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It’s time for smart watches to detect and predict illness

Research from Stanford University in California suggests that data collected from smart watches may

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Nobel laureate’s protégé signs on at Scully-Welsh

Dr. Suzanne Kirby, a medical hematologist and oncologist, joined the Scully-Welsh Cancer Center staf

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Why legal meds can be a prescription for disaster

In September 2016, U.S. News and World Report dropped a prescription-drug bombshell on unsuspecting

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Look into new, advanced glaucoma/cataract procedures

Most Americans regard the loss of their eyesight as the worst medical calamity they could experience

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Touting new prostate treatment, despite naysayers

The American Cancer Society’s prostate cancer estimates for 2017 are in and they’re not exactly

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Lawnwood’s pediatric ER serves entire Treasure Coast

An extremely ill or injured child – as parents and grandparents already know – constitutes a bon

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Doctor is laser focused on removing unwanted tattoos

We all make mistakes. And for many of the 45 million Americans who have tattoos, getting “inked”

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Diverticulitis study more bad news for red-meat lovers

Red meat has been linked to health problems since the 1950s, when American physiologist Ancel Keys p

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Good to know about ‘joe’: Coffee can help prevent cognitive decline

Who knew, but there is actually a place called the Institute for Scientific Information on Coffee; i

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Managing obesity? Bariatricians can’t ‘weight’ to help

Approximately 24 million Americans are currently so overweight that they qualify for one of the four

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This little home sleep-testing gizmo could help zap apnea

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than a quarter of the U.S. populat

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For women, ThermiVa procedure is ‘the total package’

Dr. Deni Malave-Huertas is enthusiastically embracing a new, non-invasive procedure intended to help