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Scientists Generate 'Activity' in Dead Pig Brain   

The cells of the brain remained viable six hours later, compared with other brains not preserved using the newly developed process, the researchers reported.

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2019-04-18 07:05:39



Replace Red Meat With Plant Protein for Heart Health   

Your heart will thank you if you replace red meat with healthy plant proteins. Doing so will lower your odds for heart disease, according to a new study.

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2019-04-18 04:23:56



Gene Therapy Restores Immunity for 'Bubble Boys'   

A team of scientists say they have treated 10 "Bubble Boy' babies born with the disease called X-linked combined severe immunodeficiency, or SCID-X1, using a combination of gene therapy and chemotherapy.

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2019-04-17 20:35:56



More TV, Tablets, More Attention Issues at Age 5   

Compared with their peers who spent no more than a half-hour in front of a screen each day, 5-year-olds who logged over two hours were six times more likely to have "clinically significant" attention issues.

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2019-04-17 20:01:06



Two Lives Saved in Rare 'Paired' Liver Donation   

Living liver donation carries more risks than a living kidney donation, and it comes with a 0.3% donor risk of death and a 30% risk of complications following an adult-to-adult donation with the larger right liver lobe.

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2019-04-17 13:49:13



Recall: Some Chewy Chips Ahoy After Baking Mishap   

Only 13-ounce packages of Chewy Chips Ahoy, which are sold nationwide, are part of the recall.

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2019-04-17 12:18:42



Gulf War Legacy: Higher Risk of Birth Defects   

Rates of major birth defects were similar for children of deployed and non-deployed veterans. And there was no difference in major birth defects among children whose mothers were or weren't deployed.

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2019-04-17 10:10:21



Raw Tuna Linked to Salmonella Outbreak   

A salmonella outbreak linked to frozen, raw ground tuna from Jensen Tuna has sickened 13 people in seven states, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says.

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2019-04-17 09:38:03



C-Section Infection Risk Higher for Moms on Medicaid: Study   

Surgical site infections occurred in 0.75% of the deliveries covered by Medicaid and 0.63% of those covered by private insurance. In other words, women covered by Medicaid had a 1.4-fold higher risk, the researchers reported.

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2019-04-17 05:10:07



Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream Recall   

Certain batches of Ben & Jerry's Coconut Seven Layer Bar bulk and Ben & Jerry's Chunky Monkey pints may contain undeclared tree nuts that could put people with an allergy or severe sensitivity to tree nuts at risk for a life-threatening allergic reaction.

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2019-04-17 04:29:27



Do American Adults Drink Too Much? Study Says Yes   

Binge-drinking -- four or more drinks in a two-hour period for women and five or more for men --  is typical behavior for 7% of adults aged 35 to 44 and 10% of adults aged 45 to 54, according to the poll.

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2019-04-17 01:46:47



Your Life Span May Be Foretold in Your Heart Beats   

A gradual rise in heart rate could mean trouble ahead for your heart health.

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2019-04-16 17:21:22



Hot-Car Deaths Hit Record High in 2018   

With another hot summer approaching, the safety council has issued free online training. The course, called "Children in Hot Cars," explains how distraction and other factors can lead to death in overheated vehicles.

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2019-04-16 15:39:03



FDA Halts All Sales of Vaginal Mesh Products   

The companies will have 10 days to submit plans to withdraw these products from the market, the FDA said. Most pelvic mesh products have already been taken off the market, according to the Associated Press.

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2019-04-16 10:44:15



Many Dying Cancer Patients Try Useless Treatments   

A study of just over 100,000 patients in the United States found that the urge to undergo ultimately fruitless cancer treatment "is not a rare phenomenon."

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2019-04-16 08:33:51



Israeli Team Announces First 3D-Printed Heart Using Human Cells   

The printer-generated heart is only about a third the size of an actual human heart -- and it doesn't actually work.

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2019-04-16 08:32:50



Common Sleep Myths Endanger Public Health   

One of the top myths was the claim of some people who insist they can get by on five hours of sleep a night.

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2019-04-16 07:14:14



Common Diabetes Drug May Also Help Kidneys, Heart   

Those who took Invokana had a 30% lower risk of developing kidney failure, a 30% lower risk of dying from kidney failure or heart disease, the researchers reported.

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2019-04-16 06:08:50



A Media Avalanche is Burying Our Attention Spans   

The study feeds into an ongoing debate about the effects the electronic revolution of the past 3 decades has had on how our brains work.

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2019-04-16 01:19:33



Is a New Remedy for Body Odor on the Horizon?   

The researchers took samples of the study participants' underarm bacteria and caused small wounds in the area. Participants were asked if they detected a difference in scent between their left and right armpit and, if so, which smelled better.

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2019-04-15 19:58:02



Celebrity 'Fat-Shaming' Affects All Women: Study   

The impact of fat-shaming may be far-reaching because nearly three-quarters of Americans are overweight or obese, according to the latest information from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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2019-04-15 16:06:15



Terminally Ill in New Jersey May Soon End Lives   

Before a prescription is given, a psychiatrist or psychologist must confirm that the patient has the mental capacity to make the decision to end his or her life.

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2019-04-15 15:20:33



Cut Melon From Major Stores May Carry Salmonella   

The outbreak has so far involved 93 cases of Salmonella Carrau illness, including 23 cases so severe the patients required hospitalization, although no deaths have been reported, the FDA said in a statement.

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2019-04-15 07:35:25



'Added Sugars' Label on Foods May Save Many Lives   

Added sugars account for more than 15% of Americans' total daily calories, exceeding the recommended level of less than 10%, the researchers said in background notes.

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2019-04-15 07:15:33



Weighted Blankets: From Fad to Mainstream   

In 2018, experts estimated that a half-dozen or so companies were producing weighted blankets. By the spring of 2019, the list has grown past two dozen.

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2019-04-15 05:56:08



Don't Brand Teen Sexting as Child Porn: Experts   

A recent study of Pennsylvania high school students found that 29% were "engaged in consensual sexting."

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2019-04-15 01:48:59



CPAP Brings Longer Life for Those With Sleep Apnea   

Sleep apnea isn't just an annoyance: It's also been tied to higher risks for heart disease, heart failure and stroke.

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2019-04-15 01:35:45



Inactive Lifestyle Begins as Early as Age 7: Study   

Among children and teens, parental support for an active lifestyle helped increase activity. For teens, less time in front of the television was associated with regular activity.

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2019-04-15 01:06:24



Hospital Privacy Curtains Attract Some Scary Germs   

Drug-resistant germs from hospital patients routinely contaminate their privacy curtains, study authors wrote. They often survive and have the potential to transfer to other surfaces and patients.

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2019-04-12 16:15:55



Foul Ball: More Kids Having 'Tommy John' Surgery   

The number of teens getting UCLs rebuilt grew from fewer than a dozen a year in the early 1990s to more than 40 by 2010. By 2011, more than half of Tommy John surgeries were done on kids ages 15 to 19.

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2019-04-12 13:38:15



Just A Little More Exercise Adds Years to Life   

Increasing their activity benefited both men and women, in all age groups, and at all fitness levels, the researchers said.

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2019-04-12 08:04:11



Could Treating Gut Bacteria Help Autism Symptoms?   

All the children in the study had severe digestive issues, so once they were more comfortable perhaps they were better able to focus and learn. Healthier microorganisms in the gut also may send chemicals to the brain that help children learn and make connections.

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2019-04-12 05:45:11



Kids' ER Trips for Swallowed Objects Nearly Double   

Between 1995 and 2015, an estimated 800,000 kids under age 6 were treated after swallowing foreign objects. Coins are the main culprit, followed by jewelry, batteries and toy parts. new research has found.

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2019-04-12 02:12:45



NASA Twins Study: Body Changes Over Time in Space   

Brothers Scott and Mark Kelly were 51 in March 2015, when Scott began his fourth and longest space mission — commanding the International Space Station (ISS) for 340 days, which set an American record.

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2019-04-11 20:11:58



Many Secretly Use Alternative Meds For Cancer   

The researchers found that herbal supplements were the most common complementary and alternative therapy used by cancer patients. That's a concern, they said, because herbal products can interfere with traditional cancer treatments, reducing their effectiveness.

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2019-04-11 20:11:54



Many Misdiagnosed With MS   

"I've seen patients suffering side effects from the medication they were taking for a disease they didn't have," said study leader Dr. Marwa Kaisey. "Meanwhile, they weren't getting treatment for what they did have."

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2019-04-11 13:08:49



Measles Outbreak: What You Should Know   

More than 450 cases of measles have been reported in the U.S. so far this year, according to the CDC. Learn why these outbreaks are happening, measles signs and symptoms, and how to protect your family from this potentially deadly disease.

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2019-04-11 12:13:05



Climate Change Could Worsen Hay Fever Season   

The study is the first confirmation from health data that changes in the length and timing of spring could lead to increased allergy symptoms, experts said.

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2019-04-11 11:57:07



FDA Approves New Osteoporosis Treatment   

Evenity, an injected therapy, helps build new bone by blocking the effect of a protein called sclerostin. It's intended for use only in women at high risk off fracture.

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2019-04-11 10:33:31



CDC: Americans Are Dying From Kratom Overdoses   

Besides 91 deaths in which kratom use was at least a factor, victims in 61 other fatal drug overdoses were found to have kratom in their bloodstreams, the CDC said.

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2019-04-11 09:25:51



Blame Game on Insulin Costs Leaves Patients Behind   

During Wednesday's House subcommittee hearing on insulin price hikes, drug makers and benefits managers pointed fingers at each other for the last decade's 300% price increase, frustrating congressional representatives.

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2019-04-11 08:17:34



Science Says: Smiling Helps You Get Happy   

The researchers' conclusion: Facial expressions do have a small effect on feelings: Smiling makes people feel happier, scowling makes them feel angrier, and frowning makes them feel sadder.

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2019-04-11 07:38:14



Grief, Divorce Can Seriously Tax the Heart   

The findings do not prove that stress disorders actually triggered heart complications, experts said. But there are reasons to believe they contributed, according to Simon Bacon, author of an editorial published with the study.

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2019-04-11 05:27:33



Is Your Smartphone Making You Fat?   

Researchers believe the findings suggest a link between multitasking and obesity risk -- the connection being the part of the brain that responds to temptation.

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2019-04-11 04:58:18



Study: Chemo Drug Shortages Don't Affect Care   

Nationwide, the number of prescription drug shortages rose from 71 in 2005 to 255 in 2011. Shortages of cancer drugs more than doubled during that time.

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2019-04-11 01:28:19



Parents' Desperate Fight Vs. Teen Screen Addiction   

Because digital addiction is not an official diagnosis, families face many challenges getting help when they see concerning behavior between their teens and technology.

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2019-04-10 20:05:29



Dozens Charged in Medicare Brace Scam   

The scheme sold unneeded back, shoulder, wrist and knee braces to hundreds of thousands of seniors, using overseas calls centers to get Medicare numbers from beneficiaries, the Associated Press reported.

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2019-04-10 09:43:33



FDA: Don't Suddenly Stop Taking Your Rx Opioid   

The FDA's new warning says that stopping an opioid painkiller can cause uncontrolled pain or withdrawal symptoms. As a result, the patient may to try to get opioid pain meds from other sources. That's behavior that can be confused with "drug-seeking" for abuse rather than pain relief.

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2019-04-10 08:13:55



E. Coli Outbreak Grows to 96 Cases In 5 States   

Although no deaths have been reported, 11 people have been hospitalized because their cases have been so severe, the CDC said.

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2019-04-10 07:14:24



Study: Avoid Using Herbal Products in Pregnancy   

Most studies on herbal product use during pregnancy are not large enough, or well-designed enough, to offer good evidence about their link to pregnancy complications, researchers said.

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2019-04-10 04:22:20



CDC Clarifies Opioid Guidelines for Severe Pain   

Some insurers had cited the CDC's previous opioid guidelines and refused to pay for prescriptions for patients with cancer or sickle cell anemia, or other chronic pain conditions.

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2019-04-09 20:37:08



Study: Dietary Supplements Do Nothing for Health   

vitamins, supplements, dietary supplements, nutrition, food,

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2019-04-09 20:35:01



Doctors Urge Recall of Fisher Price Sleeper Seat   

The American Academy of Pediatrics also said parents should stop using Fisher-Price's Rock 'n Play Sleeper and stores should remove it from their shelves.

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2019-04-09 15:18:18



Raise Minimum Wage, Lower State's Suicide Rate   

If the 2% reduction in the suicide rate had been steady in all the years of the study, about 8,000 fewer suicides would have occurred, the researchers estimated.

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2019-04-09 12:56:01



U.S. Measles Cases This Year Reach 465: CDC   

The update said that Florida, Indiana, Massachusetts and Nevada had their first cases of measles this year, bringing the total number of states reporting cases to 19.

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2019-04-09 12:31:47



Marijuana Edibles: Buyers and Users Beware   

In a 2015 study, researchers evaluated 75 marijuana edibles and found only 17% accurately labeled.

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2019-04-09 10:30:06



Those Whitening Strips May Damage Your Teeth   

The study showed a loss of tooth protein with over-the-counter whitening treatments, but some experts aren't concerned.

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2019-04-09 10:24:31



Despite Switched Organs, Woman Lived to 99   

Rose Marie Bentley was an anatomical rarity. Her stomach, liver and other abdominal organs were switched in position right to left. The condition is called "situs inversus."

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2019-04-09 08:26:57



Family Doctors Suggest New Mammogram Guidelines   

Compared with yearly screening, biannual mammograms do not significantly boost the average woman's risk of death from breast cancer. And they greatly reduce the potential harms, the American Council of Physicians said.

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2019-04-09 07:08:04



New 'Cancer Vaccine' Attacks Tumors From Within   

Eight out of 11 lymphoma patients in a small, early clinical trial had partial or complete destruction of the tumor that received the initial injection, according to the researchers' report.

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2019-04-09 04:57:12



Health Emergency Declared in NYC Measles Outbreak   

Unvaccinated people living in certain ZIP codes in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, will have to get the measles vaccine, and those who do not comply will be issued violations and possibly fines.

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2019-04-09 02:51:01



Brain 'Zap' Might Rejuvenate Aging Memory   

The results show that the negative effects of aging on memory aren't necessarily permanent. "We can bring back the more superior working memory function you had when you were much younger," the lead author said.

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2019-04-08 17:19:05



Suicidal Behavior Nearly Doubles Among U.S. Kids   

Reasons for the increase, researchers said, probably include greater recognition of the problem by parents, schools and doctors and perhaps that kids are under more stress or are developing depression at higher rates.

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2019-04-08 16:52:04



For One Man, Too Much Vitamin D Was Disastrous   

The patient far exceeded recommended dosages, which led to extremely high levels of calcium in his blood. It's those high blood calcium levels that triggered his kidney damage.

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2019-04-08 15:29:13



Another Study Says HPV Shot Cuts Cervical Cancer   

The younger the age at vaccination, the more effective the vaccine, the findings showed.

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2019-04-08 12:13:18



Some Boys Are Having Sex Before 13   

Having sex before 13 is linked to increased sexual risks, such as having multiple sexual partners and sexually transmitted infections, an editorial published with the study said. It may also be linked to substance abuse, dating violence and low school achievement.

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2019-04-08 09:55:18



Does Telemed Lead to More Antibiotic Prescriptions?   

The study of children assessed for acute respiratory illness found antibiotic prescriptions were handed out in more than half of telemedicine visits, compared with 42 percent of urgent care clinic visits and 31 percent of doctor's office visits.

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2019-04-08 08:22:55



Ten Infant Deaths Linked to Fisher-Price Rock 'N Play Sleepers   

Ten infants are known to have died in the Fisher-Price Rock 'n Play sleeper since 2015, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) warns.

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2019-04-08 07:57:08



Airbnb Offers Free Housing to Some Cancer Patients   

Airbnb's Open Homes for Medical Stays program allows hosts to open their homes free of charge to people who are traveling for critical medical treatment or respite.

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2019-04-08 02:40:55



State Offers Print-Your-Own Vaccine Exemptions   

Of the more than 31,500 non-medical vaccine exemptions submitted last year, nearly 30,000 were from parents who viewed an online education video and then printed out a do-it-yourself form, Oregon Health Authority data show.

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2019-04-05 16:48:41



Longer Grass Won't Attract Ticks, Study Finds   

Leaving your lawn longer helps bees, and, it turns out, doesn't increase the risk of ticks.

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2019-04-05 11:08:02



California Hospital Warns of Measles Exposure   

The 7-year-old girl arrived at the ER with some symptoms of measles, but "not the typical textbook characteristics of measles."

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2019-04-05 10:01:40



CDC Probes Mystery E. Coli Outbreak in 5 States   

A specific food item, grocery store, or restaurant chain has not been identified as the source of infections, the CDC said.. States affected are Georgia, Kentucky, Ohio, Tennessee and Virginia.

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2019-04-05 08:03:05



Voice-Assisted Tech Can Be a Driving Hazard   

Mental distractions can last as long as 27 seconds after drivers use voice-assisted technology to dial, change music or send a text message.

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2019-04-05 05:54:51



Could 2 Drinks a Day Raise Stroke Risk?   

Researchers followed more than 500,000 people in China for a decade. Overall, it found that alcohol boosts stroke risk by about one-third for every four additional drinks a day.

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2019-04-05 05:45:42



Mick Jagger Recovering After Heart Surgery   

Jagger had a procedure called transcatheter aortic valve replacement. Doctors accessed his heart valve using a catheter that was inserted through his femoral artery, avoiding the need to open Jagger's chest.

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2019-04-05 04:15:27



Elder Abuse On the Rise in America   

Many victims knew and trusted their attackers, researchers said.

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2019-04-05 02:30:46



Brain Cells Spotted That Rule Traumatic Memories   

The newly identified "extinction neurons" suppress fearful memories when they're activated, or allow fearful memories to return unexpectedly when not activated, according to researchers.

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2019-04-05 02:17:29



Simple CPR Doubles Survival Odds   

During the 18-year study, patients receiving standard and hands-only CPR were twice as likely to survive 30 days as patients who received no CPR, according to the report published online April 1 in the journal Circulation.

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2019-04-05 02:05:06



Depression Plus HIV Can Turn Deadly   

The researchers called for more effective depression screening and integration of depression treatment into HIV primary care.

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2019-04-05 02:01:16



FDA Issues List of 'Safe' Blood Pressure Meds   

The initial 40 medicines free of nitrosamine will be added to the "safe" list, the FDA says. The list is meant for health care professionals to review as they consider treatments. "

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2019-04-05 01:54:18



Hunt's Tomato Paste Recalled for Mold Risk   

Conagra, which makes Hunt's, says those little 6-ounce cans because they may have been damaged after the canning process, allowing mold to grow.

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2019-04-05 01:08:33



Denver May OK Personal Use of 'Magic Mushrooms'   

Psilocybin mushrooms, federally illegal since 1968, have been used for centuries for spiritual and medical purposes.

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2019-04-04 09:09:23



Teens' Lack of Sleep Tied to Heart Disease Risk   

Most kids aren't getting enough sleep, and it's putting their heart health at risk, a new study says.

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2019-04-04 08:11:57



Unhealthy Diets May Be World's Biggest Killer   

The analysis pointed to some eating habits with particularly strong links to higher death rates: diets high in sodium, and those low in whole grains, fruits and vegetables, and nuts and seeds.

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2019-04-04 04:22:54



Hep C-Infected Lungs, Hearts OK for Transplant   

The new transplant policy calls for recipients to receive hepatitis C antivirals starting a few hours after leaving the operating room. This strategy could increase the number of potential organs available to patients by 20% to 25%, the lead researcher said.

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2019-04-04 03:12:23



Terminally Ill Boy Exposed to Measles   

The 7-year-old has a condition called tuberous sclerosis. His mother said doctors told her that her son was exposed to measles by an unvaccinated child who had caught the disease while overseas.

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2019-04-04 01:21:41



New Plan Limits Out-of-Pocket Costs for Insulin   

The average price of insulin rose from about $234 a month in 2012 to about $450 a month in 2016, according to the Health Cost Institute.

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2019-04-03 18:45:06



NIH Official: Polio-Like Illness on the Rise   

More than 550 Americans have been diagnosed with the mysterious, paralyzing illness called acute flaccid myelitis (AFM) this decade. More than 90 percent were children, most around 4, 5 or 6 years old.

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2019-04-03 18:38:34



Cancer Risk: Bottle of Wine Equals 5-10 Cigarettes?   

The United Kingdom study was both lambasted and praised by experts approached by Medscape Medical News.

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2019-04-03 18:10:07



Our Pets Help Ease the Aging Process, Poll Finds   

The benefits of pet ownership include helping their people enjoy life; making them feel loved; reducing their stress, and providing a sense of purpose, the new National Poll on Healthy Aging found.

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2019-04-03 13:50:24



Moisturizer With Sunscreen? Get Around Your Eyes   

If you're planning prolonged sun exposure, use sunscreen, the researchers suggest. But if you're using moisturizer, use one with SPF; any SPF is better than none but it should not be considered the equal of sunscreen.

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2019-04-03 11:40:43



Looking to Make Big Weight Changes? Start Small   

Have you resolved to lose weight? A dietitian suggests breaking your big weight loss goal into smaller, more realistic steps you can take to improve your quality of life.

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2019-04-03 10:15:45



Health Risks After Hysterectomies   

New research shows that hysterectomies can raise your odds of having other health problems later in life. So if your doctor recommends one, consider your options.

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2019-04-03 09:50:01



How Artificial Intelligence Helps in Health Care   

Artificial intelligence is here, and it's fundamentally changing medicine. Read how it has affected things like personalized care, and see what a critic has to say.

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2019-04-03 09:39:02



Americans Borrowed $88 Billion for Health Care   

In 2017, the United States spent more than $10,700 per person on health care, according to federal data, CNN reported.

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2019-04-03 09:29:22



Does Bad 'Mono' Predict Chronic Fatigue Syndrome?   

People with the most severe mononucleosis infections were more than three times as likely to meet the diagnostic criteria for chronic fatigue syndrome.

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2019-04-03 08:54:43



FDA Reports Cases of Seizures Among Young Vapers   

"While 35 cases may not seem like much compared to the total number of people using e-cigarettes, we are nonetheless concerned by these reported cases," said FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb.

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2019-04-03 04:54:55



New Pancreatic Cancer Therapies Extending Lives   

New chemotherapy regimens have given people with inoperable pancreatic cancer a fighting chance when delivered appropriately in conjunction with radiation therapy and surgery, according to a new study.

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2019-04-03 04:39:43



The Loneliness Epidemic Has Very Real Consequences   

Feeling alone ranks up there with smoking, obesity, and physical inactivity in terms of its effects on your health, an expert says.

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2019-04-03 02:59:46






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