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  • 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
  • Nearly all teens in U.S. short on sleep, exerciseUPI
  • New York City Cracks Down on CBD Edibles, Saying the Cannabis Derivative Is UnsafeNew York Times
  • Hospitals' prices keep going upAXIOS
  • Obesity Tied to Higher Cancer Rates in Younger PeopleNew York Times
  • An end to food allergies?CBS News
  • Many Children Are Overdoing It on the Toothpaste, C.D.C. Study SaysNew York Times
  • Study: E-Cigarettes Increase Risk Of Stroke, Heart Attack, Heart DiseaseStudy Finds
  • When Is the Surgeon Too Old to Operate?New York Times
  • Researchers find dementia patients have different gut bacteriaUPI
  • Heavy Drinking May Change DNA, Causing Increased Cravings For AlcoholStudy Finds
  • Are ‘Natural Flavors’ Really Natural?New York Times
  • Shortage of Anxiety Drug Leaves Patients ScramblingNew York Times
  • Measles cases confirmed in 3 new states amid Washington outbreakABC News
  • Stocks making the biggest moves premarket: $UNA $ULVR $JPM $BRKA $AMZN $UNH $BAC $GS $UNFI $GM $WYNN $MDLZ $PYPL $V $QCOM $BX $TGE $TSLA $FB $MSFT $UPS $HSY $GE $DWDPCNBC
  • Nearly half of US adults have cardiovascular disease, study saysCNN
  • Arsenic and Lead Are in Your Fruit Juice: What You Need to KnowConsumer Reports
  • Vaping linked to increased risk for stroke, heart attackUPI
  • Consumer Reports finds heavy metals in fruit juicesUPI
  • Apple's foray into health care is focused squarely on patient dataAXIOS
  • Frostbite, hypothermia could develop quickly in extremely frigid tempsTribune
  • Patients Suffer As Insurers And Big Health Systems Spar For Market ShareNPR
  • Researchers Find Correlation Between Rising Temperatures, Antibiotic ResistanceStudy Finds
  • Fast or slow weight loss makes no difference, study saysUPI
  • Old emails hold new clues to Coca-Cola and CDC's controversial relationshipCNN
  • We’ll have a cure for cancer within a year, scientists claimNY Post
  • Toddler development delayed by too much screentime, research suggestsThe Independent
  • Generation of child web addicts: Youngsters are becoming so obsessed with the internet they spend more time on YouTube than with friendsDaily Mail
  • Which Allergens Are in Your Food? You Can't Always Tell From the LabelsNew York Times
  • Lowering blood pressure may protect against dementia, large study discoversNBC News
  • A cure for cancer? Israeli scientists say they think they found oneJerusalem Post
  • Half Of Doctors Considering Leaving Medicine - Because Of Health Insurance HeadachesStudy Finds
  • For Real Weight Control, Try Portion ControlNew York Times
  • Number of parents forgoing vaccines with doctor's OK is surging in CaliforniaNBC News
  • Male Hockey Fans More Likely To Suffer Heart Attack After Thrilling VictoryStudy Finds
  • These Patients Had Sickle-Cell Disease. Experimental Therapies Might Have Cured Them.New York Times
  • FDA warns of common blood pressure medicine shortage due to recallsCNN
  • The superbugs that could be 'bigger than cancer' by 2050Telegraph
  • Flu widespread across the U.S., but there's good newsNBC News
  • Small fitness improvements can reduce heart attack risk: studyUPI
  • Ibuprofen and aspirin triples cancer survival in some patientsTelegraph
  • As flu season takes a turn for the worse, some schools close in at least 12 statesCNN
  • Blood pressure medication recalls may lead to shortageUPI
  • Eating fried chicken weekly could lead to early deathUSA Today
  • Study links gum disease-causing bacteria to Alzheimer'sCBS News
  • You can now buy an actual hospital room on AmazonCNBC
  • Fried Foods Tied to Heart DiseaseNew York Times
  • Even a 20-Second Exercise 'Snack' Can Improve FitnessNew York Times
  • Negative social media experiences lead to loneliness in young adultsUPI
  • Rate of Americans without insurance rises to 4-year high as Trump weakens ObamacareCNBC
  • Daily dose of aspirin ‘not worth risk’ as study warns of bleeding side-effectsTelegraph
  • 'Exercise Snacking' Every Day May Boost Heart Health, Lengthen LifespanStudy Finds
  • Dozens of children contract cancer in Indiana suburbCNN
  • Millennials Ditching The Doctor, What’s At StakeCBS News
  • Hospitals' confusing online price lists give patients a headacheCBS News
  • When Cancer Meets the InternetNew York Times
  • You Don't Have To Go No-Carb: Instead, Think Slow CarbNPR
  • Millions Of Americans May Be Exposed To Potentially Harmful Nitrate Levels In Drinking WaterStudy Finds
  • Why sit-ups are the one exercise you should NEVER do (so perhaps try the plank instead?)Daily Mail
  • Want More Comfortable, Complete Bowel Movements? A Toilet Stool Does The Trick, Study ConfirmsStudy Finds
  • Drug maker payments to doctors linked to higher opioid overdose deathsSTAT NEWS
  • In a Children's Theater Program, Drama Over a Peanut AllergyNew York Times
  • Nearly one-quarter of antibiotic prescriptions is not needed, study saysUPI
  • Measles outbreak grows in area with low vaccination rate, most patients unimmunizedUSA Today
  • Three-quarters of doctors feel burnout, experts call it a public health crisisUPI
  • Study: Soft drinks, exercise, hot temps increase risk for kidney diseaseUPI
  • Could your cellphone’s electromagnetic field make you sick?Boston Globe
  • New Diet Guidelines to Benefit People and the Planet: More Greens for All, Less Meat for SomeNew York Times
  • Anti-vaxxers are top ‘threats to global health,’: World Health OrganizationNY Post
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