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Men who get treatment for alcoholism don't just improve their own health and wellbeing, they also transform their children's home life for the better, according to a recent study. Researchers found that families in which the father struggled with
If one step causes a shooting pain to go through a patient's heel, especially when waking up in the morning to get out of bed, he or she may suffer from heel pain in Bethlehem. Occurring also when standing after sitting for an extended period of time,
Some states, including Montana, are reporting a rise in heroin use as many addicts shift from more costly and harder-to-get prescription opiates to this cheaper alternative. Heroin-related deaths are relatively rare in Montana, but the number of
Some states are reporting a rise in heroin use as many addicts shift from more costly and harder-to-get prescription opiates to this cheaper alternative. Gov. Chris Christie, a former federal prosecutor who has long recognized drug addiction as a
The state's largest hospital had almost two dozen patients seek treatment with health insurance policies provided through Vermont's health overhaul system since the start of the year, yet more than half of those did not have insurance cards, an
Services in public hospitals countrywide continued to be paralysed as the health workers' strike entered its sixth day. In Summary The Kenya Health Professional Association, secretary-general, Moses Lore, also blamed the government, Nurses are
People ask, "Why did this sicko bring a gun to a mall, only to in the end turn it on himself?"...It is frustrating that reporters are uninformed about mental health. In many cases, the answer is untreated or inappropriately treated mental disorders.
Kevin Winter/Getty Images Hairspray' director Adam Shankman has apparently checked into rehab, seeking treatment' for an undisclosed condition, his rep told Us Weekly. "Hairspray" director Adam Shankman has checked into rehabilitation.
African-American Women Disproportionately Affected by Fibroids: More Symptoms, Longer Time to Diagnosis, and Greater Need for Information. Fibroid Relief Announces New Tool to Help Women Get Diagnosed Earlier, Facilitate Conversations with Health
Photo/File In Summary Hawkers will, however, continue to pay the same fee to sell their wares but residents seeking treatment in hospitals managed by the county government will have to pay more. Motorists will now pay Sh300 a day to park their cars