|Published July 22, 2010|
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What you can't hear can hurt you
Many people laugh when they watch television and see former Channel 5 weatherman Bob Welti doing his advertisements for hearing aids. In one ad his supposed granddaughter says, "I love you grandpa," softly and he can't hear her without his hearin...
Facts about cataracts
More than half of Americans age 65 and older will experience cataracts, so many assume cataracts are just a sign of aging. However, children, young adults and even babies can have cataracts....
Cancer and managed radiation exposure
Few people even consider that standardized health exams may actually be making them sick. But the fact of the matter is, these routine tests, such as CT scans and X-rays, could be contributing to cancer risk....
MMR not linked to Autism problems
The debate continues regarding routine childhood vaccines and their possible link to autism. Many parents are concerned about having their infants and toddlers receive the recommended inoculations. However, a recent study retraction by the medica...
Breathe easier, cut down indoor dust
What's something that can be found in just about every house around the world? Dust.
Trim fat without trimming taste
Eating healthy has never been more popular. Whereas cooking shows once focused on making meals as delicious as possible, nowadays such shows place an equal emphasis on health and taste....
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