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Bird flu case may increase egg prices

IOWA CITY — Egg prices in Eastern Iowa may rise after a recent bird flu outbreak across eight Midwestern states, including Iowa. State officials say it’s not clear how prices will be impacted, but have warned of a decrease in state e Read More »

Hy-Vee Dietitian: Learn to Love Sprouts

Are you stuck in a vegetable rut? If you eat carrots for lunch every day and have the odd side salad with your supper, chances are you are one of the many Americans who don’t meet their daily vegetable needs. To pump up your veggie intake, Read More »

Mental health facility opens for parolees, probationers

CEDAR RAPIDS — Sitting empty more than six years because of a lack of funding, the Anchor Center — a residential treatment center for parolees and probationers with mental health and substance abuse issues — is finally open.Read More »

Healthy Life: Vasectomy reversal

LOS ANGELES - Each year, 500,000 men will get a vasectomy to eliminate their chances of having children. But about five-percent of them will change their minds. Now, there’s a new procedure to reverse vasectomies and give men another chance Read More »

Bird flu strain confirmed at Iowa farm with 5.3 million chickens

DES MOINES (AP) — Up to 5.3 million hens at an Iowa farm must be destroyed after the highly infectious and deadly bird flu virus was confirmed, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said Monday.

The farm in northwest Iowa’s Osceol Read More »

Chiropractor accused of performing exorcisms loses license

LAMONI, Iowa (AP) — A southern Iowa chiropractor accused of accepting sex as payment for his services and performing exorcisms on patients has surrendered his state license.

The Iowa Board of Chiropractic released a report Wednesday d Read More »

Physical therapy for infertility

GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- 1.5-million women in the U.S. have problems with fertility, according to the latest data by the Centers for Disease Control. While many of them turn to surgery or in vitro fertilization, there is another option that doesn Read More »

Healthy Life: Robot Rehab: Learning to Walk Again

BOSTON - Wearable technology like smart watches and google glasses have become quite popular these days. But for some, it’s more than just a trend, it’s a treatment. Now, one futuristic device is helping victims of stroke and spinal Read More »

Stem cells could offer hope for those who can’t walk

SAN DIEGO — According to the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation, nearly one in 50 people are living with paralysis.

Until now — there wasn’t much hope. But a new study involving stem cells has doctors and patients exc Read More »

Mercy, Rockwell Collins open telehealth clinic

CEDAR RAPIDS — A different kind of health care clinic will open on the Rockwell Collins’s campus.

The Cedar Rapids-based avionics and information technology systems giant and MercyCare Community Physicians partnered to build a Read More »

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