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Making a time-saving purchase, no matter your income level, is linked to greater life satisfaction, a new study finds. [Read More]
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Immunotherapies and targeted precision medicine offer hope and challenges for patients with glioblastoma, the type of cancer Sen. John McCain has. [Read More]
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When Samantha Golkin-Nigliazzo was diagnosed with breast cancer at age 30, she wasn't surprised. Instead, it was the results of her subsequent genetic tests that... [Read More]
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A new study sheds light on the lesser-known genetic mutations linked to breast cancer risk in women of Ashkenazi Jewish ancestry. [Read More]
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Zion Harvey, the first child to receive a double hand transplant, shows that the surgery is medically and functionally successful in children, study says. [Read More]
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Two middle-school-age brothers with dyslexia credit the latest innovations in assistive technology with helping them develop a love for reading. [Read More]
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The brains of women with bulimia respond differently to stress and food than those of women without the eating disorder, according to two MRI studies... [Read More]
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Probiotic supplements may be a growing trend among health-conscious consumers, but the tiny bacteria that have been stuffed into capsules and stacked on pharmacy shelves... [Read More]
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Adults and children with disabilities traveled by bus from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, to Washington to speak out against the Senate health care bill in its... [Read More]
Two separate studies published in June show overweight or obese children are more likely to have " frenemies " than non-overweight children. [Read More]
Lindsey Averill's definition of torment was seventh-grade gym class. [Read More]
Two separate studies published in June show������ overweight or obese children are more likely to have " frenemies " than non-overweight children. [Read More]
Young black girls in America tend to be viewed as "less innocent" than white girls, starting as early as age 5, according to a new... [Read More]
The future of flu vaccines just might come in a tiny, prickly patch. [Read More]
In a new clinical trial, about 70% of participants preferred to have a microneedle patch pressed onto their arm over a traditional shot or intranasal... [Read More]
What foods are associated with sleepiness? Experts weigh on what, and when, to eat before bedtime. [Read More]
Could your dog call 911 if there was an emergency at your home? New Technology might help make that possible. [Read More]
Too much of a good thing can usually have some downsides, and texting on your favorite smartphone is no exception. Doctors are divided, however, on... [Read More]
Too much of a good thing can usually have some downsides, and texting on your favorite smartphone is no exception. Doctors are divided, however, on... [Read More]
The Louisiana Republican arrived at the hospital last week in critical condition after being injured in the shooting that interrupted a congressional baseball practice in... [Read More]
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