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Boating can create lifelong memories. Regardless of the type of boat you’re on, remember these basic safety rules for a day on the water.
Independence Day has been celebrated with firework displays since the 1770s. Find out why you need to use extreme caution while using fireworks, and get safety tips.
Thanks to clot-busting medication and surgery, Lloyd Huebner is back in the game after a stroke — just in time to throw out the ceremonial first pitch at a local baseball team's "Strike Out Stroke" game.
Although stroke risk increases after age 55, many factors play a role in who has one. Learn about risks and preventive steps you can take to reduce personal risk for stroke.
Stroke symptoms arise suddenly, leaving you a small window of time to react effectively. It's vital to act quickly if you suspect someone is having a stroke.
You probably know what a heart attack is, but did know you that a stroke is a medical emergency that also could be called a "brain attack?" Here are the details and explanation of the two types of stroke.
A blanket is just a piece of cloth stitched together, but it can be so much more. Especially when it is given to provide comfort during a difficult time. That's something young Andrew knows well.
Rachel Hershman was only four blocks from the hospital when she was hit by a stray bullet. Months later, she is thankful for the quick, expert emergency care she received.
Mike Wolf was a healthy guy with no underlying health issues. Then he contracted COVID-19 and spent 43 days in the hospital. Now his family wants to warn others to take COVID-19 seriously.
You're not alone if you're unsure if you should go to the Emergency Department or Urgent Care for an accident or illness. Learn about the differences so you're prepared next time the unexpected happens.
Fears of contracting COVID-19 has people questioning if it is safe to seek care in clinics, hospitals, but most specifically emergency departments.
Super glue has a track record of fixing broken things. But what happens when that broken thing is you? Could you use super glue on yourself?