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Women who are physically active at any point in life have lower risk of cognitive impairment in later life compared with those who are inactive, but teenage physical activity appears to be most important.
WASHINGTON — The first pill designed to boost the female sex drive failed to make a significant impact on libido in two studies, federal health regulators said, though some women did report slightly more sexually satisfying experiences.
ROCKFORD — The inaugural meeting of a cancer support group for men will begin at 9 a.m. Saturday in the lower level of Westminster Presbyterian Church, 2821 N. Bell School Road.
ROCKFORD — Over the course of 18 years, Carol Thompson’s back pain had become so intense and unrelenting that her doctor thought it was at least partly psychosomatic.
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ATLANTA — A government panel is recommending doctors steer clear of giving one brand of flu vaccine to young children this year because of problems with it in Australia and New Zealand.
HOUSTON, Texas – Being able to see clearly is a very important part of learning development. Parents and teachers of early elementary school children should watch for silent warning signs of visual problems, said a pediatric ophthalmologist from Baylor College of Medicine.
ROCKFORD — Dr. Nicolai Mejevoi, an interventional cardiologist with 20 years’ experience, has joined the Heart and Vascular Center at Rockford Health System.
ROCKFORD — They walk and, of course, they talk. And the BXtreme Steppers provide each other with the motivation to stick to a regular fitness program. It’s been that way for almost three years for some members of the power walking group that meets with certified fitness trainer Nicole Bryant at 5 p.m. on Tuesdays on the walking path near the Dahlquist Park tennis courts.