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Don't Ignore These Early Warning Signs of Dementia
Forgetfulness is common, but if persistent difficulty with memory and performing everyday tasks is making life challenging, it may be a sign of something serious. It may signal the onset of dementia. [Full Story]
Mounjaro Leads to More Weight Loss Than Ozempic
Overweight or obese adults lost more weight and shed pounds faster using Eli Lilly's Mounjaro than those taking Novo Nordisk's popular rival weight loss drug, according to an analysis of health records and other data. Within one year of starting treatment, 42.3% of those...... [Full Story]
How Fast You Need to Walk to Lower Diabetes Risk
People can walk away their risk of developing type 2 diabetes - but [Full Story]
FDA Approves First Oral Device for Sleep Apnea
Vivos Therapeutics said on Wednesday the U.S. health regulator has [Full Story]
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US Life Expectancy Still Below Pre-pandemic Level
U.S. life expectancy rose last year by more than a year but still [Full Story]
Pope 'Not Well,' Aide Reads Speech
Pope Francis presided at his weekly audience with the public at the [Full Story]
Don't Ignore These Early Warning Signs of Dementia
Forgetfulness is common, but if persistent difficulty with memory and [Full Story]
As Dollar Loses Value, Central Banks Make Record Gold Purchase–Watch
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A 'Brain Coach' Could Help Prevent Alzheimer's
Personal trainers can help people increase their strength and their [Full Story]
FDA Investigating CAR-T Cancer Therapy Safety Risks
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said on Tuesday it was [Full Story]
White House Urges RSV Vaccine Makers to Meet Demand
Senior Biden administration officials met with RSV vaccine makers [Full Story]
WHO: Disease May Be Bigger Killer Than Bombs in Gaza
More people could die from disease than from bombings in the Gaza [Full Story]
Eat This Sugar to Help You Get Slim (and Lower A1C)
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Study: Surfing the Web Does Not Harm Mental Health
It might seem that surfing the web could cause a person's mental [Full Story]
New COVID Variant Takes Hold in the US
The prevalence of a highly mutated COVID variant has tripled in the [Full Story]
How This Brave Patriot Exposes Food Shortage Crisis
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Drones Deliver Defibrillators Faster Than Ambulances
Drones can more quickly deliver defibrillators to the scene of a [Full Story]
More Vitamin D May Be Needed for Heart Health
There's been a lot of information about the health benefits of [Full Story]
Elon Musk’s Doctor – We Can 'Stop' Aging
SPONSOR: He believes it will come down to stopping this in its tracks [Full Story]
Stronger Thighs May Reduce Need for Knee Replacement
Squats and lunges aren't the most fun exercises, but a new study says [Full Story]
ADHD Meds Linked to Increased Heart Disease Risk
Medications used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder [Full Story]
Biden to Invoke Measure to Boost Medical Supplies
President Joe Biden will invoke a Cold War-era measure to boost [Full Story]
Cantaloupe Recall Expands as Salmonella Cases Double
Three more brands of cantaloupe have been recalled by U.S. health [Full Story]
Pope Francis Getting Antibiotics Via IV for Lung Illness
Pope Francis is receiving antibiotics intravenously to treat a [Full Story] | video
China Seeks More Fever Clinics as Respiratory Illness Surges
China's health ministry on Sunday urged local authorities to increase [Full Story]
CDC: Skin-Disfiguring Disease 'Well-Established' in US
A skin disfiguring parasitic disease transmitted by sand flies has [Full Story]
New Advances Mean Many Patients Go Home Same Day After Knee Replacement
Robert Fleetwood, 73, needed joint replacements in both knees, both [Full Story]
WHO Pressing China on Respiratory Illness Details
The World Health Organization (WHO) has asked China for details on an [Full Story]
FDA: Avoid Neptune's Fix Supplements; Reports of Seizures
The Food and Drug Administration has issued a warning for potential [Full Story]
Pill Made From Coffee Grinds May Prevent Alzheimer's
Researchers at the University of Texas at El Paso discovered that a [Full Story]
Reap the Health Benefits of Practicing Gratitude
November is National Gratitude Month, and with as we gather for [Full Story]
How to Spot Holiday Charity Scams
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Scans Show Brain Changes in People With Long COVID
People with long COVID exhibit brain changes that are different from [Full Story]
Give Thanks for Healthy Diet Changes During Holidays
Before diving into decadent eating during the holidays, consider [Full Story]
How to Safely Store Thanksgiving Leftovers
There's a good chance you bought that extra-large bird for [Full Story]
Seniors Not Getting Follow-up Care After Falls
Four of every 10 American seniors who suffer a fall and end up in the [Full Story]
AI Accurately Predicts a Nonsmoker's Lung Cancer Risk
Artificial intelligence (AI) can help assess lung cancer risk in [Full Story]
Breast Cancer Rates Higher in Urban Vs. Rural Areas
Environmental contaminants may be driving higher rates of breast [Full Story]
Novo Nordisk: Diabetes Drugs Shortages Will Persist
Novo Nordisk will ration starter kits of Ozempic in Europe and reduce [Full Story]
Teens With Concussions at Higher Risk for Suicide
A year after suffering a concussion, teens, especially boys, are more [Full Story]
Scientists Pinpoint Why Red Wine Causes Headaches
Countless corks will pop and wine will flow freely during the [Full Story]
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