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81.

Ciguatera: Poison on Your Plate?

We've all heard the advice that eating more fish is good for the heart. You may think twice about that after you hear about this medical mystery that is sidelining normally active people for a few weeks or months.
Online
2019; 2016
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Congenital Heart Disease: Today’s Warriors Survive!

Currently, there are over 1.2 million American adults living and thriving with congenital heart disease. About one in every 100 babies born today has a heart defect. Just a generation ago, many of these babies would never make it to adulthood, but today over 85 percent do.
Online
2019; 2016
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Tech Neck

Staring down at your phone can be a real pain in the neck. In fact, chiropractors see it so often in patients complaining of neck and back pain that they call it "tech neck." There are simple ways to avoid health problems now and later in life.
Online
2019; 2015
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Overprescribed Opioids

With new guidelines from the CDC, pain management clinics offer an effective alternative to drugs
Online
2019; 2016
85.

Aging Gracefully

We all know that getting older is inevitable. One geriatrician is trying to get people to overcome the idea that getting older means getting worse.
Online
2019; 2016
86.

Saving Hips With 3D Technology

3D technology is helping surgeons plan and perform hip replacement surgeries better than ever before.
Online
2019; 2016
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Indoor Pollution

Most of us blame the weather for our itchy eyes and runny noses, but one allergist says that more often than not, it’s the air inside your home that’s making you sick.
Online
2019; 2015
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Asthma, Allergies or ISS?

A mysterious disease that only affects women requires a simple procedure to help them breathe more easily.
Online
2019; 2016
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Correcting Lasik Damage: Gift of Sight

About 600,000 people get Lasik surgery in hopes of achieving 20/20 vision, but half of them still need to wear glasses afterwards. A new non-invasive solution is restoring sight without surgery.
Online
2019; 2016
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Blood Shortage Protocols

Nearly seven million people donate blood every year. But what happens when either natural or man-made disasters prevent donated blood from getting to people desperately needing it?
Online
2019; 2017
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Concussions and Gender: Who’s at Risk?

See which sports are putting female athletes in harms way and why some typically considered safe are topping the list.
Online
2019; 2017
92.

PNES Mimics Epilepsy

The surprising cause of non-epileptic seizures and the treatment that is returning lives to normal.
Online
2019; 2017
93.

ACL Reinjury in Girls Prevented by PEP

Why do female athletes re-tear their ACL after surgery more often than males? One doctor has found the answer and has developed a program that could solve the problem.
Online
2019; 2017
94.

Mammograms or Not?

Should all mammograms be in 3D? If so, why isn’t every woman getting this cancer detection screening?
Online
2019; 2017
95.

From Heart Surgery to Marathons!

The 26.2 mile race is tough for anyone, but especially so for Paul Sykes. He ran one just weeks after heart surgery. Learn how surgeons made this possible.
Online
2019; 2016
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Calling All Doctors: Geriatrician Shortage

The number of aging Americans is skyrocketing, but the number of specialists caring for them is desperately low. Learn how the shortage of geriatricians is impacting you or your family.
Online
2019; 2016
97.

Too Young for a Stroke?

In the United States, 25 percent of all stroke patients are under 65. There has been a steep increase in strokes among people in their thirties and forties. Don’t ignore the signs of stroke, or it may be too late.
Online
2019; 2016
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Surprising Signs of PAD

Millions of Americans could have this potentially life-threatening disease and not even realize it. Find out what symptoms you could be overlooking that could be signs of peripheral artery disease.
Online
2019; 2017
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Back in Control: Alternatives to Back Surgery

There are at least a hundred million Americans who suffer from chronic pain every day. Many turn to surgery and pain meds, but a Seattle doctor explains his new approach to pain relief.
Online
2019; 2018
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Video Game Helping With ADHD

A new brain workout has doctors prescribing a video game instead of medicine to help kids focus better.
Online
2019; 2017