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'Partridge Family' Star David Cassidy Dead at 67
Musician and actor struggled with substance abuse and had been hospitalized in Florida.
We Can Shop Black Friday Sales From Home, And We Are Here For It
I love the holidays. I love the lights, the music, the food. I love the gift-giving, and baking, and eating. (Okay, I realize food is basically on there twice. It's been quite...
Heart failure kills more Brits than top four cancers
More of us are now developing the deadly condition than getting the four commonest forms of cancer, a major study from Oxford University shows.
Diabetes drug could heart transplant organ rejection
Researchers at Queen Mary University of London successfully repurposed a diabetes drug to prevent rejection without the side effects of current immunosuppressive drugs.
4 Holiday Texts That Get It Right About Invisible Disabilities
By Linda Williams, Ph.D. | Invisible Disability Project This time of year can be especially difficult for those of us with
Sleeping on Back May Increase Risk of Stillbirth
The supine going-to-sleep position is associated with 2.3 times increased risk of stillbirth after 28 weeks of gestation period.
Sugar industry blocked research linking sucrose to cancer
The researchers at the University of California at San Francisco say that, had this paper been published in 1968, it would have led to scrutiny and even regulation of sugar by...
Self-harm has surged among teen girls, CDC data shows
Rates of teens' self-harm in the US, especially among girls, have been rising significantly in recent years, according to new data on emergency room visits from the CDC.
After 8th Child Dies, IKEA Steps Up Dresser Recall
The furniture retailer first announced the recall in 2016.
Experts warn there is a new variant to metabolic problems: Type 3c diabetes...
Misdiagnosing another form of diabetes, called type 3c diabetes or pancreatogenic diabetes, as type 2 diabetes, is making patients sicker by undergoing the wrong treatment...