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Medical EditionThe Sulphur Springs News-Telegram has published their annual Medical, Health and Fitness special edition. Check it out now to read up on what is going on locally for your health and fitness. It's the fastest way to get all of your medical information, news and facts to stay fit and healthy.

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Assisted suicide advocate Kevorkian dies at age 83

DETROIT (AP) — Jack Kevorkian, the retired pathologist who captured the world's attention as he helped dozens of ailing people commit suicide, igniting intense debate and ending up in prison for murder, has died in a Detroit area hospital after a short illness. He was 83.

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Some cancers are unique to men. If you are a man—or know one—here’s what you need to know

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B reast cancer may attract a lot of awareness, but there are cancers exclusive to men that warrant attention, too.Jeff ry Huff man, M.D., a urologist on the medical staff at Memorial Hospital, outlines several male-only cancers, and off ers advice on how to catch them in their earliest, most treatable stages.

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Build a Legacy of Caring: Your gifts contribute to a future of quality health care

For the last five years, the Hopkins County Health Care Foundation has held a winter gala and Lights of Life campaign, raising a total of $504,660, including more than $150,000 from the record-setting 2009-2010 campaign. Those funds have helped the hospital add digital mammography equipment, a children’s therapy garden and a healing garden to its offerings for the community.

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A Strong Start: Education helps parents-to-be prepare for life with a new baby

Childbirth may be natural, but that doesn’t mean it’s simple. Knowing what to expect—and how to cope—can help new moms as they bring their babies into the world.

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  • Family, Screen Time Tied to Kids’ Success: Study
    Here’s a back-to-school pop quiz for parents: How much do you think your child’s school grades or emotions are tied to whether you’re sitting down to dinner together? The answer: More than you might think.
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    You've been trying forever to get that elusive six-pack: the holy grail of fitness goals. None of the gizmos and doodads advertised online or on TV have worked, so you figure it's time to sign up for that 30-minute abs class at the gym.
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    CNN's Elizabeth Cohen reports on the amazing amount of cash generated by the viral video trend.
  • Train your brain to eat better
    Following a healthy diet can alter the way your brain responds to high-calorie foods, a new study suggests.

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