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More Years Playing Football, More Brain Lesions on MRI: Study - 2021-11-29
"A new study suggests that brain scans can reliably spot troubling signs of sports-inflicted neurological damage while a person is still alive." More

FDA Approves Imaging Drug That Can Help Surgeons Spot Ovarian Cancers - 2021-11-29
"The drug, Cytalux (pafolacianine), is meant to improve a surgeon's ability to detect ovarian cancer while operating on a patient." More

Many Kids, Teens Think Girls Don't Care About Computer Science - 2021-11-29
"The misconception that girls are less interested than boys in computer science and engineering begins at a young age in the United States." More

A Routine Skin Check Could Save Your Life - 2021-11-27
"While encouraging people to do routine self-exams, the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) shares some case studies that led to important discoveries." More

During the Holidays, Help Protect the Elderly from Falls - 2021-11-26
"A holiday visit with older relatives might be a good chance to help them remove fall risks in their home, an expert suggests." More

Give Others Help, Get Back Health Benefits: Study - 2021-11-26
"When it comes to helping others and your health, it might be better to give than to receive, a new study suggests." More

As Holidays Return to Normal, Here's How to De-Stress - 2021-11-26
"A return to a more normal holiday season may also mean higher stress levels, so an expert offers some coping tips." More

Pandemic Doubled Need for Inpatient Care of Eating Disorders - 2021-11-24
"The number of people who were hospitalized for eating disorders such as anorexia and bulimia doubled in May 2020, about two months after the COVID-19 pandemic was officially declared a national emergency." More

Rural Hospitals' ERs Just as Effective as Urban Ones: Study - 2021-11-24
"If you live the country life, new research brings a reassuring finding: Your chances of surviving a heart attack, stroke or other potentially life-threatening medical emergency at a rural emergency department are similar to odds at a city ER in the United States." More

Adults With ADHD Face 4 Times the Odds for Anxiety Disorder - 2021-11-24
"Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is not just a childhood disorder, and new research shows that adults with ADHD are four times more likely to have anxiety disorder." More

Kraft Recalls Powdered Drinks Over Metal, Glass Concerns - 2021-11-24
"Kraft Heinz Co. announced that it is recalling certain lots of Country Time Lemonade, Tang, Arizona Tea and Kool-Aid powdered drinks because they may contain small pieces of metal or glass." More

Adding Juice to Baby's Diet Could Set Stage for Obesity - 2021-11-24
"Giving your baby fruit juice too early in life could lead to greater intake of sugary drinks later in childhood and much higher odds for obesity and tooth decay, a new study of more than 4,000 American mothers has found." More

Social Media Tied to Higher Risk of Depression - 2021-11-23
"The latest in a spate of studies investigating links between use of social media and depression suggests the two go hand in hand." More

Brain's 'White Matter' Changes in People With Autism - 2021-11-23
"Teens and young adults with autism show marked differences in their brains' white matter compared to those without the disorder, a new study finds." More

'Active Grandparent': Humans Evolved to Exercise in Old Age - 2021-11-23
"Becoming a couch potato as you get older goes against evolution and puts your health at risk, a new study suggests." More

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