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MRI scans show structural changes in the brains of adolescents who spend greater amounts of time on cell phones, video games. TVs and other screens. Researchers say these changes were associated with increased depression and anxiety.
A new study finds embryos from pregnancies that end is miscarriage develop at a slower rate than embryos that end in live births
E. coli from raw poultry and meat is making its way into people through our food supply, causing UTIs and other illnesses, researchers say.
If you’re one of the millions of people with allergic asthma or eczema, you may be more likely to develop the wear-and-tear form of arthritis as you age.
This is the main finding from a new study that examined the risk of developing osteoarthritis among people with the two allergic conditions.
The study wasn’t designed...
Researchers have discovered that two drugs might be better than one for women who have advanced endometrial cancer.
Combining chemotherapy and immunotherapy or a monoclonal antibody at the same time helped these patients live longer without their cancer progressing, especially those who had a specific type of endometrial cancer known as a ...
Children with mental health problems are flooding America's hospitals.
A new study of 4.8 million pediatric hospitalizations between 2009 and 2019 found that the number of acute care hospitalizations for kids with mental health problems increased significantly. In 2019, most were due to attempted suicides, suicidal thoughts or self-injury,...
People with irregular sleep patterns may face substantially higher odds of high blood pressure than those who stick to a schedule, even when they get the recommended amount of sleep each night, new research suggests.
The study, published Tuesday in the journal Hypertension, found people who slept in on the weekends or varied the times they...
It can be downright discouraging to work hard to lose 10 pounds, only to regain a few later.
But don’t be downhearted -- a new evidence review says the important heart health benefits of weight loss are sustained even if some of the weight comes back.
People who drop some pounds still have lower blood pressure and better cholestero...
TUESDAY, March 28, 2023 (HealthDay News) – Millions of middle-aged folks may be walking around with no symptoms of heart disease, and yet they still face a higher risk for a heart attack, new research shows.
What gives? Subclinical or silent heart disease may be responsible. This is the early thickening or hardening of the heart art...