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Summer Baby, Higher Odds of Postpartum... Season of delivery and other factors may influence the risk, study finds

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Recall: Vegetable Products Sold at Major... Products were sold at Trader Joe's, Walmart, Target and more.

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Heart Disease, Stroke Cutting Black Lives Short Life span about three years less than for whites, heart association statement says

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More Evidence That Depression Shortens Lives And women have been hit even harder than men over past decades, study finds

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Kids, Don't Touch the Toys at the Doctor's Office Pediatricians' group updates infection-prevention guidelines for medical offices

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Medical Marijuana's Benefit to Kids Still Limited Helped with chemo-linked nausea, epilepsy, but no evidence for other conditions

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U.S. Opioid Painkiller Abuse May Be Leveling Off Rate plateaus as doctors are urged to recommend nondrug pain treatments

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New High-Tech Tools to Help Control Diabetes New high-tech devices may make it easier for many of the nation’s 21 million people with diabetes to control the disease.

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When Someone You Love Has Multiple Sclerosis Get tips on how on how to be a caregiver for a friend or relative who has multiple sclerosis (MS).

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Yoga + Aerobics Doubles Heart Benefits Combined, these exercises are better than either alone, study suggests

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Wind-Up Musical Toys Recalled Over Choking Hazard More than 500,000 of the toys were sold at Carter's, Target and Walmart.

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What Does Your Medical Record Say About You? Patient advocates urge transparency with medical records, but getting them isn't always easy -- or wise.

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Solving the Mystery of Chronic Fatigue Researchers want to better understand the origins of, and possible treatments for, a badly named disorders that affects millions of Americans.

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Oral Sex Plus Smoking a Cancer Danger for Men Risk of head and neck tumors tied to HPV infection jumps to 15 percent for this group, study finds

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Hep C Screen May Boost Opioid Treatment Success When people find out they have the infection, they're more likely to stay off drugs

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How Many Mutant Genes Drive Cancer? Study finds there's no precise number of DNA changes needed to spur a tumor

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Drug OD Rate Now Higher in Rural U.S. Than Cities Hardest-hit communities need targeted preventive measures, report suggests

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Can Aspirin Stop Liver Cancer in Hep B Patients? Study from Taiwan finds link between aspirin use and reduced cancer risk

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Smartphones, Screens Sabotaging Teens' Sleep Study found more adolescents getting less rest because of temptations of technology

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Pollution Tied to 9 Million Deaths Worldwide Dirty air and water aren't the only culprits, new report says

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3 Million Americans Say They Carry Handguns Daily And many keep them concealed, review finds

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State Laws Help Reduce Concussions in Youth... Study finds more students are reporting symptoms, preventing recurring injuries

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Is a Dangerous Bird Flu on the Horizon? H7N9 is still confined to China, but new research suggests potential for wider transmission

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Lying Down After an Epidural: A Smart Idea? Study found it increased chances of having a normal delivery

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Could Too Much Exercise Be Bad for Men's Hearts? Maybe, but only for white men, study suggests

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More Kids Spending Lots of Time on Screens Survey finds big jump over past 6 years in media availability, use for youngest Americans

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Does Your Dog 'Talk' to You? Study may advance what's known about canine-human communication

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1 in 5 Young Women Who Tan Indoors Get Addicted Depression and worries about appearance common in those who can't skip the tanning bed, study finds

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Self-Harm on the Rise Among Teen Girls Behavior was strongly linked to greater suicide risk, UK study found

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Even a Little Walking Can Lengthen Your Life Less than the recommended 150 minutes a week still seemed to help, study found

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FDA Approves 2nd Gene Therapy For Leukemia Yescarta fights a type of lymphoma; move is heralded as helping open 'new era' in medical care

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Skip Opioid Treatment for Migraine in the ER Non-narcotic drug far more effective in new study

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HPV Vaccine Safe for Adult Women: Study Analysis of millions of recipients finds no link to 44 different illnesses

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Avoiding Alcohol Helps the Heart Beat Better Each decade of teetotaling lowers risk of atrial fibrillation, study finds

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2 Million Americans May Have Arsenic in Well... Naturally occurring element can raise risk of cancers, other health problems

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Schizophrenia Affects Brain's Communication Path Finding may help spur new research

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Talcum Powder/Ovarian Cancer Lawsuit Award Tossed Award in Missouri case set aside upon appeal. Does not affect larger California award in similar suit.

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Newer Blood Thinners Don't Raise Bleeding Risk Risk is similar to warfarin, study reports

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Patient Prejudice Survey Results This article provides data from a WebMD/Medscape survey done in collaboration with STAT on the topic of bias in health care.

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Credentials Don’t Shield Doctors, Nurses from... A majority of health care professionals – including doctors, nurses and physician assistants -- say patients have made offensive comments to them based on their age, gender, ethnic background, race, weight, or other personal traits. The findings are from a new WebMD/Medscape survey done in collaboration with STAT news.

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Bipartisan Deal Gives Obamacare Temporary Shelter Would cover cost of subsidies to insurers for 2 years, but passage in Congress uncertain

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Farsighted Kids Have Trouble Paying Attention The often-undetected eye condition could lead to school troubles

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Company Recalling Organic Tarragon After... Spicely Organics is recalling jars of organic tarragon after routine sampling found salmonella bacteria in the leaves.

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Diabetes Pill Might Replace Injection to... Global study shows blood glucose levels dropped significantly, and low rates of low blood sugar

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Is Blood Donated by Mothers Less Safe for Men? Death rate after transfusion was highest if donor had ever been pregnant, study suggests

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Could 'AI' Become a Partner in Breast Cancer... Artificial intelligence technology predicted 97 percent of malignancies in study

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Common Exercise Therapy May Not Help Women With... AHT is widely used, but data review shows little evidence it really works

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1 in 9 American Men Infected With Oral HPV Vaccine provides protection, but number of boys getting shots remains low, researchers say

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Handgun Waiting Periods Save Lives, Study Says Time to 'cool off' may prevent some homicides and suicides

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Can Coffee Prevent MS? You may have heard drinking coffee can prevent MS. Separate the facts from the myth.

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