath, chills and a bacterial skin infection called cellulitis. 

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    Symptoms of Elizabethkingia infection include fever, shortness of breath, chills and a bacterial skin infection called cellulitis. 

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  • The Most Dangerous Drugs

    The Most Dangerous Drugs

    Wednesday, April 13 2016 9:42 AM EDT2016-04-13 13:42:32 GMT
    Wednesday, April 13 2016 1:53 PM EDT2016-04-13 17:53:28 GMT
    Most dangerous drugs. (Source: WOIO)Most dangerous drugs. (Source: WOIO)

    While overdose deaths from prescription opioids have nearly quadrupled since 1999, some of the most dangerous drugs don’t require a prescription. Using data from the Food and Drug Administration for 2004 through 2015, HealthGrove looked at the 150 drugs that are involved in the highest number of adverse reactions and ranked them by the percent of these reactions classified as serious. For many of these reactions, the FDA database uses medical terminology, such as pyrexia and dy...

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    While overdose deaths from prescription opioids have nearly quadrupled since 1999, some of the most dangerous drugs don’t require a prescription. Using data from the Food and Drug Administration for 2004 through 2015, HealthGrove looked at the 150 drugs that are involved in the highest number of adverse reactions and ranked them by the percent of these reactions classified as serious. For many of these reactions, the FDA database uses medical terminology, such as pyrexia and dy...

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  • Treating anxiety, depression can help global economy, study says

    Treating anxiety, depression can help global economy, study says

    Wednesday, April 13 2016 10:09 AM EDT2016-04-13 14:09:48 GMT
    Wednesday, April 13 2016 10:09 AM EDT2016-04-13 14:09:47 GMT
    Woman documents anxiety attack in photos. (Source: Amber Smith/Facebook)Woman documents anxiety attack in photos. (Source: Amber Smith/Facebook)

    One moment she's dolled up, smiling effortlessly toward the camera. The next she's in bed, in tears, just trying to calm down during a panic attack. 

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    One moment she's dolled up, smiling effortlessly toward the camera. The next she's in bed, in tears, just trying to calm down during a panic attack. 

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  • The 'Dirty Dozen': Group lists produce with the most pesticides

    The 'Dirty Dozen': Group lists produce with the most pesticides

    Wednesday, April 13 2016 9:58 AM EDT2016-04-13 13:58:29 GMT
    Wednesday, April 13 2016 9:58 AM EDT2016-04-13 13:58:35 GMT
    While the chemicals farmers use on food keep produce relatively pest-free, the U.S. Department of Agriculture constantly runs tests to avoid too much pesticide residue on your plate. (Source: 	Jeremy Harlan/CNN)While the chemicals farmers use on food keep produce relatively pest-free, the U.S. Department of Agriculture constantly runs tests to avoid too much pesticide residue on your plate. (Source: Jeremy Harlan/CNN)
    Would you like a bit of pesticide with your produce? While the chemicals farmers use on food keep produce relatively pest-free, the U.S. Department of Agriculture constantly runs tests to avoid too much pesticide residue on your plate. It concentrates particularly on produce items that children eat, since their developing bodies may be more vulnerable to harm from certain chemicals. Of the produce samples the USDA tested in 2014, the last year for which data is available, nearly thr...More >>
    Would you like a bit of pesticide with your produce? While the chemicals farmers use on food keep produce relatively pest-free, the U.S. Department of Agriculture constantly runs tests to avoid too much pesticide residue on your plate. It concentrates particularly on produce items that children eat, since their developing bodies may be more vulnerable to harm from certain chemicals. Of the produce samples the USDA tested in 2014, the last year for which data is available, nearly thr...More >>
  • Medical breakthrough could be the end of painful shots

    Medical breakthrough could be the end of painful shots

    Monday, April 11 2016 6:25 PM EDT2016-04-11 22:25:44 GMT
    Monday, April 11 2016 7:36 PM EDT2016-04-11 23:36:19 GMT
    Medical breakthrough could be the end of painful shots. (Source: Raycom Media)Medical breakthrough could be the end of painful shots. (Source: Raycom Media)

        It's a big fear so many people have when it comes to visiting the doctor. nobody likes to get a "shot."  But, a new technology might eventually mean the

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    A new technology might eventually mean the end of needles for medicine.

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  • Fitbit likely saved man's life

    Fitbit Likely Saved a Man's Life

    Friday, April 8 2016 8:12 PM EDT2016-04-09 00:12:47 GMT
    Friday, April 8 2016 8:41 PM EDT2016-04-09 00:41:21 GMT

    A 42 year old man went to the emergency room immediately after a seizure in New Jersey. 

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     A 42 year old man went to the emergency room immediately after a seizure in New Jersey. 

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  • Short gap between pregnancies tied to higher autism risk?

    Short gap between pregnancies tied to higher autism risk?

    Spacing pregnancies in close succession may increase the risk of autism in children, a large new research review suggests.

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    Spacing pregnancies in close succession may increase the risk of autism in children, a large new research review suggests.

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  • Eliminating allergens at home

    Eliminating allergens at home

    Tuesday, April 5 2016 4:25 AM EDT2016-04-05 08:25:49 GMT
    Tuesday, April 5 2016 7:10 AM EDT2016-04-05 11:10:52 GMT
    Dust mite allergens are a common trigger of allergy and asthma symptoms. (Photo provided by Flickr)Dust mite allergens are a common trigger of allergy and asthma symptoms. (Photo provided by Flickr)

    About 40 million Americans suffer from outdoor allergies, according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America.   

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    About 40 million Americans suffer from outdoor allergies, according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America.   

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  • Health Alert: Does juicing live up to the hype?

    Health Alert: Does juicing live up to the hype?

    Thursday, March 31 2016 3:05 PM EDT2016-03-31 19:05:49 GMT
    Thursday, March 31 2016 4:33 PM EDT2016-03-31 20:33:43 GMT

    Juice cleansing is a growing fad in the world of health, but does it live up to its promises? 

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    Juice cleansing is a growing fad in the world of health, but does it live up to its promises? 

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  • Doctor's diet challenges fat myths

    Doctor's diet challenges fat myths

    Wednesday, March 30 2016 3:37 PM EDT2016-03-30 19:37:49 GMT
    Wednesday, March 30 2016 4:45 PM EDT2016-03-30 20:45:42 GMT

    How about this idea: Eat fat, get thin. It's the title of a new book hot on The New York Times best sellers list. The author is a Cleveland Clinic specialist, who swears by his plan of eating more fat, not just to lose weight, but also to get healthier altogether.

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    How about this idea: Eat fat, get thin. It's the title of a new book hot on The New York Times best sellers list. The author is a Cleveland Clinic specialist, who swears by his plan of eating more fat, not just to lose weight, but also to get healthier altogether.

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  • Is your chocolate toxic?

    Is your chocolate toxic?

    Thursday, March 24 2016 2:06 PM EDT2016-03-24 18:06:10 GMT
    Thursday, March 24 2016 4:25 PM EDT2016-03-24 20:25:35 GMT
    Consumer health watchdog "As You Sow" found toxic metal in popular Easter chocolates. (Source: Raycom)Consumer health watchdog "As You Sow" found toxic metal in popular Easter chocolates. (Source: Raycom)

    Double check your Easter candy. Consumer health watchdog "As You Sow" found toxic metal in popular Easter chocolates.

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    Double check your Easter candy. Consumer health watchdog "As You Sow" found toxic metal in popular Easter chocolates.

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  • Happiness might sometimes harm your heart

    Happiness might sometimes harm your heart

    On rare occasions, a very joyful event might harm your heart, a new study suggests.

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    On rare occasions, a very joyful event might harm your heart, a new study suggests.

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  • Zika Virus: Traveling with caution over Spring break

    Zika Virus: Traveling with caution over Spring break

    Friday, March 4 2016 11:12 PM EST2016-03-05 04:12:11 GMT
    Friday, March 4 2016 11:21 PM EST2016-03-05 04:21:14 GMT
    (Source: WTOL)(Source: WTOL)

    As college students pack their bags for some fun in the sun over Spring break, doctors warn of the Zika virus.

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    As college students pack their bags for some fun in the sun over Spring break, doctors warn of the Zika virus.

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  • Heavy coffee drinkers show lower risk of multiple sclerosis

    Heavy coffee drinkers show lower risk of multiple sclerosis

    People who drink a lot of coffee may have a lower risk of developing multiple sclerosis (MS), a new large study suggests. More >>

    People who drink a lot of coffee may have a lower risk of developing multiple sclerosis (MS), a new large study suggests.

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  • Misconceptions about acne still common

    Misconceptions about acne still common

    There are still plenty of negative and mistaken beliefs about people with acne, a new study finds. More >>

    There are still plenty of negative and mistaken beliefs about people with acne, a new study finds.

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  • Healthline: Super glue for varicose veins

    Healthline: Super glue for varicose veins

    Thursday, March 3 2016 4:57 PM EST2016-03-03 21:57:11 GMT
    Thursday, March 3 2016 11:00 PM EST2016-03-04 04:00:16 GMT
    (Source: The VenaSeal system)(Source: The VenaSeal system)
    The latest treatment for unsightly and painful varicose veins is a super glue of sorts, and it is now available in Baton Rouge. The VenaSeal system closes off the veins by injecting them with a powerful adhesive.  More >>

    The latest treatment for unsightly and painful varicose veins is a super glue of sorts, and it is now available in Baton Rouge. The VenaSeal system closes off the veins by injecting them with a powerful adhesive. 

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  • Lazy weekends may boost body fat

    Lazy weekends may boost body fat

    Playing couch potato on the weekends may be even worse for your weight than working at a desk all week, new research suggests. More >>

    Playing couch potato on the weekends may be even worse for your weight than working at a desk all week, new research suggests.

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  • Adderall misuse increasing among young adults

    Adderall misuse increasing among young adults

    Wednesday, March 2 2016 6:04 PM EST2016-03-02 23:04:49 GMT
    Thursday, March 3 2016 9:45 AM EST2016-03-03 14:45:25 GMT

    A new study better pinpoints who is misusing the prescription drug Adderall and what it is doing to them.

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    A new study better pinpoints who is misusing the prescription drug Adderall and what it is doing to them.

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  • Toledo Walleye rink turned pink for breast cancer awareness

    Toledo Walleye rink turned pink for breast cancer awareness

    Friday, February 26 2016 10:59 PM EST2016-02-27 03:59:53 GMT
    Friday, February 26 2016 11:59 PM EST2016-02-27 04:59:54 GMT
    Pink in the Rink Feb. 26, 2016 (Source: WTOL)Pink in the Rink Feb. 26, 2016 (Source: WTOL)

    It was all part of "Pink in the Rink." In years past, the ice was just a sheet of pink, but this year people were able to paint pink messages all over the ice. 

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    It was all part of "Pink in the Rink." In years past, the ice was just a sheet of pink, but this year people were able to paint pink messages all over the ice. 

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  • Health Alert: Benefits to eating fish during Lent

    Health Alert: Benefits to eating fish during Lent

    Friday, February 26 2016 12:57 PM EST2016-02-26 17:57:25 GMT
    Friday, February 26 2016 5:31 PM EST2016-02-26 22:31:24 GMT

    For centuries, Catholics have eaten fish on Fridays, after Vatican II in 1965, just during Lent, as a reminder of the sacrifice Jesus made on the cross and his desire to make the apostles,

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    For centuries, Catholics have eaten fish on Fridays, after Vatican II in 1965, just during Lent, as a reminder of the sacrifice Jesus made on the cross and his desire to make the apostles,. 

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  • Adult coloring: A way to destress

    Adult coloring: A way to destress

    Thursday, February 25 2016 8:25 PM EST2016-02-26 01:25:43 GMT
    Friday, February 26 2016 8:35 AM EST2016-02-26 13:35:28 GMT

    Coloring isn't just for kids! Plenty of adults are turning the page on daily stress, thanks to the popular trend. But does it really help you wind down?

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    Coloring isn't just for kids! Plenty of adults are turning the page on daily stress, thanks to the popular trend. But does it really help you wind down?

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  • Free medical pot for life offered to veterans, cancer patients

    Free medical pot for life offered to veterans, cancer patients

    Wednesday, February 10 2016 9:45 PM EST2016-02-11 02:45:44 GMT
    Wednesday, February 10 2016 9:45 PM EST2016-02-11 02:45:43 GMT

    A California businessman said he is able to offer some cancer patients and veterans free medical pot for life because of other business ventures related to pot. 

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    A California businessman said he is able to offer some cancer patients and veterans free medical pot for life because of other business ventures related to pot. 

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  • Go Red: Killer Arrhythmias

    Go Red: Killer Arrhythmias

    Monday, February 1 2016 4:46 PM EST2016-02-01 21:46:19 GMT
    Thursday, February 4 2016 3:42 PM EST2016-02-04 20:42:06 GMT
    Cleveland-area women Go Red for heart health (Source: WOIO)Cleveland-area women Go Red for heart health (Source: WOIO)

    While Valentine’s day is the big day in February the entire month is about hearts.

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    While Valentine’s day is the big day in February the entire month is about hearts.

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  • Health: Sinus infections

    Health: Sinus infections

    Tuesday, January 19 2016 5:47 PM EST2016-01-19 22:47:17 GMT
    Tuesday, January 19 2016 8:18 PM EST2016-01-20 01:18:52 GMT

           This is often the worst time of year for sinus infections. Between things like viruses and indoor allergies, 37 million people in the U.S will suffer

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    This is often the worst time of year for sinus infections. Between things like viruses and indoor allergies, 37 million people in the U.S will suffer a sinus infection this year. 

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  • Health Alert: Pink pill for women

    Health Alert: Pink pill for women

    Friday, January 15 2016 6:05 PM EST2016-01-15 23:05:36 GMT
    Friday, January 15 2016 6:45 PM EST2016-01-15 23:45:57 GMT

    It's said when the cold weather sets in so does the "loving feeling."

    With that a new review is out regarding the so-called pink pill for women. After being available for three months now the questions come up: Are women really using it? Is it doing the job? It hit the prescription market with huge hype expected to satisfy a huge demand. 

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    It's said when the cold weather sets in so does the "loving feeling."

    With that a new review is out regarding the so-called pink pill for women. After being available for three months now the questions come up: Are women really using it? Is it doing the job? It hit the prescription market with huge hype expected to satisfy a huge demand. 

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