Double chin: Causes and how to get rid of one
Excess fat under the chin can be caused by a number of factors, including age, weight, and genetics. Learn how to reduce the appearance of a double chin.
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Air Pollution Is Still Killing People in the United States
Air pollution continues to drive premature deaths in the United States with no level of exposure leaving humans unaffected, according to new research . The study, published in...
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Americans Still Dying From Air Pollution
Long-term exposure to even the lowest levels of air pollution is associated with increased mortality, a large US study has found; racial minorities and those with low incomes...
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Many Doctors Still Not Ready for Key MACRA Program: Survey
A majority of practice leaders are not too familiar with the new Medicare payment program; a third aren't doing the minimum to avoid financial penalties. Medscape Medical News
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Guest Post by: Jennifer Hunnicutt, MS, ATC Athletic Trainer MUSC Health Sports Medicine Following sports injuries, we know the basic healthcare regime: rest, ice, elevate. We...
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Patients Hospitalized for Heart Failure Declined in US
Efforts to improve outpatient treatment and prevention measures have successfully reduced the number of heart failure patients needing hospitalization.
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This year the Black American buying power is expected to reach a whopping $1.3 trillion . With a figure like that you may ask yourself, why do most Black-owned companies seek...
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In developed countries, protozoa of the genera Cryptosporidium and Giardia are among the most common causes of waterborne diarrhoeal outbreaks.
Experts Still Trying to Make Sense of How Seizures Start and Spread
Epilepsy is a fairly common neurological disorder that affects 50 million people around the world. In the United States, it affects about 3 million people.
America's drug addiction revealed in new report
A new report reveals the extent and severity of America's drug problems. It found that marijuana is the nation's drug of choice, with 70 percent of study participants using it.
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Bye-Bye Flu Shot, Hello Patch?
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Being open to new experiences reduces your migraine risk
Researchers from Semmelweis University in Budapest found that neuroticism - a personality trait associated with nervousness and irritability - increases your migraine risk.
Aspirin reduces the risk of pre-eclampsia by up to 82%
Professor David Wright from the University of Exeter, said: 'The results show that aspirin can prevent pre-eclampsia in high-risk pregnancies. I hope that they will alter...