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Stephanie Stahl

E-Cigarette Explosions And What You Should KnowE-cigarettes have become a popular alternative to smoking tobacco, but many people don't realize that they can blow up or catch fire causing very serious injuries.
Transitions Academy Makes A Difference For Students Suffering From Anxiety DisordersA special school in New Jersey, designed specifically to help students with anxiety disorders, is making a serious difference.
Yoga Emergency Therapy As Alternative To Urgent Care, Hospital ERA growing number of people are turning to Yoga Emergency Therapy, instead of an urgent care clinic or a hospital E.R, for minor aches and pains.
Here's Why 'Go Red For Women Day' Is So ImportantEvery minute a woman is killed by heart disease. Today is “Go Red for Women Day”, designed to reverse the deadly trend and promote healthier lives for women of all ages. Now, there is a new advance in treating heart disease.
Doctors Say Top Athletes Take Vitamin D And So Should YouResearch shows vitamin D packs a powerful punch for everyone, and it has a variety of health benefits.
Study: Seafood May Help Lower Risk Of Alzheimer'sA first of its kind study weighed the benefits of seafood against the harms of Mercury, among a group of 286 elderly people.
WHO Declares Spread Of Zika Virus A Global Health EmergencyThe World Health Organization today declared a global health emergency over the explosive spread of the Zika virus, which has been linked to thousands of birth defects.
Local Newborns Get Tiny Hand-Knitted Red Caps For Heart MonthFebruary 1st marks the beginning of Heart Month, to raise awareness about the leading killer of Americans both in men and women, and hopefully to reverse that trend.
Study: Diabetes, Obesity In Expectant Moms Increases Autism RiskDiabetes and obesity are at epidemic levels in women of the child bearing age. Now, a new study is linking the two conditions to an increased risk for autism.
Zika Virus Hits Home For Locals With Family In South AmericaThe Zika virus has mothers everywhere concerned about their health, especially the ones with family in South America.
New Experimental Treatment Helps Many Cancer Patients Live Pain-FreeThe technique, known as ‘HIFU’, helped many patients in a clinical trial.
CHOP: Increased Number Of Teen Girls Developing Kidney StonesNew research from the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia finds a new and surprising group of patients are being diagnosed with kidney stones.

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