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Maybe your wrists and fingers swell when you leave work. Or maybe they ache or go numb in the middle of the night. Sounds as if you've been messing with your carpal tunnel — that tiny tunnel in your wrist where the median nerve, flexor muscles...
May is National Pet Month so I pulled up the Purina web site to see how they suggested honoring this month. I found about 10 or 12 possibilities listed and selected giving your pet a massage as a good option to discuss. Retrieving my copy of the “...
Tags: Human Body, Personal Service, Arthritis, Fingers, Health
Concussions may have recently taken the spotlight in lacrosse sports medicine, but anterior cruciate ligament injuries are still a major unanswered issue for the sport. ACL tears are the leading cause of missed game and practice time at both the high...
Tags: Soccer, Football, Legs, Health, Injury Prevention
You've invested in top-quality paint, and have painstakingly prepped and primed your home for a fantastic paint job, so this is no time to skimp on tools. "You've spent $30 or even $50 on a gallon on paint, so don't buy a 99 cent brush," said Debbie...
ReporterThe family of Russell “Rusty” Porter are preparing for his funeral and visitation. On April 17, Porter and his wife, Rebecca Porter, disappeared from their Willard home. In July, a Taney County deputy discovered their bodies in a rural...
5 - 6 a.m. The Satursday Morning Show with Orion Samuelson and Max Armstrong 5:05 a.m. It’s the 30th anniversary of the Farm Toy and Antique Tractor Show in Sublette, Illinois. Max Armstrong visits with Don Dingus, one of the show founders,...
Daily American Staff WriterIn the summer of 2009, Diane Sechler, Meyersdale, had decreasing strength in her arms and hands, with recurrent trigger fingers and carpal tunnel syndrome. But her arthritis tests were negative. "I had two surgeries but kept having unbearable symptoms,"...
Multi-media JournalistSarah Sheaffer, a 24-year-old girl in Cumberland County was looking forward to being on her favorite TV show, Pay it Forward. "Paying it forward was something that she just giggled and laughed, that was her ritual," said her mom, Suzanne. Her mother...
Tags: Arthritis, Parkinson's Disease
Paintings can do more than decorate a home. They can also save your brain. Studies show that exposure to a diverse range of arts and other educational stimuli over long periods of time can decrease memory loss by up to 50%, said Dr. William Shankle,...
Staff reporterA Long Island woman with end-stage heart disease has only weeks to live after she lost her chance at a heart transplant for shoplifting back in September. Now Diane McCloud and her lawyer are asking to be released into a hospice, so she doesn't spend her...
Tags: Heart Transplants, Long Island, Punishment, Judges, Punishment
It's that time of year for bundling up in front of the fire, fixing a drink and watching the temperature drop. Here are some products that make winter more friendly, cozy and delicious. LemonFriend The LemonFriend is your friend too. It is a simple...
Tags: Human Body, E-Commerce Industry, Weather, Arthritis, Lab Tests
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