January 29, 2004 RSS feed / Medical


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Most Cardiac Arrests Happen At Home

About 74 to 80 percent of all sudden cardiac arrests happen at home, so being trained to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) can mean the difference between life and death for a loved one. More...

Adults 50 And Over Need Vitamins Too

Vitamins are important not only for growth, also for digestion, mental alert-ness, resistance to infection and other necessary biologic processes. That means that adequate vitamin intake is important for older people as well as children. More...

How to Avoid The Flu If You Have Not Had A Flu Shot

According to news reports, some areas of the country have experienced a flu vaccine shortage. The Medical Society of the State of New York ad-vises that there is no need for those who did not get a shot (yet) to panic, however. More...

Heroes To Be Honored On "Heartsaver Day"

The American Heart Association More...

Views On

Gary S. Rafal, D.D.S. More...

Nutrition Notes

American Institute for
Cancer Research
A Good Night

Do you need to lose weight? Then, turn off the television or computer an hour earlier and go to bed. We More...

Chiropractic Corner

Dr. Lonnie Gross
Chiropratic Care And Infantile Torticollis
Reviewed by
Dr. Lonnie S. Gross

Torticollis or "Wry Neck" is a Latin term that means "twisted neck" and refers only to the posture of the head and neck. The term torticollis is used to identify a symptom, not a disease or injury. More...


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