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Just How Safe Is Youth Football For Your Kid?A hit to the head is never a good thing, but how much worse are repeated collisions that place in youth football? A new study takes a look.
Air Quality Update From CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave HnidaThe air from wildfires in our state is not as bad as it has been in times past, but nonetheless, there are some precautions that some people should take. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida has some good advice.
What Exactly Is A "Complex Migraine?" Gary Kubiak's Health ScareWhen Coach Gary Kubiak was taken by ambulance to a local hospital, many worried that he had suffered had suffered another "mini-stroke", or worse, a full-blown stroke. The diagnosis turned out to be an unusual condition called a "complex migraine".
Does A Vasectomy Increase Your Risk Of Cancer?Some research suggests a vasectomy will increase the risk of prostate cancer, but a new large study offers some reassuring news.
Why Surgery May Actually Speed DeMarcus Ware's Return To The FieldA surgery for a serious fracture usually means an end to the season. But in DeMarcus Ware's case, he may be back on the field in a little over a month.
Hillary Clinton's Case Of Pneumonia: What It Is, And What It MeansDemocratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has pneumonia. What does that mean for her, and for her campaign?
Sorry Kids, No Nasal Spray Flu Vaccine This Year, It's Back To The ShotIt's time for flu immunizations, but there is some bad news for kids. The nasal spray vaccination looks like it doesn't work as well as thought, so now the American Academy of Pediatrics says it's back to the traditional flu shot for protection.
New Reason Why More And More Parents Refusing Childhood ImmunizationsMore parents are resisting childhood immunizations for a reason other than safety concerns: they simply don't think vaccinations are necessary anymore. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida gives his advice.
Cancer Now Becoming The No. 1 Cause Of Death In AmericaHeart disease has been the leading cause of death in the U.S. for close to a century, but a new analysis shows that cancer is now No. 1 in many states and will soon be the leader in all.
Will Tylenol Cause Your Child To Have ADD or ADHD?A new study links acetaminophen during pregnancy and behavioral problems after birth. But do you really need to worry?

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