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Testosterone therapy boosts sexual function

Research published in The New England Journal of Medicine concludes that daily application of a test

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Non-Hodgkins lymphoma is ‘highly treatable’

Lymphoma is one of the most common forms of cancer, and while its frequency is a negative, there is

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Department of Health addresses County health rankings

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY — The Florida Department of Health in Indian River County recognizes the valu

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Sebastian switches emergency room service providers

The Sebastian River Medical Center has made a major change in its day-to-day operations, ending a de

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How support groups help early-stage dementia patients

A study led by researchers at the University of Exeter has found that people with early-stage dement

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Department of Health launches ‘Network of Care’ website

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY — The Florida Department of Health in Indian River has launched an innovative

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‘Silent’ heart disease ups risk for stroke victims

A new study from the University of Royal Holloway in London finds that more than a third of stroke p

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Helping patients ‘shoulder’ the art of aging

It’s just a fact of life: As we age, parts of our bodies can simply wear out. Hips, knees and shou

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Zika reality: Doc says virus outbreak here unlikely

For the past two months it's been nearly impossible to turn on a television without getting bombarde

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The ‘eyes’ have it: Retinal surgery sees major advances

Does the mere thought of someone making an incision into one of your eyeballs instantly make you unc

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New IRMC doctor focuses efforts on healthy aging

In 1989, Dr. Ana Maria Apoltan was out in the streets. Literally. In Romania. Apoltan was an active

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IRMC docs team up to tackle heart disease, cancer

Every year, says the Centers for Disease Control, more than 1 million Americans die from heart disea