Betty Sue Bailey, 77, has lost a few inches since her diagnosis about 10 years ago with osteoarthritis, a degenerative joint disease. But she’s standing up to the disease with help from the Arthritis Foundation exercise program at the Southwest Medical Associates Lifestyle Centers.
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The phone calls keep coming. Frequently the callers are angry. Often they’re crying.
I once knew a girl in her early 20s who blew her rotator cuff shampooing her hair. How could that happen? She wasn”;t lifting or performing out-of-the-ordinary tasks.
Too many sleepless nights caused by a “pins and needles kind of feeling” in her lower legs had Merideth Hartman so unhinged that she wondered if she’d be better off having her legs cut off below the knee.
A recent report concerning national foodborne illnesses indicates that cases of salmonella have dipped 9 percent.
They squint at the blackboard and hold books close to their faces. When teachers see children who have obvious vision issues, they refer them to the school nurse, who usually suggests seeing an optometrist to get glasses. But what if the family has no funds for such an expense? Enter Eye Care 4 Kids, which works to get children from low-income families vision care.
A surge of eleventh-hour enrollments has improved the outlook for President Barack Obama’s health care law, with more people signing up overall and a much-needed spark of interest among young adults.
After consuming legalized marijuana, two Coloradans are dead and the effects of the recreational drug are questioned.
More than 100 University Medical Center employees, including registered and practical nurses, pharmacy technicians, and lab assistants, were laid off Friday as hospital administrators announced the closing of four care centers and an outpatient pharmacy.
Being a college athlete isn’t an easy feat, but when you are dangerously allergic to your own sweat, it can become even more challenging.