Scottsdale, Arizona - Being aware of what’s normal for your body is an important factor in keeping yourself healthy. If a problem arises, you can decide whether to see a health care provider. However, sometimes symptoms are mild, and it’s hard to decide whether to seek medical attention.

Scottsdale, Arizona - Possibly. Doctors use the term "pica" to describe craving and chewing substances that have no nutritional value - such as ice, clay, soil or paper. Craving and chewing ice (pagophagia) is often associated with iron deficiency, with or without anemia, although the reason is unclear. At least one study indicates that ice chewing might increase alertness in people with iron deficiency anemia.

Yuma, Arizona - The medication bimatoprost - marketed under the brand name Latisse - is approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to treat inadequate eyelashes (hypotrichosis). Bimatoprost is also marketed under the brand name Lumigan, which is used in prescription eyedrops to treat glaucoma. Eyelash growth was an unexpected side effect of Lumigan, which led to the creation and marketing of Latisse.

Yuma, Arizona - The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has expanded a recent warning about an E. coli outbreak connected to romaine lettuce. E. coli infections are a type of foodborne illness that usually peak during the summer months.

Rochester, Minnesota - For the obsessively clean, beware. Those cleaning chemicals you spray all over to get your house spick-and-span may be hurting your lungs.