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Teens who use Juul e-cigarettes appear to be oblivious to their addictive potential, even when they already show signs of being hooked on nicotine, a... [Read More]
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There's growing evidence that the herpes virus responsible for cold sores also may cause Alzheimer's disease, a new research paper contends. [Read More]
Research suggests preeclampsia might also make women more vulnerable to a specific type of dementia. [Read More]
Big cities with a large commuting workforce tend to have longer, more grinding flu seasons, a new study suggests. [Read More]
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About 1 in every 6 U.S. adults -- roughly 23 million people aged 40 or older -- have been knocked out by a head injury,... [Read More]
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Pharmaceutical companies may be engaging in price gouging, with costs rising at double the normal rate when drugs are in limited supply, a study claims. [Read More]
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Pharmaceutical companies may be engaging in price gouging, with costs rising at double the normal rate when drugs are in limited supply, a study claims. [Read More]
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People who took recalled blood pressure drugs containing a carcinogen do not appear to have a markedly increased short-term risk of cancer, a new study... [Read More]
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No matter what your watch says, your body may be on a whole other schedule. Scientists say they've created a blood test that pinpoints your... [Read More]
New research shows weed isn't just a drug of choice for young people: more middle-aged folks even seniors are lighting up... [Read More]
New research shows pot isn't the drug of choice for just the young anymore. More middle-aged folks, and even seniors, are lighting up nowadays, researchers... [Read More]
U.S. voters' despair over poor health and premature deaths might have tipped the 2016 presidential election in Donald Trump's favor, a new analysis argues. [Read More]
The number of ADHD diagnoses among children has risen dramatically in the past two decades, going from 6 percent to 10 percent, a new report... [Read More]
A small preliminary study in England suggests changing the time people eat breakfast and dinner could help control appetite and lead to a loss of... [Read More]
A furrowed brow could be a red flag for your heart health, a new French study suggests. [Read More]
Health insurance coverage rates have held steady in the United States, despite continued commotion over the future of the Affordable Care Act. [Read More]
As I am writing this election returns are not in, however, the point of my letter is valid. Regardless of the outcome, the needs of... [Read More]
"We are in the midst of an absolute STD public health crisis in this country" as drug-resistant infections rise... [Read More]
A furrowed brow could be a red flag for your heart health, a new French study suggests. [Read More]
Everyone worries about drug abuse among children, but a hidden danger for some kids rests in prescription medicines intended to help them, a new study... [Read More]
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