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25 Jan

More Kids Suffering Eye Injuries From Hand Sanitizers

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22 Jan

Young Female Diabetics at Higher Heart Disease Risk

High blood sugar can increase the risk for premature heart disease by 600%, researchers warn.

21 Jan

COVID Vaccine: What’s Sleep Got to do With it?

Getting regular, high-quality sleep may help optimize your body's response to the COVID-19 vaccine, according to the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.

Daily Aspirin Can Lower Colon Cancer Risk, But Age Matters

Daily Aspirin Can Lower Colon Cancer Risk, But Age Matters

MONDAY, Jan. 25, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- Low-dose aspirin may help some people curb their risk of developing colon cancer -- but not if they wait until age 70 to start, a large, new study suggests.

Researchers found that when people began using aspirin in their 50s or 60s, their risk of developing colon cancer after age...

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  • January 25, 2021
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Therapeutic Vaccine Is Keeping Melanoma in Remission 4 Years On

Therapeutic Vaccine Is Keeping Melanoma in Remission 4 Years On

Giving melanoma patients a "personalized" vaccine can prompt an anti-tumor immune response that lasts for years, an early study finds.

The study involved just eight patients with advanced melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer.

But it builds on earlier work showing it is possible to spur the immune system to respond to an indivi...

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  • January 25, 2021
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Strong Blood Thinners May Help COVID Patients, But Degree of Illness Is Key

Strong Blood Thinners May Help COVID Patients, But Degree of Illness Is Key

Full doses of blood thinners can benefit patients hospitalized with COVID-19, but the severity of their illness matters, researchers say.

The new global analysis found that hospitalized patients with moderate COVID-19 may benefit from the drugs' clot-preventing powers, but patients with illness so severe it requires admission to an inte...

  • Robert Preidt HealthDay Reporter
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  • January 25, 2021
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AHA News: Hospice Candidate at 2, She's Now 13 and Thriving

AHA News: Hospice Candidate at 2, She's Now 13 and Thriving

Rosemary "Rosie" Veltz was "medically maxed out." That was the term the doctors used six months after a third surgery to correct a heart defect that left her struggling to breathe while her lungs continued to fill with fluid.

A doctor suggested hospice. Rosie was 2.

Her parents sought second, third and fourth opinions, reaching out t...

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  • January 25, 2021
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AHA News: The Head Is Connected to the Heart – and Can Influence Health

AHA News: The Head Is Connected to the Heart – and Can Influence Health

MONDAY, Jan. 25, 2021 (American Heart Association News) --A growing body of research shows good mental health can improve heart health and reduce cardiovascular risks, while poor mental health can increase the risk of heart disease, according to a new scientific report.

Because of the clear link emerging between psychological health and he...

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  • January 25, 2021
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Biden Will Ban Travelers From South Africa as New COVID Variants Spread

Biden Will Ban Travelers From South Africa as New COVID Variants Spread

As more infectious coronavirus variants first detected in Britain and South Africa circulate globally, President Joe Biden plans to bar travel by non-citizens into the United States from South Africa.

A White House official said Sunday that the South Africa travel ban would go into effect on Jan. 30 and that an existing ban would be e...

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  • January 25, 2021
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