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Reports Warn of Growing Senior Opioid Crisis   

Millions of older Americans are now filling prescriptions for many different opioid medications at the same time, while hundreds of thousands are winding up in the hospital with opioid-related complications, according to two new government reports.

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2018-09-19 18:51:40



Does Pharma Hike Prices During Med Shortages?   

Prices can be expected to rise about 20 percent for drugs facing a shortage, but only about 9 percent for medicines in good supply, researchers report.

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2018-09-19 15:25:51



Does Childbearing Delay Result in More Multiples?   

Since the 1980s, the number of multiple births has jumped from roughly 20 sets per 1,000 live births to almost 35 sets per 1,000 live births, a new study has found. A sizable proportion of multiple births are attributable simply to delaying childbearing, the author says.

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2018-09-19 12:09:43



Medscape Physicians' Choice: Top Hospital Rankings for 2018   

Doctors rank their top hospitals in an annual survey by Medscape.

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2018-09-19 06:44:48



Injected Drug May Be New Weapon Against Gout   

Instead of targeting excessively high uric acid levels as existing gout drugs do, the new strategy aims to reduce overall inflammation. The drug goes after a specific inflammatory molecule called interleukin-1.

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2018-09-19 04:52:27



30 Million Americans Now Have Diabetes   

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 14 percent of U.S adults have diabetes -- 10 percent know it and more than 4 percent are undiagnosed.

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2018-09-19 04:27:16



Injected Drug May Be New Weapon Against Gout   

Instead of targeting excessively high uric acid levels as existing gout drugs do, the new strategy aims to reduce overall inflammation. The drug goes after a specific inflammatory molecule called interleukin-1.

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2018-09-18 18:12:20



Scientists Find 500 More Genes That Influence BP   

High blood pressure, which is a risk factor for stroke and heart disease, claimed almost 8 million lives around the world in 2015 alone, the researchers noted.

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2018-09-18 16:33:24



Coca-Cola Eyes Cannabis Oil Market   

Coke's interest signals the growing acceptance of cannabis by established companies, and of the importance of Canada to the development of those businesses, the wire service said.

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2018-09-18 09:18:08



Zapping Airway Nerves May Help COPD Patients   

COPD, which is often linked to smoking, is a progressive deterioration of lung function that involves a combination of bronchitis and emphysema symptoms.

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2018-09-18 08:34:46



Psychedelic Drugs to Treat Depression, PTSD?   

Over the last 50 years, researchers have made "transformative" advances in understanding how the brain works. But there haven't been corresponding breakthroughs in psychiatric drugs.

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2018-09-18 04:20:42



Could Household Cleaners Make Your Kid Fat?   

Babies whose parents used "eco-friendly" cleaning products had lower odds of excess weight by age 3, the findings showed.

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2018-09-18 01:12:51



1 in 3 High School E-Cig Users Vape Pot: Survey   

The survey involved nearly 20,700 middle and high school students from both public and private institutions. The goal was to gain fresh insight into vaping, which has been the most popular means for smoking among American youth since 2014.

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2018-09-17 19:33:02



FDA Approves 2nd Migraine Prevention Drug   

The FDA in May approved a first self-injectable drug, erenumab (Aimovig), made by Amgen and Novartis. It's now offered as once-monthly 70- or 140-milligram prefilled autoinjectors.

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2018-09-17 18:35:20



Infant Walkers Still Injuring Thousands of Babies   

More than 230,000 children younger than 15 months old were treated in emergency rooms between 1990 and 2014 for baby walker-related injuries, new research published in the journal Pediatrics shows. More than 10,000 of those youngsters ended up being admitted to the hospital.

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2018-09-17 12:34:01



Many Americans Slicing Meat From Their Diet   

Americans still eat more meat than health experts recommend. High meat consumption has negative consequences for people's health and the environment, according to scientists at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore.

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2018-09-17 10:18:04



Lose Weight, Reverse Type 2 Diabetes: Why It Works   

Type 2 diabetes is caused by excess fat in the digestive organs, says an English researcher and physician who has seen his patients go into remission. Losing a substantial amount of weight can kill off that fat, often allowing the organs to work again, including a return to normal insulin production by the pancreas.

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2018-09-17 09:49:56



Household Chemicals Tied to Kidney Problems   

Reseachers who analyzed 74 studies of manufactured chemicals known as per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) found the chemicals are associated with poorer kidney function and other kidney problems. PFAS can be found in food packaging; stain- and water-repellent fabrics; nonstick cookware; polishes, waxes, paints and cleaning products; and firefighting foams.

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2018-09-17 06:15:21



Fertile Females Smell Better to Men   

Researchers in Switzerland determined that women who are the "fittest" for reproduction have a distinctive scent that makes them particularly appealing to men.

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2018-09-17 05:23:09



Study Doubts Worth of Daily Aspirin for Seniors   

Daily aspirin is recommended for people between 50 and 69 if they are at increased risk of heart disease, according to the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, a guideline-setting expert panel. However, there's not been enough medical evidence to say whether aspirin would help elderly folks, the USPSTF says.

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2018-09-17 02:33:27



Asthma-Obesity Link May Cut Both Ways   

The researchers analyzed data on more than 8,600  people from 12  countries included in the European Community Respiratory Health Survey.  None of the participants was obese when the survey began.

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2018-09-17 01:02:05



1 in 12 in U.S. Lives With Intrusive Chronic Pain   

Chronic pain and high-impact chronic pain - the kind that keeps people from life's daily activities - affect 1 in 12 Americans, according to a report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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2018-09-14 16:22:27



Menu Calorie Counts Are Changing the Way We Order   

The posting of nutrition information on restaurant menus and order boards has led customers to order 3 percent fewer calories, a study by Cornell University researchers has found.

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2018-09-14 12:43:41



What Does a 2-Year-Old Know? You May Be Surprised   

New studies on toddlers are shedding more interesting insights into just what a 2-year-old knows.

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2018-09-14 06:09:58



Coffee May Have Another Perk for Kidney Patients   

According to new research involving nearly 5,000 people with chronic kidney disease, a hike in daily caffeine intake appeared to lower their odds of an early death.

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2018-09-14 04:44:40



Second Contaminant Found in Valsartan Drugs   

Those drugs were already part of August's recall of valsartan products for possible contamination with NDMA, another impurity that may cause cancer.

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2018-09-14 04:26:43



Flooding One of Florence's Big Dangers   

Florence's winds have weakened slightly, dropping to between 90 and 100 miles per hour, but weather experts stress that the slow-moving storm will likely dump catastrophic amounts of rain on coastal and inland areas in the coming days.

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2018-09-14 04:18:38



'Vampire Facial' Spa Clients to be Tested for HIV   

In a vampire facial -- popularized by Kim Kardashian and other celebrities -- a patient's blood is drawn and then injected back into the face using micro-needles.

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2018-09-14 03:51:52



Breaking News: Fraudulent Labels Not Cool  

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2018-09-14 01:18:17



More Water, Mom? H2O Is Top Kids' Beverage in U.S.   

A new report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention finds that water accounts for almost half of kids' total beverage consumption.

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2018-09-13 20:37:08



No Short-Term Cancer Risk From Recalled Valsartan   

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration in July recalled valsartan medicines manufactured by the Chinese company Zhejiang Huahai Pharmaceuticals.

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2018-09-13 15:21:29



Sexual Violence Haunts Women for Years   

The women who suffered sexual violence had clear, strong memories, including details of the event. Moreover, they had a hard time forgetting the incident and viewed it as a defining part of their life, the researchers found.

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2018-09-13 09:53:17



New Drug Could Help Kids With MS   

The first drug approved for use in children with MS reduced relapse rates by 82 percent in people aged 10 to 17 compared with interferon beta-1a, a drug commonly used to slow the progression of the degenerative nerve disease.

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2018-09-13 09:52:10



Internal Clock May Affect Epileptic Seizure Timing   

For about 80 percent of people with epilepsy, the timing of their seizures may be associated with their internal body clock, according to new research.

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2018-09-13 08:31:24



A Needle-Free Flu Vaccine in the Mail?Could Be   

Researchers are testing an injection-free vaccine that looks like a Band-Aid you place on your arm. Their initial hope is to create such a vaccine that would allow for a rapid public health response in case of a pandemic flu.

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2018-09-13 03:14:28



Do You Know Your 'Body Time'?   

A new test evaluates dozens of genes to reveal your circadian rhythm -- the crests and troughs that occur throughout the day as your body and brain cycle between sleepiness and alertness. It's different for everyone and could play a role in personalized medicine.

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2018-09-12 17:03:44



Even High-Fat Dairy Might Be Good for You   

The study couldn't prove cause-and-effect, but folks who ate three servings of dairy per day had an overall lower risk of death during the study period than people who ate no dairy. They also had a lower risk of stroke and death from heart disease, researchers found.

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2018-09-12 12:17:36



FDA Gets Tough on Juul, Other E-Cigarette Makers   

More than 1,200 warning letters and fines have been sent to retailers and five major e-cigarette manufacturers who illegally sold Juul devices, which look like computer flash drives, and other e-cigarette products to minors.

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2018-09-12 10:05:56



Banned Supplement Found in Weight-Loss Products   

Higenamine is on the World Anti-Doping Agency's list of substances prohibited in sports, though it is legal for use in supplements in the United States, Canada and Europe.

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2018-09-12 09:21:27



Could a Placebo Pill Help Ease Your Back Pain?   

New research suggests that a good many back pain patients might find relief in a "dummy" sugar pill, eliminating their need for strong medication.

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2018-09-12 08:53:14



ADHD Tied to Raised Risk of Early Parkinson's   

For the study, researchers analyzed nearly 200,000 Utah residents. All had been born between 1950 and 1992, with Parkinson's onset tracked up until the age of 60.

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2018-09-12 05:49:22



Cancer Advances Rely on U.S. Funding: Report   

New cancer cases in the United States are expected to increase from more than 1.7 million in 2018 to nearly 2.4 million in 2035. The increase is due largely to an aging population.

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2018-09-12 04:14:07



No Explanation for 33% of Outpatient Opioid Rxs   

The researchers said there's been a sharp rise in opioid prescriptions in the past 20 years -- an increase that exceeds actual rates of pain in the population. It's possible that too often, opioids are being prescribed for conditions that don't warrant treatment with the drugs, researchers said.

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2018-09-11 19:21:02



K2/Spice: What to Know About These Dangerous Drugs   

Drugs like K2 and Spice have been linked to a string of dangerous side effects. Learn what risks these drugs can cause.

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2018-09-11 10:43:18



Blood Sugar Spike in Pregnancy Bad for Mom & Baby   

Among women with elevated blood sugar during pregnancy, nearly 11 percent had type 2 diabetes 10 to 14 years after giving birth, and about 42 percent had pre-diabetes, the findings showed.

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2018-09-11 10:01:34



How to Stay Safe Before and After A Hurricane   

When a hurricane approaches, take steps to keep yourself and your family, including your pets, safe. WebMD offers basic tips.

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2018-09-11 09:11:46



Talking to Baby Might Boost Middle School Success   

The study found that the more "conversational turns" that occurred in a toddler's day, the better children performed on tests that measure IQ, language skills and thinking skills in middle school.

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2018-09-11 05:57:40



Chronic Pain May Drive Some to Suicide   

In this study, researchers led by Dr. Emiko Petrosky from the U.S. National Center for Injury Prevention and Control analyzed data on more than 123,000 suicides in 18 states between 2003 and 2014.

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2018-09-11 02:19:18



Daytime Drowsiness a Sign of Alzheimer's?   

The long-term study included 123 adults with an average age of 60 when the study began. The findings showed that those who were very sleepy during the day had a nearly threefold increased risk of developing brain deposits of beta-amyloid, a protein associated with Alzheimer's disease.

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2018-09-11 01:20:30



K2/Spice: What to Know About These Dangerous Drugs   

Drugs like K2 and Spice have been linked to a string of dangerous side effects. Learn what risks these drugs can cause.

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2018-09-10 13:58:02



Blacks' Rate of Blood Pressure Crises 5X Higher   

Hypertensive crisis, or blood pressure higher than 180/120, is five times more common in African Americans than in the general population, according to research presented at the American Heart Association meeting last week in Chicago.

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2018-09-10 10:33:29



Exercise Won't Speed, Slow Menopause, Study Finds   

An analysis of data from more than 107,000 U.S. women between the ages of 25 and 42 who were followed for 20 years found no association between physical activity at any age and early menopause.

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2018-09-10 10:27:54



Study: Statins Don't Help Healthy Seniors' Hearts   

Statins were not associated with a reduced risk of heart disease or death from any cause in healthy people over age 75 in a new analysis of data from nearly 47,000 people.

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2018-09-10 09:51:54



Oxycontin Maker Selling Opioid Addiction Drug, Too   

The new anti-addiction drug is a fast-acting form of buprenorphine, which helps control drug cravings, CBS News reported.

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2018-09-10 07:56:41



1 in 5 College Students Stressed, Consider Suicide   

Among more than 67,000 students surveyed, over 20 percent said they experienced stressful events in the last year that were strongly associated with mental health problems, including harming themselves and suicidal thoughts or attempts, according to a new study in the journal Depression and Anxiety.

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2018-09-10 07:33:06



Tai Chi May Work Best to Prevent Falls in Old Age   

In a head-to-head comparison, a modified tai chi program reduced falls in seniors nearly a third better than an exercise regimen that combined aerobics, strength training and balance drills, researchers report.

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2018-09-10 06:52:35



Home Monitoring Helps Control Blood Pressure   

People who regularly track their blood pressure with home monitors do a better job of controlling their hypertension, new research indicates.

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2018-09-10 05:57:12



Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop Settles False Ad Lawsuit   

The lawsuit was filed by prosecutors from 10 California counties. They said Goop did not have scientific proof for health claims made for three products sold online: jade and quartz vaginal eggs and a mix of essential oils, CBS News reported.

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2018-09-07 20:28:23



New One-Dose Flu Drug Shows Promise   

The study also found it as effective as the current standard drug, oseltamivir (Tamiflu), at controlling symptoms such as coughing, sore throat, headache, fever, muscle and joint pain, and fatigue.

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2018-09-07 19:26:19



Low Carb, High Carb, Bad Carb: How Much is Best?   

Not getting enough carbs can be bad. Eating too many carbs is bad. What's a person to do?

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2018-09-07 12:58:59



LGBT in U.S. Typically Poorer Than Straight Peers   

Their study included more than 14,000 youths who were in seventh through 12th grades in 1994. The participants were followed until ages 24 to 34 in 2008-2009.

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2018-09-07 11:02:32



Sleep Apnea Often Missed in Black Americans   

The investigators found that 24 percent of the study participants had moderate or severe sleep apnea, but only 5 percent had been diagnosed by a doctor.

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2018-09-07 04:09:12



Urgent Care Centers Ease ER Burden in U.S.   

From 2008 to 2015 there was a 36 percent decline in ER visits for minor conditions and injuries, the study found. Meanwhile, use of non-ER services -- including urgent care clinics, retail clinics and telemedicine -- rose 140 percent.

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2018-09-07 02:10:29



Probiotics: Don't Believe the Hype?   

The Israeli researchers found that some people's digestive systems held on to the probiotics given in a supplement. But in others, the body expelled the good bacteria.

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2018-09-06 20:23:02



Online History Gives Clues to Heart Ills   

Researchers wondered if online searches for heart information varied seasonally, so they analyzed more than 10 years of Google data. They found that search volumes were 15 percent higher in the winter than in the summer in the United States and nearly 50 percent higher in winter than in summer in Australia.

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2018-09-06 19:39:27



More Rattlesnake Bites After Rainy Spells   

Snakebites fell 10 percent after a drought, but rose 10 percent following high levels of rain, the researchers found.

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2018-09-06 14:14:06



Hospitals Form Drug Company to Fight Rising Costs   

The new venture plans to have its first medicines on the market by mid- to late 2019, the AP reported.

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2018-09-06 11:52:43



They're Causing Asthma: Does the EPA Care?  

Large factory farms are spewing toxic gases into the air that are causing human health problems, but the EPA refuses to act. Action Alert! Imagine stepping onto your front porch to enjoy your morning coffee, but instead of fresh air and sunshine you're met with an overpowering stench of the manure and filth from thousands [...]

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2018-09-06 08:38:36



Surprising Tactic in War Vs. Antibiotic Resistance   

Biologists at the University of California, Los Angeles, identified more than 8,100 combinations of four or five antibiotics that appear effective against harmful bacteria.

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2018-09-06 08:04:07



More Aging Boomers Are Embracing Pot   

New research shows pot isn't the drug of choice for just the young anymore. More middle-aged folks, and even seniors, are lighting up  nowadays, researchers say.

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2018-09-06 06:02:19



Why Won't EPA Protect the Public from This Cancer Causing Product?  

Lawsuits alleging glyphosate caused cancer are allowed to move forward. Action Alert! A California jury recently found Monsanto liable for a groundskeeper's cancer, ordering the company to pay out $289 million. It was the first lawsuit that went to trial alleging that Roundup and other glyphosate-based weedkillers cause cancer. Other research shows that cancer may [...]

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2018-09-06 04:58:33



Scientists Finally Finding Procrastination's Home   

The inclination to delay things rather than get right to work on them may be hardwired into some people's brains, and not the product of a flawed character, German researchers suggest.

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2018-09-06 03:53:05



Voices of Freedom: Gretchen DuBeau, Esq.  

A lifelong environmentalist and devotee to natural health and healing, Gretchen has found the perfect culmination of her interests at ANH-USA, where she works to shift the current medical paradigm to one that embraces real preventive and integrative medicine as the standard of care. More…

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2018-09-06 03:25:09



  



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2018-09-06 02:21:50



$32,500 for CBD Oil?  

If we don't change a key FDA policy, that's how much you may be forced to pay if you want to purchase CBD oil. Action Alert! For years, consumers have benefitted from access to cheap, safe, and effective CBD oil supplements. But now the FDA says that CBD is a drug, not a supplement—a drug [...]

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2018-09-06 02:05:44



All Kids Should Get Flu Vaccine ASAP, Doctors Say   

Pediatricians should offer flu vaccine injections to all children 6 months and older as soon as it becomes available, preferably by the end of October, the AAP said in a news release.

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2018-09-06 01:54:29



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2018-09-06 01:24:42



'On-Again, Off-Again' Romances May Bring Trouble   

These on-again, off-again couplings can lead to greater depression and anxiety, researchers say. And they're not just confined to sitcom characters: An estimated 60 percent of American adults have been involved in one or more of these entanglements.

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2018-09-05 19:53:38



Fish Oil Pills In Pregnancy May Mean Stronger Kids   

In the study, the researchers followed 736 pregnant women in Denmark who took either fish oil or olive oil supplements daily from week 24 of their pregnancy until one week after they gave birth.

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2018-09-05 19:49:17



Action Alert: Hold CAFOs Accountable  



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2018-09-05 17:34:55



Walking, Exercise Linked to Lower Heart Failure   

Researchers say the findings are a first and concern otherwise healthy, postmenopausal women 50 and 70 years of age. The study tracked the exercise habits and heart health of more than 137,000 women since the early 1990s.

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2018-09-05 14:23:53



Salmonella-Tainted Honey Smacks Have Sickened 130   

For the time being, the "CDC advises consumers and retailers not to eat, serve or sell any Kellogg's Honey Smacks cereal," the agency said in a statement.

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2018-09-05 12:11:08



New Hormonal Link Suspected in Type 2 Diabetes   

In type 2 diabetes, he said, aldosterone can affect how the body uses another hormone -- insulin. Insulin ushers sugar from foods into the body's cells so it can be used as fuel to provide energy.

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2018-09-05 11:40:46



Plastic Airport Security Trays Full of Viruses   

Researchers took samples from a variety of of surfaces at Helsinki-Vantaa airport in Finland during the winter of 2016 and found evidence of respiratory viruses on 10 percent of the surfaces.

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2018-09-05 07:58:54



Mystery Illness Sickens 100 on Flight from Dubai   

The CDC said that about 100 had complained of some sort of illness, some with milder symptoms, some who needed to be hospitalized. The plane was being held at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York.

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2018-09-05 03:16:56



Shingles on the Rise Among Younger People   

Over the last six decades, there has been a steady uptick in the number of shingles cases in the United States -- even among younger adults. What's behind it? Researchers have a few theories.

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2018-09-04 14:12:51



FDA: Avoid 'Dragon Breath,' Liquid Nitrogen Treats   

The products in question are often sold in malls, food courts, fairs or at ice cream shops around the country. In some cases, liquid nitrogen is added to cereal or cheese puffs, as well as alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.

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2018-09-04 09:26:59



Undescended Testes Tied to Cancer, Infertility   

Boys born with undescended testes had 2.4 times the risk of adult testicular cancer compared to other boys, the University of Sydney researchers reported.

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2018-09-04 06:27:26



IVF May Put Kids at Risk for High Blood Pressure   

The study, of 54 teens conceived through assisted reproduction, found that eight -- or 15 percent -- had high blood pressure. That compared with just one case among 43 teenagers who were conceived naturally.

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2018-09-04 06:26:19



A Vaccine to Prevent Acne May Be Possible One Day   

For many skin-pocked teenagers and adults, the frustration and shame of uncontrolled acne has been linked to a higher risk for clinical depression and suicide or suicidal thoughts.

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2018-09-04 04:55:06



Severity of Alzheimer's Can Vary by Season   

Specifically, improvements in average thinking ("cognitive") skills in the summer and fall were equivalent to nearly 5 years less in age-related declines in thinking ability, the investigators found.

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2018-09-04 02:15:58



Pharma Owns LA Times  

The newspaper has been bought by a biotech billionaire, further entrenching Big Pharma's control of the media. From the LA Times: Biotech billionaire Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong on Monday will take control of the Los Angeles Times and San Diego Union-Tribune, two historic newspapers rooted in Southern California civic life for more than 135 years — [...]

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2018-08-31 17:33:52



Strain of E. Coli Spread From Poultry to People   

E. coli was found in about 80 percent of the nearly 2,500 meat samples and in 72 percent of the urine and blood samples from patients who tested positive for infection, the study authors said. E. coli ST131 was the most common type infecting people and was also present in the meat samples.

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2018-08-31 11:26:38



With Stroke Comes Higher Dementia Risk: Study   

The association between stroke and increased dementia risk remained even after other dementia risk factors such as blood pressure, diabetes and heart disease were taken into account, the researchers say.

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2018-08-31 10:43:07



Did Acid Blockers Put Senator in Hospital?  

These OTC drugs cause more problems than they fix. From Fox News: House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer was in the hospital on Wednesday after getting a pneumonia diagnosis a day earlier, and was expected to make a full recovery. The Maryland Democrat, 79, was admitted to George Washington University Hospital on Tuesday with pneumococcal pneumonia, [...]

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2018-08-31 09:24:26



$109K Hospital Bill Cut To $332; How About Others?   

"I don't feel any consumer should have to go through this," says Drew Calver, who faced a life-changing surprise bill from an Austin hospital after a heart attack last year. After attention as a Bill of the Month patient, he paid the hospital $332. But he worries about other patients with surprise bills.

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2018-08-31 08:42:35



ADHD Rates Rising Sharply in U.S. Kids   

Research has uncovered a host of factors that could increase a child's risk of ADHD, such as preterm birth, low birth weight, or moms smoking or taking drugs during pregnancy, he explained.

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2018-08-31 08:37:55



Healthcare Price Transparency Gets a Boost  

A new Trump administration rule will allow consumers to better understand the prices for hospital procedures. From the Washington Examiner: Hospitals will be required to post the prices they charge for surgeries and other medical procedures online under a new Trump administration rule… Previously, CMS required that hospitals make the information available to anyone who [...]

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2018-08-31 07:22:43



More Women Turn to Marijuana for Morning Sickness   

The study of more than 220,000 pregnancies from 2009 through 2016 found overall use at 5.3% in the first trimester. That number spiked to 11.3% for pregnant women with severe nausea and vomiting. Just over 8% of the women with mild nausea and vomiting used pot while pregnant.

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2018-08-31 05:03:10



Depression Hits 20% of Young Adults With Autism   

In the study, this higher-functioning subgroup was more than four times as likely to suffer from depression, compared to people without autism.

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2018-08-31 01:08:35






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