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Lung Cancer Differs Between Women Smokers And Non-SmokersFireworks Displays Spark Safety Concerns
Food Labeled 'Regular' Or 'Double-Sized' Impacts ConsumptionDealing With Kids' Summer Dental Surprises
Nurses' Burnout Linked To Millions Of U.S. Hospital InfectionsMedicare Savings Coming For Diabetic Supplies
Shots Found To Work Best In Treating AllergiesHeed The Heat During Summer Workouts
Doctors Working With Nurse Practitioners Improves OutcomesTick Safety Tips For Kids At Summer Camp
Three Medications For Type 2 Diabetes May Be More EffectiveCooling Treatment For Cardiac Arrest Underused In Hospitals: Study
Smokers Report More Stress, Depression, Worry, Anger, SadnessMigraine Doctors In Short Supply Across U.S.
Report: 296 Died Of West Nile Virus In The United States Last YearMelanoma May Return Years Later In Some
Darker Sunglasses Don't Provide Better Sun ProtectionAcute Migraines More Apt To Turn Chronic With Poor Treatment
If A Digit Is Amputated When Gardening Clean It, Take It To HospitalPTSD May Raise Heart Risks For Vietnam Vets
U.S. Could Save $300 Billion If Patients Took Drugs CorrectlyFish Habit May Reduce Breast Cancer Risk, Study Suggests
Travel Insurance Best For Medical Emergencies, Natural DisastersTrees May Save A Life Each Year In Big Cities
Physician Reveals The 'Hidden Agenda' Of Medical SchoolSouth Asian Men May Need More Exercise To Stay Healthy: Study
CDC: Vaccination Prevented Millions Of Flu Cases In U.S.Magnetic Brain Stimulation Might Aid Stroke Recovery: Study
Study: Hospital Interns Spend 12 Percent Of Their Time With PatientsMigraine Sufferers Face Significant Stigma, Study Finds
Raisins May Lower Food Intake, Help Prevent DiabetesC-Sections In U.S. Stable After 12-Year Rise: CDC
High-Carb Foods May Trigger Addictive Response In The Brain7 Out Of 10 Americans Take A Prescription Drug: Study
Smart Snacks In Schools: New Federal Regulations Require Healthier OptionsTwo-Pronged Anxiety Treatment Aids Older Adults
15 Percent Of U.S. Infertile Men May Have Higher Cancer RiskRural Women Less Likely To Get Preferred Breast Cancer Treatment: Study
British Doctors: Hospitals Should Stop Selling Junk FoodThink You're Stressed? Maybe You Should Have Your Heart Checked
NYC Requires Some Businesses To Provide Five Paid Sick DaysSpeed A Factor In One-Third Of Deadly Crashes Involving Teen Drivers
Vaccine Designed To Combat Type 1 Diabetes PromisingStroke Prevention Tips For Women
Gallup: 7-In-10 Oppose Limiting Sugary Drinks SizeCalcium And Vitamin D Help Hormones Help Bones
Survey: Six-In-10 U.S. Adults Take Vitamins Or SupplementsHave A Brain Injury? You May Be At Higher Risk For Stroke
Fourth Of July Is The Deadliest Day On The RoadHypertension-Driven Disease Rapidly Rising In Sub-Saharan Africa
Trainers Advise How To Prevent Sudden Death In Teen AthletesMemory Improves For Older Adults Using Computerized Brain-Fitness Program
Vietnam Vets With PTSD Have Higher Risk Of Heart DiseaseNew Research Finds Flu Shot Effective Regardless Of Circulating Flu Strain
Half Of U.S. Youth Exercise Enough, Most Don't Eat Produce'Active Surveillance' May Miss Aggressive Prostate Cancers In Black Men
Type 2 Diabetes: Losing Weight Helpful, But Not For Heart RiskVietnam Vets With PTSD More Than Twice As Likely To Have Heart Disease
Hepatitis C Testing Recommended For Baby BoomersInvolving Community Group In Depression Care Improves Coping Among Low-Income Patients, Study Finds
Study: ADHD Diagnosis, Treatment Less Likely For Minority KidsStudy Finds Dramatic Increase In Hospitalization Of US Children With Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Confusion Increases Risk Of Preventable ErrorsStudy Shows Heart Failure Survivors At Greater Risk For Cancer
High Rates Of Burnout, Depression In Anesthesiology ResidentsOverweight Causes Heart Failure -- Large Study With New Method Clarifies The Association
Too Much, Too Little Fish Increases Irregular Heartbeat RiskDeath Rates From Heart Disease Continue To Decline In Most Of The EU
U.S. Not Funding Hospital Residencies May Up Doctor ShortageVaried Quality Of CPR Among EMS, Hospitals Hurts Survival
Tobacco Taxes, Smoking Bans Set To Save Millions Of Lives: StudyGene Mutation May Have Effect On Benefit Of Aspirin Use For Colorectal Cancer
PTSD Tied To Raised Heart Disease RiskUse Of Advanced Treatment Technologies For Prostate Cancer Increases Among Men With Low-Risk Disease
Hormone Therapy, Calcium May Lower Fracture RiskHealth Systems Should Be Re-Organized To Better Help Stroke Patients
New Labels Tied To Fewer Child Poisonings By OTC MedsChildren With ADHD More Likely To Be Moderately Disabled After Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
High Rate Of Head Injuries Seen Among Canadian YouthExercise Benefits Patients With Type 2 Diabetes
Heavy Drinkers Have More Post-Surgery ProblemsVitamin D Reduces Blood Pressure And Relieves Depression In Women With Diabetes
Heart Failure Tied To Higher Cancer Risk: StudyResults Of Landmark 11-Year Study On Weight Loss's Effect On Heart Disease Risks Published Today
Type 1 Diabetes Vaccine Shows Promise In Early Study: ResearchersRural Women Less Likely To Get Radiation Therapy After Lumpectomy For Breast Cancer
Most Pricey Medicare Patient Care May Be UnpreventableStarting On 3 Drugs At Time Of Diagnosis Benefits Type 2 Diabetics
U.S. Says Drug Legalization No "Silver Bullet" Against CrimePediatric Practices Can Offer Smoking Cessation Assistance To Parents Of Their Patients
Heart Disease Deaths Show Dramatic Decline In EuropeRise In High-End Treatment For Low-Risk Prostate Cancer
Common Meds With Caffeine May Be Linked To StrokeSurgery Risks For Smokers May Dissipate After Quitting
Screen Middle-Aged Adults For Hepatitis C: PanelBlistering Heat Sears Western U.S
Night Owls May Pack On More PoundsAction Needed To Help Tobacco Users Quit Across The Globe
Obesity May Boost Migraine OddsReview: Composition Of Care Team Critical To Improved Outcomes For Nursing Home Patients
Women On Hormone Therapy May Benefit From Extra Calcium, Vitamin DHigh Costs Of Raising A Child Challenges State's Most Vulnerable Caregivers: Grandparents
New, Pricey Prostate Cancer Treatments May Be Overused: StudyBerkeley Lab Confirms Thirdhand Smoke Causes DNA Damage
FDA Allows Two New Cigarettes To Hit MarketElevated Gluten Antibodies Found In Children With Autism
Teen Drinkers, Pot Smokers At Raised Risk Of Concussion, Study SaysCritical Seconds Saved During Brain Aneurysm Procedure With Pre-Surgery Rehearsal
Many Kids Missing Out On Healthy LifestyleTotal Amount Of Exercise Important, Not Frequency, Research Shows
Cellphone 'Distracted Walking' Sending Pedestrians To The ERAmerican Chemical Society Global Program Tackles Safe Drinking Water In Colombia
ADHD May Be Tied To Longer-Lasting Head Injury, Study SaysRhode Island Hospital Reduces Incidence Of Hospital-Associated C. Difficile By 70 Percent
Many Americans Earn Low Grades For Proper Med Use: SurveyClot-Buster Trial Reveals Long-Term Benefits For Stroke Patients
Exercise Alone May Help Those With Type 2 DiabetesNew Risk Assessment Tool To Predict Stroke In Patients With Atrial Fibrillation
Are Breast-Fed Kids More Upwardly Mobile?The Link Between Circadian Rhythms And Aging
Screen All Baby Boomers For Hepatitis C, Expert Panel SaysEmergency Helicopter Airlifts Help The Seriously Injured
Focus On Health, Not Fat, In Food Talks With KidsHuge Falls In Diabetes Mortality In UK And Canada Since Mid-1990s
Blood Transfusions May Mean Fewer Strokes In Kids With Sickle Cell DiseaseDaily Iron During Pregnancy Linked To Improved Birth Weight
Minority Kids Less Likely To Be Diagnosed, Treated for ADHD: StudyIron Dosing Regimens Affect Dialysis Patients' Infection Risk
Kids' Sinusitis Might Not Need Antibiotics, New Guidelines SayThat Grocery Store Cabbage Is Alive
Chinese Warn of Possible Re-Emergence Of Bird FluForest Service Study Finds Urban Trees Removing Fine Particulate Air Pollution, Saving Lives
U.S. Unveils Tools To Help Consumers Choose Health InsuranceDietary Fructose Causes Liver Damage In Animal Model, Study Finds
Liver Disease May Raise Risk Of Heart Problems: StudyU Of M Researchers Identify Risk And Protective Factors For Youth Involved In Bullying
New Approach Needed To Cut Medicare Costs: StudyStudy Shows Probiotic Lactobacillus Reuteri NCIMB 30242 Significantly Increased Vitamin D Levels
Health Of U.S. Children Improves, But More Live In Poverty: ReportNearly 7 In 10 Americans Take Prescription Drugs, Mayo Clinic, Olmsted Medical Center Find
Fewer Minority Kids Diagnosed With ADHDExtended Primary Care Office Hours Might Help Keep Kids Out Of The Emergency Department
Scientists Warn Against Complacency On Deadly H7N9 Bird FluNew Canary Seed Is Ideal For Gluten-Free Diets In Celiac Disease
Daycare May Benefit Kids Of Depressed MothersBritish Women 50 Percent Less Likley To Receive Treatment For Common Menopausal Symptoms
Colon Cancer Screening Tied To Better OutcomesNew Insulin Pump Cuts Odds Of Overnight Hypoglycemia
Smoking In Pregnancy Tied To Teens' Hearing LossTake Safety Measures Before Letting Kids In The Pool
Does Adding Exercise To A Diet Help Heavy Kids?Vitamin D Levels Vary By Season
Prostate Terminology Bewilders Many Inner-City MenKids' ER Visits Decline If Doctor Has Evening Hours: Study
Violence Against Women Causes "Global Health Epidemic", Says WHO ReportGluten Allergy May Play Role In Gastro Woes In Kids With Autism
Two-Fifths Of U.S. Adults Care For Sick, Elderly RelativesQuicker Infant Growth Tied To Higher IQ Later
U.S. Doctors Target Sugary Drinks Bought By GovernmentPotty-Training Pitfalls And How To Avoid Them
Metabolic Syndrome Has Declined, Some Risks PersistChildren's Eye Injuries Peak in Summer, Expert Says
Prostate Cancer Treatment Tied To Hernia RiskLook Beyond The Sun For Skin Cancer Culprits, Doctors Warn
U.S. Doctor Group Votes To Recognize Obesity As A DiseaseDepression, Antidepressants Tied To Heart Disease, Diabetes Risk In Older Women
Cervical Cancer Vaccines Cut Rates Of HPV Infections: U.SThird Of Women Worldwide Experience Intimate Partner Violence
WHO Urges Tougher Food Marketing Rules To Curb Childhood ObesityGulf War Illness Linked To Brain Atrophy -- Wasting Away
Wait-And-See May Be Best For Early Prostate CancerOkinawa Diet Why Odds Of Living To 100 Are Highest In Japan
Eating More Red Meat Tied To Higher Diabetes RiskMost U.S. Young Adults Say They Need Health Insurance
Venezuela Considers Taking Bottles From Babies' MouthsPremiums Under Affordable Care Act Lower Than CBO Estimated
Surgeon Shortage Linked To Burst AppendicesStarbucks Provides Caloric Menu Board Labeling Nationwide
Baby Matters Recalls Recliner Linked To Infant Deaths: U.S. AgencyAMA Declares Obesity A Disease Needing Treatment
FDA Urges Protection Of Medical Devices From Cyber ThreatsOne-In-5 Employees Age 45-74 Must Quit Work For Caregiving
China's Bird Flu Ended With Summer Weather, But May Return In FallIodine Deficiency The Most Preventable Cause Of Brain Damage
Californians Raising Grandchildren May Not Have Enough MoneyReport: U.S. Healthcare Cost Growth Slowing Down
Norovirus Outbreak In Yellowstone Highlights Camping HazardsBaby's Weight Gain And Increased Head Size Linked To Higher IQ
Nursing Home Patient's Own Physician Plus Pharmacist Ups CareHigh Air Pollution Areas Linked To Double The Risk Of Autism
Aging/Disease May Be Stemmed By Better SleepLuncheon Meat, Hamburger, Steak, Pork Increase Diabetes Risk
The Issue: Is Obesity A Disease Or A Lifestyle Choice?Sibling Bullying Affects Mental Health Of Victim
Cooling Treatment Rarely Used For Cardiac Patients In U.S. HospitalsObesity In Teens Linked To Hearing Loss
'Tiger Parenting' Linked To Depression, Poor Social SkillsExisting Medications May Help Treat Alzheimer's
U.S. Heat-Related Deaths Are On The RiseU.S. Producing 'Abysmally Low' Number Of Primary Care Doctors
Colonoscopy Procedures Improve When Doctors Given Report CardsDoctors Dump Health Insurance Plans, Charge Patients Less
Gallup: U.S. Obesity Rate Slightly Higher From Last YearStress Experienced By Men Alters Sperm And Affects Children
7-In-10 U.S. Adults Take At Least One PrescriptionStudy: Too Much Sugar Can Lead To Heart Failure
Rates Of Infection In Intensive Care Units In England Show Impressive FallCDC: U.S. Doctors Should Report Any Suspect SARS-Like Illness
Low-Income Uninsured Adults Less Likely To Have Chronic Conditions Compared With Medicaid EnrolleesNYC Cap On Soda Size Affects The Overweight, Not Poor
Getting To Grips With MigraineBritish Group Drops Advice To Eat Oily Fish After Heart Attack
Risk Factors Affect The Incidence Of Childhood Pneumonia In Modern Urban Apartment?E-Cigarettes To Be Classified As 'Medicines' In The UK For Regulation Purposes
Potentially Life-Saving Cooling Treatment Rarely Used For In-Hospital Cardiac ArrestsFood Advocates Downgrade Splenda From 'Safe' To 'Caution'
Americans' Vitamin D Levels Are Highest In August, Lowest In February, Study ShowsGirls With Higher Levels Of BPA More Likely To Be Obese
Cocoa May Help Protect Against Inflammation, DiabetesHigh-Fat Diet During Pregnancy Contributes To Offspring's Increased Weight
CDC: 1-In-12 Asian-Americans, Pacific Islanders Have Hepatitis BVitamin D Supplementation May Delay Precocious Puberty In Girls
15-Minute Walk After Each Meal May Reduce Type 2 Diabetes RiskEating More Red Meat Associated With Increased Risk Of Type 2 Diabetes
Almost 5,700 In NYC Died Of Diabetes-Related Causes In 2011Elderly Benefit From Using Implantable Defibrillators
Survey: 37% Of Women Walk Home Barefoot Because Of High HeelsExposure To BPA In Developing Prostate Increases Risk Of Later Cancer
Iron Supplements May Prevent Anemia During PregnancyAverage UK Salt Content Of Packaged Bread Has Fallen 20 Percent In A Decade
Helicopter Ambulances May Boost Survival RatesStudy Finds Racial And Ethnic Disparities In Usage Of Specialty Services For Children With Autism
1 In 3 Women Worldwide Suffers Abuse From Partner: ReviewSibling Aggression, Often Dismissed, Linked To Poor Mental Health
Iron Dosing Tricky For Dialysis Patients: StudyDiabetics Who Use Meters To Monitor Their Glucose Have Better Control Over Disease
Fetal Exposure To Tobacco Smoke Tied To Hearing Loss In TeensMobile Health Devices Can Improve Health Care Access In Developing Countries, Remote Regions
Scientists Explore How Aspirin May Guard Against CancerSanford-Burnham Researchers Develop New Drug That Reverses Loss Of Brain Connections In Alzheimer's
Timing Is Everything When Eating Fruits, VegetablesInsulin Resistance Linked To Weaker Bones
Obesity Linked To Greater Risk Of Hearing Loss In TeensSkipping Breakfast May Make Obese Women Insulin Resistant
Antioxidant Shows Promise In Parkinson's DiseaseFather's Diet Before Conception Affects Offspring's Body Fat In Mice
Maturitas Publishes 2013 Update On Diagnosis And Management Of OsteoporosisShort-Term Antidepressant Use, Stress, High-Fat Diet Linked To Long-Term Weight Gain
Distracted Walking: Injuries Soar For Pedestrians On PhonesAdolescents' High-Fat Diet Impairs Memory And Learning
Higher Strength Statins Do Not Increase Risk Of Kidney InjuryImpaired Heart Function Among Obese Children May Help Predict Later Disease
Bullying And Suicide Among Youth Is A Public Health ProblemWeight Loss Drug Added To Diet And Exercise Improves Blood Sugar Control
Laughing Gas Does Not Increase Heart AttacksExcessive Salt Consumption Appears To Be Bad For Your Bones
New Technology Reduces, Controls CT Radiation Exposure In ChildrenDietary Supplement Linked To Increased Muscle Mass In The Elderly
1 In 4 Stroke Patients Suffer PTSDBeing Overweight Linked To Excess Stress Hormones After Eating
Timely Treatment After Stroke Is Crucial, UCLA Researchers ReportWeight Loss Improves Memory And Alters Brain Activity In Overweight Women
Early-Life Air Pollution Linked With Childhood Asthma In Minorities, In StudyToo Little Sleep May Trigger The 'Munchies' By Raising Levels Of An Appetite-Controlling Molecule
Atherosclerosis In Abdominal Aorta May Predict Adverse Cardiovascular Events, UTSW Scientists ReportDrugs Used To Treat Heart Failure And High Blood Pressure May Help Decrease Obesity
Parenting And Home Environment Influence Children's Exercise And Eating HabitsSteroid Hormone May Be Indicator Of Infant Distress
Beliefs About Causes Of Obesity May Impact Weight, Eating BehaviorOsteoporosis Drug May Help Treat Advanced Hormone-Sensitive Breast Cancer
Iodine In Bread Not Enough For Pregnant WomenVitamin D Deficiency May Raise Allergy And Asthma Risk In Obese Children, Teens
Storytelling Program Helps Change Medical Students' Perspectives On DementiaSugar Overload Can Damage Heart According To UTHealth Research
Why Is It Easier To Lose 2-4 Pounds Rather Than 3 Pounds?Why Are There So Many Youth Baseball-Throwing Injuries?
Whooping Cough Has Lifelong Health Impact, Study FindsOlder Patients Will Make Lifestyle Changes To Avoid Fractures, Study Finds
Insulin Degludec Lowers Risk Of Recurrent Low Blood Sugar Or Has Similar Risk To Insulin GlargineMedications To Prevent Clots Not Reaching Some Patients
New Risk Score Could Lead To Earlier Prevention Of Type 2 Diabetes In African Americans2013 ESH/ESC Guidelines For The Management Of Arterial Hypertension
Timing Of Calcium And Vitamin D Supplementation May Affect How Bone Adapts To ExerciseHigh Prevalence Of NSAID Prescription In Those At Risk Of Heart Attack/Death In Primary Care
Hospital, Doctor Shopping Isn't Easy For Patients Looking To Compare Prices Of Health Care ServicesOverweight And Obese Patients Less Likely To Achieve Remission In Early RA
Study Finds Need For Improvement On State Health Care Price WebsitesNovel Biomarkers Improve Diagnosis In Rheumatoid Arthritis
Earlier Treatment Following Stroke Linked With Reduced Risk Of In-Hospital DeathStress Test And Brain Scans Pinpoint 2 Distinct Forms Of Gulf War Illness
Exposure To High Pollution Levels During Pregnancy May Increase Risk Of Having Child With AutismLots Of Americans Want Health Care Via Their Smartphone
Getting Enough Sleep Could Help Prevent Type 2 DiabetesPolluted Air Linked To Autism Risk
Twice Weekly Iron Supplementation To Pregnant Women As Effective As A Daily RegimeRheumatoid Arthritis Treatment May Not Work As Well For Heavier Patients
Concussion Patients Show Alzheimer's-Like Brain AbnormalitiesConcussion Damage Looks Much Like Early Alzheimer's: Study
Can New FDA Graphic Warning Labels For Tobacco Pass A First Amendment Legal Challenge?Scans Uncover Dangerous Hardening Of Abdominal Aorta
Smoking And Neurosurgical OutcomesRed Meat Linked To Increased Diabetes Risk
Aspirin May Fight Cancer By Slowing DNA DamageStatins Plus Certain Antibiotics May Set Off Toxic Reaction: Study
IQ Link To Baby's Weight Gain In First MonthSaturated Fat May Make the Brain Vulnerable To Alzheimer's
Poor Eating Behaviors May Put Preschoolers At Risk For Later Health ProblemsMany Young Americans Unaware They're Infected With HIV
New Compound Excels At Killing Persistent And Drug-Resistant TuberculosisJunk Food Ads May Help Drive Obesity In Hispanic Kids, Study Suggests
Community-Based Programs May Help Prevent Childhood ObesityHealth, Not Age, Affects Benefits Of Implanted Heart Device: Study
Obesity Associated With Hearing Loss In AdolescentsTobacco Laws For Minors May Cut Adult Smoking As Well
Mayo Clinic: Rotavirus Vaccine Given To Newborns In Africa Is EffectiveMinority Kids With Autism Less Likely To Use Specialty Services: Study
Observation Is Safe, Cost-Saving In Low-Risk Prostate CancerMother's Age Tied To Risk Of Delivery Complications
Rare Genomic Mutations Found In 10 Families With Early-Onset, Familial Alzheimer's DiseaseFDA Urges Protection Of Medical Devices From Cyber Threats
New Alternative To Surgery Lets Doctors Remove Suspicious Polyps, Keep Colon IntactAir Pollution Can Trigger Heart Arrhythmias: Study
Obesity Leads To Brain Inflammation, And Low Testosterone Makes It WorseFactbox: Big Tobacco Companies Bet On E-Cigarettes
Teaching And Safety-Net Hospitals Show Variations In Quality And Outcomes Of CareDrugmakers To Cooperate In Safety Review Of Diabetes Drugs
Artificial Sweetener A Potential Treatment For Parkinson's DiseaseAt-Home Weight Loss Programs For Kids Lack Evidence
Whooping Cough Can Be Deadly For Infants, But 61 Percent Of Adults Don’t Know Their Vaccine StatusMen's Restless Legs Tied To Earlier Death: Study
Blocking Overactive Receptor In Alzheimer’s Recovers Memory Loss And MoreSoda Ban Would Target Heavy Youth, Not Poor: Study
Testosterone Therapy May Help Improve Pain In Men With Low TestosteroneBritain To Regulate E-Cigarettes As Medicine From 2016
Testosterone Improves Verbal Learning And Memory In Postmenopausal WomenNew York City Lawyers Argue To Bring Back Soda Ban
Chemical In Antibacterial Soap Fed To Nursing Rats Harms OffspringMom's Obesity Tied To Higher Risk Of Preemies
Program Helped Limit Antibiotic Misuse In KidsBrain Function Deteriorates In Neglected Or Abused Children
Fewer CT Scans For Kids, But Some Still UnnecessaryMost Women Suffering Intimate Partner Abuse Don't Get Therapy
South Koreans, Argentines Most Satisfied With Healthcare, Poll FindsReplacing Some Carbs With Vegetable Fat Lowers Death Rate
Research Needed On Child Abuse Prevention: PanelFish Body Oil Supplements May Reduce Heart Stress
Medicare Prescribes More Brand Name Drugs Than VAStudy: 40 Percent Of Designated Drivers Drink
Vegetable Fats Tied To Less Prostate Cancer SpreadNon-Invasive Blood Test Can Detect Down's Syndrome
MERS Coronavirus Has Potential To Cause Pandemic: WHOLess Than 6 Hours Of Sleep Ups A Woman's Heart Attack Risk
Kids' Repeat Concussions May Mean Longer RecoveryIncreased Iron Levels Linked To Parkinson's Disease
Plant-Based Diets Take Root In U.S. Among Athletes, ExercisersExercise -- Just A Walk -- Can Help Teens Quit Smoking
Crash Diet Tied To Increased Gallstone RiskStudy: Influenza Not Spread Via Public Transportation
Drugs Kept In Ambulances Can Be Unusable In WeeksFlu Shots At School Boost Vaccination Rates, Study Finds
EU To Pledge 3.5 Billion Euros To Fight MalnutritionClumsiness In Some Elderly Tied To Brain Changes
Malnutrition Condemns Millions To Stunted Lives: UNICEFDesignated Drivers Often Drink Themselves, Study Finds
World Bank Says Poor Nations To Boost Spending On NutritionKids With Past Concussions Take Longer To Recover
New Vaccine Drives Africa Meningitis Cases To Lowest In DecadeNerve Stimulation Might Ease Fibromyalgia Pain
Doctors In Ontario Use Emergency CT Less Than In U.SAnnual Dental Cleaning May Be Enough For Some: Study
Strength Tests May Not Predict Football InjuriesHealthy Grilling Tips For Summer Barbecues
Common Solvent Linked To Liver Cancer RiskPrevent Listeria Infection This Summer
Few Access Internet Help For Colonoscopy PrepSummer Camp Health Tips For Parents
Elderly More Likely To Wait In French ERs: StudyDrowning Prevention Measures To Keep Kids Safe In Water
Skipping Shots At Sick Visits Tied To Vaccine DelaysExperts Dispel Common Melanoma Myths
Analysis: New Cancer Breakthroughs Add Pressure To Control CostsSleeping On Back To Prevent SIDS Doesn't Appear To Hurt Babies' Ability To Roll
Docs Have Trouble Meeting Electronic Record GoalsPent-Up Stress Could Harm Health Of Middle-Aged Women
Statins Linked To Muscle Pain, SprainsConsistent Bedtime Helps People Stick With Sleep Apnea Treatment
More Men Treated For Low T, Some Without EvidenceEven Mild Weight Loss May Lower Diabetes Risk In Obese Teens
Group Of Strong Antibiotics Linked To Kidney InjuryDoctors Should Steer Conversation To Older Drivers: Study
Obama Urges Greater Openness In Dealing With Mental IllnessWhat To Do When Lightning Strikes
U.S. House Approves Bill On Prescription Drug Tracking3 Out Of 20 Scopes Used To Examine GI Tracts And Colons Improperly Cleaned
Daily Sunscreen May Prevent Skin AgingResearchers Find Diminished Balance In Those With Poor Vision
Vegetarian Diet Tied To Fewer Deaths Over TimeRecommended The Use Of More Potent Antithrombotic Drugs In High-Risk Heart Attack Patients
New Drugs Trail Many Old Ones In Effectiveness Against DiseaseSteroid Injection Therapy May Increase Risk Of Spinal Fracture
'Healthier' Chocolates Gives U.S. Cocoa Demand A Shot In The ArmHerpes Virus Exploits Immune Response To Bolster Infection
Vaccine Exemptions Rising, Tied To Whooping CoughAccess To Health Care Among Thailand's Poor Reduces Infant Mortality
Vinegar Screening Helps Cut Cervical Cancer Deaths In India: StudyEligibility For Aspirin For Primary Prevention In Men Increases When Cancer Mortality Benefit Added
Longer Tamoxifen Use Reduces Breast Cancer RecurrenceBuckle Up The Right Way: Motor Vehicle Child Safety Restraints
Which Women Might Benefit From Drugs To Prevent Breast Cancer?Vitamin D Deficiency May Help Spread Of Hepatitis B Throughout Liver
Tobacco Ads Spark Teen Smoking, Study FindsReadily-Available Drugs May Reduce Devastating Symptoms Of Tay-Sachs Disease: Study
Restless Legs Syndrome Tied To Earlier Death RiskRapid Change In China Brings Significant Improvements In Health
Scientists Find New Clues To Early Onset Alzheimer'sMinor Changes In Cardiovascular Health Reduce Chances Of Stroke
Even 'Hands-Free' Devices Unsafe While Driving: ReportConflict-Of-Interest Restrictions Needed To Ensure Strong FDA Review
Short Strolls After Meals May Lower Diabetes RiskParents With Heavy TV Viewing More Likely To Feed Children Junk Food
Iodine Supplements May Be Too Much Of A Good ThingNew Study Shows Most Youth Football Player Concussions Occur During Games, Not Practice
Pesticide Exposure Linked To Changes In Fetal Movement: StudyMore Fresh Air In Classrooms Means Fewer Absences
Grueling X-Country Ski Race May Affect Heart RhythmNJIT Researcher Shows Data Mining EMRs Can Detect Bad Drug Reactions
Soda Size Limits Could Aid Fight Against Obesity, Experts SaySchool-Located Vaccination Programs Could Reduce Flu Cases And Deaths Among Children
Standard Rheumatoid Arthritis Therapy As Good As Costlier Newcomer: StudyHigher State Health Spending Positively Correlates To Higher Obesity Rates, MU Study Finds
Only 5 Percent Of Restroom Patrons Wash Hands Properly, Study FindsNearly One-Third Of Children with Autism Also Have ADHD
Heading Soccer Balls Tied To Damaging Brain ChangesFormula-Feeding Linked To Metabolic Stress And Increased Risk Of Later Disease
More Evidence Shows Breast-Feeding Helps Babies' BrainsNew Research Shows Cheese May Prevent Cavities
Tweaking Dietary Fat Mix Might Boost Prostate Cancer SurvivalObese Mums May Pass Health Risks On To Grandchildren
Low Blood Sugar May Raise Dementia Risk in Diabetics: StudySleep Study Finds Important Gender Differences Among Heart Patients
Study: Low Blood Pressure May Weaken Brains Of Some Heart PatientsNutrition During First 1,000 Days Of Life Crucial For Childhood And Economic Development
Cutting Unneeded CT Scans In Kids Could Lower Future Cancer RiskDoctors Should Screen For Frailty To Prevent Deaths
Junk Food Bans Help Schoolkids Avoid Unhealthy Snacks: StudyBig Multiple Sclerosis Breakthrough
Too Little Known On How Primary Care Docs Can Prevent Child AbuseRapid, Irregular Heartbeat May Be Linked To Problems With Memory And Thinking
Hurricane Readiness Tips For Pregnant WomenBladder Cancer Recurrence And Mortality Could Decline With Better Treatment Compliance
Heading A Soccer Ball Over Many Years Can Cause Brain InjuryStudy Finds Taking Probiotics Has Benefits For Patients In Hospitals
Super Glue Credited In Helping Save Baby's LifeOlder Adult Clumsiness Linked To Brain Changes
Study: 95 Percent Of People Don't Wash Their Hands CorrectlyAAOS Releases Revised Clinical Practice Guideline For Osteoarthritis Of The Knee
WHO: Unexplained Cases Of Pneumonia Could Be MERS-CoVHeart Health Matters To Your Brain
Obese Patients Trust Diet Advice From Overweight Physicians More Than Normal-Weight PhysiciansStudy: Sunscreen Prevents Skin Cancer And Slows Aging
CWRU Researchers Find Half Of Those Diagnosed With PTSD Also Suffer From DepressionA Simple Cardboard Box Helped Finland Reduce Infant Mortality
A Reduction In BMI Improves Insulin Sensitivity In Obese TeensElderly, Pregnant Women, Babies Most At Risk Of Listeria
Anesthetic For Depression? Mayo Clinic Study Finds Low-Dose Ketamine EffectiveOral Cancer Linked To Alcohol, Smoking And HPV
PROSPER Prevention Programs Dramatically Cut Substance Abuse Among TeensExercise May Help Those With Fibromyalgia
Rates Of Emergency Bowel Surgery Vary Wildly From State To StateOlder Parents Taking More Drugs Linked To More Child Poisoning
New Study Explains Cognitive Ability Differences Among The ElderlyFour Lifestyle Changes Reduce Risk Of Death By 80 Percent
Secondhand Smoke Causes Longer Hospitalization In Infants With Respiratory InfectionsNew York State Toughens Penalty For Texting-While-Driving
Research On Household Air Pollution Must Be A Global Health PriorityVinegar Test Could Reduce Cancer Deaths
Serum Iron Levels May Be Causally Associated With Parkinson's Disease RiskFDA Mulls Lifting Tight Safety Limits On Diabetes Drug Avandia
Drug Companies' Patent-Extending Strategies Substantially Increase Health Care CostsFootball Concussion Risk Highest During Games, Not Practice: Study
Despite Living Closer To Better Hospitals, Black Patients Still Go To Lower-Quality Hospitals For Surgery'Sensory-Focused' Autism Therapy Shows Early Promise
Blood Vessels In The Eye Linked With IQ, Cognitive FunctionIrregular Heartbeat May Speed Memory Loss In Seniors
Smoking, Sugar, Spirits And 'Sin' Taxes: Higher Price Would Help Health, Mayo Clinic Doctors SayNew Kind Of Therapy Shows Early Promise In MS Patients
PET Finds Increased Cognitive Reserve Levels In Highly Educated Pre-Alzheimer’s Patients49 Now Sickened In Hepatitis A Outbreak Tied To Frozen Berry Mix
More TV Time Equals Higher Consumption Of Sweetened Beverages Among ChildrenMen Face Higher Risk Of Infections Related To Health Care
Middle-Aged Women Commonly Become Ill With Stress4 Billion People Worldwide Have Untreated Cavities: Study
Emergency C-Section Rates Are Climbing, As Is The Need For Accompanying Emergency AnesthesiaRecession Forced Cutbacks In Care For Special Needs Kids: Study
Patients With Type 2 Diabetes Or Hypertension Must Be Evaluated For Sleep ApneaAlzheimer's Drugs May Benefit Heart, Study Finds
Study: Companies Pay Almost $6,000 Extra Per Year For Each Employee Who SmokesCancer Patients Often Shy Away From Talking About Costs
'Back To Sleep' Does Not Affect Baby's Ability To RollFewer Families Struggling To Pay Medical Bills: CDC
Clinicians Often Wait For 'Red Flags' Before Discussing Elderly DrivingSmokers Cost Employers Thousands More Than Nonsmokers
Cancer Drug Shortages Hit 83 Percent Of US OncologistsWeather Doesn't Trigger Fibromyalgia Symptoms, Study Finds
Use Of Flaxseed Supplementation In The Management Of High Cholesterol Levels In ChildrenCan You Skip Antibiotics For Urinary Tract Infection?
Early Life Risk Factors And Racial/Ethnic Disparities In Childhood ObesityDaily Sunscreen Helps Middle-Aged Skin Stay Young: Study
Vegetarian Diets Associated With Lower Risk Of DeathObama Calls For National Debate On Mental Health
Musculoskeletal Conditions, Injuries May Be Associated With Statin UseVegetarians May Live Longer
New Kind Of Antibiotic May Be More Effective At Fighting Tuberculosis, Anthrax, And Other DiseasesCholesterol Drugs Linked To Muscle, Joint Problems: Study
Evidence Mounts That 4 Lifestyle Changes Will Protect Heart, Reduce Your Risk Of DeathFine-Tuning Breast Cancer Treatments: What Works Better?
USC Report: Law Dramatically Reduced Hospital Prices For The UninsuredSkipping Meds May Raise Odds Of ER Visits For Certain Medicare Patients
Expanding Medicaid Is Best Financial Option For States, Study FindsU.S. Cancer Patients Suffering From Drug Shortages
Risk Of Kidney Disease Doubled With Use Of Fluoroquinolone AntibioticsWhooping Cough Cases Rise As Parents Opt Out Of Vaccine
Study Suggests That Night Work May Impair Glucose ToleranceNew Drug May Help Fight Certain Advanced Lung Cancers
Study Links Workplace Daylight Exposure To Sleep, Activity And Quality Of LifeTargeted Therapy Sorafenib Shows Success In Advanced Differentiated Thyroid Cancer Patients
US Oncologists Report High Career Satisfaction, Yet Many Suffer Symptoms Of BurnoutCombination Of Drugs Produces Dramatic Tumor Responses In Advanced Melanoma Patients
ATS Publishes Clinical Practice Guidelines On Sleep Apnea And DrivingNew Drug Improves Progression-Free Survival, Shrinks Tumors In Rare Cancer For First Time
Targeted Therapy Boosts Lung Cancer OutcomesAt Least 1-In-3 U.S. Smokers Will Die From The Habit
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