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  • By JESSIE BEKKER The Minnesota Daily

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Aching muscles were no more than background noise to Claire Stephens until the pain started to creep into her wrists.

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  • By Matt Pearce Los Angeles Times

Preet Bharara has prosecuted mobsters from the Gambino family, Islamic terrorists, Wall Street insiders and top New York lawmakers. But it was…

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TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — The Kansas House of Representative has approved a bill that would enable chiropractors to sign off on student athletes ret…

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  • By Elaine Rogers The News-Sentinel (Fort Wayne, Ind.) (TNS)

So, there’s that daily Facebook newsfeed and its bombardment of provocative promises about the curative powers of everything from pet ownershi…

  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

Two-thirds of all recommendations in the past fiscal year came from 24 doctors.

 

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The third annual Chinese Culture Festival will focus on health and wellness.

  • By Jim Bradbury For the Arizona Daily Star

Imagine you live in a world with few, if any, friendships. You don’t relate well to people because you have trouble reading emotion and body l…

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  • Stephanie Innes ARIZONA DAILY STAR

Researchers at the University of Arizona are looking for licensed massage therapists to participate in a study about tobacco use.

  • Kim Smith, Arizona Daily Star

A Tucson construction worker who claims he can cure gynecological cancers by treating women with ozone was found guilty of practicing without …

  • M. SPENCER GREEN / THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

An analysis of more than two dozen studies on acupuncture indicates that the therapy may benefit some ailments.

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CHICAGO - Acupuncture gets a thumbs-up for helping relieve pain from chronic headaches, backaches and arthritis in a review of more than two d…

  • Stephanie Innes Arizona Daily Star

The public is invited to a free, public lecture in Tucson tonight (Wednesday, April 4) featuring Dr. Andrew Weil.