Chocolate May Help Prevent An Irregular Heartbeat, Study SaysScientists are suggesting that chocolate can help curb the risk of developing an irregular heartbeat.
Risk Of Death Doubled By Alternative Cancer Treatments, Study SaysNew medical research is claiming that cancer patients who opt for unconventional treatments are at much greater risk of dying from the disease.
Helmet Face Mask Changes Help Paramedics Treat Student Athletes FasterChanges to football helmet face masks are helping first responders with how quickly they can help an injured student athlete on the field.
Too Much Standing Linked To Heart Disease, Study SaysThe percentage of workers who stood all day and suffered heart disease was more than twice as high as those who mostly sat.
Doing A Little Trimming? Let's Be Careful Down ThereMore Americans than ever do extra personal grooming of the pubic area, but a new study reports that one in four who trim or wax suffer a painful injury.
New Treatment May Cure Peanut Allergies, Scientists SayAustralian scientists say that the new treatment has kept their patients from experiencing an allergic reaction from eating peanuts for the last four years.
Failing To Identify Smells May Be A Sign Of Alzheimer's, Study SaysA new study says losing the ability to distinguish certain smells from one another may be a sign of the onset of Alzheimer’s.
Without Proper Glasses, Eclipse Can 'Literally Burn A Hole In The Retina'Do you have the right eye protection ready to see the solar eclipse? You'd better.
Many Nurses Lack Knowledge Of Health Risks For New Moms, Study SaysThe nationwide study says many life-threatening complications go without warning when new moms leave the hospital.
After Scary Experience, City Council President Backs Supervised Injection FacilityCity Council President Albus Brooks put his full support behind a proposal to create a supervised injection facility in Denver on Tuesday.
Doctor Wears Back Brace To Better Understand Scoliosis PatientsA doctor at the Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children, RMHC, has spent a week learning what life is like for his young patients who must wear a back brace.
Binge-Watching TV Shows Causes Poor Sleep Quality, Insomnia, Study FindsBinge-watching television shows can lead to unhealthy sleep habits in young adults, according to a new study.

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