Sunscreen Is A Summer Essential – But Which One Is Best For Your Body?The hot weather this weekend will have lots of people heading to parks and beaches, and the UV index is going to be through the roof.
Minimally Invasive Procedure Could Put An End To Mystery Back PainBack pain affects everyone at some point. Usually it's due to a bulging disk or some other spinal problem, but sometimes the source is a mystery.
Advanced, Incurable Prostate Cancer Is On The Rise – Experts Are Trying To Figure Out WhyThere has been an alarming spike in the number of men diagnosed with advanced or incurable prostate cancer.
Mets’ Harvey Has Surgery For Thoracic Outlet Syndrome – Why Ignoring The Signs Could Be DangerousMets pitcher Matt Harvey underwent season ending surgery on Monday to correct something called 'thoracic outlet syndrome.'
Anti-Gravity Treadmill Makes Exercise Reality For Obese PatientsWe've all been told one of the best ways to lose weight is to exercise, but if you're 100 to 200 pounds overweight, exercise can be pretty tough.
Seen At 11: Doctors Using Virtual Reality To Treat Cancer PatientsVirtual reality is just not for the gaming world as doctors are using it to help treat cancer patients.
Breakthrough Bioelectronic Treatment Could Bring Relief To Rheumatoid Arthritis SufferersThere has been a possible breakthrough in treatment for millions of rheumatoid arthritis sufferers in the U.S.
Thumb-Sucking, Nail-Biting Could Help Young Children Battle Common AllergiesYou probably heard it from your mother over and over again - stop biting your nails, and don't suck your thumb.
Study: Risk For Opioid Abuse Increases Following SurgeryChronic use of prescription pain medications known as opioids is increasing at an alarming rate in the United States.
Without Protection, Summer Concert Season Could Be Hard On Young EarsIn tonight's health watch, summer is prime time for concerts, but beware if you leave with ringing in your ears.
Liquid Biopsies Could Serve As Major Breakthrough In Fight Against CancerInstead of the common biopsy, doctors have been working on blood tests that can detect a cancer recurrence at the earliest, most treatable stage.
Beyond Discomfort, Heat Related Illness Could Be DeadlyThe CDC said there are still an average of more than 600 heat related deaths nationally, and many more heat illnesses every year.

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