How High Temperatures Lead to Illness, Death
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Mounjaro May Be First Drug to Ease Sleep Apnea
A medication used to manage Type 2 diabetes has been found effective in treating sleep apnea. The worldwide clinical trial demonstrates that tirzepatide significantly lowers breathing interruptions during sleep, a key indicator of the severity of a patient's obstructive...... [Full Story]
Wegovy Heart Study: Weight Loss Higher in Women
Novo Nordisk's popular obesity drug Wegovy helped women with a common [Full Story]
Adults in Senior Housing Healthier Than Those at Home
Independent living is important for seniors, but a new study shows it [Full Story]
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Twice-a-Year Injection Prevents HIV in Women
Just two injections a year of a new HIV drug protected young women in [Full Story]
Health Experts Slam FDA's OK of First Menthol Vapes
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration's decision to authorize the [Full Story]
Inhaled Insulin More Effective for Some With Diabetes
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FDIC Warns: 63 Banks Are on the Brink of Failing
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Surgeons Perform First US Awake Kidney Transplant
John Nicolas was deep into kidney transplant surgery when he decided [Full Story]
FDA Authorizes First Menthol E-Cigarettes for Adults
The Food and Drug Administration on Friday authorized the first [Full Story]
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Dr. Crandall: Silent Heart Disease Can Strike Anyone
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How High Temperatures Lead to Illness, Death
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Robust Gut Microbiome Can Help You Fight Infections
The bacteria colonizing your bowels play a key part in your risk for [Full Story]
US Gun Injury Rates Top Pre-Pandemic Levels
For the fourth year in a row, rates of gun injuries stayed above [Full Story]

Brain, Gut Microbiome Make Up of Resilient People
Can you trust your gut? UCLA researchers have shown that people who [Full Story]
B Vitamin Improves Walking With Leg Artery Disease
A form of vitamin B3 that folks can buy over the counter could help [Full Story]

Bill Allowing Doctor-Assisted Suicide in Delaware Fails in Senate
A bill allowing doctor-assisted suicide in Delaware failed to win [Full Story]
Judge: Biden Policy Barring Hospital Web Trackers Unlawful
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As Summer Begins, COVID Cases Are on the Rise
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) data shows that [Full Story]
WHO Warns Against Fake Copies of Ozempic, Wegovy
The World Health Organization (WHO) on Thursday issued warnings on [Full Story]
Adding Nuts to Diet Results in More Weight Loss
Folks dieting to drop pounds should consider eating a fistful of nuts [Full Story]
Blood Pressure Meds May Prevent Epilepsy
A class of blood pressure medications appears to also help lower [Full Story]
1 in 4 US Yards May Have Unsafe Levels of Lead
The yards of 1 in every 4 U.S. households have soil lead levels that [Full Story]
Prostate Meds May Help Prevent Type of Dementia
Prostate medications might help reduce the risk of a specific type of [Full Story]
Study: Walking Staves Off Lower Back Pain Recurrence
If you've recovered from lower back pain, try walking away from a [Full Story]
Rare Gene Variant Delays Alzheimer's Disease Onset
Scientists studying a family plagued by early-in-life Alzheimer's [Full Story]
Diet Changes That Lower Blood Pressure
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How to Stay Cool and Safe During the Heat Wave
A record-breaking heat wave is spreading across the United States, [Full Story]
How to Cope Outside During the US Heat Wave
It's hot and getting hotter for workers and everyone else outdoors as [Full Story]
Prevent Falls That Affect 1 in 4 Older Adults Yearly
One in four older adults in the U.S. will fall each year, putting [Full Story]
Alzheimer's in Mother Means Higher Inheritance Risk
Genetics can play a role in a person's odds for Alzheimer's disease, [Full Story]
Sedentary People Who Drink Coffee Live Longer
A new study found that coffee drinkers who sat for more than six [Full Story]
Getting Exercise in Nature May Bring Added Benefits
Exercising in natural surroundings - a jog through a park, a bicycle [Full Story]
Surgeon General Calls for Social Media Warning Labels
The U.S. Surgeon General announced Monday that he will push for [Full Story]
High Blood Pressure in Pregnancy Has Doubled
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About 4 Percent of Americans Age 65+ Have Dementia Diagnosis
Some 4% of U.S. adults aged 65 and older say they have been diagnosed [Full Story]
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