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Neurohospitalist finds balance, rewards of treating acute care patients| Stroke awarenessNeurohospitalist finds balance, rewards of treating acute care patients| Stroke awarenessIn recognition of Stroke Awareness Month (May), Sunil Chauhan, MD, encourages everyone to review the signs and symptoms of stroke.
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Convicted cancer doctor Fata seeks new trialConvicted cancer doctor Fata seeks new trialAn ex-Oakland County doctor serving a 45-year prison sentence for health fraud seeks a new trial. claiming he was misled by his attorney
Half of kids experience trauma, new report saysHalf of kids experience trauma, new report saysThe study compiled trauma experienced by children from birth through age 17, from abuse, neglect and racial prejudice to a parent’s incarceration or witnessing violence.
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CL NOW! Police brutality, Ponzi case, baseballCL NOW! Police brutality, Ponzi case, baseballNew details continue to emerge in the federal Ponzi scheme case that netted upwards of $100 million from about 300 investors in at least 14 states.
Incredibly rare condition makes this little girl's hair 'uncombable'Incredibly rare condition makes this little girl's hair 'uncombable'17-month-old Taylor McGowan has Uncombable Hair Syndrome. Just 100 cases of UHS have been reported globally to date.
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An egg a day may reduce heart disease risk, study findsAn egg a day may reduce heart disease risk, study findsResearchers in China found people who eat one egg day could significantly reduce their risk for getting cardiovascular disease.
Are eggs actually healthy?Are eggs actually healthy?Eggs tend to get a bad reputation, but are they really that bad for you?
Fixing text neck as easy as 1, 2, 3, 4...Fixing text neck as easy as 1, 2, 3, 4...Physical therapists are seeing an increasing number of people complaining about pain in their necks from dealing with electronic devices.