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JCL's Miracles: Broken Leg Saves Patient from Paralysis

It’s not everyone who sees a badly broken leg as a gift from God. Especially not when it was shattered by an oversized pickup truck driven by a drunk driver who ran a stop sign, T-boned your car and bulldozed you into a ravine.

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Nothing to Sneeze At

Director of Mayo Executive Health Program, Michael A. Covalciuc, M.D., M.P.H., discusses allergic rhinitis.

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Football Season Leads to High Injury Rates

Football is more than just fun and games. While young fans admire their favorite football athletes on ESPN, the full-contact plays are also causing an astounding increase of unique injuries across the nation.

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Ask the Expert: Child Athlete Nutrition

Q: My 10-year-old son has been playing competitive soccer for two teams this year. Are there particular foods he should be eating to help him with his nutrition needs?

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New Technology Saves Patients’ Lives

Not surprisingly, Anthem resident Tom Francis has no memory of the day he died. He has no memory of the Anthem neighbors who saw him fall from his mountain bike and called 911, or of his resuscitation by Daisy Mountain firefighters.


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