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Study: Cutting Out Meat May Prevent Snoring
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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]
FDA: Avoid Smartwatches, Rings to Measure Blood Sugar
Smartwatches and rings that claim to measure blood sugar levels for medical purposes without piercing the skin could be dangerous and should be avoided, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration warned Wednesday. The caution applies to any watch or ring, regardless of brand,...... [Full Story]
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UAB First in Alabama to Halt In Vitro Fertilization
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Jill Biden Announces $100M in Women's Health Funding
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Study: Cutting Out Meat May Prevent Snoring
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Impact of Alabama's Frozen Embryo Ruling
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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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EPA to Spend $5.8 Billion to Clean Up Drinking Water
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Suicide Risk High After Hospitalization for Depression
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The World Health Organization (WHO) made a dire warning of an [Full Story]
Risk-Reducing Mastectomy Cuts Cancer Odds
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Researchers Devise Tool to Predict Burnout in Workers
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Fears Deadly Deer Disease Could Evolve to Infect Humans
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Women Gain More From Exercise Than Men
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Virtual Reality Boosts Memory, Movement in Seniors
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Scientists Pinpoint the Roots of Bad Breath
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Asthma Drug Approved by FDA to Treat Food Allergy
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