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Veterans Often Hit Hard by Deaths of Fellow Soldiers - 2019-11-11
"As Americans pay tribute to all veterans who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces Monday, new research suggests that how comrades died can affect levels of grief among soldiers who served in Afghanistan and Iraq." More

TV Binges, Video Games, Books and Sports Taking Toll on Sleep - 2019-11-10
"Nearly nine in 10 American adults lose sleep to binge watch TV, a new survey finds." More

Opioids Won't Help Arthritis Patients Long-Term: Study - 2019-11-11
"Opioid painkillers may temporarily ease the discomfort of arthritis, but they have no clear lasting benefit, a research review finds." More

Survey Shows Americans Feel Stressed - 2019-11-08
"Mass shootings, health care and the 2020 presidential election are significant causes of stress for American adults, a new survey finds." More

Vitamin E Acetate Is Leading Suspect in Vaping-Linked Lung Illnesses: CDC - 2019-11-08
"A new federal report points to an oily chemical known as vitamin E acetate as the likely culprit behind more than 2,000 cases of severe lung illness among vapers." More

Vaping-Linked Lung Illnesses Top 2,000, CDC Says - 2019-11-07
"The number of Americans stricken with a severe lung illness tied to vaping has now reached 2,051, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Thursday." More

Don't Get Along With Family? Check Your Health - 2019-11-07
"There's a new reason to keep the peace this holiday season: Strained relationships with family may be worse for your health than trouble with a spouse or significant other, new research suggests." More

Education a Buffer Against Alzheimer's Among Blacks: Study - 2019-11-06
"Higher levels of education may counter the genetic risk of Alzheimer's disease among older black adults, a new study indicates." More

Exercise Can Help Prevent Depression, Even for Those at High Risk - 2019-11-06
"Getting more exercise could help ward off depression, even if you have a genetic risk for it, new research shows." More

Do You Take Biotin Supplements? They Could Affect Your Medical Tests - 2019-11-05
"Biotin supplements, often taken to improve hair, skin and nails, can interfere with the results of some critical lab tests, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration warned Tuesday." More

Climate Change a 'Threat to Human Well-Being,' Scientists Say - 2019-11-05
"A global coalition of more than 11,000 scientists warns that planet Earth is facing a "climate emergency" that will cause "untold human suffering" unless drastic steps are taken." More

Down Syndrome Carries Raised Risk of Dementia by 55 - 2019-11-04
"Most people with Down syndrome have dementia by age 55, a new study shows." More

U.S. ERs See Doubling of Teen Sexual Abuse Cases - 2019-11-04
"Sexually abused youths are turning more often to U.S. emergency departments for help, a new study finds." More

Are You Lonely? Your Tweets Offer Important Clues, Experts Say - 2019-11-04
"Analyzing people's tweets could reveal if they're lonely, researchers say." More

A Gene Kept One Woman From Developing Alzheimer's -- Could It Help Others? - 2019-11-04
"Could one woman's rare genetic mutation one day have a global impact on dementia risk?" More

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