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01 Feb

7 Surprising Health Benefits of Volunteering

Growing evidence shows volunteering can help you live a longer, healthier, and happier life.

31 Jan

1 in 8 Americans Over 50 May Be Addicted to Food, New Study Finds

Many adults, 50-80 years of age, have an unhealthy relationship with highly processed foods that provide empty calories, researchers say.

30 Jan

Legalizing Pot Does Not Make It a Gateway Drug to More Harmful Substances, Study Finds

Legalizing recreational marijuana does not cause adults to try other illicit drugs, nor does it lead to additional behavioral and financial problems, researchers find.

Another Study Links 'Ultra-Processed' Foods to Higher Cancer Risk

Another Study Links 'Ultra-Processed' Foods to Higher Cancer Risk

Fizzy sodas, microwaveable meals and packaged cookies are convenient for people on the go, but these folks might not go as far as they’d like if that’s all they eat.

Ultra-processed foods appear to increase the risk of developing and dying from a variety of cancers, a new large-scale study says.

Every 10% increase of these foods...

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  • February 1, 2023
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Sleeping Pills Linked to Higher Risk for Dementia

Sleeping Pills Linked to Higher Risk for Dementia

Seniors who frequently take sleeping medications may be raising their risk for developing Alzheimer’s disease, a new study warns.

Sleep medications are one of the most commonly used medications in older adults, the authors say, but their frequent use may not be without harm.

Researchers found that older white adults who said t...

  • Alan Mozes HealthDay Reporter
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  • February 1, 2023
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Even When at Low Risk, Some Women Should Remove Fallopian Tubes to Avoid Ovarian Cancer: Experts

Even When at Low Risk, Some Women Should Remove Fallopian Tubes to Avoid Ovarian Cancer: Experts

More women, even those at low risk for ovarian cancer, who have finished having children should have their fallopian tubes removed as a precaution to prevent the deadly disease, a leading research group has advised.

In new guidance released this week, the Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance urged women who do not have mutations that put them ...

  • Cara Murez HealthDay Reporter
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  • February 1, 2023
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CDC Warns of Dangerous Infection Risk With EzriCare Eyedrops

CDC Warns of Dangerous Infection Risk With EzriCare Eyedrops

U.S. health officials are investigating whether a specific brand of over-the-counter eyedrops are behind one death and dozens of bacterial infections in several states.

The infections have not been traced to preservative-free EzriCare Artificial Tears, but a majority of people who became ill reported using the drops, the U.S. Centers for D...

  • Cara Murez HealthDay Reporter
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  • February 1, 2023
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52,000 Pounds of Sausage Products Recalled Due to Listeria Danger

52,000 Pounds of Sausage Products Recalled Due to Listeria Danger

A variety of ready-to-eat sausage and charcuterie products are being recalled because they may have come into contact with surfaces that tested positive for Listeria monocytogenes.

The bacteria can cause an invasive infection and is especially dangerous in pregnant women, older adults and those with weakened immune systems.

  • Cara Murez HealthDay Reporter
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  • February 1, 2023
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AHA News: 11 Things to Know to Save a Life With CPR

AHA News: 11 Things to Know to Save a Life With CPR

When a heart stops, seconds matter. But too often, when someone has a cardiac arrest away from a hospital, people in a position to help don't.

Misunderstandings about CPR can keep people from acting. That costs lives. We asked experts to help clear things up.

You can't wait.

If you see a teen or adult suddenly ...

  • American Heart Association News
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  • February 1, 2023
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