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For the 25 million U.S. adults with urinary incontinence, a little leakage can carry a lot of shame. But many people don't do anything about it. "Urinary incontinence is a very insidious process," said Dr. David Glazier, co-director of the pelvic floor...
firstname.lastname@example.orgPhil Cosentino never has been one to sit back and watch life go by. Instead, he lives it to the fullest. He's a runner who participates in everything from trail races to half marathons. He loves to ski and has logged more than 30 scuba dives. And,...
Parents diagnosed with cancer commonly fear dying before their children have grown. But an unusual child custody battle in North Carolina has raised another troubling concern: Can the illness be used against the sick parent? The ongoing case, which has...
South Florida Sun-Sentinel"My story is not the average breast cancer awareness story, but if it can help one person, then it is worth telling it. I had a history of uterine fibroids and decided to have them removed. A close friend referred me to Cleveland Clinic Florida,...
ReutersLike a lot of companies, Veridian Credit Union wants its employees to be healthier. In January, the Waterloo, Iowa-company rolled out a wellness program and voluntary screenings. It also gave workers a mandate — quit smoking, curb obesity, or you'...
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Your doctor just wants to run a few tests. But when your bloodwork comes back, you're told the results are "out of the normal range." Should you be alarmed? Laboratory testing is a critical and often mysterious aspect of health care. An estimated 60...
ReutersBOSTON -- A Connecticut woman mauled by a chimpanzee in 2009 has received a full face transplant, the third surgery of its kind performed in the country, Boston's Brigham and Women's Hospital said on Friday. Charla Nash, 57, was hurt after a friend's...
HealthIt's easy to be tempted into taking a bunch of nutritional supplements just in case. But do you need them? And more important, is it safe?...
Last week, after the launch of a new database detailing doctors' financial ties with drug companies, Dr. Daniel Carlat sat at his computer and began searching for information about colleagues. He found several doctors who had potentially compromising...
A secretary, a nurse, a dishwasher and an artist were among the volunteers who helped teach first-year students at University of Central Florida's new medical school some important lessons this year. On Friday, students paid tribute to those volunteers...
It's every sweet tooth's dream. A steady stream of studies has linked chocolate to a variety of health benefits, including decreased blood pressure, lower cholesterol, reduced risk of heart disease, even effects on mood. But the evidence, all of it, is...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesControversy is swirling around a pricey and much-heralded hair-straightening treatment after researchers in Oregon announced recently that they had found that the formula contained the dangerous chemical formaldehyde, even in packages labeled...
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