A new device, called the CSafe, is promising to virtually eliminate fetal lacerations during a Cesarean delivery.
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Your mother always told you to wash your hands but she probably never mentioned your handbag. Now new research from a British...
The average operating room is crowded with equipment, cords, and cables but there’s a new type of O.R., a high-tech one, also...
Teens who prefer to tan inside rather than make use of the Miami sun may see a change if a Food and Drug Administration’s...
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For every product or food item in your house how many chemicals are listed on the label?
Just hearing the word divorce is enough to make many hearts skip a beat as the pain and despair it may bring become all too real. But, these days, there’s been an explosion in products and services to help make divorce easier to survive.
In these stressful times, more and more people, especially men, are turning to yoga to help them relax and get in shape. But a new report suggests a growing number of men are stretching beyond the limit, leading many to experience more pain than gain.
April is Alcohol Awareness Month. Check out what 15 celebrities say about their sobriety.
It’s not every day that a winning science fair project at an elementary school makes news but in this case, it does. It’s because a South Florida elementary school student invented something that taught everyone at his school, including the teachers, something they didn’t know about.
As state lawmakers debate alternatives to expanding Medicaid under the federal Affordable Care Act this week, they’ll hear from a group of doctors and nurses from Jackson Health System on the need for the expansion.
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Taking antibiotics could relieve symptoms of chronic lower back pain, according to a new study.
Under the Affordable Care Act, people and small businesses will be able to purchase insurance through a Marketplace.
Mutations in certain genes raise the risk of breast cancer by as much as 80 percent, experts say.