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More patients need follow-up surgeries after knee …

WebAccording to the researchers, the rate at which U.S. patients who underwent total knee replacement required follow-up surgery is expected to rise by up to 182% by 2030.. Investigators looked at a

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Study finds link between too much niacin intake and …

WebThe results are important because they uncover a previously unknown driver of heart disease, according to Dr. Stanley Hazen, director of Cleveland Clinic's Center for …

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Florida surgeon general defers to parents over CDC …

WebIn January, the CDC issued a warning to health providers to be on alert for more measles cases. Infected people are contagious starting four days before a rash develops and up to four days afterward.

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Women may realize health benefits of regular exercise …

WebWomen also reaped the same rewards as men, but in less time. With moderate aerobic exercise, they reached the 18% reduced risk point in half as much time as men: …

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WebHealth News // 2 days ago Pet-friendly health, lodging services could benefit homeless people One in 10 homeless people has a pet, and one-stop health clinics where both …

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AI outperforms ophthalmologists in diagnosing …

WebHealth News // 1 day ago. Switch to electric vehicles could prevent child asthma attacks. If all cars and trucks sold in America were "zero emission" by 2040 and the country's electric grid was

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CDC weighs new guidance to loosen COVID-19 isolation

WebLoosening the guidelines "sweeps this serious illness under the rug," Dr. Lara Jirmanus, a clinical instructor at Harvard Medical School and member of the …

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Genetic tests could evaluate risk for 10 common illnesses

WebBy Dennis Thompson, HealthDay News. The tests evaluate a person's specific genetic risk for conditions like atrial fibrillation, breast cancer, kidney disease, heart disease, high cholesterol

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Study finds microplastics in human placentas

WebHealth News // 1 day ago Mercury levels in tuna unchanged since 1971 Mercury levels in tuna haven't changed since 1971, despite efforts to reduce emissions of the toxic metal into the environment

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Mental health care remains inaccessible to many …

WebThe rate of serious psychological distress among adults rose from 3.5% to 4.2% from 2018 to 2021. Although outpatient mental health care also increased overall - …

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People who exercise regularly are more likely to live longer

WebPeople who met the recommended exercise amounts were about 25% to 31% less likely to die of heart disease or stroke, versus their sedentary peers. Their risk of …

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Study: Dietary supplements fail versus prescription drugs with …

WebOf them, 90%, or nine out of 10 brands, had an inaccurate amount of galantamine listed on the label, and 30%, or three out of 10 brands, were contaminated …

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Healthcare costs top issues of concern for U.S. voters ahead of

WebAbout half of voters (48%) said healthcare costs are a major reason for their negative views of the economy, and heathcare worries top the list, regardless of …

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Healthy lifestyle may reduce risk of irritable bowel syndrome

WebThey found that people who adopted one of those behaviors had a 21% lower risk, while two were associated with a 36% lower risk, and three to five with a 42% lower …

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Experts offer tips for preventing injuries during winter weather

WebNYC health officials advise citizens to stay off bodies of water that are frozen over, unless signs indicate that walking or skating is safe. Kids, especially, should never …

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Workplace injuries rise after states legalize recreational

WebAfter states legalize the sale of weed for recreational use, on-the-job injuries rise among younger workers, new research shows. U.S. Bureau of Labor statistics for …

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Plant-based diet may prevent obstructive sleep apnea

WebFor this study, the team analyzed responses from more than 14,000 participants in a regular U.S. survey on health and nutrition. This is the first large-scale …

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Many clinics still don't offer telehealth for mental health needs

WebAmong clinics that offered telehealth, counseling services for mental health issues were most common: 97% of clinics offered such services, the report found. …

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South Korea raises health crisis level to ‘severe’ over

WebThe South Korean government raised a health crisis alert to its highest level of "severe" on Friday, as a protest by doctors over medical school admissions has led …

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Wendy Williams diagnosed with aphasia, dementia amid health

WebWilliams, 59, was previously diagnosed with Graves' disease and lymphedema. She sought treatment at a wellness center in 2022 after being off the air since October …

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Police release interview footage from bullied LGBTQ+ teen who died

WebNex Benedict, a nonbinary Oklahoma teen who died this month shortly after being attacked in a school bathroom, is shown during a police interview conducted in an …

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On This Day, Feb. 25: Cave of the Patriarchs massacre kills 32

WebFeb. 25 (UPI) --On this date in history: In 1791, the First Bank of the U.S. at Philadelphia became the first national bank chartered by Congress. Advertisement In …

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Alcohol death at frat party

WebJames Callahan, 18, of North Bergen, was pronounced dead Friday morning at the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick, where he had been …

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Largest Hindu temple in North America to hold first Sunday

WebThe service at BAPS Swaminarayan Akshardham in Robbinsville Township is planned from 4:45 to 8 p.m. EDT, with the temple's spiritual leader Mahant Swami …

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Duro-Test Corp., a light bulb maker, announced Thursday that.

WebDuro-Test President Kevin Shanley said that the deal being considered would extend TCA's tender offer 10 days and raise the price to $14.75 per share plus …

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