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01 Jun

Why Do Male Infants ‘Talk’ More During the First Year of Life?

A new study finds male infants make more vowel- and word-like sounds during the first year of life, but then lose that early advantage.

31 May

Are You Getting Enough Sleep? Tips To Improve Your Sleep Cycle

Getting a good night’s sleep could add years to your life. Are you getting enough sleep?

30 May

Best Time of Day to Exercise for Blood Sugar Control

People with type 2 diabetes who exercise in the afternoon experience the greatest reduction in blood sugar levels, new study finds.

FDA Approves Pfizer's RSV Shot for Older Adults

FDA Approves Pfizer's RSV Shot for Older Adults

Older adults may have a second vaccine option for RSV following the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's approval of a Pfizer vaccine on Wednesday.

The other shot for adults 60 and up is made by GSK. It was approved May 3.

Both should be available by fall, before the seasonal spread of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), T...

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  • June 1, 2023
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Helping Others as Volunteers Helps Kids 'Flourish': Study

Helping Others as Volunteers Helps Kids 'Flourish': Study

Kids who devote some of their free time to volunteer work may not only help others, but also themselves.

That's according to a new study that found U.S. kids who spend time in community service are often thriving, physically and mentally.

Overall, kids who'd volunteered in the past year were in better physical health, had a more posi...

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  • June 1, 2023
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Canada to Become 1st Country to Mandate Warning Labels on Individual Cigarettes

Canada to Become 1st Country to Mandate Warning Labels on Individual Cigarettes

THURSDAY, June 1, 2023 (HealthDay News) – Smokers in Canada will soon see health warnings on each and every cigarette they light up..

The country will be the first in the world to print these warnings directly on individual cigarettes.

“This bold step will make health warning messages virtually unavoidable, and together with upda...

  • Cara Murez HealthDay Reporter
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  • June 1, 2023
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U.S. Teen Birth Rate Hits Another Historic Low

U.S. Teen Birth Rate Hits Another Historic Low

Births to teen moms in the United States reached a historic low in 2022, dropping 3% from the previous year, a new government report shows.

Teenage births fell among both younger teens, ages 15 to 17, and older teens, aged 18 to 19, the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention reported Thursday.

With exceptions in ...

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  • June 1, 2023
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Nova Scotia Wildfires Sending Unhealthy 'Smoke Plume' to U.S. Northeast

Nova Scotia Wildfires Sending Unhealthy 'Smoke Plume' to U.S. Northeast

Large, uncontrolled wildfires in Nova Scotia are creating unhealthy air in the Northeast region of the United States, including parts of Connecticut.

This significant smoke plume is likely to cause elevated levels of fine particulate matter, the American Lung Association warned in its alert. Particulate matter contains microscopic solids o...

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  • June 1, 2023
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Most Injection Drug Users Are Not Seeking Out Fentanyl: Study

Most Injection Drug Users Are Not Seeking Out Fentanyl: Study

Many Americans who inject illicit drugs are unknowingly getting fentanyl mixed in with their heroin, which can increase their risk for overdose and perhaps their tolerance for the drug.

About 80% of injection drug users in New York City test positive for fentanyl, but only 18% intended to use that drug, according to research from NYU ...

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  • June 1, 2023
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