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Medical News 5/26/17
In medical news this morning
Woman On Mission To Get Drug Addicts On Birth Control
A woman on a mission to stop drug-addicted mothers from having babies made a stop in Mobile, …
"Daddy's Little Girl"
A new study from Emory University reveals fathers tend to be more attentive and responsive to young…
Health News 5/25/17
Your morning health news.
Expert: POW! Virus likely to spread to Texas
Recent cases for the POW virus have been reported in the northeast portion of the country, but by …
Transgender Surgeries On The Rise
New data from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons shows 20-percent increase in the number of "…
Seasonal allergies can make some people feel terrible, but pets can suffer from allergies too.
Picking The Best Sunscreen: Top Brands Ranked
Consumer Reports has released its top sunscreens, and you don't have to spend a lot to get the very…
More Than Bikini Medicine
To read more about Sex and Gender medicine, check out the article from Marie Claire magazine, here.…
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Two Cases of Mumps Confirmed in Randall County
The City of Amarillo Department of Public Health is reporting two cases of mumps in Randall County.
Child Screen Time
A new study reveals some startling statistics when it comes to how much time your child spends on …
Doctors: "Women Need to Make Time for Their Health"
May is a month for women. Between mother's day and national women's health week, doctors are …
Avoiding "Avocado Hand"
The rise in the popularity of guacamole and other avocado-based dishes has had an unexpected side …
Gastric Bypass & Diabetes
Some experts believe that a common weight-loss surgery could also hold the cure to Type II …
Colonoscopy Upgrade: Building A Better Laxative
Colonoscopy prep can mean drinking up to a gallon of a laxative to clean out your bowels, but some …
New Allergy Test: One Prick, 120 Results
New allergy test relies on a simple finger prick.
Skin Cancer: Dark Skin Is No Safety Guarantee
Experts say dark skin lowers your risk, but is no guarantee against skin cancers like melanoma.
Bill would spur study of why more black mothers die after childbirth
Public health advocates want a state task force focused on Texas' rising maternal mortality rates …
"State Of The Air" Report Finds Improvements
American Lung Association's annual report finds foul air over California, and the cleanest places …