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 By Amy Abbott    Health    March 1, 2018

Oxygen therapy is not a prison sentence

An old cliché says, “as easy as breathing.” For millions of seniors, breathing doesn’t come easily without the assistance of oxygen therapy. Our body needs about 22 percent oxygen, so our cells work correctly, says the American Thoracic...

 By Amy Abbott    Health    September 1, 2016

Ways to improve relations with your adult child

Shakespeare chronicled the seven ages of man from infancy to old age in “As You Like It.” Anyone with adult children knows the Bard of Avon left out a critical stage – the stage when you zip your lip around your adult child, fearful of your...

 By Amy Abbott    Health    August 1, 2016

World Health Organization changes course on carcinogens in coffee

We’ve lived long enough to see science lose and gain favor with eggs, fats, red wine, some fruits and vegetables, and chocolate. Perhaps more confusing than studies around those food items are the studies surrounding coffee. Slate magazine noted...

 By Amy Abbott    News    June 1, 2016

Medical errors cause high casualties in U.S., study says

Ordinary medical errors may be the third leading cause of death in the United States, reports a terrifying new study in the BMJ (formerly the British Medical Journal). Patient safety researchers from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine estima...


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