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FDA to regulate e-cigarettes

FDA to regulate e-cigarettes

As Jerry Canavati enjoyed vaping electronic cigarettes with his friends Thursday, the FDA announced rules to regulate the booming industry including banning their sale to minors and requiring warning labels.  

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Metro Health issues level 3 health outlook

Metro Health issues level 3 health outlook

A warning from the city about dangerous temperatures was issed Thursday after temperatures reached between 90 and 105 degrees on two consecutive days.

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Healthbeat: Brain injury recovery & World Meningitis Day

In this Healthbeat we discuss the link between education level and traumatic brain injury recovery and World Meningitis Day.

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Children s Hospital receives level 3 trauma designation

Children's Hospital receives level 3 trauma designation.

A new designation for a local hospital will mean better and faster care for San Antonio kids.

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Hope for Lanie Curing SMA

Hope for Lanie: Curing SMA

She may be in a wheelchair, but 14-year-old Lanie Hannah doesn’t let that stop her from having fun.

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Avoiding type 2 diabetes

Avoiding type 2 diabetes

Researchers are shedding light on what can be done for those on the verge of developing type 2 diabetes.

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Defenders: Weight can affect insurance settlement

A woman settling an accident claim with an insurance company found out the company is considering her being overweight as a pre-existing condition and, according to her attorney, offering her less money to settle the claim.

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Growing Stem Cells in Space: Medicine’s Next Big Thing?

Hemorrhagic stroke is responsible for more than 30 percent of all stroke deaths. It happens when a weakened blood vessel ruptures and bleeds into the brain.

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How to handle a snake bite

Would you know what to do or where to turn if your child is bitten?

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Internal radiation treatment targets tumors

Internal radiation treatment targets tumors

A targeted form of internal radiation therapy is helping doctors target and destroy hard to reach tumors.

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