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10 hours agoHealth News -- Physicians urge greater focus on role of chronic inflammation in overall health -- A team of international researchers is calling on physicians to focus more on the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of severe, chronic inflammation, which they say is linked to 50 percent of deaths worldwide.
10 hours agoHealth News -- Blood test may predict pace of aging, general health -- Dec. 6 -- Imagine a blood test that could spot whether you are aging too quickly. New research suggests it's not the stuff of science fiction anymore.
10 hours agoHealth News -- Study questions beta blockers for half of heart failure patients -- Dec. 6 -- A new study found that taking beta blockers was associated with an increased risk of hospitalization for patients with a certain form of heart failure.
10 hours agoHealth News -- More than a quarter of high school students vape, CDC says -- An epidemic of vaping by American teenagers shows no signs of stopping, with 2019 data finding more than a quarter (27.5 percent) of high school students using e-cigarettes.
10 hours agoHealth News -- 3 drugs for severe epileptic seizures are equally effective, study shows -- Three drugs used to treat severe seizures in epilepsy patients are equally effective, a new study finds.
10 hours agoHealth News -- Diabetes during pregnancy raises risk of heart disease among kids -- Children whose mothers had diabetes before or during pregnancy have an increased risk of developing heart disease by age 40, according to a new study.
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10 hours agoHealth News -- Weight-loss surgery may reverse risks to heart -- A new study suggests weight-loss surgery might reverse subtle damage to your heart.
10 hours agoWorld News -- Thousands die in Japan due to overuse of antibiotics, research shows -- More than 8,000 people die annually from antibiotic-resistant bacteria in Japan.
10 hours agoHealth News -- Woman who vaped got lung disease usually associated with metalworkers -- A California woman who vaped marijuana came down with a form of pneumonia normally associated with exposure to hard metals in industrial settings, according to a new report.
10 hours agoU.S. News -- Poll: Most in U.S. still favor private healthcare, but numbers falling -- A majority of Americans still prefer private health insurance over government-run alternatives, a new Gallup survey shows -- but support for public coverage continues to rise.
10 hours agoHealth News -- Nearly 4,000 Americans per year injured while using cellphones, study finds -- An analysis published Thursday in the journal JAMA Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery estimates that as many as 4,000 Americans suffer injuries related to cellphone use annually.
10 hours agoHealth News -- Isolation, monotony change the brain, Antarctic study shows -- Dec. 5 -- After 14 months in Antarctica, explorers experienced shrinkage in critical regions of their brains, a new study reveals, offering a window on the effects of long-term isolation and monotony.
10 hours agoHealth News -- CDC: Schools aren't doing enough to teach kids about nutrition -- Nearly 90 percent of schools in the U.S. offer food education, but far fewer require it, the CDC reports. Researchers point out that food options at schools are improving, but also say healthy eating knowledge is not.
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