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Young adults with ADHD are four times more likely to develop generalized anxiety disorder sometime in their lives, researchers say
Four out of five parents say their children aren't grateful for what they have and they worry they're giving them too many material things, a new national poll finds.
Coronavirus can linger on certain surfaces in nursing homes, especially TV remotes and nurse call buttons, researchers say.
It may sound dramatic, but skin checks save lives.
While encouraging people to do routine self-exams, the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) shares some case studies that led to important discoveries.
Richard Danzer, of West Palm Beach, Fla., found a large, painful cyst on his back during a skin self-exam. Dermatologist Dr. Britt...
A return to a more normal holiday season may also mean higher stress levels, so an expert offers some coping tips.
Don't get too focused on buying the perfect presents, making the best dinner or planning the perfect party. Try to be mindful of pleasant things and moments, suggested Jennifer Wegmann, a health and wellness studies lecturer a...
Women getting vaccinated against the cancer-causing human papillomavirus (HPV) now need two or three shots, but an African clinical trial suggests a single dose is just as effective.
The finding could speed up the immunization process in developing countries with high levels of HPV-related cancers and protect many more women more quickly.<...
When it comes to helping others and your health, it might be better to give than to receive, a new study suggests.
Researchers surveyed more than 1,000 Americans between 34 and 84 about their social involvement and how much they thought they could rely on their family, friends or a spouse if they needed help.
On a key measure of heal...
A holiday visit with older relatives might be a good chance to help them remove fall risks in their home, an expert suggests.
Older adults' risk of falling may have increased during the pandemic due to declines in physical activity and mobility, along with increased isolation, a University of Michigan poll shows. Many also became more fear...
Protection can gradually fade after a second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine by Pfizer-BioNTech, which suggests that a booster shot might be necessary, researchers report.
They analyzed data from more than 80,000 adults in Israel, average age 44, who had no previous evidence of infection and who had received a PCR test at least three weeks a...
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