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20 Oct

Teenagers Are Quitting HS Sports Due to Body Image Concerns Driven by Social Media

More teens are quitting HS sports saying they don’t look right for the sports based on what they see in the media and social media, according to a new study.

19 Oct

COVID-19 Linked to Increased Risk of Guillain-Barré Syndrome, a Rare but Serious Autoimmune Disorder, New Study Finds

In a new study, participants recently infected with COVID-19 were six times more likely to develop Guillain-Barré syndrome, where the immune system attacks the nerves.

18 Oct

Adult ADHD Linked to Increased Risk of Dementia

A new study finds adults with ADHD are nearly 3 times more likely to develop dementia compared to those without the condition.

U.S. to Partner With 50 Countries to Prevent Future Pandemics

U.S. to Partner With 50 Countries to Prevent Future Pandemics

The Biden Administration announced Tuesday that it will work with 50 nations worldwide to try to prevent global pandemics such as COVID-19, which brought the world to a standstill four years ago.

"Today, I am proud to announce that my Administration is releasing a new Global Health Security Strategy -- outlining actions the United States w...

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  • April 16, 2024
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Good Blood Pressure Control Could Prevent Fibroids

Good Blood Pressure Control Could Prevent Fibroids

Keeping blood pressure under control could be crucial for women in preventing uterine fibroids, new research shows.

Middle-aged women tracked for up to 17 years in a new study were 37% less likely to develop these painful growths if they treated their high blood pressure with medication.

On the other hand, "patients with new-onset hy...

  • Ernie Mundell HealthDay Reporter
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  • April 16, 2024
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AI Matches Experts in Spotting Radiology Errors

AI Matches Experts in Spotting Radiology Errors

Artificial intelligence can serve as a helpful backup editor to radiologists, making sure their reports are accurate and reliable, a new study says.

The OpenAI program GPT-4 performed about as well as a group of radiologists in detecting errors that had been placed into reports, according to findings published April 16 in the journal R...

  • Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter
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  • April 16, 2024
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Melatonin Gummies to Get Safety Labeling, Child-Safe Bottles After Poisonings

Melatonin Gummies to Get Safety Labeling, Child-Safe Bottles After Poisonings

In the wake of a sharp rise in the number of young children accidentally eating melatonin supplements, an industry group has called for tougher safety guidelines for packaging and labeling the sleep-aid supplements.

Companies have 18 to 24 months to voluntarily add child-deterrent packaging and improve warning language on the labels of ove...

  • Robin Foster HealthDay Reporter
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  • April 16, 2024
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CDC Warns of 19 Cases of Botched Botox Shots in 9 States

CDC Warns of 19 Cases of Botched Botox Shots in 9 States

Counterfeit or mishandled Botox shots have triggered harmful reactions in 19 people in nine states, U.S. health officials warned Monday.

In its alert, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said nine people had been hospitalized and four were treated with an antitoxin because of concerns that the botulinum toxin had spread bey...

  • Robin Foster HealthDay Reporter
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  • April 16, 2024
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A More Diverse Nature Brings Better Mental Health

A More Diverse Nature Brings Better Mental Health

Want to feel happier?

Live in or near a place with a rich diversity of nature, a new study says.

Environments with plentiful natural features -- trees, birds, plants and rivers -- are associated with better mental well-being than the more spartan landscapes of suburbia, researchers found.

Further, spending time in areas like th...

  • Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter
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  • April 16, 2024
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