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Could Cholesterol Help Drive Alzheimer's Disease? - 2021-09-17
"Cholesterol made in the brain may spur development of Alzheimer's disease, a new study suggests." More

Millions Who Joined Medicaid During Health Emergency Could Soon Lose Coverage - 2021-09-17
"Fifteen million Americans who enrolled in Medicaid during the pandemic could lose their coverage when the emergency declaration ends, according to an analysis by the Urban Institute, a social policy think tank." More

Child Obesity Rose Sharply During Pandemic - 2021-09-17
"Childhood obesity was a worrisome issue before the pandemic, and now it's alarmingly worse, new data shows." More

Robotics Bring the White Cane Into the 21st Century - 2021-09-16
"The "white cane" that many blind people rely on for navigating the world hasn't been upgraded in a century, but researchers are reporting progress on a "robo-cane" they hope will modernize the assistive device." More

Pandemic Has Many Women Holding Back on Motherhood, NYC Study Finds - 2021-09-16
"The COVID-19 pandemic has many women thinking twice about having more kids." More

NIH Spending Nearly $470 Million on Long-Haul COVID Study - 2021-09-16
"The U.S. National Institutes of Health is spending nearly $470 million to study the long-term effects of COVID-19, the agency announced Wednesday." More

Is There a Link Between Vaping and Eating Disorders in the Young? - 2021-09-15
"College students who vape appear to be at higher risk of having an eating disorder, a new study suggests." More

Turning 65 Brings Big Health Care Cost Savings, Study Finds - 2021-09-15
"When Americans are eligible for Medicare at age 65, they see a significant drop in their out-of-pocket medical costs." More

After an ICU Stay, Social Support Crucial for Seniors' Survival - 2021-09-15
"Older adults who are socially isolated are more likely to experience serious disability or die after a stay in the intensive care unit (ICU), new research reveals." More

COVID Vaccines for Kids Under 12 Could Come This Fall: Fauci - 2021-09-15
"The vaccines could be authorized by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration this fall for children ages 5 to 11, Fauci told CNN on Tuesday." More

Trouble Concentrating at Work? Your Office Air May Be to Blame - 2021-09-14
"A new study found increased concentrations of fine particulate matter, called PM2.5, and lower ventilation rates were linked to slower response times and reduced accuracy." More

Is Hysterectomy Always Needed for a Common, Painful Gynecologic Condition? - 2021-09-14
"Adenomyosis is abnormal tissue growth in the wall of the uterus, which causes cramps and heavy menstrual bleeding. The condition affects as many as one in three women." More

Most Alzheimer's Patients Wouldn't Have Qualified for Controversial Drug's Trial: Study - 2021-09-14
"U.S. approval of the Alzheimer's drug Aduhelm is already mired in controversy. Now a new study finds that most Alzheimer's patients could not have taken part in clinical trials that led to the green light." More

Your State's Laws Might Save Your Life If Breast Cancer Strikes - 2021-09-13
"As many as 40% of women have dense breast tissue, which increases risk for breast cancer. What's more, mammograms often miss these cancers, leading to later diagnoses when the breast cancer has already started to spread. " More

Obamacare's Medicaid Expansion Helped Americans' Blood Pressure - 2021-09-13
"With the expansion of Medicaid under Obamacare, fewer Americans are uninsured and more are getting their blood pressure and blood sugar under control, a new study finds." More

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