Healthcare News: 2020


The FDA Approved Prescription Opioids Without Critical Safety Data, Study Says
The Food and Drug Administration has been lax in how it's approved prescription opioid treatments dating back to the late 1990s, according to a new study out Monday. More...


People who regularly use acid reflux drugs are 24% more likely to develop type 2 diabetes, study finds
Proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) such as Prilosec, lower acid production in the stomach and have been linked to a greater risk of diabetes. More...


Breast Milk Could Prevent COVID-19 Spread In Babies, New Research Finds
A mother's breast milk can help prevent or treat coronavirus in their babies, a new study by Chinese researchers has found. More...


Researcher: Vitamin D can help prevent contracting COVID-19
A study at Boston University School of Medicine reported your vitamin D level can impact your chances of contracting COVID-19. More...


Highly Effective Coronavirus Antibodies Identified - Basis for Passive COVID-19 Vaccination
Researchers have identified highly effective antibodies against the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 and are now pursuing the development of a passive vaccination More...


Coronavirus mutation emerges that may bypass mask-wearing, hand-washing protections
New strain contains higher loads of the virus, may be more contagious More...


Can Zinc Help Prevent Severe Illness From COVID-19? Here's What a New Study Says
Zinc is a nutrient known for its anti-viral properties - and it might offer help to people diagnosed with the coronavirus. More...


Going to Bed Past This Exact Time Is Hurting Your Health, Study Says
A recent study has proven that going to bed early can improve your health. More...


How to boost your immune system as cold, flu season nears in Charlotte amid COVID-19
Boosting the immune system with sustainable habits takes commitment, but is worth it in light of the coming flu season and covid. More...


Drinking Coffee Tied to Better Outcomes in Colon Cancer Patients
In people with advanced colorectal cancer, drinking coffee was associated with longer survival and less cancer progression. More...


Axios-Ipsos poll: Vaccine resistance grows
Percent who say they are likely to get the first generation COVID-19 vaccine as soon as it is available has fallen significantly. More...


Study: Searches for Gut Symptoms Rose Weeks Before Outbreaks
Google Trends could predict COVID hotspots Massachusetts Staller More...


Immune system affects mind and body, study indicates
New research at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis helps illuminate a surprising mind-body connection. More...


Turmeric could help to treat arthritis-related knee pain, a small study found
Turmeric, a bright yellow-orange spice related to ginger, has been researched for potential anti-inflammatory benefits, attributed to a compound it contains called curcumin. More...


Feds 'Very Concerned' About AstraZeneca Vaccine Side Effect
Regulators in the United Kingdom allowed the AstraZeneca vaccine trial to resume, but U.S. regulators are continuing to investigate. More...


University Of Pittsburgh Scientists Discover Biomolecule That May Neutralize Coronavirus
The researchers reported that Ab8 is 'highly effective' in preventing and treating SARS-CoV-2 infection in mice and hamsters. More...


Shutdowns Spur Mental Health Crisis in US, Experts Say
At the end of June, 41% of Americans reported at least one adverse mental or behavioral health condition. More...


Honey better treatment for coughs and colds than antibiotics, study claims
Research suggests honey also more effective than many over-the-counter medicines More...


Levels of depression have doubled during coronavirus pandemic
The number of adults in the UK who are experiencing some level of depression has doubled since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, according to the Office for National Statistics. More...


Some scientists believe herd immunity is closer than originally thought
In New York, London and Mumbai, there might already be substantial immunity to coronavirus More...


Fauci says he does not see US mandating COVID-19 vaccination for general public
'I don't think you'll ever see a mandating of vaccine particularly for the general public,' Fauci said during a livestreamed interview with Healthline. More...


Suicidal thoughts surging, mental health plummeting during pandemic, CDC study finds
Almost 11% of US adults said they had seriously contemplated suicide within the last 30 days. More...


U.S. Sees Deadly Drug Overdose Spike During Pandemic
New data from around the U.S. confirms that drug overdoses are spiking during the coronavirus pandemic, rising by roughly 18%. More...


Herd Immunity May Be Slowing Spread in U.S., As Study Finds 40 Percent Community Infection Provides Protection
A study finds that a population-wide infection rate of around 40 percent might be sufficient to achieve this form of community protection against the disease. More...


Teens and young adults who vape are 5 to 7 times more likely to get coronavirus, a new study found
Growing evidence shows that regular vaping can damage the lungs, leaving them more susceptible to chronic disease - including COVID-19. More...


About 50% of population has partial immunity due to previous coronavirus infections
A new study could explain the extraordinary range that people experience with the novel coronavirus, from having no symptoms at all or a mild case to hospitalization or death. More...


Accuracy of U.S. coronavirus data thrown into question as decline in testing skews drop in new cases
Numbers of new cases have fallen, but so has the amount of testing. More...


FDA chief: Hydroxychloroquine use a decision between doctor and patient
Stephen Hahn, the commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), said the decision to take hydroxychloroquine should be made between a doctor and a patient. More...


Seaweed extract may be more effective than remdesivir
New research concludes that extracts from seaweed could be more effective than remdesivir, the current leading SARS-CoV-2 antiviral drug. More...


New Blood Test Can Detect Alzheimer's Long Before Symptoms Develop
A simple blood test could help sniff out signs of Alzheimer's disease years before any clear symptoms appear, according to a new study in the Journal of Experimental Medicine. More...


Some people who haven't had COVID-19 could already have some immunity; here's why
The immune systems of some people who have not been exposed to the novel coronavirus could have some familiarity with the pathogen - possibly helping to reduce the severity of illness if that person does get Covid-19, a new study suggests. More...


Plastics and pesticides: Health impacts of synthetic chemicals in US products doubled in last 5 years, study finds
Many synthetic chemicals can harm your health and that of your children. More...


Antibodies fade fast but coronavirus protection may last longer, research suggests
New research suggests that antibodies the immune system makes to fight the new coronavirus may only last a few months in people with mild illness, but that doesn't mean protection also is gone or that it won't be possible to develop an effective vaccine. More...


Swedish epidemiology boss says questioned COVID-19 strategy seems to be working
Sweden took a radically different approach to covid-19, forgoing lockdowns and instead allowing the virus to spread among the young and healthy. The strategy has worked. More...


Cinnamon linked to blood sugar control in prediabetes, study finds
Cinnamon may improve blood sugar control in people with prediabetes and may slow the progression to type 2 diabetes. More...


Covid-19 Vaccines With 'Minor Side Effects' Could Still Be Pretty Bad
The risk of nasty side effects in the Moderna and Oxford trials should be made clear now, before it ends up as fodder for the skeptics. More...


How blood type may affect your coronavirus risk
Some studies suggest that people with Type O blood were less likely to develop severe COVID-19 symptoms than people with Type A. More...


Mice ‘cured’ of Parkinson’s in accidental scientific discovery
Mice were “cured” of Parkinson’s disease after a scientific study took an unexpected turn. More...


Daily walk during pregnancy boosts production of a breast milk compound that can help to stave off diabetes, obesity and heart disease in children who feed on it
A small amount of daily exercise increased the compound 3SL in human breast milk. More...


Moderate drinking may improve cognitive health for older adults, study says
A new study found low to moderate drinking may improve cognitive function for White middle-aged or older adults. More...


Coronavirus traces found in March 2019 sewage sample, Spanish study shows
Spanish virologists have found traces of the novel coronavirus in a sample of Barcelona waste water collected in March 2019, nine months before the COVID-19 disease was identified in China. More...


One third of UK women are suffering from loneliness in lockdown, says new study
Social distancing has impacted all quarters of the UK - but a new study has suggested women are being more adversely affected by the coronavirus lockdown. More...


How loneliness could be changing your brain and body
A growing amount of research shows loneliness could be linked to a range of health problems. More...


Accuracy of some coronavirus testing called into question
Recent studies show tests could be falsely negative between 20 to 38 percent of the time. More...


Five Coronavirus Treatments In Development
In addition to Remdesivir, several new treatments are in development. More...


Antibody testing suggests immune response post-COVID is very variable
Recent studies suggest both the quality of the testing and the level of antibodies in recovered individuals varies widely. More...


Study: Vitamin D deficiency may be linked to COVID-19 mortality - how a common vitamin could become pivotal
The study's lead researcher, Dr. Vadim Backman, said there is evidence of a 'significant correlation' between vitamin D deficiency and covid mortality. More...


Today's high potency weed raises risk of anxiety and addiction, study says
If you're thinking of returning to the weed of your youth to ease the strain of the pandemic, you will soon discover a potent truth - today's weed is nothing like yesterday's. More...


Embracing a new reality: Coronavirus may never go away, even with a vaccine
Even after a vaccine is discovered and deployed, the coronavirus will likely remain for decades to come, circulating among the world’s population. More...


More than 80% of coronavirus patients on a cruise ship did not have any symptoms, new study says
The study raises questions about the true prevalence of 'silent' coronavirus infections. More...


Study finds only half of Americans would get coronavirus vaccine, far below herd immunity levels
Scientists believe roughly 70 percent of the population would need vaccination to achieve herd immunity More...


CDC warns antibody testing still too inaccurate to use for coronavirus-related policy decisions
New guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warns that coronavirus antibody test results may still be too inaccurate to be reliably used to determine coronavirus-related policy. More...


Men with long ring fingers are less likely to die from the coronavirus: study
Men with longer ring fingers may have a lower chance of dying from the coronavirus and could be more likely to face mild symptoms, according to a new study published in the journal Early Human Development. More...


Are Face Masks Effective Against COVID-19? The Pros and the Cons
Some say masks pose serious health risks for individual wearers. Other studies however show masks can lead to a 90% drop in new cases. More...


Coronavirus contact tracing poses serious threats to our privacy
Tracing apps will rely on smart devices to log movement and contact as a way of containing the coronavirus pandemic. More...


Anticoagulants Could Help Hospitalized COVID-19 Patient Survival, Research Finds
Mount Sinai Health System has reported that patients given anticoagulants have fared dramatically better. More...


10 takeaways from Sweden's controversial approach to the coronavirus pandemic
Though widely condemned around the world, Sweden's soft strategy puts faith in personal responsibility More...


Reported Number Of COVID-19 Deaths Prompt Debate Over Accuracy
New questions emerged about the accuracy of the numbers reported daily by the media, with some claiming they're undercounted and others saying they're being inflated. More...


A special drug combo is speeding up recovery in coronavirus patients
Doctors from China conducted a Phase 2 trial for a triple-drug therapy of interferon beta-1b, lopinavir-ritonavir, and ribavirin in COVID-19 cases, proving that the three medicines can speed up recovery in mild to moderate cases. More...


COVID-19: How Vitamin-D Could Reduce Coronavirus Deaths
A new study has suggested that vitamin D deficiencies might be one of the explanations for why coronavirus is fatal in some patients and not in others. More...


After Recovery From the Coronavirus, Most People Carry Antibodies
A new study adds to evidence of immunity among those who have already been exposed to the pathogen. More...


Androgens May Explain Male Vulnerability to COVID-19
Why are men so much more susceptible to severe outcomes from COVID-19 than women? More...


Immunity of recovered COVID-19 patients could cut risk of expanding economic activity
The number of recovered patients - may be equally important to the goal of minimizing the pandemic's infection More...


FDA Withdraws Approvals for Most of China's N95 Maskmakers
Exporting personal protective equipment from China to the U.S. just got a lot more difficult. More...


Coronavirus: Rollout of antibody tests met with confusion, little oversight
The rollout of millions of antibody tests in the US has created frustration and division among state health departments due to a mix of questionable tests, shifting federal rules and a hodgepodge of different methods for tracking results. More...


Blood thinners show promise for boosting the survival chances of the sickest covid patients
Treating coronavirus patients with blood thinners could help boost their prospects for survival, according to preliminary findings from physicians at New York City's largest hospital system that offer another clue about treating the deadly condition. More...


About 66% of NY coronavirus cases say they got COVID-19 following lockdown rules.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced that 66% of new hospitalizations are from people who say they have been locked in their homes. More...


Mysterious coronavirus condition 'happy hypoxia' baffles doctors
A strange phenomenon dubbed 'happy hypoxia' has baffled doctors treating coronavirus patients who describe themselves as comfortable despite dangerously low oxygen levels that would typically leave them unconscious, or even dead. More...


Coronavirus vaccine may never come, health expert warnsrt warns
A special envoy to the World Health Organization on the coronavirus said in an interview Sunday that the global economy may have to assume that there will not be a vaccine and consider ways to approach the virus a 'constant threat.' More...


COVID-19 Deaths Are Being Linked to Vitamin D Deficiency
A vitamin commonly produced by sun-exposed skin cells might play a role in preventing death by the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, according to new research. More...


CDC: Coronavirus and other causes behind increase in deaths in U.S.
About half of the excess deaths may have been people with heart problems or other conditions who didn't go to the hospital because of COVID-19 fears and lockdowns. More...


Heart disease most common illness linked to fatal cases
New data collected by state officials show the most common underlying health conditions among Oregonians who have died from COVID-19. More...


96% of nearly 3,300 inmates with coronavirus were asymptomatic, survey shows
96% of 3,277 inmates in state prison systems in Arkansas, North Carolina, Ohio and Virginia who tested positive for the coronavirus did not show symptoms, Reuters reports. More...


Study finds coronavirus on tiny particles of air pollution
Italian scientists have found the coronavirus on tiny particles of air pollution - the virus could be carried over longer distances, increasing the number of people infected. More...


U.S. states build stockpiles of malaria drug touted by Trump
State and local governments across the United States have obtained about 30 million doses of a malaria drug touted by President Donald Trump to treat patients with the new coronavirus, despite warnings from doctors that more research is needed More...


Famotidine: New York hospitals studying heartburn drug as Covid-19 treatment
Hospitals in New York are giving Covid-19 patients heartburn medicine to see if it helps fight the virus, according to the doctor who initiated the trial. More...


Nearly all COVID-19 patients put on ventilators in New York's largest health system died, study finds
Nearly all coronavirus patients who needed ventilators in New York's largest health system to help them breathe died, a study found. More...


Nearly all NY coronavirus patients suffered underlying health issue, study finds
A new study by a medical journal revealed that 94% of the people in New York City who were hospitalized due to coronavirus had one or more underlying health issues. More...


Coronavirus: Patients' blood thickens, NY doctors try new treatments
Signs of blood thickening and clotting were being detected in different organs by doctors from different specialties. More...


Reports suggest many have had coronavirus with no symptoms
A flood of new research suggests that far more people have had the coronavirus without any symptoms, fueling hope that it will turn out to be much less lethal than originally feared. More...


Most NYC kids probably already have coronavirus, doc says
A New York City doctor estimates 80% of children in the city have had coronavirus. More...


Possible treatment: Head lice drug killed COVID-19 virus in less than 48 hours during lab test
A treatment for head lice may be the secret to killing coronavirus and turning around the COVID-19 pandemic. More...


At least half of COVID-19 patients on ventilators don't make it
Amid the rush to supply hospitals with ventilators, there's a sad truth: At least half of covid-19 patients who require ventilators don't survive. More...


CDC director expects 'much lower' death toll than predicted by the models used to justify shutdown policies
Robert Redfield, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said Monday that he expects significantly fewer deaths from COVID-19 than the numbers predicted by models, ABC News reported. More...


Our First Evidence People Exposed to Pollution Are More Likely to Die From Coronavirus
Health experts had suspected the coronavirus pandemic would kill more people in areas where there's higher air pollution. Now, they have preliminary data to back it up. More...


Austria and Denmark are first in Europe to announce easing of coronavirus lockdowns
Austria and Denmark on Monday became the first European countries to announce plans to reopen their societies on April 14 after coronavirus lockdowns, hoping they may have already weathered the worst of the first wave of the pandemic. More...


Experts warn as many as 1 in 3 coronavirus test results may be incorrectly negative
An alarming new report by The Wall Street Journal suggests that nearly one in three patients who are infected with COVID-19 receive incorrectly negative test results. More...


Experts tell White House coronavirus can spread through talking or even just breathing
A prestigious scientific panel told the White House Wednesday night that research shows coronavirus can be spread not just by sneezes or coughs, but also just by talking, or possibly even just breathing. More...


In a U-turn, US surgeon general asks CDC to see if face masks can prevent coronavirus spread after all
U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams had initially advised against the general public wearing face masks. More...


Dogs being trained to sniff out COVID-19
A British charity has teamed up with scientists to see whether dogs could help detect COVID-19 through their keen sense of smell, they said on Friday. More...


Pregnant women are being forced to give birth alone as hospitals restrict visitors during coronavirus
Women across the United States are finding themselves forced to go through labor and delivery alone. More...


Epidemiologist Behind Highly-Cited Coronavirus Model Drastically Downgrades Projection
The highly-cited Imperial College model originally predicted 2.2 million deaths in America. The author drastically downgraded estimates revealing that far more people likely already had the virus than his team originally figured. More...


Coronavirus in NY: More hospitals forcing women to give birth alone
The Mount Sinai Health System on Tuesday began banning visitors to its maternity and postpartum units in a bid to prevent the spread of the deadly coronavirus. More...


Coronavirus: Loss of smell, taste might signal infection
A loss of smell or taste might be an early sign of infection with the pandemic virus, say medical experts who cite reports from several countries. More...


New blood tests for antibodies could show true scale of coronavirus pandemic
Antibody tests being rolled out can broadly survey who in cities like New York City (above) cleared an infection with the new coronavirus without knowing it. More...


FDA to Study Hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19
Convalescent plasma also being considered, FDA commissioner says More...


Japanese flu drug ‘clearly effective’ in treating coronavirus, officials say
A Japanese flu drug has proven to be effective in treating the coronavirus in early trials, according to reports Wednesday. More...


Coronavirus survives on surfaces up to 72 hours. Here’s how to protect yourself
The Covid-19 virus, according to a new study, sticks around on plastic surfaces for up to three days More...


Ethiopian Nomads Bleeding to Death After Arrival of Chinese Oil and Gas Firm
A mystery illness has killed more than 2,000 nomads in Ethiopia's Somali region since 2014 after arrival of Chinese oil and gas firm. More...


Timeline: The early days of China's coronavirus outbreak and cover-up
A timeline of the earliest weeks of the coronavirus outbreak in China, highlighting when the cover-up started and ended. More...


What COVID-19 means for people with diabetes
CDC has found those with heart disease, diabetes and lung disease are at greater risk of coronavirus. More...


Coronavirus is not a bioweapon created in a lab, scientists say
Scientists have rubbished claims that the coronavirus is an artificially-created bioweapon cooked up in a shadowy laboratory. More...


Biohackers team up online to help develop coronavirus solutions
Students, scientists, developers and health professionals use forums to investigate potential vaccines and methods of testing More...


WHO Now Doesn't Recommend Avoiding Ibuprofen For COVID-19 Symptoms
The WHO originally recommended against using ibuprofen after French doctors warned it could worsen the effects of the virus. The WHO has changed to 'not recommending avoiding' ibuprofen. More...


Children and coronavirus: Research finds some become seriously ill
The coronavirus raging around the globe has tended to tread gently with children, who account for the smallest percentage of the tens of thousands of infections identified so far. More...


Who gets a ventilator? Hospitals facing coronavirus surge are preparing for life-or-death decisions
'These are conversations that no one wants to have,' a Maryland doctor said. 'But we need to have these conversations just in case.' More...


Vast majority of US coronavirus cases are undiagnosed and untested
People who haven't been officially diagnosed with the coronavirus are fueling the pandemic, study says. More...


COVID-19: Imperial researchers model likely impact of public health measures
Researchers from Imperial College of London have analysed the likely impact of multiple public health measures. All scenarios indicate hospitals will be overwhelmed. More...


Europe is now the ‘epicenter’ of the coronavirus pandemic, WHO says
Europe has become the new epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic as cases in China slow and the deadly coronavirus runs through Italy and nearby countries, WHO officials said Friday. More...


Here's How Long the Coronavirus Actually Sticks to Surfaces
he type of surface, as well as the temperature, makes a difference in lasting power, studies suggest. More...


Memo to People Hunting Sanitizer: Soap Is Better
It functions like a 'demolition team' against the coronavirus, explains scientist More...


First known person-to-person transmission of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) in the USA
In January, 2020, state, local, and federal public health agencies investigated the first case of COVID-19 in Illinois, USA. More...


Study: Eating a big breakfast burns more calories
A new study says enjoying a big breakfast in the morning can actually help you burn more calories throughout the day. More...


Don't buy China's story: The coronavirus may have leaked from a lab
China's only Level 4 microbiology lab that is equipped to handle deadly coronaviruses, called the National Biosafety Laboratory, is part of the Wuhan Institute of Virology. More...


Growing Infertility Crisis May Be Tied To Poor Diets
Across the globe, average sperm count and quality have been gradually declining for years. More...


Eating cheese, yoghurt and milk can cut the risk of suffering a stroke by up to ten per cent, new research suggests
Research suggests consuming more dairy products cuts stroke risk in later life. More...


As demand spikes for medical equipment, this Texas manufacturer is caught in coronavirus's supply chain panic
An executive at a U.S. firm that makes surgical masks had warned for years that there could be a shortage, learning a painful lesson years ago about the boom and bust of health scares More...


Playing golf may help older adults live longer, study says
New research found that playing golf at least once a month can lower older adults' risk of premature death. More...


Testosterone levels affect risk of metabolic disease and cancers
Having genetically higher testosterone levels increases the risk of metabolic diseases such as type 2 diabetes in women, while reducing the risk in men. More...


Scientists Discover Mysterious Virus in Brazil With No Known Genes They Can Identify
Scientists have identified an enigmatic virus whose genome seems to be almost entirely new to science, populated by unfamiliar genes that have never before been documented in viral research. More...


Girls beginning puberty almost a year earlier than in 1970s
Onset of glandular breast tissue development has shifted by three months per decade More...


New study an eye-opener on how coronavirus is spreading and how little we know
A study published Friday in the medical journal JAMA found that 41% of the first 138 patients diagnosed at one hospital in Wuhan, China, were presumed to be infected in that hospital. More...


How China Is Working to Quarantine the Truth About the Coronavirus
The authoritarian playbook - censor, distract, lie - is on full display. More...


UK Government Declares Coronavirus 'Serious And Imminent' Threat To Public Health
The move gives the government additional powers to fight the spread of the virus. More...


Coronavirus brings China's surveillance state out of the shadows
Chinese are tracked by the world’s most sophisticated system of electronic surveillance. More...


Fighting Alzheimer's by cutting off amyloid at its source
New research is working on blocking the enzyme gamma secretase from making amyloids. More...


Hip fractures send 300,000 people to the hospital each year.
Taking calcium and vitamin D reduces the risk. More...


American Doctors Are Treating A Coronavirus Patient With A Robot
American doctors are taking extra precautions as they monitor and treat patients with 2019-nCoV, the coronavirus that emerged in China last month. More...


Nanoparticle chomps away plaques that cause heart attacks
Scientists have invented a nanoparticle that eats away -- from the inside out -- portions of plaques that cause heart attacks. More...


Living Near Major Roadways Raises Risk of MS and Other Neurologic Ills, Study Says
People living close to major roads or highways are at a greater risk of multiple sclerosis (MS), a database study of people in metropolitan Vancouver reports. More...


Durham health officials post signs reminding residents of cigarette, vape ban on city sidewalks
Durham has deep roots in the soil that produced tobacco, and marketing the leaf helped make the Bull City the fast-growing metropolis it is today. More...


Single dose of magic mushrooms can reduce anxiety, depression in cancer patients, study finds
Researchers say magic mushrooms could help long-term depression in cancer patients. More...


What's in your water? Researchers identify new toxic byproducts of disinfecting drinking water
When phenols, compounds that are commonly found in drinking water, mix with chlorine, hundreds of unknown, potentially toxic byproducts are formed. More...


Alzheimer's Disease Linked to Exposure to Aluminum
A new study out of Keele University, Staffordshire, UK found significant amounts of aluminum content in brain tissue of Alzheimer's patients. More...


Behavioral disorders in children tied to gut bacteria, study shows
The study, out of the University of Oregon and Oregon State University, looked at 40 kids in the Pacific Northwest between the ages of 5 and 7. More...


Stress speeds up hair greying process, science confirms
Fight-or-flight response nerves pump out hormone that wipes out pigmentation cells More...


California considers declaring common pain killer carcinogen
A fight is coming to California over whether to list one of the world's most common over-the-counter drugs as a carcinogen. More...


The number of Americans drinking themselves to death has more than doubled
And binge-drinkers are sipping more alcohol on average, especially in these 9 states More...


Why getting enough vitamin D in wintertime is so important
Vitamin D is essential for good health. More...


86% of Parents Say Teens Spend Too Much Time Gaming - Here's What They Can Do About It
Nearly 9 in 10 parents say teens spend too much time playing video games. More...


Fewer in U.S. Continue to See Vaccines as Important
The number of Americans who see vaccines as important or extremely important is down, and 10% of Americans believe vaccines cause autism while 46% of Americans are unsure. More...


Uncommon berry juice linked to lowered inflammation and blood pressure
A new study has found lingonberry can lower high blood pressure caused by inflammation. More...


Scientists Uncover a Never-Before-Seen Type of Signal Occurring in The Human Brain
Scientists have discovered a unique form of cell messaging occurring in the human brain that's not been seen before. More...


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