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Health News - Binge-eating disorder can persist for years - Prior studies have suggested that binge eating disorder may not last long, but a more rigorous look at the illness finds that just isn't so.

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Health News -- Most young breast cancer survivors can go on to have babies -- About 73% of breast cancer survivors attempting to conceive achieved a pregnancy and 65% had a live birth, researchers report.

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Health News -- New research moves closer to male birth control pill -- For decades, the responsibility for birth control has fallen largely on women, but new research suggests a birth control pill for men might one day become a reality.

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U.S. News -- Gov. Gavin Newsom signs bill allowing Arizona abortion providers to work in California -- Gov. Gavin Newsom signed into law Thursday legislation permitting Arizona abortion providers to temporarily offer their services to Arizonas in neighboring California.

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Health News -- Panel recommends blood test to detect colon cancer for FDA approval -- A panel of U.S. Food and Drug Administration advisers on Thursday recommended approval for a new blood test to detect colon and rectal cancer despite concerns over the test's accuracy.

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U.S. News -- CDC warns of salmonella outbreak from backyard poultry farms -- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Thursday warned of a salmonella outbreak linked to contact with backyard poultry.

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U.S. News -- Louisiana Senate passes bill to reclassify abortion pills as controlled substances -- The Louisiana Senate on Thursday passed a bill that classifies two drugs used in medication abortions as controlled substances, creating a new hurdle for the most common method of abortion in the United States.

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Health News -- Stroke rates rising sharply among people younger than 65 -- The rate at which Americans under the age of 65 suffered a stroke rose by about 15% between 2011 and 2022, new government data shows.

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Health News -- 7.1 million American kids have been diagnosed with ADHD -- About 1 in 9 American children has ever received an ADHD diagnosis, slightly more than the number of kids currently being treated for the disorder, a new study shows.

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Health News -- Ultra-processed foods may raise risk of stroke, dementia -- Ultra-processed foods are bad for more than your waistline: New research shows they seem to raise the risk of stroke and dementia-related memory or thinking problems.

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Health News -- Foundation offers tips for traveling with people with Alzheimer's -- Experts are expecting this Memorial Day weekend to be the busiest yet, with nearly 44 million Americans projected to travel between Thursday and Monday.

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Health News -- Sales of vaping products to kids is common on TikTok -- TikTok is full of fun memes, pranks, dances and challenges -- and illicit vaping product sales targeting teenagers, a new study reports.

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Health News -- Buildup of fentanyl residue on shared pipes is overdose risk -- Smoking has now replaced injections as the most common way of ingesting illicit fentanyl. That switch has created a potentially deadly new danger as fentanyl residues slowly build up in shared equipment used to smoke.

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Health News -- Use of GLP-1 weight-loss drugs soars among teens, young adults -- The number of American teens and young adults who've been prescribed one of the new GLP-1 weight-loss drugs soared nearly seven-fold between 2020 and 2023, a new report finds.

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Health News -- Regular fish oil use may harm those with healthy hearts -- Folks regularly taking fish oil supplements might not be helping their health as much as they might think, a new study suggests.

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HPV vaccine linked to sharp reduction in risk of cancers in men

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Mice sickened from drinking raw milk carrying bird flu virus

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Many people quit new weight-loss drugs because of costs, side effects

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Cognitive declines lead older adults to quit driving

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Study: Only half of U.S. residents trained to perform CPR or stop serious bleeding

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