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What Happened to People With Half a Brain Removed
Posted on Tuesday November 19, 2019

Is it even conceivable that a person be normal with just half a brain? A new analysis assessed brain health among six adults who had undergone a hemispherectomy as children.

New Type of Drug Might Ease Migraines
Posted on Tuesday November 19, 2019

Migraine sufferers who cannot get relief from existing medications may soon have a novel treatment option, a new trial suggests.

States Act on Vaccine Exemptions as Outbreaks Rise
Posted on Tuesday November 19, 2019

States are trying to counter anti-vaccination trends with laws to boost childhood vaccination rates and safeguard children, a new study finds.

Umbilical Cord 'Milking' Dangerous for Preemies
Posted on Tuesday November 19, 2019

Squeezing the last drops of blood from the umbilical cord has been touted to help preterm babies get more of the nutrients they need, but it may be dangerous, a new study finds.

Could Short People Have an Advantage When It Comes to A-Fib?
Posted on Tuesday November 19, 2019

New research finds that a person's risk of atrial fibrillation (a-fib) increases by about 3% for every inch over the average height of 5-foot-7.

Most Parents Struggle to Spot Depression in Teens
Posted on Tuesday November 19, 2019

The nationwide poll of 819 parents with at least one child in middle school, junior high or high school found that while one-third were confident they could detect depression in their children, two-thirds said certain things would make it difficult.

Recall: Breakstone Cottage Cheese for Plastic Bits
Posted on Tuesday November 19, 2019

The recalled cottage cheese was shipped to retailers and distributors in the United States and Latin America.

Feather Bedding Caused Man's Serious Lung Illness
Posted on Tuesday November 19, 2019

Taylor was told to remove the feather bedding from his home and prescribed steroids, which improved his condition within two days.

Stereotypes About Girls and Math Don't Add Up, Scans Show
Posted on Tuesday November 19, 2019

The study is the latest to debunk the common myth that women are less suited to work in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields due to biological shortfalls in math aptitude, the researchers said.

Trump Backs Off Flavored E-Cigarette Ban
Posted on Monday November 18, 2019

President Donald Trump, who pledged in September to ban the sale of most flavored e-cigarettes, says that he wants to study the issue before taking any action.

Studies Confirm HPV Shot Is Safe
Posted on Monday November 18, 2019

New studies included millions of doses of Gardasil 9 vaccine, the only vaccine currently used in the United States for the prevention of HPV-related cancers.

Recall: Frozen Cat Food for Salmonella Concerns
Posted on Monday November 18, 2019

GoRaw LLC, doing business as Steve’s Real Food, has recalled its 2-pound bags of frozen Quest Beef Cat Food.

Diabetes Tougher on Women's Hearts
Posted on Monday November 18, 2019

Heart disease occurs an average of 15 years earlier in people with diabetes, and is their main cause of illness and death. In women, the connection between diabetes and heart disease is particularly strong.

Study Casts Doubt on Angioplasty, Bypass for Many Heart Patients
Posted on Monday November 18, 2019

However, the results of a large and long-awaited clinical trial suggests that, in most cases, these procedures may not have provided any benefit over medications and lifestyle changes.

Cheap, Older Gout Drug Could Be a Lifesaver After Heart Attack
Posted on Monday November 18, 2019

In the new trial, colchicine reduced by as much as 34% a heart attack survivor's combined risk of either dying from heart disease or having cardiac arrest, a heart attack, a stroke or angioplasty.

Not Getting Enough Shut-Eye? You Have Plenty of Company
Posted on Friday November 15, 2019

Their analysis of data from nearly 165,000 adults nationwide showed that the number who reported difficulty falling asleep at least once a week was up 1.4% between 2013 and 2017, and those who had trouble staying asleep rose 2.7%.

Almost Half of Older Americans Fear Dementia, Try Untested Ways to Fight It
Posted on Friday November 15, 2019

In a survey, researchers found that almost half of Americans in their 50s and 60s believed they were at least "somewhat likely" to develop dementia. Yet few -- 5% -- said they had talked to their doctor about ways to lower their risk.

Juul Delivers More Nicotine Than Other E-Cigarettes: Study
Posted on Friday November 15, 2019

In the new study, researchers from Penn State University College of Medicine analyzed blood samples from six Juul users who were asked to puff on their device every 20 seconds for 10 minutes -- a total of 30 puffs.

Are Vaping Bans the Way to Go?
Posted on Friday November 15, 2019

More and more states are trying to enact some type of ban on e-cigarettes -- but are meeting resistance.

Apple Removes Vaping Apps From Store
Posted on Friday November 15, 2019

Apple said it's removed 181 vaping-related apps from its mobile App Store worldwide -- a mix of stores, social networks, news and games.


 

 

 

 

 

 

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