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  • Health Beat: Tongue tie or reflux?

    Health Beat: Tongue tie or reflux?

    It's a nightmare for any new parents: their newborn doesn't eat or sleep. Doctors aren't sure why. Reflux is a common diagnosis. When the correct diagnosis is finally made, it's not their stomach at all.

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  • Health Beat: Keep your heart healthy
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    Health Beat: Keep your heart healthy

    Preventable heart problems killed about 415,000 Americans in 2016, according to new research from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Doctors have some tips on how you can lower your risk of having a major heart event.

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  • Health Beat: Cartiva: Cushion for your big toe

    Health Beat: Cartiva: Cushion for your big toe

    For patients with arthritis of the big toe, surgery to fuse bones together often eliminates the pain, but it comes with some side-effects. Doctors are using a tiny shock absorber as a way to eliminate arthritis pain, and they're using the method...

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  • Health Beat: Abdominal aneurysms: Silent killers

    Health Beat: Abdominal aneurysms: Silent killers

    You probably know about brain aneurysms, but how about abdominal aneurysms? They mainly target white men 65 years of age and older, but women can also get them. Now, some doctors say a new device could add years to your life.

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  • Health Beat: Retinal detachment: Early warning signs can save sight

    Health Beat: Retinal detachment: Early warning signs can save sight

    Retinal detachment happens when an injury causes the retina to peel away from the wall of the eye. It can happen quickly, or a small tear can continue to progress over time, until the retina detaches. Early detection can save your sight.

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