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Therapy Featuring Snake Massages Growing In PopularityA strange new therapy is slithering up the charts in popularity.
Study: ADHD Symptoms In Teens Linked To Social Media, Multimedia DevicesTeens who frequently use smartphones and multimedia devices are more likely to develop ADHD symptoms, according to a new study.
Study: Wearing A Tie Can Cut Off Circulation To Your BrainA previous study proved that neckties also increase pressure on the eyes, which could affect the diagnosis and treatment of glaucoma. 
FDA Recalls Common Heart Drug Due To Potential Cancer RiskValsartan is off patent and is used as a component of other generic medicines, but not all medicines containing the ingredient are involved, according to the FDA.
New Drexel Program Helped Man Lose 140 PoundsThere was a ribbon cutting Monday at Drexel University for the official opening of a new outpatient clinic for eating disorders and weight management.
Growing Demand For Products Made From Part Of Marijuana Plant To Treat Certain Medical ConditionsThere have been mixed reviews about CBD products and how well they work.
FDA Warns Crab Meat From Venezuela Possibly ContaminatedIt is best to avoid crab meat from Venezuela because of its possible contamination risk, says the US Food and Drug Administration.
$4.7 Billion Awarded In Johnson & Johnson Lawsuit That Claimed Product Caused Ovarian CancerIn a statement, Johnson & Johnson said they were deeply disappointed in the verdict.
CDC Says 'Do Not Eat This Cereal' After Linking Honey Smacks To SalmonellaHealth officials want people to stay away from Honey Smacks cereal.
Illinois, Iowa Health Officials Investigating Parasite Possibly Linked To McDonald's SaladsTwo state health departments are scrambling to find out what caused more than 100 people to get sick since late June.
New Air Quality Report Reveals Unsafe Conditions For Philadelphians"Even one day with polluted air is too many," said Kelly Flanigan.
Nearly 50 Percent Of Parents Use Their Cellphones While Driving Kids, Study SaysDistracted driving is now a public health crisis, causing a growing number of car crashes and injuries.