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In Surprise Decision, US Approves Muscular Dystrophy Drug

U.S. health regulators approved a second drug for a debilitating form of muscular dystrophy, a surprise decision after the medication was rejected for safety concerns just four months ago.The ruling..
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Avoid Too Much Sugar if You Have the Winter Blues

New U.S. research suggests that if you suffer from depression, which can be particularly common during the darker winter months, then avoiding sugary foods could help to ease symptoms. Carried out by a..
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Exercising Safely in Cold Weather

With the temperatures dipping, it's easy to find excuses not to exercise outdoors. But if you dress properly and listen to your body, there is no reason to quit your fitness routine -- with some..
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Study Increases Controversy Over Hormone Replacement Therapy

The ongoing debate about postmenopausal hormone therapy and breast cancer risk may have turned even more muddy: A large new study suggests that two different types of hormone therapy have opposite..
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Older Pets Help Older People Stay Healthy

Japan has the fastest aging population which poses a lot of challenges for the country---including cost-effective ways to keep seniors healthy and in their own homes as long as possible. One animal..
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'Smart' Contact Lenses Might Also Monitor Eye Health

Eye doctors may someday use "smart" contact lenses to track patients' eye health, early research suggests. A team of scientists in South Korea has packed incredibly small electronic circuitry,..
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Lack of Sleep for Nurses Could Be Affecting Patients

Nurses get less sleep before their scheduled shifts compared to nonwork days, which could affect patient care, according to a new study.
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Almost Half of Prescribed Antibiotics Not Needed

When your doctor prescribes an antibiotic, there's a 43% chance it may not be needed, a new study finds.
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TV Star Reveals Her Battle Against Bipolar Disorder

Chyler Leigh has taken on some challenging roles in her career, including learning to be a surgeon as Lexie Grey on "Grey's Anatomy" and helping keep the world safe from alien threats on the TV show..
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The Airlines that Serve the Healthiest Foods are . . .

There are lots of reasons to dread flying – turbulence, long delays, uncomfortable seats – and lousy airline food is right up there. But the 2019-2020 edition of the Airline Food Study has..
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2 New Drugs May Defeat Aggressive Breast Cancer

Two experimental drugs show real promise against an aggressive, treatment-resistant form of breast cancer that's spread to other parts of the body, researchers say.
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Sleeping Too Long Raises Stroke Risk

If you're the kind of person who sleeps nine or more hours a night or takes long afternoon naps, you may want to worry about your stroke risk, a new Chinese study suggests.
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Home Is Now the Most Common Place of Death in the US

For the first time in a least a half century, home has surpassed the hospital as the leading place to die in the United States. A new analysis of death data, published in the New England Journal of..
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Suicide Risk Factors Different for Men and Women

A study conducted on health data for the entire population of Denmark has identified risk factors for suicide that can vary depending on the profile of those at risk. Suffering from a physical illness,..
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Watching TV Top Factor in Childhood Obesity

New Spanish research has found that watching television appears to be the lifestyle factor most strongly associated with the risk of children being overweight or obese. Led by the Barcelona Institute..
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Here's Why Seniors in Rural Areas Have Higher Risk of Death

American seniors living in rural areas face a higher risk of hospitalization and death, and a lack of medical specialists may be the reason why, researchers report. "People on Medicare with chronic..
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Pot Use a Heart Risk After Surgery

Heavy pot users are nearly two times more likely to have a heart attack after common types of surgeries as those who don't use the drug, a new study shows.
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Superbugs Live in Opened Beauty Products

Makeup is a daily staple for most women, but new research finds that 9 of 10 beauty products may harbor superbugs after they're opened.
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Narcissism Declines With Age

Know any folks who are just too full of themselves? Rest assured: They'll probably get over it eventually. That's because narcissism tends to decline with age, according to new research.
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10 Health Myths to Stop Believing Now

We all have ideas of what we think is good and bad for our health, but how much of what we believe is actually true?
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