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27 Jan

What is the DASH Diet and Why Is It a Top Choice among Experts?

The DASH Diet is highly recommended for overall health and heart disease prevention. Find out how it works.

1 in 8 Older Americans May Be 'Junk Food Addicts,' Poll Finds

1 in 8 Older Americans May Be 'Junk Food Addicts,' Poll Finds

It may be that as many as 13% of older adults are addicted to highly processed comfort foods, a new survey finds.

Craving cookies, chips, packaged snacks and soda was seen in adults aged 50 to 80, according to new data from the National Poll on Healthy Aging, from the University of Michigan Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation.

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Medicare Will Save U.S. Billions Negotiating Drug Prices

Medicare Will Save U.S. Billions Negotiating Drug Prices

The U.S. government could save billions every year once Medicare begins negotiating drug prices in 2026, new research suggests.

The Inflation Reduction Act passed by Congress last year allows Medicare to bargain with drug companies on the prices of 10 of the highest-priced drugs in 2026 before adding 15 more in 2027, 15 more in 2028 and 20...

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  • January 30, 2023
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U.S. Parents Face Big Disparities in Access to Autism Care Services

U.S. Parents Face Big Disparities in Access to Autism Care Services

Autism services are harder to find in many of the places where Black, Hispanic and Native American families live, new research shows.

It's known that there are racial disparities in U.S. families' receipt of autism services — ranging from diagnosis and behavioral therapy to school and community programs.

The new study high...

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  • January 30, 2023
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Troubling Signs TB Is Gaining Resistance Against Combo Antibiotics

Troubling Signs TB Is Gaining Resistance Against Combo Antibiotics

New drugs may be needed to fight the deadliest form of tuberculosis, because it may no longer respond to current treatments.

An animal study by Johns Hopkins University researchers found that an approved antibiotic regimen may not work for TB meningitis due to multidrug-resistant strains. Small human studies have also provided evidence tha...

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  • January 30, 2023
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Fear of Public Spaces Is Common in People With Epilepsy

Fear of Public Spaces Is Common in People With Epilepsy

Many adults with epilepsy have agoraphobia, or a fear of public places, new research suggests.

That impacts quality of life and is something doctors should include in other screening that looks for anxiety or depression, the investigators said.

"We know that agoraphobia can lead to delays in patient care because of a reluctance to g...

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  • January 30, 2023
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Gum Disease Treatments Lose Their Punch in Heavy Smokers

Gum Disease Treatments Lose Their Punch in Heavy Smokers

Treatments for gum disease may have little benefit for heavy smokers, new research shows.

The study findings suggest the need to rethink treatment of the common gum disease periodontitis, according to researchers from Aarhus University in Denmark.

“To our surprise, we could see that the disease had actually grown worse in some para...

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