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Diet drinks linked to stroke in older women

Women who drink two or more diet sodas a day had the most elevated risk.

Published: 03/22/2019

Women who quit smoking less prone to rheumatoid arthritis

Researchers uncover link and shed new light on the possible causes of RA.

Published: 03/21/2019

Sleep apnea study ties tiredness to heart, stroke risks

Treatment can be both life-changing and lifesaving.

Published: 03/20/2019

U.S. overdose deaths outpace other wealthy nations

Research sheds light on this unprecedented problem.

Published: 03/19/2019

Common heartburn drugs may raise kidney disease risk

What to know if you take a proton pump inhibitor.

Published: 03/18/2019

Healing after trauma

Though your memories won't go away after a trauma, you can learn how to cope.

Published: 03/17/2019

5 ways to celebrate cabbage this St. Paddy's Day

May your feast be swell and this versatile veggie serve you well.

Published: 03/16/2019

For weight loss, the slow way is still the best

New research confirms it's safest to follow conventional advice.

Published: 03/15/2019

Pushups: An unlikely clue to heart health

A two-minute pushup test may help gauge men’s heart disease risk.

Published: 03/14/2019

No significant increase in breast cancer risk from plasticizing chemicals, study finds

It's the largest study yet on phthalates and breast cancer, but more research is needed.

Published: 03/13/2019

Screen time for babies and toddlers more than doubles

Unless it's a video chat with Grandma or Grandpa, screens should be off-limits for kids under 18 months.

Published: 03/12/2019

Teen marijuana use tied to adult depression

New research sheds light on marijuana and mood.

Published: 03/11/2019

One quick trick to cut down on salt

Most of us eat too much salt. But a low-sodium diet doesn't mean a flavorless one—just follow these steps to keep your meals tasting great.

Published: 03/10/2019

Make daylight saving a springboard to better health

As we spring forward, here are some tips on how not to fall back into bad health habits.

Published: 03/09/2019

Some cancers increasing for younger adults

Find out which weight-related cancers showed the sharpest surge.

Published: 03/08/2019

Healthy eating may improve mental health

Even those without full-blown depression might benefit.

Published: 03/07/2019

Electric scooters: Collisions and head injuries are common

Only 4 percent of people injured riding scooters were wearing helmets.

Published: 03/06/2019

Nearly half of American adults have heart or blood vessel disease

Death rates from cardiovascular disease are on the rise.

Published: 03/05/2019

In 30 years, mammograms have saved half a million lives

Better treatment has helped too.

Published: 03/04/2019

Raise your spring break game

Keep these tips in mind to relax and celebrate safely.

Published: 03/03/2019

Is it time to be screened for colorectal cancer?

When colorectal cancer is caught early, the five-year survival rate is about 90 percent.

Published: 03/02/2019

Extreme exercise not likely to put your heart at risk

Still, it's a good idea to check with your doctor before seriously stepping up your workouts.

Published: 03/01/2019

Want to eat better? Try moving more

In a new study, former couch potatoes who started exercising started eating better too.

Published: 02/28/2019

For TMJ facial pain, try a little TLC

Study suggests trying self-care practices first.

Published: 02/27/2019

E-cigs are a gateway to cigarette smoking for some kids

Kids who vaped were four times more likely to move on to cigarettes.

Published: 02/26/2019

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