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7/27/2017 5:34:57 PM

1 - Hearing Loss Rates Steady for U.S. Teens: Study
2 - Binge Drinking Rates Dropping on College Campuses
3 - Melanoma Isn't the Only Serious Skin Cancer
4 - Suspected Case of Zika Discovered in Texas
5 - Eczema Can Take a Toll on Adults
6 - More E-Cigarettes, Fewer Tobacco Smokers?
7 - Robotic Device May Help Kids With Cerebral Palsy
8 - Don't Wait to Add Lbs Before Weight-Loss Surgery
9 - Can Suicide Tries Spread Among Soldiers?
10 - Teen Suicide: “The Time for Secrecy Is Over”
11 - U.S. Scientists Report Embryo Gene Editing Success
12 - HIV Treatment Protects Uninfected Partner From the Virus
13 - $100 Sweetens the Pot for a Colonoscopy
14 - Salmonella Outbreak Linked to Papayas
15 - Sperm Counts Continue to Fall in Western Nations
16 - Huge Number of Brain Injuries in Football Players
17 - U.S. Kids Overdosing on Dietary Supplements
18 - Is Anti-Statin 'Internet Cult' Threatening Lives?
19 - Even a One-Minute Run Might Help a Woman's Bones
20 - Obese Teens Face Higher Colon Cancer Risk Later
21 - Just a Few Vaccine Refusers Could Endanger Many
22 - Boy's HIV In Remission Years After Treatment Ended
23 - Treating ADHD May Help Curb Addiction Problems
24 - Popular Brand of Baked Beans Recalled
25 - Most U.S. Men, And Many Women, Are ‘Overfat’
26 - Monthly Injection Might Revolutionize HIV Care
27 - One Stroke, More Strokes: Risk remains years later
28 - Having A Soda With That Burger Is Double Trouble
29 - 20% of Adults Have Mental Illness or Drug Problem
30 - Sharks! What They Can Teach Us About Our Health
31 - Syphilis in Babies: Old Disease Makes A Comeback
32 - Estrogen May Influence Women's Depression Risk
33 - Parents of sick U.K. boy end plan for U.S. visit
34 - ACL Surgery Often Successful Over Long Term
35 - Oxygen Therapy Revives Toddler's Brain
36 - What's Ahead for Health Care Reform in 2018?
37 - Nine Risk Factors Boost Dementia Risk: Study
38 - Sen. John McCain Diagnosed With Brain Cancer
39 - As Weight Creeps Up, So Does Risk of Heart Failure
40 - Healthy Heart in 20s, Better Brain in 40s?
41 - 'Smart' Robot Tech Could Give Stroke Rehab a Boost
42 - Oncologists Offer Ideas To Ease Cancer's Costs
43 - No Extra Risk to 'Nipple-Sparing' Cancer Surgery
44 - Early Menopause May Be Tied to Type 2 Diabetes
45 - Future of Health Care Reform in Limbo
46 - High-Dose Vitamin D May Not Curb Kids' Colds
47 - Training And Meds May Help Advanced Alzheimer's
48 - Dozens of Potential Alzheimer's Meds in the Pipeline
49 - Is 10-Year-Old Youngest Victim of Opioid Crisis?
50 - 2 More GOP Senators Defect on Health Bill Vote
1 - Hearing Loss Rates Steady for U.S. Teens: Study

Vaccine that prevents ear infections may have counterbalanced surge in headphone use, expert says

7/27/2017 2:15:12 PM

2 - Binge Drinking Rates Dropping on College Campuses

But study also shows those rates are rising for young adults who are not in school

7/27/2017 2:15:09 PM

3 - Melanoma Isn't the Only Serious Skin Cancer

Squamous cell carcinoma is far more common and also dangerous if untreated, dermatologist says

7/27/2017 10:15:17 AM

4 - Suspected Case of Zika Discovered in Texas

Suspected Case of Mosquito-Transmitted Zika in Texas

7/27/2017 10:15:14 AM

5 - Eczema Can Take a Toll on Adults

The chronic skin condition may interfere with daily life, expert says

7/27/2017 10:15:12 AM

6 - More E-Cigarettes, Fewer Tobacco Smokers?

Popularity of 'vaping' tied to increase in smoking cessation, study finds

7/26/2017 8:15:17 PM

7 - Robotic Device May Help Kids With Cerebral Palsy

Those with condition known as 'crouch gait' had better posture and balance after 15 training sessions

7/26/2017 4:15:17 PM

8 - Don't Wait to Add Lbs Before Weight-Loss Surgery

Best results seen for those with pre-op BMI of less than 40, study says

7/26/2017 2:15:20 PM

9 - Can Suicide Tries Spread Among Soldiers?

Increased risk seen within Army unit if another member had tried to take own life in previous year

7/26/2017 2:15:17 PM

10 - Teen Suicide: “The Time for Secrecy Is Over”

As growing numbers of young people take their lives, public officials and mental health experts say teachers and parents need to talk about suicide to help with prevention.

7/26/2017 10:57:42 AM

11 - U.S. Scientists Report Embryo Gene Editing Success

U.S. Scientists Report Embryo Gene Editing Success

7/26/2017 10:15:17 AM

12 - HIV Treatment Protects Uninfected Partner From the Virus

Study of gay couples duplicates findings of earlier research

7/25/2017 8:15:09 PM

13 - $100 Sweetens the Pot for a Colonoscopy

Study found those who were offered cash to get cancer screening were twice as likely to do so

7/25/2017 6:15:15 PM

14 - Salmonella Outbreak Linked to Papayas

Dozens sickened in at least 12 states; one death attributed to the outbreak.

7/25/2017 5:07:13 PM

15 - Sperm Counts Continue to Fall in Western Nations

How this might affect male fertility isn't clear, researchers say

7/25/2017 4:15:09 PM

16 - Huge Number of Brain Injuries in Football Players

Study of donated brains of deceased players found 99% had specific brain disease.

7/25/2017 2:23:42 PM

17 - U.S. Kids Overdosing on Dietary Supplements

Children under age 6 most often affected, study finds

7/25/2017 2:15:13 PM

18 - Is Anti-Statin 'Internet Cult' Threatening Lives?

Internet-fueled movement has heart experts concerned about potential consequences

7/24/2017 8:15:11 PM

19 - Even a One-Minute Run Might Help a Woman's Bones

Study suggests brief bursts of intense physical activity lowered risk for bone loss

7/24/2017 6:15:14 PM

20 - Obese Teens Face Higher Colon Cancer Risk Later

Concerns are growing about weight's impact on development of chronic disease, researchers say

7/24/2017 2:15:15 PM

21 - Just a Few Vaccine Refusers Could Endanger Many

A 5 percent drop in coverage could trigger a tripling of measles cases in young kids, study finds

7/24/2017 2:15:14 PM

22 - Boy's HIV In Remission Years After Treatment Ended

Boy's HIV In Remission Years After Treatment Ended

7/24/2017 2:15:12 PM

23 - Treating ADHD May Help Curb Addiction Problems

For people with the disorder, meds like Ritalin linked to lower rates of alcohol, drug abuse, study finds

7/24/2017 2:15:11 PM

24 - Popular Brand of Baked Beans Recalled

A popular brand of baked beans has been recalled due to concerns about problems with its can.

7/24/2017 1:00:25 PM

25 - Most U.S. Men, And Many Women, Are ‘Overfat’

Most women and a lot of kids also appear to have excessive fat, study of developed nations reports

7/24/2017 10:15:11 AM

26 - Monthly Injection Might Revolutionize HIV Care

If findings replicated, a shot every month or two could replace daily pills, scientists say

7/24/2017 10:15:09 AM

27 - One Stroke, More Strokes: Risk remains years later

Ongoing care is essential to prevent recurrence, experts say

7/24/2017 8:15:10 AM

28 - Having A Soda With That Burger Is Double Trouble

High-sugar drinks combined with protein triggers extra fat storage by body, study finds

7/21/2017 4:15:47 PM

29 - 20% of Adults Have Mental Illness or Drug Problem

New Jersey is the mentally healthiest state, report finds

7/21/2017 4:15:11 PM

30 - Sharks! What They Can Teach Us About Our Health

Scientists studying ancient predators for possible human benefit

7/21/2017 12:59:48 PM

31 - Syphilis in Babies: Old Disease Makes A Comeback

Rates of congenital syphilis are on the rise after years of decline.

7/21/2017 12:42:37 PM

32 - Estrogen May Influence Women's Depression Risk

Early menstruation, more frequent periods seem to make sad times less likely, researchers suggest

7/21/2017 10:15:22 AM

33 - Parents of sick U.K. boy end plan for U.S. visit

Trip's usefulness questioned, doctors warned boy could experience pain.

7/21/2017 10:15:19 AM

34 - ACL Surgery Often Successful Over Long Term

Even 10 years after procedure, many still playing sports, study finds

7/21/2017 10:15:10 AM

35 - Oxygen Therapy Revives Toddler's Brain

Shrunken areas of brain tissue actually re-grew after treatment, doctor says

7/20/2017 6:15:16 PM

36 - What's Ahead for Health Care Reform in 2018?

Higher premiums, fewer choices, less time could confront consumers shopping for insurance, analysts say

7/20/2017 6:15:15 PM

37 - Nine Risk Factors Boost Dementia Risk: Study

Reducing mid-life hearing loss might make the biggest difference

7/20/2017 10:15:14 AM

38 - Sen. John McCain Diagnosed With Brain Cancer

Sen. John McCain of Arizona was diagnosed with a brain tumor.

7/19/2017 10:41:11 PM

39 - As Weight Creeps Up, So Does Risk of Heart Failure

But losing a few pounds might help decrease the damage, cardiologist suggests

7/19/2017 6:15:17 PM

40 - Healthy Heart in 20s, Better Brain in 40s?

Following lifestyle recommendations in young adulthood pays off later, study says

7/19/2017 6:15:12 PM

41 - 'Smart' Robot Tech Could Give Stroke Rehab a Boost

State-of-the-art harness shows promise in early trials

7/19/2017 4:15:12 PM

42 - Oncologists Offer Ideas To Ease Cancer's Costs

New drugs routinely priced at $100,000 a year, ASCO says

7/19/2017 2:15:10 PM

43 - No Extra Risk to 'Nipple-Sparing' Cancer Surgery

Research suggests that the cosmetically superior procedure comes with no added risk

7/19/2017 2:15:08 PM

44 - Early Menopause May Be Tied to Type 2 Diabetes

When periods stop before 40, risk is 4 times greater compared to late menopause, study suggests

7/19/2017 10:15:12 AM

45 - Future of Health Care Reform in Limbo

3 Republican senators tank effort to dismantle health law without an immediate replacement

7/18/2017 6:15:19 PM

46 - High-Dose Vitamin D May Not Curb Kids' Colds

Study seems to dispel a common myth around the daily supplement, researchers say

7/18/2017 2:15:21 PM

47 - Training And Meds May Help Advanced Alzheimer's

Skills lost, such as dressing or bathing, can potentially be relearned, small study suggests

7/18/2017 2:15:14 PM

48 - Dozens of Potential Alzheimer's Meds in the Pipeline

Last new drug for the memory-robbing disease was introduced in the United States in 2003

7/18/2017 2:15:10 PM

49 - Is 10-Year-Old Youngest Victim of Opioid Crisis?

New Breast Cancer Drug Approved by FDA

7/18/2017 10:15:09 AM

50 - 2 More GOP Senators Defect on Health Bill Vote

7-year Republican effort to repeal and replace Obamacare in serious jeopardy -- at least for now

7/18/2017 2:15:33 AM

 
 

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