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MUNCIE, Indiana — Nearly a third of Americans are getting inadequate sleep — including police offices, health care workers and truck drivers — and it is getting worse with every passing year, says a new study from Ball State University.

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DEAR DR. ROACH: I am a 61-year-old woman in fairly good health except that I have been taking prescription omeprazole once a day for heartburn for at least 10 years, if not more. I've read articles that say this isn't good to take long term, like I've been doing. When I've tried to stop by using famotidine instead, I still suffer from heartburn throughout the day. I've raised my bed and tried sleeping in an upright position. Your thoughts, please. — O.D.S.

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WARRENSBURG — Western Missouri Medical Center Auxiliary was selected as the 2019 Auxiliary of the Year - Category II, which represents auxiliaries of a hospital with between 31 and 100 licensed beds by the Missouri Association of Hospital Auxiliaries.

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WARRENSBURG — Throughout history, nurses have played an enormous role in caring for patients, and every day they show up through the good days and bad days to continue to provide care.

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A new report on the health insurance markets in Missouri was released Oct. 31 by the Missouri Department of Commerce and Insurance. As in past years, 2018 had a very limited number of health insurance companies selling in the state. The largest four insurers in the small and large group mark…

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President Trump and White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham initially billed Trump's visit as the first part of the President's annual physical. But two days later, the President's doctor described the hospital visit differently.

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17-year-old Alexander vaped every day for more than a year when his lungs were filled with a white cotton-like substance and he almost died. The number of vaping-related injuries has climbed to more than 2,000 cases in the US, concerning doctors who are trying to pinpoint the exact cause.

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On the list of what frightens people the most, ranking right up there with spiders, snakes and heights are needles. In fact, the extreme fear of medical procedures involving needles is a valid phobia with an ominous name: trypanophobia. Charyn Caruso, a phlebotomist for Grove City Medical Center, has worked with her share of patients who have suffered from the condition throughout her 20-year career.

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Each year, hundreds of thousands suffer from cardiac arrest in the U.S. Anytime, anywhere, an emergency can strike, leaving many with little chance for life-saving personnel to make a difference. These numbers would be decreased dramatically if more people were CPR certified. Currently at Seneca Valley School District, students and staff are training to be ready for any dire situation thrown their way.

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Or is it? Full of festive decor and family traditions, the months of November and December can provide plenty to be jolly about. But they also come with their fair share of holiday health hazards.

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Trying to attain perfection, especially during the holidays, can leave a person financially stressed and spiritually depleted.