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Birth Defects Tied to Rise in Lifelong Cancer Risk

Major birth defects are associated with an increased, lifelong risk of cancer, researchers say.

It has been known that people with major birth defects have a greater risk of developing cancer as children and teens, but it wasn't clear whether the risk extends into adulthood.

To find out, Norwegian researchers compared more than 62,00...

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Cancers in U.S. Teens, Young Adults Have Risen by 30% Since 1970s: Study

Cancers in U.S. Teens, Young Adults Have Risen by 30% Since 1970s: Study


Cancer cases among U.S. teens and young adults have shot up 30% since the 1970s, new research reveals.

Kidney cancer has risen at the greatest rate, increasing more than threefold among young men and women, according to the researchers. Breast cancers were the most common cancers among women and testicul...

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  • December 3, 2020
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Americans With Asthma Get First Updated Guidelines in Over a Decade

Americans With Asthma Get First Updated Guidelines in Over a Decade

The U.S. National Institutes of Health has updated guidelines for treating asthma.

The update is the first in 13 years and takes into account new medications and other advances in asthma care. It focuses on treatment tailored for different age groups and severity of disease.

But better asthma care won't come from new guidelines alone...

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  • December 3, 2020
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Pandemic Is Driving U.S. Surge in Cardiac Arrests Tied to Overdose

Pandemic Is Driving U.S. Surge in Cardiac Arrests Tied to Overdose

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Blame it on the pandemic: For people struggling with drug addiction, 2020 has triggered a big rise in emergency room visits for cardiac arrest tied to d...

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  • December 3, 2020
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Youth Vaping Rates Have Plunged During Lockdown: Study

Youth Vaping Rates Have Plunged During Lockdown: Study

Vaping among teens and young adults has decreased dramatically during the COVID-19 pandemic, with two-thirds of e-cigarette users reporting that they've either cut back or quit, a new study says.

About 32% of e-cigarette users said they quit this year and another 35% reported cutting back, according to survey results published Dec. 3 in

  • Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter
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  • December 3, 2020
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Years Before Diagnosis, People With Alzheimer's Lose Financial Acumen

Years Before Diagnosis, People With Alzheimer's Lose Financial Acumen


Even before signs of Alzheimer's disease or dementia appear, people are prone to make poor financial decisions, a new study finds.

Older people diagnosed with dementia or Alzheimer's were more likely to miss credit card payments as early as six years before their diagnosis, compared with similar people withou...

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  • December 3, 2020
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