Articles for Tag: "health enews"
Cancer deaths have declined 20 percent in the last two decades. And while that’s good news, the American Cancer Society (ACS) reminds us that we […]
Depression is far more common among retired pro football players than people of the same age who didn’t spend years getting their heads banged around […]
Putting safety first, hospitals restrict visitors during crushing flu season.
For the first time in decades, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is proposed sweeping food safety rules. In response to recent deadly outbreaks, the new rules would require […]
In the wake of the recent school shootings in Connecticut, questions have been raised about the connection between the shooter’s violent behavior and his diagnosis […]
Leroy Haynes is the first Illinois patient to leave the hospital with a Total Artificial Heart. Here is his story.