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Lung Cancer Screening' Risks Not Discussed Enough   

Lung cancer screening is recommended for high-risk current and former smokers. But the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force and other organizations say that doctors need to explain the risks as well as the benefits. Those risks include a high rate of false positives, which can lead to unnecessary follow-up procedures.

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2018-08-13 12:11:13



Weak Grip May Signal Health Trouble Even in Kids   

In a new study followed children from 4th grade through 5th grade, children with weak grips were over three times more likely to remain in poor health or to have declines in health than those with strong grips.

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2018-08-13 11:40:52



Study Links 3 Eye Diseases, Alzheimer's   

Patients with age-related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy or glaucoma had a 40 to 50 percent greater risk of Alzheimer's disease than those without the eye conditions, the authors of a new study report.

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2018-08-13 11:24:29



More Drug Makers Tagged as Valsartan Recall Grows   

More than 20 European countries, Canada, and the United States have recalled valsartan medications in recent weeks after NDMA was discovered in the drugs' ingredients manufactured by Zhejiang Huahai Pharmaceuticals of Linhai, China.

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2018-08-13 09:55:26



Study: Tdap Vaccine Doesn't Boost Autism Risk   

Children born to women who had a Tdap vaccination during pregnancy had no higher risk of autism than kids whose mothers were not vaccinated, a new study finds.

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2018-08-13 05:40:10



Can Eating Crickets Boost Your Health?   

Eating crickets may help improve the natural bacteria in your gut (microbiome) and reduce inflammation in your body, according to a small new study at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

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2018-08-13 04:24:33



Essential Oils Promise Help, But Beware the Risks   

In the past year alone, U.S. retail sales of essential oils soared 14% to $133 million -- up from $55 million in 2015 -- according to market research firm SPINS.

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2018-08-13 01:42:27



'Snapchat Dysmorphia': Seeking Selfie Perfection   

In increasing numbers, people go to cosmetic surgeons requesting "fuller lips, bigger eyes, or a thinner nose" that they see in photo filters, according to new research. The trend, called "Snapchat dysmorphia," was first identified in 2015 and is now raising alarm among some physicians.

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2018-08-10 20:39:19



Court Rules EPA Must Ban Sales of Pesticide   

Even tiny levels of exposure to chlorpyrifos can damage babies' brains, research shows.

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2018-08-10 13:07:45



Early Onset Type 1 Diabetes Tied to Heart Disease   

Compared with the control group, life expectancy averaged 16 years less for people diagnosed with diabetes before age 10. Those diagnosed at an older age died, on average, 10 years earlier than people without diabetes.

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2018-08-10 10:39:53



This Spirited Toddler Has Rare Brittle Bone Dis   

Three-year-old Byron Baxter has bones that break easily, sometimes with just a wave of his hand, his parents say. But he's inspiring social media fans with his fighting spirit and cheerfulness in videos and pics his family posts online.

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2018-08-10 09:48:45



Women With Asthma More Likely to Develop COPD   

More than 4 in 10 women with asthma developed chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and heavy smoking and obesity were among the significant risk factors, a new study found.

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2018-08-10 09:45:33



New Dads Can Get the Baby Blues, Too   

New research confirms that roughly 10 percent of new dads experience postpartum depression, and up to 18 percent have some type of anxiety disorder after the birth of a child.

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2018-08-10 05:33:43



New Dads Can Get the Baby Blues, Too   

New research confirms that roughly 10 percent of new dads experience postpartum depression, and up to 18 percent have some type of anxiety disorder after the birth of a child.

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2018-08-09 20:03:11



U.S. Trauma Doctors Push for Stricter Gun Controls   

Strict regulation of semi-automatic guns, accessories and ammunition, plus research, innovation, technology and cooperation are needed to tackle gun violence in much the same way they have been used to reduce car crash deaths by 27 percent over the past 20 years, the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma says in a policy statement.

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2018-08-09 19:29:35



Prenatal Vitamin D Pills Won't Boost Baby's Growth   

Using vitamin D supplements while a woman was pregnant or after her child was born didn't help the baby grow, a new Canadian study found.

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2018-08-09 17:31:11



Choosing to Induce Labor May Cut C-Section Risk   

Women who chose to have their labor induced were less likely to need a C-section than women who let nature take its course, according to a new study in the New England Journal of Medicine. And there was no evidence labor induction carried any added risks for their babies.

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2018-08-09 10:40:54



Exercise Can Chase Away the Blues, to a Point   

A new analysis of data from 1.2 million people in the United States found they reported 3.4 days a month of poor mental health on average. But those who were physically active had 1.5 fewer "down" days a month than those who were not active.

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2018-08-09 10:37:40



Brain Evolution May Play Role in Mental Illnesses   

Illnesses such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorder may be the result of changes in the human brain that took place during evolution, new research suggests.

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2018-08-09 06:55:44



Will Supplements Be Regulated Along with Drugs?  

It's music to the ears of the FDA—but terrible for consumers. We need to tell the administration: supplements under the law are food, not drugs! Action Alert! As we've been telling you, the Trump administration has proposed merging the food safety duties of the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Food and Drug Administration [...]

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2018-08-09 05:26:18



BPA-Free, but Not Toxic-Free  

Consumers are demanding BPA-free products, but the alternatives are no safer. Action Alert! The word is out about bisphenol-A (BPA), the chemical that is commonly used in drinking containers, children's toys, and other plastic products: it's been linked to diabetes, asthma, cancer, obesity, and altered prostate and neurological development, among other illnesses. Unfortunately, the alternatives [...]

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2018-08-09 03:08:53



Are Microwaves Making You Sick?  

Some of the latest science says the answer may be "Yes." Action Alert! Wireless internet, cell phones, and smart meters are ubiquitous in the modern world, but some studies have shown that there is reason to be cautious about exposure to microwave radiation (MWR). The federal government, however, is not only asleep at the wheel; [...]

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2018-08-09 01:51:56



Frequent Skin Cancers May Signal Risk of Others   

For the study, the researchers analyzed the DNA of 61 patients with frequent basal cell carcinomas, and found 20 percent had mutations in genes that help repair DNA damage in body cells. Cancer arises when such abnormal cells grow and spread unchecked.

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2018-08-09 01:17:22



Triple-Negative Breast Cancer Genes ID'd   

The team also found that mutations in the BRIP1 and RAD51C genes were associated with a more moderate risk of triple-negative breast cancer.

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2018-08-08 18:29:50



Which Drugs Work Best for ADHD? Large Study Zeroes in on Two   

The researchers compared seven ADHD drugs -- amphetamines (including lisdexamfetamine), atomoxetine, bupropion, clonidine, guanfacine, methylphenidate and modafinil -- and a placebo over 12 weeks of treatment.

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2018-08-08 15:22:45



Kids' Suicide Risk Tied Parents' Religious Beliefs   

The study, however, does not prove that a religious upbringing prevents suicide, only that there is an association between the two.

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2018-08-08 15:04:11



Catch-Up HPV Shots Work for Teen Girls   

In the United States, HPV vaccination is recommended for girls aged 11-12. For those who did not receive the vaccine at this age, catch-up vaccination has been recommended between ages 13 and 26.

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2018-08-08 11:31:03



Voices of Freedom: James S. Turner, Esq  

Voices of Freedom, our new video series, features the men and women who help protect your access to natural health. In this inaugural episode, James Turner, one of Nader’s Raiders, gives advice about how to lead a life of activism.

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2018-08-08 11:13:13



More Primary Care Practices Aim to Treat the Mind   

The reality is that many people will go without mental health care if it doesn't come from their primary care doctor, so integrating mental and behavioral health care into doctor practices makes sense, according to the American Psychological Association.

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2018-08-08 10:25:45



Action Alert: Tell Congress and the FCC to Warn the Public About MWR Exposure  



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2018-08-08 09:29:54



Action Alert: Tell the FDA and Congress to Ban BPA and BPS  



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2018-08-08 07:49:59



Supplement Regulation To Get Much Worse  

Take Action!

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2018-08-08 03:56:17



Too Much Screen Time May Pile on the Pounds   

Teenagers who exceed two hours daily of recreational screen time are nearly twice as likely to be overweight or obese, the review showed. Excess weight increases the risk of heart disease, diabetes and other health problems.

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2018-08-07 14:42:34



Women With Heart Attack Do Better If Doc is Female   

Women are less likely to die from a heart attack if their treating doctor is a woman, new research shows.

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2018-08-07 13:17:30



Women On Herceptin Need Regular Heart Checks   

Women who take the chemotherapy drug trastuzumab (Herceptin) for HER2-positive breast cancer can be at higher risk for heart failure and should have their hearts monitored during treatment, new research finds. The complication is not common, and in many cases, the benefits of the chemotherapy still outweigh the risks. But regular checks should be a priority.

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2018-08-07 10:49:37



To Fight Childhood Obesity, Start At Birth   

Moms who learned healthy nutrition strategies during their child's first year had kids who were less likely to be overweight or obese, compared with children of mothers who were trained when the kids were between 3 and 5 years old, two new studies indicate.

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2018-08-07 08:43:28



Study: Hepatitis-Infected Kidneys OK to Transplant   

Kidney transplants from organs infected with hepatitis C work as well as those with healthy organs, a finding that could help more people with kidney disease get off dialysis, researchers say.

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2018-08-07 04:18:52



No Time for Breakfast? Try These Fast, Portable Meals   

Don't skip breakfast! WebMD suggests five portable morning treats to get you out the door and start your day off right.

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2018-08-07 04:13:34



Can Eating Breakfast Help You Shed Pounds?   

Can breakfast help you slim down? WebMD has the answers.

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2018-08-07 03:11:32



Better Blood Test May Spot Heart Attack Faster   

Each year, millions of Americans land in an ER with chest pain or other potential symptoms of a heart attack, said Dr. Rebecca Vigen, lead researcher on the study.

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2018-08-06 18:35:20



Inactivity Can Quickly Trigger Diabetes in Seniors   

The findings suggest seniors who become inactive due to illness, bed rest or hospitalization are more likely to suffer harmful health effects.

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2018-08-06 13:38:17



As Tick Bites Rise, So Do Meat Allergies   

As the Lone Star tick migrates west and north, more and more people are developing a meat allergy that can come with the tick's bite.

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2018-08-06 11:45:14



Hiccups for a Month? It Can Happen   

In most cases, persistent hiccups (two days or more) and intractable hiccups (a month or more) are associated with underlying medical conditions, two neurologists write in a new journal article.

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2018-08-06 09:03:52



Almond Milk Recalled Over Cow's Milk Concerns   

The recall comes as the FDA considers whether nondairy beverages made from almond, soy, and other plant-based food can legally be called "milk."

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2018-08-06 03:50:49



More Fish For Moms Tied to Lower Preemie Risks   

Approximately 15 million babies worldwide are born premature each year, according to the March of Dimes. In the United States, almost one in 10 babies is born prematurely, putting them at risk for serious health problems.

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2018-08-03 15:22:39



Opioid Addicts Turning to Unapproved Antidepressant   

Tianeptine is used in some European, Asian and Latin American countries for treatment of depression and anxiety. But the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has not approved use of the drug in the United States, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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2018-08-03 05:04:42



Better Sleep for Mom May Lower Preemie Birth Risk   

The review of published studies provides important information for pregnant women and their doctors, said lead researcher Jane Warland, an associate professor at the University of South Australia.

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2018-08-03 03:52:05



Too Many Hot Chips A Recipe for Stomach Trouble?   

Spicy hot snacks like Flamin' Hot Cheetos are popular with many these days, especially children. While tasty in moderation, some doctors say they are seeing more and more patients with complications from the fiery-red chips.

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2018-08-03 01:39:13



Google Glass Aid Kids With Autism Relate to Others   

Children with autism often struggle to read the subtle nonverbal cues contained in a person's expression. It's so uncomfortable that these kids routinely fail to make eye contact and grapple with even basic social interactions.

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2018-08-02 16:46:29



Obesity Could Create Heart Issues in Pregnancy   

Preeclampsia can put both mother and baby at risk, according to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Obesity is a known risk factor for preeclampsia.

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2018-08-02 12:16:32



As Opioid Epidemic Rages, Painkiller Prescriptions Don't Drop   

Prescribing of opioids remains high largely because of a medical culture that evolved over many years, said study lead researcher Molly Moore Jeffery, a health economist at the Mayo Clinic, in Rochester, Minn.

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2018-08-02 11:03:30



Moon Dust a Health Hazard?   

The findings suggest that breathing toxic dust, even tiny amounts, could pose a health peril to future astronauts traveling to airless planets, according to the researchers from Stony Brook University in New York.

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2018-08-02 10:22:23



'Moderate' Drinking May Protect Brain   

Middle-aged people who drink moderately -- no more than a glass of wine a day -- may have a relatively lower risk of developing dementia later in life.

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2018-08-02 04:20:38



Can Arthritic Dogs Benefit From Stem Cell Therapy?   

In this study, stem cells were gathered from fat tissue in each dog and injected back into the same dog at the site of the arthritic joint. The dog was able to go home the same day as the procedure.

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2018-08-02 03:06:50



Brain 'Plasticity': Boy OK After Drastic Surgery   

The boy's intellect, visual perception and object recognition skills have all remained age-appropriate, even with a large portion of his brain gone.

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2018-08-02 02:45:33



Germs Gaining Resistance to Hand Gels in Hospitals   

This family of bacteria account for a tenth of hospital-acquired bacterial infections worldwide, and are the fourth and fifth leading cause of blood poisoning in North America and Europe, respectively.

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2018-08-01 16:04:57



2nd Baseball Player Has Hand, Foot & Mouth Disease   

Previously, the disease was diagnosed in Noah Syndergaard of the New York Mets, who played at Yankee Stadium nine days before. It's believed that Syndergaard may have picked up the virus while working at a children's camp during the All-Star break, USA Today reported.

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2018-08-01 13:10:58



Research Flourishes on Promise of Fecal Transplants   

Fecal transplants are one of the hottest areas of new medical research, as scientists have come to understand the role the microbiome -- the billions of bacteria that live in and on the body -- plays in health.

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2018-08-01 11:39:36



How Severe Brain Injuries Might Trigger Dementia   

In the study, the researchers analyzed the brain tissue of 15 patients who had survived a year or more after a  traumatic brain injury (TBI) and compared that tissue with brain tissue from 15 healthy controls. They found the TBI patients had higher levels of abnormal tau proteins.

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2018-08-01 11:06:45



Bioengineered Lungs Transplanted Into Pigs   

The lungs, which were tissue-matched to each individual pig, were grown in the laboratory. Each pig received one bioengineered lung and retained an original lung.

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2018-08-01 10:33:18



Man Loses Limbs After Infection From Dog's Lick   

Greg Manteufel loves dogs and had been around eight of them about the time he became ill, according to his wife Dawn Manteufel. It's not clear which dog was carrying the bacteria.

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2018-08-01 09:39:14



50-Pound Cyst Removed From Woman's Ovary   

An Alabama woman is feeling much better after surgeons removed a watermelon-sized cyst from her ovary.

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2018-08-01 02:38:55



Wait Times for Obesity Surgery Are Growing   

Delays were especially common for patients on Medicaid, the government health insurance program for low-income Americans. These patients were three times more likely than people with private insurance to be among those  with the longest delays -- typically waiting for over 200 days.

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2018-08-01 02:03:48



Caffeine Not a Dieter's Friend   

The researchers also found that caffeine did not affect how the participants perceived their appetites, and that body mass index (BMI -- an estimate of body fat based on height and weight) had no effect on how caffeine affected appetite or how much people ate.

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2018-07-31 19:05:36



Could a Blood Test Help Spot Severe Depression?   

A number of trials have tested the supplement against depression, too, but with mixed results, said Dr. Natalie Rasgon, co-senior researcher on the new study.

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2018-07-31 16:10:27



Most Seniors Uninformed on Opioid Use   

Researchers found that most older Americans who are prescribed opioids aren't advised about the dangers of the drugs, how to use fewer of them, when to use non-opioid alternatives, or what to do with leftover opioids.

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2018-07-31 15:16:11



'Heading' a Soccer Ball More Dangerous for Women   

Brain scans revealed that regions of damaged white matter in the brain were five times more extensive in the women than in the men.

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2018-07-31 14:25:05



HIV Doubles Heart Disease Risk   

More than two-thirds of HIV-associated heart disease occurs in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia Pacific regions, according to the study.

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2018-07-31 13:34:02



Obesity Warps the Shape, Function of Young Hearts   

British scientists found that young adults who had a higher body mass index (BMI) -- an estimate of body fat based on height and weight -- had higher blood pressure and thickened heart muscle.

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2018-07-31 09:57:35



Parasite Could Be in Salads and Wraps, USDA Warns   

The current warning is linked to chopped romaine lettuce. Caito Foods' lettuce supplier, Fresh Express, notified the company that the produce was being recalled.

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2018-07-31 06:30:38



FDA Warns Against 'Vaginal Rejuvenation' Hype   

The procedures, which use lasers and other energy-based devices to remove or reshape vaginal tissue, claim to treat conditions and symptoms related to menopause, urinary incontinence or sexual function.

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2018-07-31 03:57:30



Fewer Dialysis Patients Facing Leg Amputations   

Patients with kidney disease have a higher risk for losing a leg because they have an increased risk for peripheral artery disease, which occurs when there's not enough blood reaching the legs.

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2018-07-31 03:21:26



Sanders' Medicare Plan Could Cost $32.6 Trillion   

Under Sanders' plan, all U.S. residents would have health coverage, with no copays or deductibles, and private insurers would be restricted to a minor role, the Associated Press reported.

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2018-07-31 03:19:10



Poll: Majority in U.S. Support Medical Pot   

Nearly nine out of every 10 adults -- 85 percent -- believe that marijuana should be legalized for medical use, a new HealthDay/Harris Poll has found. And more than half, 57 percent, support the legalization of recreational marijuana.

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2018-07-30 15:15:03



How 1 unvaccinated kid brought measles to NYC   

In 2013, an unvaccinated teen visited London and carried the measles virus home to New York City, according to a report the journal Pediatrics that traces the outbreak, the largest in the city since 1992. Fifty-eight people came down with the measles, out of more than 3,300 exposed contacts identified by public health officials.

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2018-07-30 11:28:42



Food Fight: So, What Is 'Milk'?   

Strong opinions come from both sides of the debate. While nondairy milk sales increased by 61% from 2012 to 2017, overall sales of dairy milk fell 15% in the same period, according to industry statistics.

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2018-07-30 09:02:51



Vaping Medical Pot May Not Ease COPD Symptoms   

For most people in a study of COPD patients, vaping cannabis had no clinically significant effect -- either negative or positive -- on their symptoms of breathlessness during exercise or on their exercise performance.

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2018-07-27 20:19:41



LASIK: Know the Rewards and the Risks   

Around 9.5 million Americans have had LASIK surgery since it was first approved by the FDA in 1999. Around 600,000 LASIK surgeries are done each year, but that's down from a peak of 1.4 million in 2000. It remains one of the most popular elective surgeries in the country, and its satisfaction rating among patients who've had the procedure is remarkably high.

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2018-07-27 18:58:17



Dizziness Could Be A Sign of Dementia Risk   

The condition is common in elderly people -- affecting about 30 percent of those aged 70 and older, based on a recent study. It is much less prevalent in younger adults, but when it happens there is cause for concern.

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2018-07-27 11:18:56



Poll: Editing Babies' Genes OK, Up to a Point   

Almost three-quarters of Americans in a new poll approve of gene editing to prevent serious health problems in babies, the Pew Research Center found. But tampering with intelligence is going too far, the survey results show.

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2018-07-27 09:17:10



Beauty Queen Learns: Fingernail Cancer Is Real   

Melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer, can occur anywhere in the body -- including in your nails, as an Illinois beauty queen learned. The key clue: A black vertical line on her thumbnail.

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2018-07-26 19:45:58



ADHD Meds No Help For Healthy Students' Grades   

ADHD drugs like Adderall do not improve, and can actually impair, brain function in healthy students who take the drug hoping for an intelligence boost, a new study has found.

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2018-07-26 18:09:09



Study: Healthier Eating Helps Psoriasis Symptoms   

The closer a person with psoriasis adhered to the Mediterranean diet, which emphasizes fruits, vegetables, grains, fish and healthy fats, the less onerous their psoriasis became, a new French study says.

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2018-07-26 13:14:16



Government Aims to Dictate Your Vitamin Dosages    

Draconian limits on vitamin dosage amounts could be coming if the feds get their way. Action alert! That bottle of 1000mg vitamin D capsules in your medicine cabinet could soon be contraband. Important entities are meeting to discuss how to restrict the kinds of supplements you can take under the guise of "harmonization" of supplement [...]

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2018-07-26 09:36:08



Is State-Driven Healthcare Coming?  

Groups are still working to overturn Obamacare with block grants to states. Action Alert! Conservative groups, including the Heritage Foundation, Galen Institute, former Senator Rick Santorum (R-PA), and others, have released a proposal for repealing Obamacare. While the proposal does not create the consumer-driven, parallel healthcare system that ANH-USA advocates, it contains many ideas and [...]

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2018-07-26 08:40:54



Are Doctors Removing Too Many Thyroids?   

Is the increasing number of thyroid gland removals an overreaction to a cancer that most likely won't kill the people who have it, doctors ask in a new report.

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2018-07-26 06:59:11



Too Few Americans Getting Screened for Cancer: CDC   

Only 36 percent of men aged 50 or older said they had recently gotten a prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test, the researchers reported.

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2018-07-26 06:57:57



New Drug Shows Promise Against Alzheimer's   

A promising new drug appears to be especially good at sopping up toxic pieces of beta amyloid protein that stick together in the brain and form the clumps that are a key characteristic of Alzheimer's disease, researchers say.

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2018-07-26 02:49:13



2 Minute Warning July 26,2018  

Take Action! Join Suzanne Somers In Protecting Bioidentical Hormones

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2018-07-26 01:56:51



Study: You're Probably Not Using Enough Sunscreen   

Typical amounts of SPF 50 sunscreen applied by people -- less than the recommended coverage manufacturers use to determine their SPF rating -- provide only a maximum of 40 percent of the expected protection from the sun's harmful rays, researchers at King's College in London say.

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2018-07-26 01:49:01



Sleeping Pills May Be Risky for Dementia Patients   

Dementia patients who took sleeping pills had a 40 percent higher risk of fractures, and that risk increased with higher doses of the drugs, researchers report. Fractures, particularly hip fractures, increase the risk of premature death, the scientists noted.

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2018-07-25 18:13:28



You Have 11 Seconds to Tell Your Doc What's Wrong   

Doctors interrupted patients who were telling them what's wrong after only 11 seconds and were able to find out the patient's primary reason for the visit only about one-third of the time in a new study conducted by a researcher at the University of Florida.

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2018-07-25 14:57:45



Spiking Insulin Costs Put Patients in Brutal Bind   

Insulin prices have skyrocketed in recent years, on average tripling between 2002 and 2013. One popular brand, NovoLog, increased in list price by 353% from 2001 to 2016.

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2018-07-25 07:39:40



Could Suicide Rise Along With Global Temperatures?   

The researchers concluded that temperature increases could lead to a 1.4 percent increase in suicides in the United States and a 2.3 percent increase in Mexico by 2050. That would add up to  an additional 21,000 suicides in the two countries.

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2018-07-25 06:31:14



Worried About Memory Loss? Cut Your Blood Pressure   

Aggressively lowering high blood pressure to a goal of 120/80—the definition of normal—may trim the risk of developing the kind of thinking and memory changes that lead to dementia by about 15%, compared with people with higher blood pressures, according to new research presented at the 2018 Alzheimer's Association International Conference in Chicago.

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2018-07-25 05:02:23



Treating Depression May Stop Repeat Heart Attack   

The benefit was most clear when it came to the risk of suffering another heart attack: less than 9 percent of antidepressant patients did, compared with over 15 percent of placebo patients, the findings showed.

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2018-07-25 02:36:46



Study: Even Healthy People Get Blood Sugar Spikes   

Even if you don't have diabetes, you may have wild swings in blood sugar after eating some foods, a new study at Stanford has found.

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2018-07-24 17:12:36



The Right Lighting Can Calm Alzheimer's Patients   

Changing the lighting in nursing homes to regulate residents' sleep and wake cycles helped decrease sleep disturbance, depression and agitation in people with Alzheimer's, the authors of a new study say.

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2018-07-24 14:20:35



Could Pot-Linked Drug Help Alzheimer's Agitation?   

Canadian researchers found that a form of synthetic THC - ingredient in pot that gets you high - significantly decreased agitation in a small group of Alzheimer's patients, working even better than the drugs now used.

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2018-07-24 10:04:52



Medications for Alcohol Dependence   

Treatment for alcohol use disorder isn't just 12-step programs. Medication can help people who want to stop drinking or drink significantly less.

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2018-07-24 09:23:52






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