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Blackberries, smartphones, flip phones. Having a cell phone is now the norm. But constantly using that phone may have a negative effect on your health. The World Health Organization released a new study Tuesday, noting radiation from cell-phones may...
Tags: Brain, Surgery, Human Interest, Human Body, Health Organizations
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) — The retired bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend says he will undergo radiation treatments for prostate cancer. The Rev. John M. D'Arcy is 78 and retired in January 2010 one year ago and was...
SOUTH BEND—A diagnosis of cancer is a life changer. Many patients do not know how to deal with the physical and emotional changes. RiverBend Cancer Services has a new wellness center where they offer free programs for people affected by cancer. ...
Tags: Mastectomy, Stress, Chemotherapy, Clubs and Associations, Hands
WASHINGTON (AP) — Medicare officials say they will likely pay for a prostate cancer drug that extends life about four months at a price of $93,000 per patient. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid says the biotech drug met its criteria as a...
CHICAGO (AP) — The first large study to examine the use of X-rays, CT scans and other medical radiation in children estimates the average child will get more than seven radiation scans by age 18, a potentially worrisome trend. Most of the scans...
Tags: Hospitals and Clinics, X-rays, Elections, Chest, Radiology
DETROIT (AP) — Aretha Franklin says the undisclosed ailment that led the Grammy Award-winning singer to have surgery in Detroit has been resolved. The Queen of Soul tells Jet magazine she began to worry after experiencing a sharp pain in her...
WASHINGTON (AP) — For the first time, women's death rates from lung cancer are dropping, possibly a turning point in the smoking-fueled epidemic. It's a small decline, says the nation's annual report on cancer — just under 1 percent a year....
WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal health regulators have approved a new cancer drug from Bristol-Myers Squibb that is the first therapy to prolong the lives of patients with melanoma. It's the first new drug the Food and Drug Administration has approved to...
Associated PressINDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services says it has begun enrolling uninsured Indiana residents with pre-existing medical conditions in a coverage plan under the federal health care overhaul. The Pre-existing Condition...
WASHINGTON (AP) — New research shows a painstaking surgical technique can help some men deemed infertile because of childhood cancer treatment to become fathers after all. Young men can bank sperm before cancer treatment if they're told that...
Tags: Washington, DC, Physical Conditions, Surgery, Oncology, Health
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) — A 10-day comedy festival in Michigan has opened with an apparent record-setting rubber chicken toss. The kickoff for the 10th anniversary "Gilda's LaughFest" was Thursday night, when organizers sought to break the...
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) — A 10-day festival of laughter is ready to kick off in western Michigan. "Gilda's LaughFest" opens Thursday in Grand Rapids. Headliners at the event created by Gilda's Club Grand Rapids in celebration of its 10th...
Tags: Michigan, Arts and Culture, Festive Events, Health, Betty White
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