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Study: Cutting Out Meat May Prevent Snoring
People who eat a healthy plant-based diet rich in vegetables, fruit, whole grains and nuts are less likely to suffer sleep apnea, according to findings published Feb. 20 in the journal ERJ Open Research. [Full Story]
Eating Habits That Are an Early Sign of Dementia
Early signs of dementia include forgetfulness and language problems, but now science reveals that what and how you eat can signal a condition called frontotemporal dementia (FTD). This subtype of dementia affects the frontal and temporal lobes of the brain, which are...... [Full Story]
Mercury Levels in Tuna Haven't Changed Since 1971
Mercury levels in tuna haven't changed since 1971, despite efforts to [Full Story]
UAB First in Alabama to Halt In Vitro Fertilization
The University of Alabama at Birmingham health system is pausing in [Full Story]
Biden’s Hidden Plan Exposed – The Big Impact it May Have on IRA/401Ks
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Poll: Healthcare Costs Top Voter Concern
Unexpected medical bills and high healthcare costs are dominating an [Full Story]
Jill Biden Announces $100M in Women's Health Funding
Jill Biden on Wednesday was announcing $100 million in federal [Full Story]
Study: Cutting Out Meat May Prevent Snoring
A person's diet can influence their risk of obstructive sleep apnea, [Full Story]
Niche Dating Site for People With Traditional Values
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Impact of Alabama's Frozen Embryo Ruling
The Alabama Supreme Court has ruled that frozen embryos can be [Full Story]
WHO Warns of Measles Surge
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The Government Wants to Control You Through Your Finances
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Annual Mammograms Starting at 40 Saves Lives
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Musk: Neuralink's 1st Human Patient Can Control Mouse
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A Teaspoon on An Empty Stomach May Remove Up to 21Lbs of Fat A Week
SPONSOR: Women over 40 may lose additional fat by doing this [Full Story]
EPA to Spend $5.8 Billion to Clean Up Drinking Water
Nearly $6 billion in funding will soon be spread through every U.S. [Full Story]
Gene-Based Tests Predict Odds for 10 Common Illnesses
Accurate genetic tests for 10 common diseases are nearly ready for [Full Story]
17-Second Neuropathy Fix With Nightly Ritual?
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Suicide Risk High After Hospitalization for Depression
People treated at psychiatric hospitals are at highest risk of [Full Story]
Too Much Niacin May Raise Heart Disease Risk
Niacin is an essential B vitamin, but new research reveals that too [Full Story]

Risk-Reducing Mastectomy Cuts Cancer Odds
Women who carry certain mutations in their BRCA1 or BRCA2 genes know [Full Story]
Researchers Devise Tool to Predict Burnout in Workers
Researchers in Norway are developing a handy tool that can identify [Full Story]
Fears Deadly Deer Disease Could Evolve to Infect Humans
Scientists fear a fatal "zombie deer disease" could be evolving to [Full Story]
Women Gain More From Exercise Than Men
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Virtual Reality Boosts Memory, Movement in Seniors
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WHO Warns of Disease X, the Next Pandemic
The World Health Organization (WHO) made a dire warning of an [Full Story]
275 Million Entirely New Genetic Variants Discovered
A study that analyzed the genetic code of a quarter of a million U.S. [Full Story]
Scientists Pinpoint the Roots of Bad Breath
Bad breath: No one wants it, but its origins have long remained [Full Story]
Asthma Drug Approved by FDA to Treat Food Allergy
A medication used to treat asthma can now be used to help people with [Full Story]
Parenting Style May Influence ADHD Severity in Kids
A shift in parenting early in a child's development might help curb [Full Story]
FDA Approves First Cell Therapy to Treat Skin Cancer
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Fmr President Jimmy Carter Enters Year 2 in Hospice Care
Since Jimmy Carter entered hospice care at his home in south [Full Story] | video
Study: Blood Test Helps Predict Future Heart Attacks
A standard blood test can reveal if someone is at high risk of having [Full Story]
Drug That Treats Cocaine Addiction May Curb Colon Cancer
A drug first developed to treat cocaine addiction might also help [Full Story]
How Nose Picking Could Raise Your Alzheimer's Risk
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Study: US Rated Worst Country for Mental Health
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Hot Flashes, Migraine Combo Spikes Heart Risks
As if painful migraines, hot flashes and night sweats weren't bad [Full Story]
Activities That Help Kids Recover From Concussion
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Online Vendors Selling Misbranded Weight-Loss Drugs
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FDA Advisers Back Abbott Heart Valve Repair Device
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