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Physical activity on the job may be very different than leisure-time movement, new study finds.
COVID-19 patients who skip the flu shot more than double their risk of being hospitalized, new study finds.
After millions of Americans chose to travel for Thanksgiving, Dr. Anthony Fauci warned on Sunday that a "surge superimposed upon" a surge of coronavirus cases will likely follow.
As the number of coronavirus-related deaths per day rose to its highest point since April, Fauci and other public health officials stressed the importance of wear...
- Ernie Mundell and Robin Foster HealthDay Reporters
- November 30, 2020
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Later school start times for teenagers might help those who struggle with migraines, a new study suggests.
Starting school later in the morning could reduce the number of migraines each month for these students, the researchers said. The delayed start would be a nod to teens' later-to-bed, later-to-rise body clocks.
Nearly 7 in 10 Americans have lost sleep because they drank alcohol too close to bedtime, including 1 in 5 who often have this problem, a new poll shows.
In the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) survey, men were more likely to say they've lost sleep due to drinking alcohol than women (75% vs. 60%), and adults ages 35-44 (78%) are m...
Opioid overdose deaths involving more than one substance are more common among American teens and young adults than deaths caused by opioids alone, researchers report.
They also found that stimulants such as cocaine and crystal methamphetamine are the non-opioid substances most commonly involved in opioid overdose deaths in young people. ...
Women have higher survival rates after lung cancer surgery than men, according to a new study.
Previous research on sex differences in survival after lung cancer treatment has yielded conflicting results, so researchers at the Karolinska Institute in Sweden decided to study the association between gender and survival after lung cancer surg...
- Ernie Mundell HealthDay Reporter
- November 27, 2020
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Freezing their eggs or ovarian tissue before breast cancer treatment increases survivors' chances of having children after recovery, a new study finds.
Nearly 10% of breast cancer cases occur in women younger than 45 years of age, some of whom haven't yet had children, according to researchers at the Karolinska Institute in Sweden.
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