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Obesity in the U.S. has reached a new high with a 5 percent increase since last year, according to a report published Wednesday ranking the... [Read More]
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Obesity in the U.S. has reached a new high with a 5 percent increase since last year, according to a report published Wednesday ranking the... [Read More]
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A common skin disorder could be contributing to alarming increases in the U.S. suicide rate, according to a study published Wednesday that found people with... [Read More]
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A group of Northern Virginia residents is protesting the proposed construction of a large solar farm in their rural community, saying the project is more... [Read More]
The head of the food and nutrition research lab at Cornell University resigned Thursday after six of his studies were retracted from a scholarly medical... [Read More]
Light walking at least four hours a week could lessen the severity of a stroke later in life, according to a study published Wednesday in... [Read More]
Drugs and suicide are pushing down life expectancy in the U.S. That's according to a special report from the Centers for Disease Control and... [Read More]
A leading medical journal retracted six articles from a Cornell University researcher on Wednesday after public concern prompted editors to investigate the original claims and... [Read More]
Federal agencies are allowing California scientists to import from Canada a novel cannabis mix for experimentation to treat a common neurological disorder that affects millions... [Read More]
Federal agencies are allowing California scientists to import from Canada a novel cannabis mix for experimentation to treat a common neurological disorder that affects millions... [Read More]
More than 30 people have died and thousands have been rescued from floodwaters in the Carolinas that have isolated towns and disrupted medical services. [Read More]
"Mandatory" evacuations in coastal Virginia and the Carolinas have been underway for days in advance of Hurricane Florence, but some residents have chosen to remain... [Read More]
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser held an inaugural summit on maternal and infant health Wednesday, marking almost a year since two maternity wards in the District's... [Read More]
Two maternity wards closed last year east of the Anacostia River, complicating the lives of low-income women in need of care for high-risk pregnancies and... [Read More]
Two maternity wards closed last year east of the Anacostia River, complicating the lives of low-income women in need of care for high-risk pregnancies and... [Read More]
When John Mormando was told about his breast cancer diagnosis in March, he confided in friends about his shock. After all, less than 1 percent... [Read More]
Seven hospitals and three philanthropic foundations announced Thursday the launch of the first nonprofit pharmaceutical company, which will produce generic versions of more than a... [Read More]
Eleven people were hospitalized Wednesday after their flight from the United Arab Emirates was quarantined at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City... [Read More]
An estimated 1.4 billion people globally don't exercise enough, increasing their risk for a number of diseases including diabetes, heart attack, stroke and some cancers,... [Read More]
School officials and students are taking lifesaving measures into their own hands, arming themselves with knowledge about how to stop massive bleeding during a mass... [Read More]
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