But American babies still die at rates that are higher than other affluent countries
The study, based on 2012 data analyzed by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, also outlines the “typical” drunk driver: Young males with a history of binge drinking.
Prostate cancer: Is it a ticking time bomb for men? Chairman of the department of urology at Upstate tackles that question and talks about screening and other ways to help prevent prostate cancer
Founder of nonprofit Hope for Heather on a mission to create awareness of ovarian cancer
Diagnosed with arteriovenous malformation at age 4, 19-year old Manlius resident making an impact on the lives of patiens nationwide
Back to School
Physicians in the division of sports medicine at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center say preparation before the first day of practice is critical in helping to reduce the risk of injury.
School start times that are too early can contribute to lack of sleep among teens, most of whom don’t get the recommended 8.5 to 9.5 hours of shut-eye, the report said.
This year, thanks to a new state law, children will be permitted to carry diabetes supplies and self-manage their diabetes at school and at any school function.
One-third of the approximately 30 million people struggling with eating disorders are men
Incredible bulk or Incredible Hulk?
Local doctor cautious about effectiveness of new ‘Viagra’ for woman
Eva Briggs advises “Treating Swollen Eyelids”
Jim Miler discusses “Medicare Options for Retirees Who Travel”
Live Alone & Thrive
Gwenn Voelckers on “The Healing Power of Forgiveness”
Anne Palumbo gives “More Reasons to Gobble Up Chicken”
Melissa Stefanec on “Backstrokes and Back stories”
Healthcare in a Minute
George W. Chapman takes a hard look at today’s medical issues