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Archive | Healthy & Fit

“Cadillac Tax” More Health Insurance Premium Hikes on the Way?

New York Cardiac Diagnostic Center Cardiologist Dr. Steven Reisman and GOP Strategist Cheri Jacobus discuss ObamaCare and the rising cost of health care in the U.S. Dr. Steven Reisman says his clinic has seen a big change in health care with premiums going up for patients, deductibles are going up. Health insurance companies are charging […]

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Former President Jimmy Carter: Tumor Discovered in My Liver, Then 4 Small Cancer Spots Found in My Brain

Former President Jimmy Carter answers questions about the breadth of his cancer in Atlanta. Former President Jimmy Carter went to the doctor for a bad cold when doctors found a cancerous growth in his liver during a complete physical, including an MRI. The growth and surrounding tissue was removed, which amounted to about one-tenth of […]

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‘Female Viagra’ Gets FDA Approval; Sprout CEO Says Drug Is More About Desire Than Performance

CNN’s Elizabeth Cohen reports the FDA has approved the drug flibanserin, dubbed “Viagra for women,” to treat sexual dysfunction in premenopausal women. HSDD, unfortunately said fast sound like HSTD, is the acronym for Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder and refers to a woman’s chronic or ongoing lack of interest in sex, to the point that it […]

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Late Summer Bee, Wasp Hornet Season Is Here: First Aid and Prevention

The season for increased bee, wasp and hornet stings is upon us, Friday there were two calls for paramedics to respond to allergic reactions to bee stings in the northwest suburbs. Arlington Heights Fire Department paramedics responded to the Westgate Walgreens parking lot Friday afternoon, and Palatine Fire Department firefighter/paramedics responded to a residence in […]

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Residents in Old River Winfree, Texas Find Worms in Their Tap Water — Water Supply Tested

Homeowners are outraged after finding small blood worms in their drinking and bathing water in Old River Winfree, Texas. Residents in a Winfree, Texas subdivision served by a decades-old J&S Water Company facility began finding brown and red worms in their tap water this past Sunday. The worms in the Woodland Acres subdivision are believed […]

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Boy’s Death from Brain Infection Suspected to Be Caused by “Brain-Eating Amoeba” in Lake Minnewaska, Minnesota

Hunter Boutain, a 14-year-old boy who developed a rare brain infection after swimming in a Minnesota lake, died Thursday. The family of Hunter Boutain made the announcement in a statement issued through the University of Minnesota Medical Center, where he died. The family lives in Alexandria. “Hunter’s condition deteriorated throughout the night and he was […]

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Customer at KFC Claims Meal Package Contained Fried Rat in Los Angeles

CNN’s Jeanne Moos reports on a customer that claims he bit into a fried rat and now has lost his appetite. A customer took home a chicken dinner and claims he bit into a piece that turned out to be a fried rat. He took it back to the KFC restaurant in Los Angeles, and […]

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John Guido Leads the Arlington Heights Ford Team; Company Pledges to Match BeachBody Winnings for Charities

Arlington Heights Ford is aiming to help raise $10,000 for five local charities, and they’re doing it by getting fit. Back in November, the team at Arlington Heights Ford took the Beach Body Challenge – a company-wide initiative to get fit and feel healthier. And even their general sales manager John Guido Jr. got involved. […]

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Peanut Awareness Committee, Education Chosen Over Peanut Ban at District 25 in Arlington Heights

Following the request of parents Dan and Melissa Teuscher and other parents that requested a peanut ban in Arlington Heights School District 25, the superintendent has decided against an all peanut and/or nut ban, and has decided to focus instead on educating the school community about food and other allergies. Parents Dan and Melissa Teuscher […]

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NCH Awarded Hospital Accreditation from The Joint Commission

Northwest Community Healthcare (NCH) has once again earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for Hospital Accreditation by demonstrating continuous compliance with its performance standards. The Gold Seal of Approval® is a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to providing safe and effective patient care. NCH underwent a rigorous, unannounced on-site survey […]

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McNeil Consumer Health, Johnson & Johnson Subsidiary, Pays $25 Million to Settle Case Involving Metal Contamination in Infant’s Tylenol

A Johnson & Johnson subsidiary pleaded guilty on Tuesday to selling liquid medicine contaminated with metal and agreed to pay $25 million to resolve the case, the U.S. Department of Justice said on Tuesday. McNeil Consumer Healthcare, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson pleaded guilty to one federal criminal charge in a case involving accusations […]

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Heart Attack Risk Rises During Daylight Saving Time Spring Forward

A University of Michigan study published last year found the Monday following “spring forward” loss of one hour in March was associated with a 24 percent increase in daily heart attacks. The Tuesday following the time change in the Fall was associated with a 21 percent reduction in heart attacks. No other weekdays in the […]

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