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  • Flotation Therapy Making a Comeback

    Flotation Therapy Making a Comeback

    Flotation therapy -- popular in the seventies -- has been gaining a following once again. The water therapy is used to help quiet the mind and relax muscles -- and many say it also helps with sleep and even post-traumatic stress disorder.

    Flotation therapy -- popular in the seventies -- has been gaining a following once again. The water therapy is used to help quiet the mind and relax muscles -- and many say it also helps with sleep and even post-traumatic stress disorder.

  • Coffee Found to Contain Viagra-Similar Ingredient Recalled

    Coffee Found to Contain Viagra-Similar Ingredient Recalled

    A Texas-based company is voluntarily recalling coffee that contains an ingredient similar to the active drug in Viagra. The FDA says its laboratory tested the grounds, and confirmed the presence of the substance that's similar to what's found in the erectile dysfunction drug. 

    A Texas-based company is voluntarily recalling coffee that contains an ingredient similar to the active drug in Viagra. The FDA says its laboratory tested the grounds, and confirmed the presence of the substance that's similar to what's found in the erectile dysfunction drug. 

  • Stopping "Swimmer's Ear" Before It Starts

    Stopping "Swimmer's Ear" Before It Starts

    We're all familiar with the feeling of getting water in your ear that you can't get out. It can really put a damper on your time in the pool and even cause an ear infection. Despite the term "swimmer's ear," you don't have to spend time at a beach or pool to pick up the infection. Trapped water inside the ear...even from showers or baths...can cause bacteria to multiply in the ear and lead to infection. 

    We're all familiar with the feeling of getting water in your ear that you can't get out. It can really put a damper on your time in the pool and even cause an ear infection. Despite the term "swimmer's ear," you don't have to spend time at a beach or pool to pick up the infection. Trapped water inside the ear...even from showers or baths...can cause bacteria to multiply in the ear and lead to infection. 

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