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AHA: Taking Medicine for a Cold? Be Mindful of Your Heart - 2019-01-18
"But before you do, you need to consider how some over-the-counter cold medicines may impact your heart." More

Are You a Risk-Taker? It Might Lie in Your Genes - 2019-01-18
"Do you shy away from risky business or cast caution aside and go for it? Either way, your answer could come from your DNA." More

Movie Violence Doesn't Make Kids Violent, Study Finds - 2019-01-18
"Parents often worry that violent movies can trigger violence in their kids, but a new study suggests PG-13-rated movies won't turn your kids into criminals." More

Big Pharma's Marketing to Docs Helped Trigger Opioid Crisis: Study - 2019-01-18
"Aggressive direct marketing to doctors by pharmaceutical companies is tied to spurring the ongoing epidemic of opioid abuse in the United States, a new study claims." More

Protecting Seniors From Scammers - 2019-01-18
" It seems as though every day brings warnings about phone and internet scammers, with older Americans being particularly vulnerable." More

Ditch Your Leisure To-Do List - 2019-01-18
"If the fun is often missing from your social activities or play feels like work, researchers at Washington University in St. Louis have an explanation: You're probably overplanning." More

Study Examines Link Between Type 1 Diabetes, Broken Bones - 2019-01-18
"Poor blood sugar control puts people with type 1 diabetes at increased risk for fragility fractures, a new study shows." More

Many Oncologists in the Dark About LGBTQ Health Needs - 2019-01-18
"Most cancer specialists are comfortable treating LGBTQ patients, but many aren't confident in their knowledge about these patients' specific health needs, a new survey finds." More

Frailty a Risk Factor for Dementia - 2019-01-18
"Frailty is associated with a higher risk of both Alzheimer's disease and its crippling symptoms, a new study shows." More

Disrupted Sleep Plagues Hospital Patients, But New Program Might Help - 2019-01-18
"Anyone who has cared for a hospitalized loved one knows that frequent nighttime sleep interruptions -- caused by noise or nursing checks -- are a big concern." More

First Generic Version of Epilepsy Drug Sabril Approved - 2019-01-17
"The first generic version of Sabril (vigabatrin) has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to prevent complex partial seizures in adults and children 10 and older with epilepsy." More

Stem Cell Therapy Shows Early Promise Against Macular Degeneration - 2019-01-17
"Age-related macular degeneration is the leading cause of vision loss in seniors, and existing treatments are few." More

Opioid Prescriptions Almost Twice as Likely for Rural vs. Urban Americans - 2019-01-17
"As the United States battles an epidemic of opioid abuse, people living in rural areas have nearly two times the odds of being prescribed the painkillers when compared to their urban peers." More

Opioid Use in Pregnancy Tied to Severe Birth Defects - 2019-01-17
"More American infants are being born with their intestines outside of their bodies, and the disturbing trend might be linked to the opioid crisis, health officials reported Thursday." More

Health Tip: Eat Less, Enjoy More - 2019-01-17
"A key to successful dieting is to enjoy your food more, while eating less, the U.S. Department of Agriculture says." More

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