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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.

Nations Fail to Agree on Treaty on Preventing Next Pandemic

Nations Fail to Agree on Treaty on Preventing Next Pandemic

Following two years of tough negotiations, efforts to craft a global treaty to help countries fight future pandemics have failed, the World Health Organization has acknowledged.

"WHO Member States have ended intensive negotiations aimed at strengthening global capacities to respond to future pandemics and outbreaks in the wake of the COVID...

  • Robin Foster HealthDay Reporter
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  • May 28, 2024
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Binge-Eating Disorder Could Be Tougher to Kick Than Thought

Binge-Eating Disorder Could Be Tougher to Kick Than Thought

Prior studies have suggested that binge eating disorder may not last long, but a more rigorous look at the illness finds that just isn't so.

“The big takeaway is that binge-eating disorder does improve with time, but for many people it lasts years,” said study first author Kristin Javaras, assistant psychologist in the Division of Wome...

  • Ernie Mundell HealthDay Reporter
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  • May 28, 2024
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Bird Flu Found in Beef Tissue; Officials Say It Did Not Enter Food Supply

Bird Flu Found in Beef Tissue; Officials Say It Did Not Enter Food Supply

TUESDAY, May 28 -- Bird flu virus has been detected in beef tissue from a sick dairy cow, but U.S. health officials stressed the country's meat supply remains safe.

In an update issued Friday, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) said the cow had been culled because it was sick and the meat did not enter the food supply.

The ag...

  • Robin Foster HealthDay Reporter
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  • May 28, 2024
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Scientists Developing mRNA-Based Vaccine Against H5N1 Bird Flu

Scientists Developing mRNA-Based Vaccine Against H5N1 Bird Flu

An experimental mRNA vaccine against the H5N1 avian flu is highly effective in preventing severe illness and death in lab animals, researchers report.

The vaccine could help fight the H5N1 bird flu outbreaks now spreading in wild birds, poultry and cows in the United States, researchers said.

Stopping those outbreaks is key to preven...

  • Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter
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  • May 28, 2024
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AI Headphones Let Listeners Hear Just One Voice in a Crowd

AI Headphones Let Listeners Hear Just One Voice in a Crowd

New AI headphone technology can help people “tune in” to specific folks in a crowd, allowing them to better hear a speaker even in noisy environments.

With the system, called “Target Speech Hearing,” a user wearing headphones looks at a person speaking for three to five seconds to “enroll” them, researchers report.

The AI...

  • Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter
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  • May 28, 2024
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Even a Small Urban Garden Can Boost Your Microbiome

Even a Small Urban Garden Can Boost Your Microbiome

A small urban garden can contribute to your health, especially if the garden contains rich soil, a new study shows.

A one-month indoor gardening period increased the bacterial diversity of participants’ skin and appeared to improve their response to inflammation, researchers found.

Growing, harvesting and consuming food produced in...

  • Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter
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  • May 28, 2024
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