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Look Good … Feel Better program

Look Good … Feel Better program SALEM Women undergoing cancer treatment can learn techniques for

Is reaction to quinine genetic?

Q. Warning bells went off for me when I read your column about taking quinine for leg cramps. In

Trumbull overdoses take a downward turn so far in 2018

Data for the first two months of this year show that Trumbull County overdoses – both fatal and survived – have dropped compared to 2017.

Rep. Tim Ryan introduces bill to fight prescription drug, opioid abuse

It also provides money for first-responder training.

Columbiana County files lawsuit against opioid manufacturers, distributors

Action will likely join multi-party, national lawsuit in federal court.

Activists bring attention to multiple sclerosis

Local activists took MS efforts to Washington, D.C.

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Three Valley women share personal experiences about living with MS

Haylee Mathews of Cortland was diagnosed with MS at age 16. At first she was devastated, but now she has a more positive outlook and is passionate about helping others.

Mercy Health — Youngstown to acquire Prima

Mercy Health — Youngstown plans to acquire Prima Health Care by the third quarter of this year.

Problems with baking soda

Q. My dad passed away at 75. He was notorious for taking a small amount of baking soda from the

Lloyd Webber isn’t slowing down at 70

By MARK KENNEDY AP Entertainment Writer NEW YORK Andrew Lloyd Webber’s 70th birthday is

Natural health seminar

Recovery for Runners

Vascular disease, related to hardening of the arteries, is also called atherosclerosis

It can cause heart disease, stroke, and a variety of artery diseases

HEALTH DIGEST | Help ID teens at risk of suicide

Help identify at-risk individuals to get help WARREN Given the increase in teen suicides and