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Tips on how Meghan Markle and other soon-to-be mothers can prepare for labor

Meghan Markle is reportedly due to have her royal baby at the end of April or the beginning of May. So how should the Duchess of Sussex be preparing for her first delivery? Fox News’ Dr. Manny Alvarez sits down with a physical therapist to discuss what moves and birthing positions could be helpful...

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Every corner of the hospital prominently features hand sinks, hand sanitizer stations and reminders to wash regularly.

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U.S. measles cases have surged again, and are on pace to set a record for most illnesses in 25 years.

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Man miraculously survives after rod pierces through skull

A 21-year-old construction worker miraculously survived a gruesome head injury after surgeons worked for 90 minutes to safely remove an iron rod from his skull.

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Seniors Turn To Suicide In Long-Term Care Homes At Alarming Rates

Older Americans are quietly killing themselves —nearly one per day — in nursing homes, assisted living centers and adult care homes.

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Personal Health: After a Hip Fracture, Reducing the Risk of a Recurrence

Following a fracture, patients should have a bone density test, evaluation of calcium and vitamin D levels and, in nearly all cases, medication to protect against further bone loss.

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On the frustration of pediatricians taking care of children suffering from a preventable disease.

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I’m Still Dateable, Even Though I Don't Drink

At 36, I had never gone on a first date without drinking two to infinity glasses of wine.

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A Pennsylvania family was able to bring home one of their twins who was born in July without an anus and forced to undergo seven surgeries and still requires a colostomy and G-tube.

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'I owe my life to this dog': How dogs rescued 3 people from loneliness and poor health

Eric O'Grey was once unhealthy, depressed and lonely. Less than a decade ago, when he was 50, his doctor told him to buy a funeral plot because he'd soon need one. He weighed 350 pounds, with cholesterol at "a walking…

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Dear Dr. Roach: The search is on for cause of man's mild anemia

Dear Dr. Roach: I'm a 73-year-old male. My recent bloodwork showed a mild anemia. My doctor ordered a second blood test and a cancer screening kit. The anemia was stable, and the screening was normal with no microscopic blood detected.…

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