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If you have recently been diagnosed with a heart attack, stable angina or severe coronary artery disease , you may be facing open heart surgery for surgical revascularization .
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For Michelle and Peter Doyle, a trip to the doctor's office with their daughter Calen in 2006 changed their lives forever.
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According to a study published in the BMJ journals, pollen is a potential explanation or reason for the seasonal effects on suicide rates.
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While April is the official " Defeat Diabetes Month ,"it also shares a calendar with Easter, one of many annual "Sugarfests" that encourages the consumption of chocolate bunnies, jelly beans and marshmallow peeps - a tradition of celebrating holidays with sweets that starts at a young age.
17 hrs ago | Daily Record
Of the 11 states studied by the CDC, New Jersey had the highest rate -- one in every 45 children.
Portland's now-infamous teenager who was caught on camera urinating into a reservoir there apparently told an online news site that he was relieving himself on a wall.
Older students are no longer intimidated to conquer college later in life. If it's been a long time since you've been in a classroom, it's important to understand how modern educational changes are making getting a degree easier than ever before.
Chances are you've heard of mapping genes to diagnose rare diseases, predict your risk of cancer and tell your ancestry.
A new report shows rates of two foodborne infections increased in the U.S. in recent years, while salmonella actually dropped 9 percent.
Their new "Incidence and Trends of Infections with Pathogens Transmitted Commonly Through Food" report shows a mixed bag of results for last year.
Influenza, which had begun to wane last month, has made a springtime resurgence in New Jersey, according to NJ.com .
Levels of healthy fats in people's diets worldwide increased over the past two decades, while their intake of harmful fats stayed about the same, a new study finds.
An outbreak of mumps among New Jersey college students has highlighted the "weak sister" in the MMR vaccine.
Left untreated, people suffering from diabetes can start to experience health complications in major organs, including the heart, blood vessels, nerves, eyes, and kidneys.
Federal regulators are warning diners to use caution when ingesting raw oysters this year amid recalls by shellfish farms in Massachusetts and Connecticut that have detected a saltwater-based bacteria that can cause severe illness and in rare cases death.
By monitoring the number of times people look for flu information on Wikipedia, researchers may be better able to estimate the severity of a flu season, according to a new study.