Can Your Diet Reduce the Effects of Air Pollution? Here's What a New Study Says
A new study suggests that following a Mediterranean diet - an eating pattern high in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, legumes, olive oils, fish and poultry - may protect...
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The FDA Is Continuing to Crack Down on Youth E-Cigarette Use
The Food and Drug Administration is ramping up its efforts to curtail youth use of e-cigarettes - and demanding answers from some of the companies that make them. The FDA on...
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I Took the First FDA-Approved Migraine Prevention Treatment. It Transformed My Life
On Thursday, the Food and Drug Administration approved the first drug designed to prevent chronic migraine headaches. Aimovig, made by Amgen and Novartis, is a monthly...
3 days ago - Time - 2 articles
The U.S. Has Approved the 1st Drug Developed to Prevent Chronic Migraines
U.S. regulators Thursday approved the first drug designed to prevent chronic migraines. The Food and Drug Administration's action clears the monthly shot Aimovig for sale. It's...
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The Best-and Worst-Ways to Remove a Tick From Your Skin
If you're feeling nervous about going outdoors this summer, you're not alone: Earlier this month, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that tick-borne...
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Hotel Pools and Hot Tubs Are Major Sources of Waterborne Illness Outbreaks, CDC Says
You may want to think twice before taking a dip on your next vacation, according to the results of a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention . Between...
4 days ago - Time - 3 articles
More Kids Are Attempting and Thinking About Suicide, According to a New Study
The number of kids hospitalized for thinking about or attempting suicide doubled in less than a decade, according to a study published Wednesday in Pediatrics . In 2008, 0.66%...
5 days ago - Time - 2 articles
Pro-Choice Groups in Iowa Filed a Lawsuit to Challenge the Nation's Most Restrictive Abortion Law
Abortion-rights groups said Tuesday that they had filed a lawsuit challenging the nation's most restrictive abortion law, an Iowa provision that bans most abortions once a...
6 days ago - Time
13 Ways Being a Night Owl Could Hurt Your Health
Are you a night owl? If you're the type of person who feels wide awake every night and tired every morning, you know how your internal circadian rhythm-also known as your...
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6 Ways to Make Your Coffee Even Healthier
Coffee lovers have happily embraced the headlines about the health perks of java : Aside from supplying a significant dose of antioxidants, a daily coffee habit may also help...
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Pregnancy Drug DES Triggers ADHD Generations Later
Pregnancy drug diethylstilbestrol was found to trigger ADHD in the grandchildren of women who used the drug during pregnancy.
Extending Nephron Development In Preterm Babies May Prevent Kidney Disease Later
Scientists identify a possible therapeutic target to extend kidney development in preterm babies that would reduce the risk of kidney failure later in life.
UNDER THE MICROSCOPE: Chris Tarrant answers our health quiz
The TV star, from Reading, walks three miles a day, watches what he eats and still enjoys sex. He's also taken statins and a blood-thinner since suffering a stroke in 2014.
New Risk-score Tool Determines COPD Patients' Risk of Hospitalization
An innovative risk score tool has been developed to effectively predicts future risk of hospitalization for COPD patients, reveals a new study.
New Local Anesthetic Did Not Reduce Use of Opioid Post Knee Replacement Surgery
Liposomal bupivacaine, a local anesthetic to manage postsurgical pain did not reduce the use of opioid or opioid-related complications in patients who received the drug during...
Eating and Sleeping at Wrong Time May Alter Blood Proteins
Eating and sleeping at the wrong time may alter blood proteins. Proteins involved in metabolism, immunity are disrupted after just one simulated night shift. Changes in protein...
Lung Cancer Screenings May Influence Smoking Cessation in High-risk Smokers
Lung cancer screenings which include smoking cessation treatment may have potential to influence smoking cessation in high-risk smokers. Fagerstrom Test for Nicotine Dependence...
Older Adults Prefer Living By Themselves
Older adults prefer to live in their homes, be it alone or with their partners, as opposed to sharing a home with relatives of other generations, finds a new study.
Increase in Local Temperature Associated With Higher Antibiotic Resistance
Increase in the local temperature can correlate to greater antibiotic resistance, finds study.
New Insights to Early Lung Transplant Failure Uncovered
New clues have been found for high rate of failure in lung transplantation. Treatments targeting inflammation may prevent such failure, says a recent study.