Early Exposure Could Lead To Increased Asthma RiskWhen it comes to asthma risk, some things that affect you when you're just a baby may play a part.
Cold Cap Treatment Could Help Prevent Hair Loss During ChemotherapySome breast cancer patients are turning to cooling caps during chemotherapy to hopefully limit hair loss.
New Synthetic Cartilage Being Used To Treat Common Foot ArthritisDoctors are starting to use a new procedure to treat a common form of arthritis in the foot.
Doctors Turn To Topical Cream To Treat Common Skin CancerThe cream, initially developed for warts, harnesses the immune system to fight the skin cancer.
Frozen Shoulder Patients Getting Relief Without Needing SurgeryFor those who suffer from "frozen shoulder," there is a way to treat it without surgery.
Common Sleep Disorder Leaves People 'Paralyzed' & TerrifiedImagine being deep in a good night's sleep only to wake up scared out of your wits and seemingly paralyzed.
New Diabetes Medications Having Positive Effect On Patients' HeartsDoctors are finding some new medications to treat diabetes are also having positive effects on patients' hearts.
Some Doctors Turning To Food Instead Of Pills To Treat AilmentsAfter your next trip to the doctor's office, you may be heading home with a shopping list instead of a prescription.
Unbalanced Diets Could Cause Copper ToxicityExperts say there’s something metallic lurking in certain foods, in our water and elsewhere that could be making us feel miserable.
Experts: Sleep Eating Disorder Can Have Serious Health ConsequencesIt might sound like a bad dream, eating in your sleep with no memory of it the next day, but experts say it is a real condition with serious health consequences.
CVS Puts Out Generic Competitor To EpiPen At A 6th Of The PriceDrug store chain CVS is now offering a competitor to EpiPen, a device for self-administering injectable medicine to stop a severe allergic reaction.
Allegheny County Board Of Health Discusses Mandatory Lead Testing ProposalShould children in Allegheny County have their lead levels tested? The county Board of Health met to discuss the issue Wednesday.

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