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By Arch Mainous

By Arch Mainous University of Florida Type 2 diabetes has reached epidemic proportions, with

Parent transition

Parent transition AKRON Seven community agencies that offer services to families who have

Treat athlete’s foot

Q. I have had trouble with fungal infections between my toes. I used clotrimazole, which seemed to

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Nationwide shortage of IV products impacts several Valley hospitals

Local hospitals are reporting a shortage of intravenous, IV, products that are made in Puerto Rico.

FBI visits properties belonging to Braking Point owner

The Cleveland office of the FBI said there was activity in Leetonia and Girard on Wednesday as part of its investigation of Braking Point Recovery Center.

Fighting obesity

Gyms across the country will be packed in the new year

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Early heart attack care

Early heart attack care YOUNGSTOWN Northside Regional Medical Center, 500 Gypsy Lane, is

Cough lozenges ease heartburn

Q. My 30-year-old son was diagnosed with GERD. He really struggled with PPIs (proton-pump

Local health care expo to take place in March

In an effort to keep health care local, three competitors have joined with the Youngstown/Warren Regional Chamber to host a health care expo at the Covelli Centre in March.

Ohioans urged to check on well-being of others

Ohioans urged to check on well-being of others COLUMBUS Ohioans are urged to check on the well-

Avoiding migraine triggers

Q. My husband used to get migraines. He was suffering so much, I decided to see if it was related to

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2017: Opioids, Ma’lik, growth drew attention

The brothers behind Whistle & Keg, Mike and Joe Thomas, stand outside their new bar on Federal Street in downtown Youngstown. The pour-your-own beer bar opened in October.

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Therapy dog makes PAWSSitive impact on students in Liberty School District

Sixth-grader Vernon Gurley stops at the Liberty Middle School guidance counselor’s office every day to pet, feed and read a book to a furry friend.

Gene therapy for rare form of blindness wins US approval VISION QUEST

By MATTHEW PERRONE AP Health Writer WASHINGTON U.S. health officials last week approved the

Walk-in childhood immunization clinics

Walk-in childhood immunization clinics WARREN The Warren City Health District, 258 E. Market