The director of sports medicine at Lutheran Hospital demonstrates simple exercises, if done correctly, will improve a person’s core and imbalance.
The St. Joseph Central Elementary School staff member infected with Neisseria Meningitis has since been released from medical care and is now recovering.
Fewer than half of high schools and only a fifth of middle schools teach all 16 of the recommended topics.
Lutheran Health Network is hosting its 2016 Get Fit Expo to ensure a healthy new year. As a preview, registered dietitians at its Weight Management Center are offering their expertise on a healthy diet.
A general and 11 other people associated with a U.S. Army biodefense laboratory face potential punishment for failures that an Army report says contributed to the mistaken shipment of live anthrax to other labs over a period of years.
Lawrence County was under a public health emergency Thursday, due to hepatitis C cases that spread primarily through intravenous drug use.
Asked how Americans could help, Biden minced no words: “Demand collaboration from the scientific community,” he wrote on Twitter.
The trouble began in August when 64 customers in Minnesota were infected with Salmonella and about 100 people were struck by norovirus in southern California.
The Safe Sleep Program classes are held every third Monday of the month at 2 p.m. at TRAA headquarters, located at 525 Hayden St. in Fort Wayne.
The newest guidance comes down hard on sugar that’s added to food and drinks but says lean meat is a healthy protein and more eggs may be OK, despite years of advice to the contrary.
Nationwide, heart disease is still the leading cause of death, just ahead of cancer. While death rates for both have been falling for nearly 25 years, heart disease has dropped at a steeper rate.
The hospital system hadn’t received any patient reports of fraudulent activity as of Tuesday.
This will be his second kidney transplant, which is scheduled to happen around Valentine’s Day.
A possible plateau in childhood obesity rates and declines in air pollution are among factors that may have helped lower cases in kids, the 2001-13 study suggests.
The Healthy Water Ohio coalition, which suggested borrowing $100 million a year as part of a bigger trust fund to address water-related issues, said its research shows Ohioans would pay a little more each year to protect drinking water.
The changes in how food is prepared marks a dramatic turn in fortunes for Chipotle, which has surged in popularity by touting its “Food With Integrity” slogan.
Sudden cardiac arrest may not always be so sudden: New research suggests a lot of people may ignore potentially life-saving warning signs hours, days, even a few weeks before they collapse.
All five people said they ate at a Chipotle the week before they got sick.
Medical groups and gay activists have long said the ban could no longer be justified, based on modern testing methods.
Critics and proponents both agree a prescription requirement will likely lead enterprising meth cooks to get their cold medicine in neighboring states, none of which have a prescription requirement for pseudoephedrine.