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Like many dog owners, ER physician Dr. Travis Stork will do anything to make sure his beloved dog Nala is the happiest she can be and that includes gettiong her acupuncture treatments.
Dr. Travis Stork continues to share important information from his new book, “The Lose Your Belly Diet: Change Your Gut, Change Your Life,” and now he’s tackling the question of where you should be getting your probiotics from – supplements or food?
It’s estimated 1 in 8 people in the U.S. are living with HIV in this country but don’t know they are infected. Could this new campaign for the HIV prevention pill PrEP do more harm than good?
Snapchat is one of the fastest growing social media platforms among teens today and also a place ripe with cyberbullying. 14-year-old Jordan’s life was completely changed for a 10-second video.
Virtual attendants like Google Home and Amazon’s Alexa can perform simple tasks like turning on your lights. But would you let one diagnose you when you’re not feeling well?
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Artificial sweeteners and fake sugars are being consumed by kids at an alarming rate of 200 percent more times than they used to just a few years ago. The Doctors investigate!
In this digital age news is instant and constant, but how do you decipher what’s real and what’s fake?