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  • Harvard researchers say certain ADHD medications may increase risk of psychosisCNBC
  • Pesticides in food: Strawberries, spinach, kale have the most residue, a new report findsUSA Today
  • Why Lifting Weights Can Be So Potent for Aging WellNew York Times
  • Food prescriptions may prevent heart disease in 2 million peopleUPI
  • Psychic Mediums Are the New Wellness CoachesNew York Times
  • Exposing babies to foods early may help prevent allergiesUPI
  • Prescription fish oil pill, statin combo may lower heart attack riskUPI
  • Drinking soda linked to 31 percent death risk increaseUPI
  • Apple's heart study signals a new era of medicine, and doctors are debating the resultsCNBC
  • Warren Buffett says US health care must be revamped or the government could make it worseCNBC
  • Eating Too Many Eggs Increases Risk Of Death From Any CauseStudy Finds
  • Drinking lots of soda and sugar-filled coffee could lead to an early deathBusiness Insider
  • Daily low-dose aspirin no longer recommended as heart attack preventative for older adultsCNN
  • TV Can Dumb You DownNew York Times
  • CDC: Number of new flu cases down, but still highUPI
  • When Is The Best Time To Get A Flu Shot? Study Suggests Waiting Until OctoberStudy Finds
  • Amazon takes another step into the medical space by accepting pre-tax health spending accountsCNBC
  • Three or more eggs a day increase your risk of heart disease and early death, study saysCNN
  • Patients prefer doctor video chats over in-person visitsUPI
  • How Big Tobacco Hooked Children on Sugary DrinksNew York Times
  • Everything we know about Haven, the Amazon joint venture to revamp health careCNBC
  • Common household chemicals harm sperm in men, dogsUPI
  • Your Environment Is Cleaner. Your Immune System Has Never Been So Unprepared.New York Times
  • U.S. agencies announce plan to regulate lab-grown meatUPI
  • Beer is now being sold as a ‘wellness’ productMarketwatch
  • Cancer Patients Are Getting Robotic Surgery. There’s No Evidence It’s Better.New York Times
  • Doctor told California man he was dying via robot video-callCBS News
  • Olive oil could help keep stroke at bay for obese AmericansUPI
  • Unvaccinated boy nearly died from tetanus. The cost of his care was almost $1 million.NBC News
  • Flu may have peaked, but experts eye jump in nastier strainNY Post
  • Unvaccinated 6-year-old boy was Oregon's first tetanus case in almost 30 years: reportThe Hill
  • Moderate Drinkers Twice As Likely To Have High Blood PressureStudy Finds
  • 100 drugs can have life-threatening effects if you eat grapefruit or drink grapefruit juice while taking themNew York Times
  • More Americans under the age of 40 are having heart attacksMarketwatch
  • Vaping raises the risk of having a heart attack, biggest ever study saysTelegraph
  • Facebook Has Announced A Multi-Step Plan To Crack Down On Anti-Vax MisinformationBuzzfeed
  • Anti-vaxers' adult son gets measles, now, he has this message for the worldCNN
  • Low-carb diet may increase risk for A-FibUPI
  • A Heart-Healthy Diet May Be Good for the BrainNew York Times
  • Amazon-JPMorgan-Berkshire Health-Care Venture to Be Called HavenBloomberg
  • Fast-Acting Depression Drug, Newly Approved, Could Help MillionsNew York Times
  • Wristwatch heart monitors might save your life—and change medicine, tooMIT Tech Review
  • London patient might be second to be cured of HIVCNN
  • Luke Perry’s death: What causes massive strokes?NY Post
  • This teen defied his mom and got vaccinated. This week, he'll testify to Congress about need for vaccinesCNN
  • Bigger, Saltier, Heavier: Fast Food Since 1986 in 3 Simple ChartsNew York Times
  • Keeping Your House Too Cool Could Lead To Higher Blood Pressure, Study FindsStudy Finds
  • You Can't Make Up for Lost Sleep by Snoozing on the WeekendsSmithsonian
  • CDC: Dangerous flu strain overtakes H1N1 this seasonUPI
  • FDA warns about robotic surgery for cancerAXIOS
  • Millennial depression on the rise, study saysUPI
  • F.D.A. Says Canadian Company, CanaRx, Sells Unsafe Medicines to U.S. BuyersNew York Times
  • Why Sex-Related Infections Are Spreading AgainBloomberg
  • ‘Miraculous’ stem cell therapy has sickened people in five statesWashington Post
  • Larger fast food portions fueling obesity epidemicUPI
  • One dose of Keytruda may put melanoma into remissionUPI
  • Anti-vaxxers face backlash as measles cases surgeWashington Post
  • Using 1 germ to fight another when today's antibiotics failAssociated Press
  • New Parents Don't Get Full Nights Of Sleep For 6 YearsStudy Finds
  • Weed killer chemical glyphosate traces found in beer and wineDaily News
  • The Challenges of a Child’s Report CardNew York Times
  • Berkeley's efforts suggest soda taxes do cut soda salesUPI
  • Pinterest Restricts Vaccine Search Results to Curb Spread of MisinformationNew York Times
  • 'Vaccines Cause Adults': Pediatric staff's response to anti-vaxxers after measles outbreakUSA Today
  • Eating Blueberries Every Day May Lower Blood Pressure As Well As MedicationStudy Finds
  • Now there's an ice cream that claims to help you fall asleepMarketwatch
  • Your Google searches can be used to predict when you're about to go to the ER, researchers findCNBC
  • Taking Regular Vacations May Add Years To Your LifeStudy Finds
  • Teenagers Say Depression and Anxiety Are Major Issues Among Their PeersNew York Times
  • Arizona college student could die because she can't get copies of her medical recordsUSA Today
  • 'It saved my life': Apple Watch, Fitbit are notifying users of medical emergenciesUSA Today
  • Morning exercise may lower blood pressure for older, obese peopleUPI
  • How Many Push-Ups Can You Do? It May Be a Good Predictor of Heart HealthNew York Times
  • People are pumping young blood into their bodies to reverse aging, but the FDA says don't do itCNBC
  • Misinformation online helps fuel measles outbreak, experts sayCBS News
  • Average U.S. Home May Have Air Quality Levels Comparable To 'Polluted Major City'Study Finds
  • The Case Against Cough MedicineNew York Times
  • This year's flu shot is working wellAXIOS
  • Men Who Can Do More Than 40 Push-Ups Far Less Likely To Develop Heart DiseaseStudy Finds
  • Radiation From Smartphones May Impair Memory In TeensStudy Finds
  • Toasters may expose you to more pollution than a busy intersectionNY Post
  • Flu widespread in US with 15.2 million cases since October, but experts see 'low-severity' seasonUSA Today
  • Wife of White House official claims measles 'keep you healthy and fight cancer.' Not quite.USA Today
  • CDC: Flu shot much more effective this yearUPI
  • Searching Tardigrades for Lifesaving SecretsNew York Times
  • EPA plans to regulate cancer-causing chemicals found in America's drinking waterUSA Today
  • Exposure to weed killing products increases risk of cancer by 41 PERCENTGuardian
  • Drinking two or more diet beverages a day linked to high risk of stroke, heart attacksCNN
  • Breast pumps may transfer wrong kind of bacteria to babies, increasing risk of asthma, scientist warnsTelegraph
  • Deadly ‘zombie’ deer disease could possibly spread to humansFox News
  • Avoid these 'ultraprocessed' foods and you might live longerCNN
  • Brucella bacteria found in raw milk bought in 19 states: CDCDaily News
  • A man's heart attack may have been triggered by a cannabis lollipop that was 12 times stronger than a typical jointBusiness Insider
  • Medical Expenses Contribute To Two-Thirds Of Bankruptcy Filings In U.S.Study Finds
  • Eating Processed Foods Tied to Shorter LifeNew York Times
  • Apple is getting so serious about health, it's started hosting heart-health events at Apple StoresCNBC
  • FDA announces plan to increase oversight of supplementsUPI
  • Need a Breath of Fresh Air? Hotels to the Rescue.New York Times
  • Ultra-processed foods push death risk upUPI
  • Half Of Parents Worry Flu Shot Makes Children Sick, Third Believe It Doesn't Work At AllStudy Finds
  • A.I. Shows Promise as a Physician AssistantNew York Times
  • Your Company Wants to Know if You’ve Lost WeightWall Street Journal
  • Unvaccinated teens are fact-checking their parents — and trying to get shots on their ownWashington Post
  • Hospital Mergers Improve Health? Evidence Shows the OppositeNew York Times
  • New voices at the bedside: Amazon, Google, Microsoft, and AppleSTAT NEWS
  • Those Daily 'Brain Farts' May Be Sign You've Suffered A 'Silent Stroke'Study Finds
  • Violent Video Games Linked To Increased Physical, Aggressive Behavior In ChildrenStudy Finds
  • Harvard scientists found a link between smoking weed and higher sperm countQuartz
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