Imperial Valley News Center
- Written by Arthur Hirsch
Baltimore, Maryland - For a patient with sepsis - which kills more Americans every year than AIDS and breast and prostate cancer combined - hours can make the difference between life and death.
- Written by Phil Sneiderman
Baltimore, Maryland - In its efforts to curb criminal activity, should the government be allowed to see confidential consumer data collected by businesses? Or does the right to privacy trump such intrusions?
- Written by Dr. Amit Sood
Rochester, Minnesota - Tooth fairy takes away a lot of credit that rightly belongs to loving engaged parents. Time steals away the same credit about healing. Time isn’t the healer; the healers are the caring others, and your own mind.
- Written by Mayo Clinic
Scottsdale, Arizona - Your mobile phone is ringing, your boss wants to talk to you and your partner wants to know what's for dinner. Stress and anxiety are everywhere. If they're getting the best of you, you might want to hit the mat and give yoga a try.
- Written by Dana Sparks
Scottsdale, Arizona - Kidney stones affect approximately 3.8 million people in the U.S. each year and they are especially more common in the summer. The stones are described as small, hard deposits of mineral and acid salts that form when urine becomes concentrated. The minerals crystallize and stick together, forming a stone which can range in size from a grain of sand to a golf ball.
- Written by Edward R. Laskowski, M.D.
Imperial, California - For most people, wearing a weightlifting belt does little to improve performance or protect the spine - especially during exercises that don't stress the back or place only minimal stress on the back.
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