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New Procedure for Keratoconus Patients

Posted: 05/04/2009 - Gold medal winning American Bobsledder, Steve Holcomb was going blind ... Until a major breakthrough changed his life forever. Dr. Bruce Hensel has the details on this new, remarkable treatment.

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Sunday Swine Flu Update In Florida

Updated: 05/03/2009 - Florida Department of Health Sunday Update on confirmed Swine Flu cases in the Sunshine State. Florida has three confirmed cases; one in Lee , one in Broward, and one in Orange County.

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A New Website to Let You Store Health and Medical Info

Posted: 04/21/2009 - How comfortable are you with the idea of storing your medical and health information online? If you are, there's a site that, starting Tuesday, April 21, will let you do just that...

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Local Woman Prepares for 'Shannon Dey' Classic

Updated: 04/21/2009 - Many women go from heels to sneakers to fit in a little exercise in their busy lives but one local woman took on a whole new challenge after her 40th birthday.

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Study finds 1 in 5 obese among 4-year-olds

Posted: 04/07/2009 - A striking new study says almost 1 in 5 American 4-year-olds is obese, and the rate is alarmingly higher among American Indian children, with nearly a third of them obese.

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Vertigo Chair

Posted: 04/01/2009 - Doctor say they may have piece of medical equipment which could giving patients with vertigo and dizziness, their lives back.

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Doctors say kidney stones in kids are on the rise

Posted: 03/27/2009 - Doctors are puzzling over what seems to be an increase in the number of children with kidney stones, a condition some blame on kids' love of cheeseburgers, fries and other salty foods.

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US Births Break Baby Boom Record, Topping 4.3 Million

Updated: 03/20/2009 - Remember the baby boom? No, not the one after World War II. More babies were born in the United States in 2007 than any other year in the nation's history — and a wedding band made increasingly little difference in the matter.

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Report says 3 percent in DC have HIV or AIDS

Posted: 03/16/2009 - A new report by D.C. health officials says that at least 3 percent of residents in the nation's capital are living with HIV or AIDS and every mode of transmission is on the rise.

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Possible therapy takes bite out of peanut allergy

Posted: 03/16/2009 - A handful of children once severely allergic to peanuts now can munch them without worry. Scientists retrained their bodies to tolerate peanuts by feeding them tiny amounts of the very food that endangered them.

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More evidence prostate tests overdiagnose cancer

Posted: 03/11/2009 - As many as two of every five men whose prostate cancer was caught through a PSA screening test have tumors too slow-growing to ever be a threat, says a new study that raises more questions about the controversial tests.

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Tests could find ovarian cancer early

Posted: 03/11/2009 - Doctors screening women for ovarian cancer were able to pick up the disease about two years earlier than normal, according to a British study published Wednesday.

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