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  • Artificial trans fats, widely linked to heart disease, are officially bannedWashington Post
  • Losing weight may help reduce arthritic knee pain, study saysUPI
  • Weight loss can lead to pain reductionABC News
  • Leave those kids alone: 'helicopter parenting' linked to behavioural problemsGuardian
  • Women who wake up early are less likely to develop depressionHarpers Bazaar
  • Foods that are both fatty and sweet can hijack the part of the brain that regulates food consumptionLA Times
  • 32 of the most dangerous things science has strongly linked to cancerBusiness Insider
  • Spanking ineffective for disciplineUPI
  • How party dips can give you Norovirus and even HERPESDaily Mail
  • Almost half of diabetics skip medical care due to costsCBS News
  • Millennials on track to have worse health problems than their parents by middle ageTelegraph
  • Gaming addiction is now officially classified as a mental disorderABC News
  • People’s egos get bigger after meditation and yogaQuartz
  • This plant causes 3rd-degree burns, permanent blindnessNY Post
  • Sunlight may guard against colon cancerUPI
  • Harvard Study: These 5 Healthy Habits Can Add Decade To Your LifeStudy Finds
  • Device Helps Burn Fat And Build Muscle Without Hitting The GymCBS News
  • Pizza carries a payload that sends your brain haywire - and makes you eat moreNBC News
  • Business travel, which looks glamorous, makes people depressed and anxiousCNBC
  • The Mystery Around Middle-Age SuicidesWall Street Journal
  • Errors Trigger Retraction Of Study On Mediterranean Diet's Heart BenefitsNPR
  • 8 Hours Of Sleep An Easy Antidote For Depression, AnxietyStudy Finds
  • Fitness Fanatics Have Higher Incomes, More Sex Than Couch PotatoesStudy Finds
  • Higher blood pressure increases risk for dementiaUPI
  • Balanced diet may lower cancer death risk by more than halfUPI
  • Regular Aerobic Exercise Makes Your Brain BiggerStudy Finds
  • U.S. obesity rates rising againUPI
  • One-third of common medications can make people depressedUPI
  • New drug prevents cancer cells' growth, survivalUPI
  • This Breathalyzer Aims to Predict CancerBloomberg
  • Too Much Work Stress Linked To Atrial FibrillationStudy Finds
  • Impotence may be sign of heart problemsUPI
  • Walkable neighborhoods might lower kids' asthma riskUPI
  • Your kitchen towels could give you food poisoningUSA Today
  • Rising carbon dioxide levels are making food less nutritious – and it could cause a malnutrition crisisBusiness Insider
  • U.S. babies, toddlers consume sugar well beyond recommended levelsUPI
  • Coffee may decrease risk for liver conditionsUPI
  • Lifestyle modifications can quickly lower blood pressure, study saysUPI
  • Fed up with rising costs, big U.S. firms dig into healthcareReuters
  • Loneliness really is bad for your heart, according to a new studyBusiness Insider
  • Hospitals Address Widespread Doctor BurnoutWall Street Journal
  • Adding Ayurvedic Formula Plus Probiotics To Diet Could Help You Live LongerInquisitr
  • Buffett, Dimon and Bezos's top pick to fix health care: Geisinger CEO David FeinbergCNBC
  • Having tonsils out 'triples' risk of asthmaTelegraph
  • Negative experiences on social media may increase depression riskUPI
  • The hunt is over. Buffett, Dimon and Bezos found the person they want to fix health careCNBC
  • How toxic is your bedroom? It’s no safe haven and is full of dangers you’ve NEVER even thought ofDaily Mail
  • Sex Rarely Associated With Sudden Cardiac ArrestStudy Finds
  • The US Army’s new algorithm tells you how much caffeine will hit your body’s peak performanceQuartz
  • Taking aspirin with acid reducers can slow advance of esophogeal cancerGuardian
  • Children with asthma at greater need for flu shot, study saysUPI
  • From Chaos To Calm: A Life Changed By KetamineNPR
  • Lazy cooks are more likely to get cancerTelegraph
  • Cooks using ready-made sauces more at risk of breast cancer, study revealsThe Sun
  • Many women with common breast cancer can safely skip chemo, study saysCNN
  • Doctors handing out too many antibiotics harms cancer survival chancesTelegraph
  • Americans pay twice as much as Canadians for health care but don't get twice the benefitCNN
  • 'Holy grail of cancer research': doctors positive about early detection blood testGuardian
  • Four more die in E.Coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuceReuters
  • Daily Brisk Walk May Significantly Lengthen LifespanStudy Finds
  • 'Holy grail' blood test could detect cancer long before tumors developTelegraph
  • Nanorobots help remove bacteria, toxins from bloodUPI
  • Metabolically healthy overweight women at increased risk for heart diseaseUPI
  • Study casts doubt on 'healthy obesity'BBC
  • Why divorce is bad for your health (like, really bad)Marketwatch
  • Technology companies could soon drive down health care costs, says Mary MeekerCNBC
  • Ibuprofen, Acetaminophen Better Than Opioids At Treating Dental PainStudy Finds
  • High-protein diets are linked to heightened risk for heart failure, even for vegetariansQuartz
  • Atkins diet may cause heart failure, major new protein study findsTelegraph
  • To Lower Your Medicare Drug Costs, Ask Your Pharmacist For The Cash PriceNPR
  • Most popular vitamin supplements are essentially uselessBusiness Insider
  • AI better at finding skin cancer than doctors: studyAFP
  • Too Much Job Strain Can Lead To Depression By Age 50Study Finds
  • Early Childhood Obesity Might Be Linked To Low IQ ScoresInquisitr
  • Sleeping in at the weekend could add years to your lifeMarketwatch
  • Obesity may offer protection when severe infection strikesUPI
  • Chicken safety fear as chlorine washing fails bacteria testsGuardian
  • Harvard scientists say these 5 things can prolong your life by a decadeMarketwatch
  • Mussels in Puget Sound testing positive for opioidsUPI
  • Food firms could face litigation over neuromarketing to hijack brainsGuardian
  • Sleep in this weekend -- you might live longerCNN
  • Study Links Some Antidepressants, Bipolar Medications, Parkinson's Drugs To DementiaCBS News
  • Severe eczema linked to increased risk for heart attack, strokeUPI
  • More fish in the diet could boost sex lives and fertilityUPI
  • The ten-point plan that cuts the risk of cancer by 40 percentDaily Mail
  • Cutting out bacon, sausage and booze could reduce your risk of cancer by up to 40 percentBusiness Insider
  • Obesity now linked to 12 different cancersGuardian
  • Lung cancer rates in young women raise concernsCBS News
  • One-third of adults may need blood pressure drugs under new guidelinesUPI
  • Toxins in BBQ fumes can be absorbed through the skin, study showsUPI
  • All the ways marijuana can hurt your healthNY Post
  • House Approves Giving Terminally Ill Quicker Access to Experimental DrugsWall Street Journal
  • ER doctors: Most hospitals aren't ready for a mass tragedyUPI
  • Cancer deaths in U.S. decline again, but prostate cancer death rate creeping upUPI
  • Berries and grapes may keep you breathin' easyUPI
  • Breakthrough new theory suggests most leukaemia is preventableThe Independent
  • Egg a day tied to lower risk of heart diseaseReuters
  • Belly fat linked to lower levels of vitamin DUPI
  • Regular exercise 'keeps arteries youthful'BBC
  • Removing shoes when entering the house could help people stay slim, scientists claimTelegraph
  • Dozens Of Studies Confirm Too Much Screen Time Especially Damaging To A Child’s SleepStudy Finds
  • Pools, hot tubs can harbor dangerous germsUPI
  • Bill Gates says a pandemic flu could kill 30 million people — these are the deadly diseases that scare experts the mostBusiness Insider
  • An experimental cancer treatment cured this dog. Could it work for people?Boston Globe
  • Skipping Breakfast Regularly Could Lead To Hardening Of ArteriesStudy Finds
  • Common cold cure on horizon after new drug successfully kills multiple strains of the virusTelegraph
  • Researchers fear deadly new pig virus could spread to humansTelegraph
  • Breathing polluted air during pregnancy tied to health risk for kidsCBS News
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