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Arnie Spanier:The NFL Needs To Protect It’s Players

Arnie thinks the NFL needs to do something and be more concerned about protecting it’s players.


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Local Doctor Talks X-Rays, Teen Moms, Junk Food

Dr. Crystal Foster talks about a link between dental x-rays and brain tumors, a decline in teen birth rates, and junk food leading to depression.


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Study Says Junk Food Can Lead To Depression

Most Americans love junk food. But a new study found that such foods can do more than expand your waistline, they can also affect your brain.


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Examining The Broad Reach Of Depression

Here’s something really depressing. The Centers for Disease Control says that roughly one in 10 Americans is depressed.


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Treating Depression: Is There A Placebo Effect?

Prescriptions for antidepressants have soared, with 17 million Americans taking some form of drug. But how much good is the medication actually doing?


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Vitamin D Can Help You Battle The Winter Blues

The winter blues may not just be in your head. You could be depressed because your body is running low on something you get more often in the summer.


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Study Says Overtime Work Doubles Depression Risk

A new study finds that working long hours — regardless of job stress or satisfaction — increases a person’s risk for depression.


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Best Ways To Prevent Common Winter Health Woes

Dry skin, depression, an upset stomach from overeating — there are many holiday health issues. But you can prevent them from ruining your spirit.


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FDA: Studies Do Not Tie Chantix To Psych Problems

Federal health officials said Monday that Pfizer’s anti-smoking drug Chantix did not increase psychiatric problems like depression and suicidal thoughts in two studies, though the findings are not definitive.


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Shake Off Your Post-Holiday Blues

Do you feel a little blue after the holidays? Feeling a little down after the rush of the season is more normal than you think.


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Study: Major Acne Problem May Raise Suicide Risk

People receiving treatment for severe acne may be at higher risk of attempting suicide, but that is probably caused by depression linked to the condition and not the drug, a new study says.


Bonnie Weakened To A Tropical Depression

Click here to track the storm.  Bonnie has weakened to a tropical depression with winds near 35 mph after crossing Florida..  Forecasters with the U.S. National Hurricane Center said the storm was over the Gulf […]