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  • Doctors Say The Mediterranean Diet Can Reduce Cardiovascular Risk By A QuarterInquisitr
  • Energy drinks may make you five times more likely to have a strokeDaily Mail
  • Virtual reality to help detect early risk of Alzheimer’sGuardian
  • Stress in the evening harder on body than at other times: studyUPI
  • CDC says U.S. flu season off to slow startUPI
  • Boys need better access to mental health care. Why aren’t they getting it?NBC News
  • Heavy backpacks hazardous to kids’ healthCBS News
  • Amazon has explored getting into consumer health diagnostics — testing for disease at homeCNBC
  • Huge, High-Calorie Portions At Restaurants A Serious Problem WorldwideStudy Finds
  • Even small amounts of processed meat increase the risk of colorectal cancerNew York Times
  • Disturbing Food Safety Violations in Sports StadiumsBleacher Report
  • Why are hundreds of US children suffering from a paralyzing illness?Guardian
  • Alzheimer's is linked to blood transfusionsDaily Mail
  • Alzheimer's could be triggered by medical procedures, study suggestsTelegraph
  • Stethoscopes loaded with bacteria, including staph, study findsCBS News
  • Average hospital outpatient visit cost approaching $500UPI
  • Obesity at fault for one quarter of cancers worldwide, study saysUPI
  • Restaurant meals 'less healthy than fast food'BBC
  • A doctor explains why gut health is as important as heart healthBoston Globe
  • The Bitterness Of Coffee Is Actually Why You Love It So Much, Study FindsStudy Finds
  • Christmas Is a Peak Time for Heart AttacksNew York Times
  • Starting School Later Really Does Help Teens Get SleepNew York Times
  • Apple now has dozens of doctors on staff, showing it's serious about health techCNBC
  • Is Aerobic Exercise the Key to Successful Aging?New York Times
  • BMI, overall health are connected after all, study saysUPI
  • Eating a lot of red meat can change how your kidneys work, study findsNBC News
  • Puzzles, games may keep brain sharp in agingUPI
  • Here's why you should avoid hospitals this holiday season (if at all possible)Marketwatch
  • Why the annual flu jab could help people with heart problems live longerTelegraph
  • Why red meat paves the way to heart disease (but cutting it out could lower your risk within a month)Daily Mail
  • What is behind the spread of a mysterious allergy to meat?Guardian
  • 2 new studies: Diet rich in red meat can lead to the development of cardiovascular diseaseBoston Globe
  • Coffee could fight Parkinson's disease, study saysUPI
  • Study: Statins have low risk of side effectsUPI
  • More than seven hours of screen time a day changes the structure of a child's brain, scientists claimTelegraph
  • Groundbreaking study examines effects of screen time on kidsCBS News
  • More blood pressure meds recalled due to carcinogenUPI
  • Sleeping too much can be just as damaging to your health as having too littleMarketwatch
  • Increasing statin dose could prevent thousands of heart attacks and stokes a yearTelegraph
  • Woman dies from brain-eating amoeba after using tap water in her neti potCNN
  • 7 In 10 Teens Don't Get Enough Sleep, Raising Risk For Drug Use, Suicidal ThoughtsStudy Finds
  • Older Americans Are Flocking to Medical MarijuanaNew York Times
  • Children Move Less Starting at Age 6New York Times
  • Apple Watch can now detect your irregular heart rhythms and other problems: Here's how it worksCNBC
  • Snacking could trigger heart disease and deadly diabetes - and it's not because it makes you fatThe Sun
  • Six to 8 Hours a Night May Be the Sweet Spot for SleepNew York Times
  • Infections May Raise The Risk Of Mental Illness In ChildrenNPR
  • Demand for doctors in U.S. jumpsUPI
  • Infection risk spikes after hip surgery, study saysUPI
  • Most people lie to their doctors, study saysUPI
  • One More Reason To Always Have Dinner As A Family: Your Kids Will Eat HealthierStudy Finds
  • Being lonely can be as bad for you as smoking.Business Insider
  • Few Americans have optimal 'metabolic health'UPI
  • Scientists develop 10-minute universal cancer testGuardian
  • Standing Up At Your Desk To Lose Weight? You're Wasting Your TimeStudy Finds
  • Accepting Alzheimer's, One Lost Memory at a TimeNew York Times
  • Giving Patients a Voice in Their Mental Health Care Before They're Too Ill to Have a SayNew York Times
  • Frailty is not inevitable in old age for those with a healthy heartTelegraph
  • Nine in 10 adults have unhealthy lifestylesTelegraph
  • Elderly should try weight training and protein powdersTelegraph
  • The risk of statins outweigh the benefits for millions of heart patientsDaily Mail
  • CDC says polio-like illness AFM 'appears to have peaked'CNN
  • Amazon: The world's fastest growing healthcare company?Business Insider
  • A Reason to Think Twice About Your Child’s ADHD DiagnosisWall Street Journal
  • The Secret to Good Health May Be a Walk in the ParkNew York Times
  • CDC warns of exotic ticks spreading across the nation that may carry diseasesUSA Today
  • How Much Protein Do You Really Need?NPR
  • Kids With Concussions Can Phase In Exercise, Screen Time Sooner Than BeforeNPR
  • Diabetics Take Extreme Measures as Insulin Costs SoarWall Street Journal
  • The Placenta, an Afterthought No LongerNew York Times
  • Drink or Breathe? Babies Have to Do BothNew York Times
  • Why Hospitals Should Let You SleepNew York Times
  • Dark web dealers voluntarily ban deadly fentanylGuardian
  • Just 12 Percent Of American Adults Are Metabolically HealthyStudy Finds
  • The FDA just approved a drug that targets cancers based on DNA, rather than where the tumor is in your bodyBusiness Insider
  • Warning: Do not drink tap water on planesLA Times
  • Anger as Harvard professor says portion of fries should contain just sixStandard
  • School in Ohio no longer accepts religious belief as excuse to not vaccinate childrenThe Independent
  • US sex disease EPIDEMIC: Huge rise in chlamydia and gonorrhoea casesDaily Star
  • A portion of fries should only contain SIX, Harvard professor declaresDaily Mail
  • 'Angry, apathetic and depressed': Burnout among physicians a pervasive problemNBC News
  • Invasive tick species spreads to 9 states, raises potential health concerns, CDC saysFox News
  • Some children with polio-like illness may be misdiagnosed, doctors sayCBS News
  • Only 60 percent of U.S. seniors got flu shots this seasonUPI
  • You have two ages, chronological and biological. Here's why it mattersCNN
  • Doctors banned in one state can work in another.USA Today
  • What Are the Effects of Vitamin B12 Deficiency?New York Times
  • As Measles Surges, 'Decades of Progress' Are in JeopardyNew York Times
  • Liquid diet for type 2 diabetes patients puts condition into remissionStandard
  • Mom told she had six months to live with 25 brain tumors finds 'internet cure'The Sun
  • Bowel movement: the push to change the way you pooGuardian
  • Curry increases exercise capacity in mice with heart failureUPI
  • Study: Yo-yo diets can increase death riskUPI
  • Losing just two hours of sleep makes you angrierNY Post
  • Over half of Americans delay or don't get health care because they can't afford itCNBC
  • Snoring is dangerous to WOMEN and increases their risk of heart attackDaily Mail
  • These Tainted Supplements Led To Prolonged Erections And Even Surgery In Some MenBuzzfeed
  • Number Of U.S. Kids Who Don't Have Health Insurance Is On The RiseNPR
  • Endurance exercise may slow aging, but not strength trainingUPI
  • You Don't Want French Fries With ThatNew York Times
  • Living in a affluent but unfriendly neighborhood is bad for your health, study findsTelegraph
  • Apple Watch could add two years to your lifeTelegraph
  • Woman's head doubles in size after horrific allergic reaction to common hair dyeMirror
  • Diet a top cause of illness and death globallyDeutsche Welle
  • A sauna four times a week drastically cuts your risk of heart diseaseDaily Mail
  • 'Diabolical' diets: four in 10 children consume sugary drinks every dayGuardian
  • Youngest kids in class may be over-diagnosed with ADHDCBS News
  • Study Warns of Cascading Health Risks From the Changing ClimateNew York Times
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