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19 Apr

Overweight Breast Cancer Survivors At Increased Risk Of Second Cancers

Excess body weight in breast cancer survivors linked to increased risk of second primary cancers. The link was strongest for obesity-related cancers and second breast cancers, researchers say.

16 Apr

Starting School Later Helps Kids Get More Sleep, Study finds

Middle and high school students see biggest improvements in sleep duration and quality with later school start times, while elementary students experience no negative impact, researchers say

15 Apr

HealthDay Now: How to curb prostate cancer

A conversation with Anna Plym, PhD, postdoctoral fellow and prostate cancer researcher at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, about what men can do to minimize the chance of developing prostate cancer

AHA News: Sorting Folklore From Fact on the Health Benefits of Garlic

AHA News: Sorting Folklore From Fact on the Health Benefits of Garlic

Garlic is a food of legends, supposedly capable of providing protection against everything from common colds to heart disease – not to mention vampires and werewolves.

But does it really ward off as many health ills as its reputation suggests?

"That might be a stretch," said Kristina Petersen, an assistant professor in the departme...

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  • April 19, 2021
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Epidural in Delivery Not Linked to Autism: Study

Epidural in Delivery Not Linked to Autism: Study

In news that should reassure many pregnant women, having an epidural during childbirth won't increase the child's risk of autism, researchers report.

The new findings refute a widely criticized 2020 study that said epidurals were associated with a 37% higher risk of autism.

Experts said that study didn't account for numerous socioe...

Are You Eating Foods That Harm Your 'Microbiome'?

Are You Eating Foods That Harm Your 'Microbiome'?

MONDAY, April 19, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- People who eat plenty of vegetables, fish and fiber may have more inflammation-fighting bacteria in their guts, but fast-food lovers may be feeding inflammatory microbes.

That's the conclusion of a new study that looked at people's diet habits and the makeup of their gut "microb...

  • Amy Norton HealthDay Reporter
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  • April 19, 2021
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Half of American Adults Have Now Gotten at Least One COVID Vaccine Shot

Half of American Adults Have Now Gotten at Least One COVID Vaccine Shot

Half of all Americans aged 18 or older have now gotten at least one shot in the arm of a COVID-19 vaccine, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Sunday.

The agency said that almost 130 million people -- 50.4% of the U.S. adult population -- have received at least one dose of vaccine, while almost 84 million adults, ...

  • Ernie Mundell HealthDay Reporter
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  • April 19, 2021
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Many Employees Have Mixed Feelings as Offices Reopen

Many Employees Have Mixed Feelings as Offices Reopen

Bye-bye Zoom meetings: As America begins to emerge from the pandemic, many companies are welcoming employees back into physical work spaces.

But Taylor Villanueva, an entrepreneurship specialist at the Girl Scouts of Orange County, counts herself among the millions of Americans who might be feeling just a little anxious about that transit...

  • Sarah D. Collins HealthDay Reporter
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  • April 19, 2021
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Is It Allergies or COVID? Expert Shows How to Tell the Difference

Is It Allergies or COVID? Expert Shows How to Tell the Difference

Seasonal allergies are striking this year at the worst possible time, with the United States in the midst of a fourth wave of the global COVID-19 pandemic.

You've got an itchy nose and watery eyes. Or maybe you've got a fever and a sore throat. Or you've developed a cough and you have trouble breathing.

Is it COVID-19, or just your u...

  • Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter
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  • April 19, 2021
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