Type 2 Diabetes and Women: 'Mentally Tiring' Jobs May Up Risk

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Very mentally tired women were 21% more likely to develop T2D, French study finds.
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D.C. Week: Postpartum Depression Gets Its Own Drug

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Also, a novel Alzheimer's therapy deemed unready for prime time
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Aortic Stenosis: Watchful Waiting Works Only for So Long

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Study supports timely aortic valve replacement in asymptomatic patients
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Gottlieb Threatens to Pull 'Pod' E-Cigs From Market

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Departing FDA commissioner promises tobacco initiatives will move forward
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Adorable moment one-year-old deaf boy hears his mother's voice for the first time

Adorable moment one-year-old deaf boy hears his mother's voice for the first time

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Jill Hudson Gill, of Louisiana, shared a video of the moment, as her son Tucker giggled, touching his parents throats to feel the vibrations as he always had, while hearing...
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Walmart's Running Sneakers Are Almost Too Good to Be True - Starting at $25

Walmart's Running Sneakers Are Almost Too Good to Be True - Starting at $25

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If you're in market for a new pair of running sneakers , there's one retailer worth shopping: Walmart. The affordable store carries so many names you know and love for great...
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Common Drug Combo Found to Cut Skin Cancer Odds

Common Drug Combo Found to Cut Skin Cancer Odds

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A two-ointment combo used to clear crusty skin growths known as actinic keratosis also has been found to greatly reduce the odds for squamous cell carcinomas , the second most...
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Raising Children in an Increasingly Electronic World

Raising Children in an Increasingly Electronic World

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Researchers suggest guidelines for how and when parents should use electronic devices when their small children are competing for their time.
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FDA committee OKs new H3N2 component for US flu vaccine

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The FDA's Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee, or VRBPAC, voted unanimously today to approve a new H3N2 component for next season's influenza vaccines...
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Antidepressant drugs may not work when neurons are out of shape

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Elective serotonin reuptake inhibitors are the most commonly prescribed medication for major depressive disorder, yet scientists still do not understand why the treatment does...
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What Besides Opioids Can Help Post-C-Section Pain?

What Besides Opioids Can Help Post-C-Section Pain?

Pain after a C-section can be controlled effectively with ibuprofen and acetaminophen, researchers said. For those who do need opioids, a lower dose can work. Read more ...

Mailed Home Colon Cancer Tests Boost Screening

Mailed Home Colon Cancer Tests Boost Screening

Researchers believe that mailing the screening kits directly to patients, which frames participation as the default, reduced steps in the process, and made it easier for... Read more ...

Brain-cancer patients reveal the subtle 'symptoms' they ignored

Brain-cancer patients reveal the subtle 'symptoms' they ignored

A study of 39 brain-cancer sufferers by King's College London reveals just how slight the signs can be, with many dismissing their poor memory and lack of balance as part of... Read more ...

Mothers who are obese while pregnant have children with heart problems...

Mothers who are obese while pregnant have children with heart problems, study in mice says

A new study from the Washington University School of Medicine in St Louis has found that obese mic had offspring with heart problems, and these issues last for at least three... Read more ...

Market for organic products continues to expand as consumers ditch unhealthy...

Market for organic products continues to expand as consumers ditch unhealthy products

With a growing community of people who take their family's health seriously, organic sales are reaching an all-time high. “Free-from” foods are products that do not contain... Read more ...

Gait Speed and Dynamic Stability Decline Accelerates Only in Late Life: A...

Gait Speed and Dynamic Stability Decline Accelerates Only in Late Life: A Cross-sectional Study in Community-Dwelling Older Adults

Background and Purpose: Incidence of falls increases with age whereas gait speed declines. The purposes of this study were to examine (1) whether gait speed and center-of-mass... Read more ...

Factors Related to Self-rated Health in Older Adults: A Clinical Approach...

Factors Related to Self-rated Health in Older Adults: A Clinical Approach Using the International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health Model

Background and Purpose: A growing population of older adults will require health care professionals to become increasingly knowledgeable in geriatric care. Patient ratings... Read more ...

Naltrexone Implant Prevents Relapse in HIV Patients With Opioid Dependence

Naltrexone Implant Prevents Relapse in HIV Patients With Opioid Dependence

Implant form of naltrexone which releases drug gradually, improves HIV outcomes better compared to the daily oral form of naltrexone in opioid dependence. Read more ...

Reusing Cooking Oil May Up Breast Cancer Risk

Reusing Cooking Oil May Up Breast Cancer Risk

Is it safe to reuse cooking oil? Beware, reusing the same frying oil too many times may trigger genetic changes that promote the progression of late-stage breast cancer... Read more ...

Gift Cards Make Better Incentives Than Cash: Study

Gift Cards Make Better Incentives Than Cash: Study

Do you prefer cash incentives over gift cards? A new study finds that gift cards make better incentives than cash as it is connected to healthier outcomes in employee wellness... Read more ...