Moderate Exercise May Be Safe & Beneficial For Pregnant Women, Study SaysHistorically, expectant mothers were advised against exercise, because it might be risky for the fetus. Now, those recommendations are changing.
Wild March Weather Changes Could Be Affecting Your HealthHave you noticed that the weather has been a lot like the Cyclone at Coney Island -- all ups and downs!
Study Sheds Light On ‘Dangerous’ Problem Of Opioid Exposure In ChildrenWhile most of the attention has been on adults, there is a disturbing trend of opioid exposure in young children.
Nursery Products Could Pose Unexpected Risks For Young Children, Study ShowsNursery products are recalled more than any other children's product category.
New Implanted Device Could Save Eyesight In People Battling GlaucomaGlaucoma is a common, serious eye condition that -- left untreated -- can lead to blindness, and it's not just a problem for older people.
Newly Approved Procedure Relieves Stiff, Sore Knees By Replacing Lost CartilagePainful knees are usually due to osteoarthritis -- the loss of cartilage on the ends of bones from wear and tear, injury or sometimes disease,
Bill Paxton Died From Stroke Following Surgery, Death Certificate SaysThe prolific actor died late on Feb. 25, 11 days after the surgery.
Soy May Be Beneficial For Breast Cancer Patients, Study SuggestsAs CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports, Asian women who eat lots of soy are less likely to die of breast cancer or have a recurrence. As a result, American women started eating soy to protect themselves.
Swimming Helps Kids With Asthma Stay Active Without Straining LungsChildren with asthma have a tough time staying in shape, because exercise can sometimes trigger attacks.
In Search Of Cure For Modern Day Ills, Some Turn To ‘Wellness Tonics’Americans have jumped on a whole range of juicing fads in the past -- from green drinks to wheat grass to fresh pressed fruit.
Experts Point To Texting As Teens Begin To Suffer From Thumb TendonitisThere is a health alert for people addicted to texting on their smartphone, which pretty much means almost everyone under the age of 30.
Health Experts Alarmed By Spike In Colon, Rectal Cancer Rates Among MillennialsAn alarming trend in young adults has health experts concerned. New research shows a sharp rise in colorectal cancers in people as young as their twenties and thirties.

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