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Medical Xpress
A first: Drug lowers heart risks by curbing inflammation
Medical Xpress
For the first time, a drug has helped prevent heart attacks by curbing inflammation, a new and very different approach than lowering cholesterol, the focus for many years. People on the drug also had surprisingly lower cancer death rates, especially ...

Fox News
Health professionals report cases where people put sunscreen on their eyeballs to watch eclipse
Fox News
A health professional in California reported cases where eclipse-viewers sought medical treatment because they put sunscreen on their eyeballs to view last week's solar eclipse. KRCTV.com reported that these individuals applied the sunscreen because ...

Medical Xpress
Higher coffee consumption associated with lower risk of death
Medical Xpress
Higher coffee consumption is associated with a lower risk of death, according to research presented today at ESC Congress. The observational study in nearly 20 000 participants suggests that coffee can be part of a healthy diet in healthy people ...

HuffPost
Flame Retardants Linked To Lower Fertility Rates In Women
HuffPost
The results are concerning — but don't go shopping for a new couch just yet. By Anna Almendrala. 110. New research examining the link between common flame retardant chemicals and fertility rates finds that women with higher levels of the chemicals in ...

The Mercury News
Vitamin B causes cancer in men?
The Mercury News
The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force is deliberating whether vitamin supplements make any difference in the average person's risk of heart disease or cancer. By Karen D'Souza | kdsouza@bayareanewsgroup.com | Bay Area News Group. PUBLISHED: ...

The Spokesman-Review
Mosquitoes found in Schuylkill County test positive for West Nile virus
Republican & Herald
Eight municipalities in Schuylkill County have had mosquitoes test positive for the West Nile virus this year. Those mosquitoes were found in Cressona, Schuylkill Haven, Gilberton, Frackville and Tamaqua boroughs, and Rush, Mahanoy and West Mahanoy ...

The Conversation US
The opioid epidemic is finally a national emergency – eight years too late
The Conversation US
People without ID, like Steven Kemp, are sometimes turned away from the country's already threadbare system of drug treatment centers. Matt Rourke/AP Photo. The opioid epidemic is finally a national emergency – eight years too late. August 27, 2017 ...

MadameNoire
Aetna May Have Accidentally Disclosed HIV Status Of Over 10000 Consumers
MadameNoire
Health insurance provider Aetna is under fire due to potentially disclosing the HIV status of over 10,000 consumers, and it's all because of a mishap with the office supplies order. Huff Post reports letters about HIV medication were sent to about 12 ...

Huffington Post
Mental Illness And Violence: Myths And Facts
Huffington Post
Blaming mental illness for the current wave of violence in the world is at best laziness and opportunism and at worst totally unhelpful, because much of the information provided by the media is incorrect and does nothing more than perpetuate the stigma ...

Medical News Today
Popular in high school? You may be miserable as an adult, study says
Peoria Journal Star
Were you the cool kid in high school? Adolescent popularity may take a toll on your mental health later on, according to a new study. A group of researchers from the University of Virginia recently conducted a study, which was published in Child ...

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