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Should Hillary Clinton's Campaign Have Revealed Her Pneumonia Diagnosis Earlier?
Democratic nominee was seen having difficulty walking and getting into vehicle after she left a 9/11 commemoration.
Exploring Drug-Free Treatment for Pain
With growing concern about opioid painkiller addiction, millions of American adults are seeking non-drug solutions for pain.
Pain Relief Doesn't Always Have to Come in a Pill, Study Finds
Serious and chronic pain can be debilitating for patients no matter how many pain relief pills they try. And as the opioid epidemic has continued to grow in the U.S., many health providers are less willing to prescribe large doses of prescription painkillers , which can lead to addiction. In an
After Phelps' swim, questions about cupping runneth over
RIO DE JANEIRO -- They are the purple circles that set social media on fire Sunday night, the circular bruises on Michael Phelps ' right shoulder that left television viewers around the world wondering if the most decorated Olympian of all-time had contracted some rare skin disease, been attacked
Is Cupping Therapy a Solution to Pain?
Dr. Jennifer Ashton and Jill Blakeway join "GMA" for a demonstration of the ancient healing technique adopted by several members of Team USA.
Rio Olympics: Why Michael Phelps Has Polka Dot Patterns on His Shoulder
When Michael Phelps , the most decorated Olympic athlete in history, hit the pool deck this weekend in Rio, Olympic viewers may have been perplexed by the purple circles that dotted his shoulder and back. While it looked like it could be some odd injury, the circles were actually a sign that Phelps
These Are the Best Exercises for Anxiety and Depression
If you suffer from depression or anxiety, your workout can play a key role in managing your symptoms, thanks to the powerful link between your physical and mental health . “We know that the old divisions of body and mind are false,” says Ben Michaelis, PhD, an evolutionary clinical psychologist and
ARCHIVAL VIDEO: Former Bosnian-Serb Leader Radovan Karadzic Found in 2008 After Decade-Long Search
Well international prosecutor said today they would press for a speedy trial. Radovan Karadzic arrested in Belgrade yesterday and charged with some of the worst atrocity since World War II. Stemming from the war in Bosnia in the early nineties the hunt for Karadzic lasted more than ten years was
The Promise Rio Couldn't Keep
R IO DE JANEIRO -- In August, barriers installed across more than a dozen of Rio's dying rivers will hold back garbage that otherwise might drift into the paths of Olympic sailors. A fleet of boats will patrol to keep debris from snagging on a rudder or centerboard and costing someone a medal. Some