Patients With Chronic Pain Turn From Prescription Opioids To Medical MarijuanaWith the growing opioid epidemic, doctors are looking into alternatives to addictive prescriptions for treating chronic pain. Some experts believe medical marijuana could help curb the nation’s narcotic drug crisis.
Couple Swaps Wedding Registry For Bone Marrow Registry, Asks Guests To Become DonorsFrom day one, Bill Begal knew his bride was his match. But the Institute for Justice says about 3,000 people died each year because they can’t find their match.
Know The Signs: Experts Say Heart Disease Can Develop Early In WomenShould women in their 20s and 30s be concerned about heart disease?
'Yo-Yo Dieting' Linked To Increased Risk Of Health Issues, Study SaysWe've all been there: You lose a few pounds and before you know it, the weight starts creeping back.
Experimental Stem Cell Treatment Might Reverse Symptoms Of Multiple SclerosisThere's potentially exciting news for the two and a half million people around the world struggling with multiple sclerosis.
Combating A Cold Or Allergies? How To Find The Right Medicine For ReliefThere's a pretty good chance you're either using the wrong ones or using them incorrectly.
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,
Doctors: Mild Winter May Mean More Trouble For Outdoor Allergy SufferersWhile most people are welcoming these warm winter temperatures, it also means some suffering for those with spring allergies.
The Spice Of Life: Health Benefits Of Adding Cinnamon To Your DietFrom weight loss to lowering cholesterol levels, cinnamon can do wonders for you body. Just sprinkle a little in your coffee or on your oatmeal and wait for the magic to work.
5 NYC Ways To Stay Healthy This Winter, From Spas To Fitness And MoreDon't let the winter blues get you down. Stay healthy and fit with our roundup of best wellness opportunities in New York City.
Kid's Menu Is Just As Unhealthy As It Was 5 Years Ago, Study FindsDespite an apparent countrywide motion towards healthier living, kid's menus are still lagging in the past.
Throwing Injuries & Tommy John SurgeryKim Jones speaks with doctors from Columbia Orthopedics about elbow injuries, and speaks with a 16-year-old Tommy John Surgery patient.

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