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Regular Bowel Movements Linked to Better Health
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Breast Cancer Treatment May Lower Dementia Risk
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Medications That Don't Mix with Alcohol
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Blood Test Predicts Response to Glaucoma Treatment
An experimental blood test might be able to predict whether glaucoma [Full Story]
Study: Long COVID Rates Are Expected to Decline
People's odds for long COVID appear to be declining with the advent [Full Story]
Report: New 'This is My President' T-Shirt Takes America by Storm
SPONSOR: Patriots love its bold message on the front [Full Story]
How Early Antibiotic Use Can Raise Kids' Asthma Risk
Early exposure to antibiotics might increase a kid's risk of asthma [Full Story]
How to Stay Hydrated in Hot Weather
It's important to stay hydrated during scorching temperatures, [Full Story]
5 Foods That Eat Away at Bones
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Watching Sports Is Good for Your Health
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OTC Nasal Sprays Ease Colds, Flu, Cut Antibiotic Use
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Shannen Doherty Dies of Breast Cancer at 53
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New Drug Effective Against Stress Incontinence
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Fitness Guru Richard Simmons Mixed Laughs, Sweat
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4 Colorado Poultry Workers Diagnosed With Bird Flu
Four poultry workers in Colorado have been diagnosed with bird flu, [Full Story]

Fake Botox Shots Land Women in 9 States in Hospital
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Night Owls Have Cognitive Advantage Over Early Risers
Scientists at Imperial College London found that people who stay up [Full Story]
Penalties for 'Microaggressions' Seen Creeping Into Medicine
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 Secondhand Smoke From Cigarettes Worse Than Vapes
Secondhand smoke from cigarettes is much worse than that from vaping, [Full Story]
Diabetes Raises Risk of Spinal Fusion Surgery Failure
Diabetes can make lumbar spinal fusion surgery much more likely to [Full Story]
Ozempic Linked to Lower Dementia Risk, Nicotine Use
Novo Nordisk's popular diabetes treatment Ozempic could be tied to a [Full Story]
Nearly Half of Cancer Deaths Linked to Lifestyle
Nearly half of cancer deaths and 4 of 10 cases of cancer are linked [Full Story]
App Predicts Progression for Those With Alzheimer's
Dutch researchers are developing an app to predict how individual [Full Story]
Survey Finds More Than 1 in 5 People Are Lonely
Loneliness strikes more than a fifth of people worldwide, a new [Full Story]
 Study Finds Potential Cause, Treatment for Anorexia
Anorexia nervosa could be caused by lack of a specific brain [Full Story]
Musk's Neuralink to Implant Device in Second Patient
Elon Musk said his Neuralink startup is "moving on" to a second test [Full Story]
Scientists Identify Cause of Lupus, Way to Reverse It
Lupus is caused by a specific defect in the immune system that can be [Full Story]
What to Know About US Cases of the Plague
Colorado health officials have confirmed a human case of the plague, [Full Story]
Pfizer Moves Forward With Once-Daily Weight Loss Drug
Pfizer plans to move a reworked, once-a-day version of its weight [Full Story]
Newly Discovered Hormone Builds Strong Bones
A newly discovered hormone could help fight osteoporosis and quickly [Full Story]
Musk's Neuralink Working on New Brain Implant Device
Neuralink, Elon Musk's brain-chip company, is working on a new device [Full Story]
Combining Diabetes Drugs Ups Heart, Kidney Benefits
Combining two different types of diabetes drugs can offer additional [Full Story]
The Benefits to Couples Sleeping Separately
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Experimental High-Tech 'Air Mask' Wards Off Viruses
An experimental "air mask" could help ward off infectious diseases [Full Story]
Most Stop Ozempic for Weight Loss Within Two Years
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What Cognitive Tests Can Show and What They Can't
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FTC: Middlemen Unduly Influence US Drug Prices
The consolidation of pharmacies and health insurance companies [Full Story]
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