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DES MOINES — The Iowa Insurance Division on Friday hammered the next-to-final nail into CoOportunity Health’s coffin.
Iowa’s Insurance Commissioner Nick Gerhart will ask the Polk County District Court for an order of liq Read More »
IOWA CITY — Few things will affect your quality of life as much as having pain when you walk.
An estimated 8 million Americans suffer from peripheral vascular disease (PVD). This condition of narrowing or blockages in the blood vesse Read More »
WASHINGTON — Europe’s food safety watchdog says the chemical BPA poses no risk to consumers of any age including unborn children.
Previous studies linked BPA to cancer, heart disease, infertility and other ailments.
That Read More »
CEDAR RAPIDS — Most adults, and especially those who have kids, have heard doctors talk about the importance of vaccines for kids.
But experts also say adults might need vaccines too.
Most people are aware of the influenza vacc Read More »
CEDAR RAPIDS — Remember the pungent chemical used in biology class that preserved the animal you dissected? According to a new study, that chemical, formaldehyde, is in e-cigarettes.
In fact, researchers say more formaldehyde is in e- Read More »
By Ivanhoe Newswire
ST. LOUIS, Mo. -- One in nine American babies is born prematurely and, the tiniest of those babies often spend weeks, or months in specialized neonatal intensive care units, or NICU’s. One of the biggest threats to Read More »
We have all heard about the benefits of Greek yogurt. This protein-packed probiotic snack has been combined with fruit and added to smoothies for years but what else could we be using this great food for? Greek yogurt’s thick and creamy tex Read More »
DUBUQUE — Some accountants are charging a tax preparation fee for anyone covered by the Affordable Care Act, which some have called Obamacare. The extra charge will apply to those who have enrolled in health insurance through the marketplac Read More »
MANNING (AP) — Veterinarians are working hard to monitor a virus that killed millions of baby pigs in the United States last year.
The Sioux City Journal reports doing so means more paperwork for veterinarians and more testing, accord Read More »
Many of you may have received a FitBit or a similar piece of technology for Christmas. It’s a small device that helps you get out of your chair and get moving during the day by setting a goal. Some devices also track distance, floors Read More »
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