Awareness of TV set dangers CHICAGO — Before heading off to Minnesota more than a week ago, Adam Hadjis leaned over and kissed his 4-year-old daughter goodbye as she slept. It would be the last time he saw her alive. Gianna w...
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By Deanese Williams-Harris and Bonnie Miller Rubin McClatchy-Tribune News ServiceThe Paducah Sun
Study: Babies try lip-reading in learning to talk WASHINGTON — Babies don’t learn to talk just from hearing sounds. New research suggests they’re lip-readers too. It happens during that magical stage when a baby’s babbling gradually changes from g...
Jan 18, 2012 | 0 | 3 |
BY LAURAN NEERGAARD Associated PressAssociated Press
How to help aging parents For more than a year, Alice Mazmanian has been happy at Silverado Senior Living in Costa Mesa, Calif. At least, Mazmanian, who suffers from Alzheimer’s Disease, seems happy — and that’s what counts...
Jan 11, 2012 | 0 | 2 |
By Jane Glenn Haas McClatchy-Tribune News ServiceThe Paducah Sun
How to … avoid unsatisfying snacks A low-calorie snack can backfire if it doesn’t fill you up, nutritionists say. “It’s more important to choose something that will satisfy longer than to go for a snack simply because it may be lowe...
Jan 11, 2012 | 0 | 3 |
ByBy Alison Johnson McClatchy-Tribune News ServiceThe Paducah Sun
Whooping cough returns as vaccine is modified Hundreds of thousands of people in the U.S. — mostly babies and toddlers — were coming down with whooping cough each year when vaccines against “this menace,” as one newspaper called it, were intro...
Jan 11, 2012 | 0 | 3 |
By Trine Tsouderos McClatchy-Tribune News ServiceThe Paducah Sun
Study: Statins linked with small diabetes risk WASHINGTON — A new side effect seems to be emerging for those cholesterol-lowering wonder drugs called statins: They may increase some people’s chances of developing Type 2 diabetes. A study publi...
Jan 11, 2012 | 0 | 4 |
By LAURAN NEERGAARD Associated PressAssociated Press
Vitamin D: It does a body good If you’re feeling down in the winter, spending life indoors or under a coat, then you may be needing an extra boost of vitamin D. Dr. Kathryn Glass, a family medicine physician at Mercy Primary Car...
Jan 04, 2012 | 0 | 3 |
By ALAN REED email@example.comThe Paducah Sun
Researchers say blood pressure meds extend life The average high-blood-pressure patient lives live one day longer for each month of treatment with antihypertensive drug therapy, according to researchers from the University of Medicine and Dentis...
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By COLLEN DISKIN McClatchy-Tribune News ServiceSNbSThe Paducah Sun