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Successful ways to cope with fibromyalgia exist. One important tool is a daily pain journal where you record your pain symptoms. You can also write down the location of the pain and the intensity on ... Read More »
Brace yourself, allergy sufferers. Experts are saying that due to a long, wet winter, this spring is looking to pack a powerful pollen punch. With the ice-cold days of the polar vortex and chilly ... Read More »
About 20 percent of known pregnancies end in miscarriage, and it's likely that half of all fertilized eggs have chromosomal abnormalities and are flushed out before you even know you've ... Read More »
“Do you let your kids watch TV?” is one of the most loaded questions we, as parents, ask each other. We hear snippets in the news about TV making kids turn into zombies with no ability to ... Read More »
It is estimated that alcohol consumption is responsible for about 80,000 deaths in the US each year. Binge drinking has also been associated with many health problems including:
We all have friends or family who fit the polar ends of personality - the cheerleader types who can smile even after getting puddle-pummeled by a bus and the negative types who frown at butterflies. ... Read More »
People who have certain other illnesses appear to have an increased risk for developing fibromyalgia. Rheumatic diseases are most closely linked to an increased risk for fibromyalgia.
Posted in Bullying by Doctor Oz on Apr 08, 2014
Bullying may be a power-trip, but people don't bully because they're powerful. In this video, celebrity television host and Dr. Oz Show guest Tyra Banks talks about the deep-seated reasons people ... Read More »
A glass of milk a day may help keep arthritis away, according to a new study. The new research showed that women who drank up to seven glasses of low-fat or fat-free milk every week experienced ... Read More »
The Center for Disease Control's current recommendations for how much sodium Americans should eat may be unsafely low, according to a new study published in the American Journal of Hypertension. ... Read More »

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