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Breast Cancer in Men: Treatments and Genetic Counseling
Source: Food and Drug AdministrationRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Male Breast Cancer... More Story with Video....


Caution: Bodybuilding Products Can Be Risky
Source: Food and Drug AdministrationRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Anabolic Steroids, Sports Fitness... More Story with Video....


Mammogram Decision Hinges on Patient-Doc Talk, Ob-Gyn Group Says
Updated guidelines say average-risk women can start screening at age 40Source: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Mammography, Talking With Your Doctor... More Story with Video....


Heart Disease: A Price Humans Pay for Fertility?
Study finds genes that boost risk for cardiovascular trouble also up chances of having childrenSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Genes and Gene Therapy, Heart Diseases... More Story with Video....


Legalized Pot May Lead to More Traffic Crashes
But auto accident deaths aren't on the rise in states where recreational pot is allowed, researchers saySource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Impaired Driving, Marijuana, Motor Vehicle Safety... More Story with Video....


Lifestyle Changes Might Prevent or Slow Dementia
The public should be aware of this encouraging research, expert saysSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Dementia, Genes and Gene Therapy, Healthy Living... More Story with Video....


OCD May Be Linked to Inflammation in the Brain
Breakthrough could spur better treatments for anxiety disorder, researchers saySource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder... More Story with Video....


Tissue Testing Can Spot Zika at Birth
Just 1 in 10 possible cases actually proved positive, report saysSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Infections and Pregnancy, Laboratory Tests, Zika Virus... More Story with Video....


Too Few Women, Docs Understand Dangers of Heart Disease
It kills more than all cancers combined, but study says many overlook the riskSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Health Occupations, Heart Disease in Women... More Story with Video....


When Is Tourette Syndrome Actually Autism?
Repetitive behaviors, restricted interests occur in both disorders, make correct diagnosis tricky, researchers reportSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Autism Spectrum Disorder, Tourette Syndrome... More Story with Video....


Could Your Office Job Rob You of Vitamin D?
Study finds most indoor workers get too little of the 'sunshine vitamin'Source: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Occupational Health, Sun Exposure, Vitamin D Deficiency... More Story with Video....


Most U.S. Teens Aren't 'Doing It'
By 18, more than half of adolescents were still virgins, new CDC survey revealsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Birth Control, Teen Sexual Health... More Story with Video....


Secondhand Smoke Still Plagues Some Cancer Survivors
Study found they face health risks from continued exposureSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Cancer--Living with Cancer, Health Disparities, Secondhand Smoke... More Story with Video....


Big Gap in Cancer Deaths Between Rich, Poor Countries
Poorer nations need greater access to effective health care and prevention programs, researchers saySource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Cancer, Health Disparities, Health Statistics... More Story with Video....


Head Position May Not Affect Outcome After Stroke
International study suggests patients will do as well sitting up as following doctor's orders to lie on their backsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Stroke, Stroke Rehabilitation... More Story with Video....


Breast-Feeding Tied to Lower Heart, Stroke Risk for Mom
Study finds the longer a woman does it, the lower her risk dropsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Breastfeeding, Heart Disease in Women... More Story with Video....


Rogue Genes May Cause Some ALS Cases
Most people with Lou Gehrig's disease have no known family history of itSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, Genes and Gene Therapy... More Story with Video....


Could a Monetary Perk Help Keep HIV Patients on Their Meds?
Study involving $70 gift cards suggests the approach might help, but only for someSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: HIV/AIDS, HIV/AIDS Medicines, Living with HIV/AIDS... More Story with Video....


Depressed Back Pain Patients Often Get Opioids
Study finds they are also more apt to get higher doses of the highly addictive painkillersSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Back Pain, Depression, Pain Relievers... More Story with Video....


Extreme Heat in Southwest a Deadly Threat
Here's how to protect yourself as temperatures top 120 degreesSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Heat Illness, Safety... More Story with Video....


Suicide Risk Especially High for U.S. Farmers
Other occupations have lower rates, study saysSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Health Disparities, Rural Health Concerns, Suicide... More Story with Video....


Could You Raise a 'No-Diaper' Baby?
Physician couple found it's possible, but daycare workers and babysitters may not want to give it a goSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Infant and Newborn Care... More Story with Video....


Opioid-Linked Hospitalizations Rising Fastest for Women: Study
U.S. cases rose 75 percent for females vs. 55 percent for males over a decade, study findsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Opioid Abuse and Addiction, Women's Health... More Story with Video....


FDA Warns Diabetics Against Use of Secondhand Test Strips
Previously purchased products may not have been stored properly, could lead to inaccurate resultsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Blood Sugar, Diabetes... More Story with Video....


When Is Risk Highest for Women with Breast Cancer Gene Mutations?
Study narrows down peak times, possibly aiding in preventive treatment decisionsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Breast Cancer, Genes and Gene Therapy... More Story with Video....


Zika-Bearing Mosquitoes More Widespread in U.S. Than Expected
Surveillance also caught an increase in bugs that transmit dengue and chikungunya virusesSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Insect Bites and Stings, Zika Virus... More Story with Video....


Could Certain Hair Dyes, Relaxers Raise Breast Cancer Risk?
Study findings differ by race, but one expert says they're inconclusiveSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: African American Health, Breast Cancer, Cosmetics... More Story with Video....


Group Urges Tougher Limits on Chemical in Shampoos, Cosmetics
Triclosan isn't proven safe or effective, coalition of scientists from 29 countries saysSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Cosmetics, Germs and Hygiene, Household Products... More Story with Video....


Study Hints At Link Between Some Statins, Parkinson's Risk
But the connection was only seen with certain types of the cholesterol-lowering drugsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Heart Diseases, Parkinson's Disease, Statins... More Story with Video....


Many Americans May Be Taking Too Much Vitamin D
Study finds more people are exceeding the upper daily limit of what is considered safeSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Dietary Supplements, Sun Exposure, Vitamin D... More Story with Video....


Many Chronic Illnesses Linked to Suicide Risk
Odds 9 times higher for people with traumatic brain injury, study suggestsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Coping with Chronic Illness, Suicide, Traumatic Brain Injury... More Story with Video....


Breaking Bad (Eating Habits)
How to change your relationship with food Source: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Diets, Nutrition... More Story with Video....


Childhood Chemo May Have Lasting Effects on Memory
Study found timing of treatment seemed to play a roleSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Cancer Chemotherapy, Cancer in Children, Memory... More Story with Video....


Americans Want to Be Fit, but Most Don't Put in The Effort
Survey finds three-quarters think appearance is 'very important,' yet only 31 percent work out regularlySource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Exercise and Physical Fitness, Weight Control... More Story with Video....


How to Beat Jet Lag This Summer Vacation
Sleep specialist offers these tips to help speed the resetSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Healthy Sleep, Traveler's Health... More Story with Video....


Yoga Soothes Back Pain in Study
Age-old practice did as good a job as physical therapy, but neither was a cure for all patientsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Back Pain, Complementary and Integrative Medicine... More Story with Video....


Major Heart Group Says Doctor-Patient Talks Are Key
Info needs to be tailored to patient's needs, level of understandingSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Health Literacy, Heart Diseases, Talking With Your Doctor... More Story with Video....


Most Mothers Have Been Victims of 'Mommy-Shaming,' Poll Finds
Criticism of parenting skills usually comes from family members, on topics from discipline to dietSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Child Nutrition, Child Safety, Parenting... More Story with Video....


Strike Back Against Snake Bites
Expert advice on what to do if you're bitten and how to prevent a bite in the first placeSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Animal Bites, First Aid... More Story with Video....


Why Patients Leave the Hospital Against Doctor's Orders
It's a growing problem, and patient age and insurance status is often key to this unhealthy decision, study findsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Health Facilities, Health Statistics... More Story with Video....


Opioid Abuse Jumps 6-Fold for U.S. Youth, Too Few Get Treated
Many don't receive medications recommended to beat these dependencies, researchers say Source: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Drugs and Young People, Opioid Abuse and Addiction, Prescription Drug Abuse... More Story with Video....


Raise the Smoking Age to 21? Most Kids Fine with That
Study found two-thirds of U.S. teens endorse such a move by statesSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Smoking and Youth... More Story with Video....


Why Yoga, Tai Chi and Meditation Are Good for You
Mind-body interventions reverse DNA reactions that cause stress, study suggestsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Anxiety, Complementary and Integrative Medicine, Stress... More Story with Video....


Guns Kill or Wound 7,000 U.S. Kids a Year: Report
It's a 'uniquely American problem,' one pediatrician saysSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Child Safety, Gun Safety... More Story with Video....


Time for Some Summer Sun Safety Tips
Pediatricians offer advice on preventing sunburns, other warm weather problemsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Child Safety, Sun Exposure... More Story with Video....


Cooking Out? Don't Forget Your Food Thermometer
Keeping everything at a safe temperature will help prevent food-borne illnessesSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Food Safety, Foodborne Illness... More Story with Video....


Helmets for Motorcyclists a No Brainer
Skull and facial injuries much more likely without head protectionSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Head Injuries, Motor Vehicle Safety... More Story with Video....


Lifesaving Drugs from Pfizer in Short Supply: FDA
Agency seeking alternatives, extending 'shelf life' for meds like epinephrineSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Anaphylaxis, Cardiac Arrest, Medicines... More Story with Video....


Study Cites Top Reasons Young Autism Patients Are Hospitalized
Mood disorders, sleep problems and having a single caregiver raise odds of in-patient psychiatric careSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Autism Spectrum Disorder, Child Mental Health, Health Facilities... More Story with Video....


Summer Fun Is Not without Hazards
Accidental deaths peak in July and August; here's how to avoid dangersSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Child Safety, Safety... More Story with Video....


Are U.S. Teens Now as Inactive as 60-Year-Olds?
The lack of exercise more evident among females than males, study saysSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Exercise for Children, Teen Health... More Story with Video....


High-Intensity Exercise May Be Bad for The Bowels
Hydration and proper food intake might help prevent gut trouble, researcher saysSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Digestive Diseases, Exercise and Physical Fitness... More Story with Video....


Many Tanning Salons Defy Legal Age Limits on Users
Some also make false claims about the health effects of tanning, researchers findSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Skin Cancer, Sun Exposure, Teen Health... More Story with Video....


Seniors Get Good Results from Herniated Disc Surgery
Age is no reason to avoid the operation, Norwegian researchers reportSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Herniated Disk, Seniors' Health... More Story with Video....


Addicts Try to Avoid Deadly Fentanyl, but Many Tragically Fail
Potent synthetic opioid now responsible for more than half of overdose deaths, study suggestsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Opioid Abuse and Addiction, Prescription Drug Abuse... More Story with Video....


Many Young Americans Using Snuff, Chewing Tobacco
Report notes that these smokeless tobacco products are addictive and carcinogenicSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Health Disparities, Health Statistics, Smokeless Tobacco... More Story with Video....


First Decline Seen in 'Vaping' Among U.S. Teens: CDC
Drop fueled a decrease in use of all tobacco products, report findsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: E-Cigarettes, Smoking and Youth... More Story with Video....


Healthy Dietary Fats Help Beat High Cholesterol
Eating them can reduce your risk of heart disease as effectively as statins, heart experts saySource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Cholesterol, Dietary Fats, Heart Diseases--Prevention... More Story with Video....


Pot Plus Booze: A Deadly Mix Behind the Wheel
Study found odds of a fatal auto accident jumped 5 times if both substances were usedSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Alcohol, Impaired Driving, Marijuana... More Story with Video....


Higher Pregnancy Weight Tied to Raised Odds for Birth Defects
But researchers say absolute risk is lowSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Birth Defects, Obesity, Preconception Care... More Story with Video....


Mission to Mars Would Double Astronauts' Cancer Risk
Deep space travel exposes cells to radiation and heavy ions, researchers saySource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Cancer, Radiation Exposure... More Story with Video....


'Couch Potatoes' May Face Higher Risk of Kidney, Bladder Cancers
Researchers say get moving, and point to national exercise guidelinesSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Bladder Cancer, Healthy Living, Kidney Cancer... More Story with Video....


Medical Costs Soar for U.S. Babies Born Addicted to Opioids
Yearly price tag for their care now tops $300 million, researchers reportSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Health Statistics, Opioid Abuse and Addiction, Pregnancy and Substance Abuse... More Story with Video....


Centenarians Often Healthier Than Younger Seniors
They have less chronic disease than those in their 80s and 90s, researcher saysSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Health Statistics, Seniors' Health... More Story with Video....


U.S. Hospitals Still Prescribe Too Many Antibiotics
1 in 5 patients experiences side effects from the drugs, which often aren't necessarySource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Antibiotics, Health Facilities... More Story with Video....


When Parents Focus on Smartphones, Kids' Misbehaving Can Rise
Little ones can feel snubbed by the devices and consequently act out, study suggestsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Child Development, Parenting, Toddler Development... More Story with Video....


Health Tip: Recognizing Summer Allergy Symptoms
A few of the lesser-known warning signs Source: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Hay Fever... More Story with Video....


A Sufferer's Guide to Easin' Sneezin' Season
Over-the-counter relief is an option, but a prescription may be needed for severe allergiesSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Hay Fever, Over-the-Counter Medicines... More Story with Video....


Could Prefab Blood Vessels Revolutionize Root Canals?
Oregon team develops way to regenerate the function of teeth after the surgerySource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Tooth Disorders... More Story with Video....


As U.S. Heroin Use Reaches 20-Year High, Cost to Society Soars
Tab is nearly $51,000 for each heroin user, far more than many chronic illnessesSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Heroin, Opioid Abuse and Addiction... More Story with Video....


Could You Spot Bed Bugs in A Hotel Room?
Survey finds they're a major worry for U.S. travelers, but many can't identify the annoying pestsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Bed Bugs, Traveler's Health... More Story with Video....


Fever During Pregnancy Tied to Autism in Study
But absolute risk is low, researcher saysSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Autism Spectrum Disorder, Fever, Pregnancy... More Story with Video....


Home Blood Pressure Monitors Wrong 7 of 10 Times
Checking your device against ones used at your doctor's office may be advised, experts saySource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: High Blood Pressure, Medical Device Safety... More Story with Video....


Helping Your Kids Cope with Your Divorce
Things Mom and Dad should agree on Source: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Child Mental Health, Divorce, Parenting... More Story with Video....


It's a Tough Flu Season for Dogs
Humans can't catch it, but new canine virus can make your pet 'sick as a dog'Source: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Bird Flu, Pet Health... More Story with Video....


Nighttime Airport Noise May Raise Heart Risks
More research needed to confirm that exposure to aircraft noise is the cause of health issuesSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Heart Diseases, High Blood Pressure, Noise... More Story with Video....


Flu Shot Falls Short More Often for Obese People: Study
Immune cells that guard against the virus don't function properly, researchers saySource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Flu Shot, Obesity... More Story with Video....


Braces Have Changed, From Metal to Tooth-Colored to Clear
Source: Food and Drug AdministrationRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Orthodontia... More Story with Video....


Adding in Prescription for Partner Boosts STD Care
Lower chlamydia, gonorrhea rates seen when one person can obtain treatment for both partnersSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Sexually Transmitted Diseases... More Story with Video....


Cardiac Arrest? Someday, Drones May Come to Your Rescue
Like something from a science fiction movie, the machines can fly in carrying life-saving equipmentSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Cardiac Arrest... More Story with Video....


Key Diabetes Test Gives Higher Blood Sugar Readings in Black Patients
Study suggests difference stems from both biological and care issues Source: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: A1C, African American Health, Health Disparities... More Story with Video....


Less Invasive Procedure May Treat Fibroids without Harming Fertility
Study found blocking blood flow to growths worked for women who went on to conceive, have childrenSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Infertility, Uterine Fibroids, Women's Health... More Story with Video....


Sticky Brain 'Plaques' Implicated in Alzheimer's Again
Researchers believe these substances form in early stages of the memory-robbing diseaseSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Alzheimer's Disease... More Story with Video....


For Diabetics, Nasal Powder Fixed Severe Low Blood Sugar
New product much easier to use than rescue injections, researcher says Source: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Blood Sugar, Diabetes... More Story with Video....


Protein Powerhouses
5 nutritious ideas for every dietSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Dietary Proteins, Nutrition... More Story with Video....


'Beans' or 'Sizzlin' Beans:' Words Get People Eating Healthier
Simple changes to a cafeteria's veggie descriptions caused a big change in choices, study foundSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Food Labeling, Nutrition... More Story with Video....


Nearly 10 Million U.S. Adults Suffer from Mental Illness
More than a third aren't getting help, federal study saysSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Drug Abuse, Mental Disorders... More Story with Video....


Stay Safe as Summer Temps Soar
ER physician offers advice on avoiding heat health problemsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Heat Illness... More Story with Video....


2 Billion Worldwide Are Obese or Overweight
Study shows it's not only an American problem, but an international health crisisSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: International Health, Obesity, Obesity in Children... More Story with Video....


Many Preemies Don't Struggle in School
Two-thirds of the tiniest infants were ready for kindergarten, study saysSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Child Development, Premature Babies... More Story with Video....


Patient's Education Level May Be Key to Heart Risk
As the number of diplomas rose, odds of cardiovascular issues declined, study foundSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Heart Diseases... More Story with Video....


Teens with ADHD Face a Higher Crash Risk
Study found they were 36 percent more likely to get in an accident than other adolescentsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Motor Vehicle Safety, Teen Health... More Story with Video....


Asian Women Less Likely to Get Follow-Up After Abnormal Mammogram
Language, cultural barriers may prevent them from receiving needed care, study authors saySource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Asian American Health, Mammography... More Story with Video....


Choosing a Personal Trainer
Ask questions to find the right fitSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Exercise and Physical Fitness... More Story with Video....


Poor Sleep Habits = Poor Grades
Study of college students finds regular slumber schedule a key to successSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: College Health, Sleep Disorders... More Story with Video....


Can Folks with Type 2 Diabetes Forgo the Finger Stick?
Self-monitoring of blood sugar had no effect on long-term glucose levels in those not taking insulin, researchers saySource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Blood Sugar, Diabetes Medicines, Diabetes Type 2... More Story with Video....


With Summer Sun Comes Heightened Skin Cancer Risk
Doctor shares tips for prevention, recognitionSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Melanoma, Skin Cancer, Sun Exposure... More Story with Video....


Bed Partner Often Fuels Loved One's Insomnia
Well-intentioned tips to encourage better sleep often backfire, study findsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Insomnia, Sleep Disorders... More Story with Video....


Depression Can Slow Hospital Patients' Recovery
Screening for the mood disorder is important for successful healing, psychiatrist saysSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Depression... More Story with Video....


Even Your Bones Can Get Fat, Mouse Study Suggests
But running rodents improved their bone quality in just weeks, researchers saySource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Bone Density, Exercise and Physical Fitness, Obesity... More Story with Video....


1 in 7 Americans Has Kidney Disease: CDC
Statistics should serve as a 'warning bell,' health expert saysSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Chronic Kidney Disease... More Story with Video....


Boys More Likely to Hide a Concussion Than Girls
Study of high school athletes suggests fear of looking 'weak' might play a roleSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Concussion, Sports Injuries, Sports Safety... More Story with Video....


FDA Asks Maker of Opioid Painkiller Opana ER to Pull Drug from Market
Agency says the powerful medication's risk for abuse now outweighs any benefitSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Medicines, Opioid Abuse and Addiction, Pain Relievers... More Story with Video....


The Facts on Flax
A nutrition powerhouse in a tiny package Source: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Nutrition... More Story with Video....


1 in 20 Pregnant Women Infected with Zika Have Babies with Birth Defects: CDC
Report from U.S. territories finds 120 newborns suffered range of devastating developmental problemsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Birth Defects, Infections and Pregnancy, Zika Virus... More Story with Video....


Opioids Over-Prescribed After C-Sections: Studies
Pills women don't use may end up in the wrong hands, researchers suggestSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Cesarean Section, Opioid Abuse and Addiction, Postpartum Care... More Story with Video....


It's Snakes to the Rescue for Heart Patients
Venom from one slithery serpent might be source of a better blood thinner, early research suggestsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Blood Thinners... More Story with Video....


Does a Low-Fat Dairy Habit Boost Parkinson's Risk?
Study showed 3 or more servings daily raised chances of the movement disorder, but absolute risk still lowSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Dietary Fats, Parkinson's Disease... More Story with Video....


Heart Infections Spike as Injection-Drug Abuse Climbs
Typical endocarditis patient is white, young and from a rural area, report saysSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Endocarditis, Heroin, Opioid Abuse and Addiction... More Story with Video....


Newborns Sickened with Legionnaire's Disease via Home Water Birth
Arizona investigators say better precautions needed to avoid the potentially deadly infectionSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Childbirth, Legionnaires' Disease, Uncommon Infant and Newborn Problems... More Story with Video....


Abused Women Prone to Unnecessary Ovary Removal
Researchers think physical, emotional or sexual abuse may prompt women to over-react to gynecological symptomsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Domestic Violence, Ovarian Disorders... More Story with Video....


Babies' Fascination with Faces May Start in the Womb
Ultrasound study detects this preference in 34th week of pregnancy, researchers saySource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Fetal Health and Development... More Story with Video....


Climate Change May Up Asthma Irritant, Study Says
Researchers warn about possible increase of Alternaria alternata fungusSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Allergy, Asthma, Climate Change... More Story with Video....


Migraine Warning Signs May Differ in Kids, Adults
Treating before a headache starts might lead to more effective pain relief, specialist saysSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Children's Health, Migraine... More Story with Video....


Pregnancy Diet High in Refined Grains Could Increase Child Obesity Risk By Age 7, NIH Study Suggests
Source: National Institute of Child Health and Human Development - Related MedlinePlus Pages: Diabetes and Pregnancy, Obesity in Children... More Story with Video....


Heart Risks to Fetus from Bipolar Drug May Be Lower Than Thought
Pregnant women taking lithium should discuss any concerns with doctor, researchers saySource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Bipolar Disorder, Congenital Heart Defects, Pregnancy and Medicines... More Story with Video....


Is Full Lymph Node Removal Always Needed for Melanoma?
Survival was just as long for those who had less extensive surgery, large study findsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Lymphatic Diseases, Melanoma, Surgery... More Story with Video....


Marathon Runs Won't Harm Your Arteries
Age, not mileage, predicted hardening of vessels in study sampleSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Atherosclerosis, Exercise and Physical Fitness... More Story with Video....


The Doctor Will (Virtually) See You Now
Using telehealth for health care Source: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Talking With Your Doctor... More Story with Video....


Guard Against This Little-Known Swimming Danger
Electric shock in water can kill unless you take precautions with nearby wiringSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Electrical Injuries, Water Safety (Recreational)... More Story with Video....


Health Tip: Graduating Teens, Take Care of Your Health
Advice for staying wellSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Teen Health... More Story with Video....


More Cancers Caught in Wealthy People
Those with more money more likely to be screened, researchers reportSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Cancer, Health Disparities, Health Screening... More Story with Video....


Study Confirms Link Between Diabetes Med and Rare but Dangerous Complication
SLGT2 inhibitors can hike risk for condition known as diabetic ketoacidosis, research showsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Diabetes Complications, Diabetes Medicines, Diabetes Type 2... More Story with Video....


Excess Alcohol May Speed Muscle Loss in Older Women
After menopause, frequent drinkers had four times the risk of sarcopenia, study foundSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse, Muscle Disorders, Seniors' Health... More Story with Video....


Overweight Kids Pay a Heavy Social Price
They tend to have fewer friends, which can lead to depression and other emotional problems, researchers saySource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Child Mental Health, Obesity in Children, School Health... More Story with Video....


Special Brain Scans May Predict Autism in High-Risk Babies
In small study, technique identified 82 percent of infants later diagnosed with the disorderSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Autism Spectrum Disorder, Infant and Newborn Development, MRI Scans... More Story with Video....


Toddlers Who Drink Cow's Milk Alternatives May Be Shorter
Difference is small, about a half inch at age 3, study findsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Dietary Proteins, Toddler Development, Toddler Nutrition... More Story with Video....


U.S. Liver Cancer Deaths Have Doubled Since 1980s
It's now fifth-leading cause of cancer death in men and No. 8 among womenSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Hepatitis C, Liver Cancer... More Story with Video....


Antidepressants During Pregnancy Safe for Baby
It finds newborns aren't more likely to be irritable, hard to feed or sleeplessSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Antidepressants, Pregnancy and Medicines... More Story with Video....


Teen Boys Treated for Assault Often Want Mental Health Care, Too
Support can help adolescents recover and get back to school, researcher saysSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Teen Mental Health... More Story with Video....


Working Workouts into Your Life
No, web surfing doesn't count!Source: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Exercise and Physical Fitness... More Story with Video....


Even Moderate Drinking May Dull the Aging Brain
Findings suggest U.S. drinking guidelines might be too liberal Source: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Alcohol... More Story with Video....


Persistent Pain May Lead to Memory Troubles
Study even suggests link between chronic aches and dementia riskSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Chronic Pain, Memory, Pain... More Story with Video....


Drinking Diet Beverages During Pregnancy Linked to Child Obesity, NIH Study Suggests
Source: National Institute of Child Health and Human Development - Related MedlinePlus Pages: Obesity in Children, Pregnancy... More Story with Video....


4 in 10 Job-Based Health Plans in U.S. Are Now 'High-Deductible'
These employees are more likely to face financial barriers to care, researchers findSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Health Insurance... More Story with Video....


Legionnaires' Hiding in Hospital, Nursing Home Plumbing Systems: CDC
Effective water management, sanitation programs can reduce the risk of exposure to this deadly bacteriaSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Legionnaires' Disease... More Story with Video....


Publicly Funded Cancer Trials Gained Americans 3 Million More Years
Study looked at data stretching from 1956 and 2016Source: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Cancer, Clinical Trials, Health Statistics... More Story with Video....


Why Teen Mental Ability Surges While Brain Shrinks
Researchers say they may have answer to an enduring anatomy riddleSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Teen Development... More Story with Video....


'Recovery-Oriented' Talk Therapy May Help Curb Schizophrenia
Even very ill patients progressed over time, researchers reportSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Schizophrenia... More Story with Video....


1 in 5 Weight-Loss Surgery Patients Using Opioids Years Later
Though procedure relieves obesity-related pain, it doesn't erase the need for painkillers, researchers reportSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Opioid Abuse and Addiction, Surgery, Weight Loss Surgery... More Story with Video....


Just 10 Cigarettes During Pregnancy Can Harm Kids
Teens whose mothers smoked may have issues with thinking skills, study showsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Pregnancy, Pregnancy and Substance Abuse, Smoking... More Story with Video....


Pregnancy Weight Gain: Too Much or Too Little Is Unhealthy
Try to get to a healthy weight before conception, experts adviseSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Health Problems in Pregnancy, Pregnancy, Weight Control... More Story with Video....


Add Fiber without Extra Calories
How to fill up, not out Source: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Dietary Fiber... More Story with Video....


Implantable Defibrillator May Not Mean End to Sports
Risks for athletes might be lower than once believed, study saysSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Exercise and Physical Fitness, Pacemakers and Implantable Defibrillators... More Story with Video....


Moving Toward a Better Blood Pressure Pill
Combining low doses of multiple drugs might work for some, study findsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Blood Pressure Medicines, High Blood Pressure... More Story with Video....


Are Many A-Fib Patients Getting the Wrong Dose?
Study of newer blood thinners finds 16 percent receive too much or too little medicationSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Atrial Fibrillation, Medicines... More Story with Video....


Cirrhosis Could Raise Stroke Risk
Average yearly rate of the attacks doubled in people with the liver disease, study foundSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Cirrhosis, Stroke... More Story with Video....


Americans Buying Less Salt-Laden Foods
Still, study found they eat too much salt for their own goodSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Food Labeling, Nutrition, Sodium... More Story with Video....


Sudden Unexpected Infant Deaths May Be Underestimated: Study
Lack of standardized death investigations might leave some babies out of official countsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Sudden Infant Death Syndrome... More Story with Video....


Diet Journaling Made Easier
Keep track of calories online Source: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Diets, Weight Control... More Story with Video....


Can Sharing Your Bedroom with Baby Come with Risks?
Despite latest guidelines, odds of poorer sleep and SIDS are higher, study findsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Infant and Newborn Care... More Story with Video....


Drug Extends Lives of Patients with Advanced Prostate Cancer: Studies
Findings could 'change clinical practice overnight,' leading oncologist saysSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Medicines, Prostate Cancer... More Story with Video....


Drug Helps Fight Breast Tumors Tied to 'Cancer Genes'
Lynparza may offer a new treatment for women with advanced BRCA-related disease, researchers saySource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Breast Cancer, Medicines... More Story with Video....


Shifting Weather Can Unleash Pollen 'Superburst'
Trees, grasses and weeds may bloom all at once, creating agony for those with allergiesSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Allergy, Hay Fever... More Story with Video....


What You Need to Know about Antidepressants
They work by affecting brain chemicals that regulate mood, FDA explainsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Antidepressants, Depression... More Story with Video....


Air Mattresses Linked to More Than 100 Infant Deaths
They can mold to a baby's face, leading to suffocation, researchers saySource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Infant and Newborn Care, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome... More Story with Video....


Baby Teeth Study Points to Links Between Autism, Lead Levels
Lead exposure raised risk, while too little zinc, manganese did the sameSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Autism Spectrum Disorder, Lead Poisoning, Prenatal Care... More Story with Video....


Deciding If Double Knee Replacement Is Right for You
For certain patients, the 2-in-1 approach is a good option, specialist saysSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Knee Injuries and Disorders, Knee Replacement... More Story with Video....


Dark Skin No Shield from Deadly Skin Cancer
Death rates from melanoma are higher for people of color, skin expert saysSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Melanoma, Skin Cancer... More Story with Video....


Lentils: the Forgotten Legumes
Beans' little cousins pack in flavor and nutrientsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Dietary Fiber, Dietary Proteins, Nutrition... More Story with Video....


Overcharging Common in U.S. Emergency Rooms
Minorities and uninsured are most often victims of 'price gouging', study contendsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Emergency Medical Services, Health Disparities... More Story with Video....


The Cost of Bike Crashes in U.S. Tops $24 Billion a Year
Study suggests more street accidents, older bikers are boosting expensesSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Exercise and Physical Fitness, Sports Safety... More Story with Video....


Zika's Set to Return to Mainland U.S., but Budget Cuts Threaten Response
Health experts warn that less federal funding will make it hard to battle the birth defect-causing virusSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Zika Virus... More Story with Video....


Can Online Treatment Replace Your Therapist?
For people with mild or moderate depression, web-based versions might help, study findsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Depression... More Story with Video....


Elite High Schools Breed Higher Risk of Addiction
Rates are two to three times higher than national normsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse, Drug Abuse, Teen Mental Health... More Story with Video....


Wild 'Death Cap' Mushroom Seriously Sickens 14 in California
Foraging by novices tied to 3 people needing liver transplants and permanent brain damage in a childSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Poisoning... More Story with Video....


Seasonal Allergies: Which Medication is Right for You?
Source: Food and Drug AdministrationRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Allergy, Hay Fever... More Story with Video....


Loneliness May Lead to Sleepless Nights
Study suggests that feeling alone may make one feel less safe, unable to restSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Mental Health, Sleep Disorders... More Story with Video....


Scientists Spot Genetic Clues to Disfiguring 'Fish Scale' Disease
People with the disorder have dry scales on their skinSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Genes and Gene Therapy, Skin Conditions... More Story with Video....


Advocating for a Loved One
The many facets of caregiving Source: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Caregivers... More Story with Video....


Marijuana May Make Your Gums Go to Pot
People who use it frequently twice as likely to have periodontal disease, researchers saySource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Gum Disease, Marijuana... More Story with Video....


MS-Related Brain Changes May Affect Social Skills
Study might explain why some multiple sclerosis patients stop understanding what others are feelingSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Multiple Sclerosis... More Story with Video....


New Teen Drivers Face Triple the Risk of a Fatal Crash
Distractions, such as cell phones, and failure to buckle up are main causesSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Motor Vehicle Safety, Teen Health... More Story with Video....


Health Tip: Grill a Healthier Meal
Temperature and ingredients matter Source: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Nutrition... More Story with Video....


New Combo Pill Offers Hope to Hepatitis C Patients Who Fail Other Treatment
3-drug mixture was nearly 100 percent effective in drug company trialsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Hepatitis C... More Story with Video....


Drug Xeloda Prolongs Survival for Some Breast Cancer Patients
It cut risk of relapse, death by 30 percent over 5 years, trial foundSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Breast Cancer... More Story with Video....


Americans with HIV Staying on Lifesaving Meds Longer
But too many still quit taking drugs a few years after diagnosisSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: HIV/AIDS, HIV/AIDS Medicines, Living with HIV/AIDS... More Story with Video....


Communication Problems Not At Root of Tantrums in Kids with Autism
Study shows outbursts occur just as frequently among children without speech, language troublesSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Autism Spectrum Disorder... More Story with Video....


Getting Bedbugs Out of Nursing Homes, Apartment Buildings - for Good
Taking steps to keep pests away is key in multi-unit housing, insect specialist saysSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Bed Bugs... More Story with Video....


Nearly 4 Percent of Americans Suffer from Food Allergies
Study finds most common allergy is to shellfish, but peanuts also pose big threatSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Anaphylaxis, Food Allergy... More Story with Video....


Obese Women May Have More Intense Hot Flashes
Body fat might trap heat inside the body, researchers saySource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Menopause, Obesity, Women's Health... More Story with Video....


Suicide Risk Is High for Psychiatric Patients Long After Discharge from Care
Monitoring by doctors, family and friends is crucial, researchers and experts saySource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Mental Health, Suicide... More Story with Video....


The Whole Truth about Whole Fruits
Why it's often better to skip the smoothieSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Nutrition... More Story with Video....


1 in 4 Nursing Home Residents Has Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria
More infection-prevention education and policies are needed, study findings suggest Source: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Antibiotic Resistance, Infection Control, Nursing Homes... More Story with Video....


Health Tip: Know Your Risk for Obesity
Here's what makes it more likely Source: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Obesity... More Story with Video....


Health Tip: Stay Safe During Summer
Five ways to protect your family Source: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Safety... More Story with Video....


Can a 70-Year-Old Have the Arteries of A 20-Year-Old?
It's possible, but hard work in today's 'Western' culture, study findsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Healthy Living, Heart Diseases--Prevention... More Story with Video....


How to Prepare Your Teen for That First Ob-Gyn Visit
Gynecologist offers tips on ways to make it a positive experienceSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Teen Health, Women's Health Checkup... More Story with Video....


Transgender People Report More Health Problems
Disparities can't be explained by lower income, other factors, researcher saysSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Health, Health Disparities... More Story with Video....


Costs of ER Treatments a Mystery to Many Docs
Just 4 in 10 could accurately estimate charges for patients, study findsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Health Occupations... More Story with Video....


Scientists Tweak Antibiotic to Boost Power Against 'Superbugs'
New form of vancomycin hits bacteria in 3 ways, helping curb the threat of microbial resistanceSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Antibiotic Resistance, Antibiotics... More Story with Video....


U.S. Teen Births Hit Historic Low: CDC
Data from 2014 also shows that more older women are having children, study findsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Health Statistics, Teenage Pregnancy... More Story with Video....


Lawn Mowers Are Risky Business for Kids
Injuries can lead to amputations, pediatric trauma expert cautionsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Child Safety, Limb Loss, Safety... More Story with Video....


To Lose Weight, Start with Dairy Swaps
You can cut out some calories and add calciumSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Calcium, Weight Control... More Story with Video....


5 Essential Tips for Hospital Patients and Their Visitors
Start by keeping hands clean, health experts saySource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Health Facilities, Infection Control... More Story with Video....


Bystander CPR Helps Save Brain Function After Near-Drowning
Heart compressions were even more effective than automatic defibrillator, study findsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: CPR, Cardiac Arrest, Drowning... More Story with Video....


Depression Often a Precursor to Falls in Elderly People
But study found proper dose of psychiatric drugs might erase that dangerSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Depression, Falls, Seniors' Health... More Story with Video....


Warming Climate, More Sleepless Nights?
Poor and elderly will feel the heat the most, study predictsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Climate Change, Sleep Disorders... More Story with Video....


Gut Bacteria Changes After Some Weight-Loss Surgeries
Better diversity seen after Roux-en-Y gastric bypass, researchers saySource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Weight Loss Surgery... More Story with Video....


One Man's Trash Is Another's Fiber
Wasted food in U.S. would reduce nutritional shortfalls, researchers saySource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Dietary Fiber, Nutrition... More Story with Video....


Promising Results for Drug to Fight Arthritis Linked to Psoriasis
Psoriatic arthritis causes painful joint swelling, but new medication Taltz might helpSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Medicines, Psoriatic Arthritis... More Story with Video....


Kidneys from Deceased Diabetics Might Ease Organ Shortage
More than 100,000 people are on the U.S. kidney transplant wait-listSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Diabetes, Kidney Transplantation, Organ Donation... More Story with Video....


Alzheimer's Deaths Jump 55 Percent: CDC
More patients also dying at home, with the caregiving burden falling on loved onesSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Alzheimer's Caregivers, Alzheimer's Disease, Health Statistics... More Story with Video....


New Cholesterol Fighting Meds Target Key Gene
Two trials show promise for non-statin approach to heart healthSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Cholesterol, Genes and Gene Therapy, Medicines... More Story with Video....


Stroke Risk Can Rise with Pregnancy-Linked High Blood Pressure
Infections, clotting disorders, history of high blood pressure puts women with preeclampsia in jeopardy, study saysSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: High Blood Pressure in Pregnancy, Stroke... More Story with Video....


Autism's 'Worryingly' High Suicide Rates Spur Conference
Signs of depression may differ from those seen in general population, researcher saysSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Autism Spectrum Disorder, Suicide... More Story with Video....


Eye Problems May Be Tied to Zika, Lab Study Suggests
Work with monkeys indicates birth defects could extend beyond brain abnormalitiesSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Eye Diseases, Infections and Pregnancy, Zika Virus... More Story with Video....


Special Diets, Supplements for Autism Still a Question Mark
Analysis of 19 trials turned up little proof they actually work; more definitive research neededSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Autism Spectrum Disorder, Child Nutrition, Dietary Supplements... More Story with Video....


Teasing Teens About Weight May Do Lasting Harm
They're more likely to be obese and struggle with emotional eating as adults, research findsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Bullying, Obesity in Children, Teen Mental Health... More Story with Video....


U.S. Moms-to-Be Often Victims of Assault
Researchers recommended routine prenatal screening for violence and traumaSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Domestic Violence, Health Disparities, Pregnancy... More Story with Video....


Do Daughters Bring Out a Dad's 'Softer Side'?
Study found men raising toddlers were more responsive, emotional with girls than boysSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Men's Health, Parenting... More Story with Video....


Haywire Immune Cells May Help Cause Baldness
Cells that fight inflammation also play role in hair growth, mice study findsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Hair Loss, Immune System and Disorders... More Story with Video....


Are All Those 'Fidget Spinners' Really Helping Kids?
Hot toy is probably more of a distraction than a help in the classroom, experts saySource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Autism Spectrum Disorder, School Health... More Story with Video....


Hospitals Vary in Moving Stroke Patients to Comfort or Hospice Care
Study found doctors more apt to suggest it sooner for older, white, female and uninsured patientsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: End of Life Issues, Health Disparities, Stroke... More Story with Video....



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