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AHA News: Young Women May Face Greater Stroke Risk Than Young Men - 2020-09-18
"Young women are more likely than their male peers to have a stroke, a new study suggests." More

Many High-Risk Patients Don't Know They Need Follow-Up Colonoscopy - 2020-09-18
"Many Americans at high risk for colon cancer don't know how often they need to have a screening colonoscopy, researchers say." More

Experts Offer Guidance on a Common But Underreported Menopause Syndrome - 2020-09-18
"Hot flashes and night sweats are well-known side effects of menopause, but the end of a woman's periods can also lead to other uncomfortable changes." More

As Schools Reopen, Many Students, Staff Live With High-Risk Family Member - 2020-09-18
"School districts across America are navigating exactly how to resume classes this fall, just as a new study warns that many students and teachers live in homes with people at high risk for severe COVID-19." More

COVID-19 Poses Added Risk for People With Addiction Disorders: Study - 2020-09-18
"People with addiction disorders are at greater risk for COVID-19 and more likely to become seriously ill if infected, a new study finds." More

Getting a Hip Replacement? Choice of Hospital Can Be Crucial - 2020-09-18
"Researchers found that when hip replacement surgery is done at a "safety net" hospital designed to serve the poor and uninsured, patients' risks are higher. Of more than 500,000 Americans who had the surgery, those at safety net hospitals were 11% more likely to have postoperative complications, like infections or heart problems." More

Almost 90,000 Young American Adults Will Get Cancer This Year: Report - 2020-09-18
"Nearly 90,000 Americans between 15 and 39 years of age will be diagnosed with cancer this year and more than 9,200 will die, a new report projects." More

Another Rapid COVID-19 Test Shows Promise - 2020-09-18
"Yet another rapid COVID-19 test has proven its mettle in spotting infection with the new coronavirus, this time in a British study." More

Details Emerge on Unexplained Illness in AstraZeneca COVID Vaccine Trial - 2020-09-18
"New details surfaced on Thursday on an unexplained neurological condition that struck a volunteer who was participating in AstraZeneca's coronavirus vaccine trial." More

Rising Obesity Levels Put Americans at Risk During Pandemic: CDC - 2020-09-17
"Adult obesity in the United States continues to rise, and being obese increases the risk of severe illness in people with COVID-19, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warns." More

More Pets May Be Getting COVID-19 Than Realized - 2020-09-18
"The upshot: People with COVID-19 infection should keep away from their pets." More

PTSD May Be Tied to Greater Dementia Risk - 2020-09-17
"Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)may significantly increase the risk of dementia later in life, according to a new study." More

Wildfire Smoke Poses Special Threat to People With Asthma - 2020-09-17
"People with asthma and other respiratory illnesses need to be aware of the threat that wildfire smoke poses to their breathing and take steps to protect themselves, an allergy expert warns." More

Coffee May Slow Spread of Colon Cancer - 2020-09-17
"Just a few cups of coffee a day may help slow down the deadly progression of advanced colon cancer, new research finds." More

A Good Workout Could Boost Your Thinking for Up to 2 Hours - 2020-09-17
"A few minutes of moderate- to high-intensity aerobic activity -- like running or biking -- can boost young adults' memory and concentration for up to two hours, a new research review shows." More

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