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27 Oct

What Is A Heart-Healthy Lifestyle?

3 Key Components To Protecting Your Heart.

26 Oct

Young Social Media Celebrities Are Pushing Junk Food On Streaming Platforms, New Study Finds.

90% of the videos reviewed promoted unhealthy foods and beverages, researchers say

23 Oct

Low Thyroid Levels In Pregnant Women May Increase The Risk of ADHD In Their Children, Study Finds.

Researchers call for careful monitoring of expectant moms with hypothyroidism.

Trial of Antibody Drug for COVID-19 Stopped for Lack of Effectivenes

Trial of Antibody Drug for COVID-19 Stopped for Lack of Effectivenes

Testing of Eli Lilly's antibody drug for hospitalized COVID-19 patients has been halted because the treatment doesn't help them recover from their infection.

Two weeks ago, enrollment in the study was paused because of a possible safety issue, the Associated Press reported. But the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectio...

  • Robin Foster and E.J. Mundell
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  • October 27, 2020
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Lockdowns Can Widen Kids' Waistlines – Here's How to Curb That

Lockdowns Can Widen Kids' Waistlines – Here's How to Curb That

Stuck at home, bored. Fiddling with their phone or playing video games. Munching on snack foods to while away the time.

School-age children gaining excess pounds could be one lasting health problem caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, with pediatricians and public health experts warning about a potentially dramatic increase in childhood ob...

  • Dennis Thompson
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  • October 27, 2020
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Diet Drinks Don't Do Your Heart Any Favors

Diet Drinks Don't Do Your Heart Any Favors

Replacing sugary drinks with diet versions may not be any healthier for the heart, a large, new study suggests.

French researchers found that people who regularly drank artificially sweetened beverages had a higher risk of heart disease and stroke, versus people who avoided those beverages. In fact, they were no less likely to develop ...

Psoriasis Meds Don't Raise Risk of Severe COVID-19: Study

Psoriasis Meds Don't Raise Risk of Severe COVID-19: Study

Researchers in the United Kingdom have reassuring news for people with psoriasis based on the first analysis of a global registry of COVID-19 patients who also have the skin disease.

Moderate-to-severe cases of psoriasis are treated with drugs that suppress the immune system. This analysis of the international PsoProtect registry found...

  • Cara Roberts Murez
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  • October 27, 2020
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Need to Pee? Scientists May Have Found the Gene for That

Need to Pee? Scientists May Have Found the Gene for That

Scientists say they have spotted the gene responsible for telling you when it's time to pee.

The gene, called PIEZO2, may help at least two different types of cells sense when the bladder is full and needs to be emptied.

"Urination is essential for our health. It's one of the primary ways our bodies dispose of waste. W...

  • Steven Reinberg
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  • October 26, 2020
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Mail-Order Prescriptions Delayed? Here's What to Do

Mail-Order Prescriptions Delayed? Here's What to Do

Your mail-order prescriptions may be taking longer to get to you, but you can take steps to get your meds on time.

Recent U.S. Senate hearings found that average delivery times for prescriptions have recently increased 18% to 32%. These delays aren't only a matter of convenience -- many drugs are temperature-sensitive and pati...

  • Steven Reinberg
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  • October 26, 2020
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