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Nearly 7% of U.S. Kids Have Had a Head Injury or Concussion

Blows to the head are common among America's kids, with close to 7% showing signs of a brain injury at some time in childhood, U.S. health officials report.

Sports, falls and abuse are likely causes, experts say.

Concussions and other head injuries are more common among white kids than Black or Hispanic kids. And prevalence increas...

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Kids With Uncontrolled Asthma at Higher Odds for Severe COVID-19

Kids With Uncontrolled Asthma at Higher Odds for Severe COVID-19

WEDNESDAY, Dec. 1, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- Asthma is a tough disease for kids and their parents to manage well, but not keeping it under control may make these children up to six times more likely to wind up in the hospital with severe COVID-19, new research shows.

With the cold and flu season about to kick in and COVID...

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AHA News: Hispanic Adults May Be More Likely to Get Amputations for This Blood Vessel Disease

AHA News: Hispanic Adults May Be More Likely to Get Amputations for This Blood Vessel Disease

Hispanic people hospitalized for peripheral artery disease may be more likely to undergo amputations than their white peers who are not Hispanic, according to new research that points to the need for greater awareness and prevention of the condition.

Peripheral artery disease, or PAD, is a narrowing of the arteries that carry blood away fr...

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  • December 1, 2021
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CDC to Toughen COVID Testing for International Travelers

CDC to Toughen COVID Testing for International Travelers

As the world struggles with ways to stem the spread of the new Omicron variant, the U.S. Centers of Disease Control and Prevention announced Tuesday that international travelers to the United States will soon have to provide a negative result from a coronavirus test taken within 24 hours of departure.

That's a much tighter turnaround: Curr...

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  • December 1, 2021
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'Ultra-Processed' Foods Up Odds for a Second Heart Attack or Stroke

'Ultra-Processed' Foods Up Odds for a Second Heart Attack or Stroke

If you've had a heart attack or stroke, you might want to avoid ultra-processed foods, new research suggests.

The study found that a high intake of such foods significantly increases the risk of another heart attack or stroke, and it's more likely to be fatal. This was true even in people following what seems to be a heart-healthy diet.

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First Overdose Prevention Centers in the Nation Open in NYC

First Overdose Prevention Centers in the Nation Open in NYC

The United States' first overdose prevention centers have opened in New York City in the Manhattan neighborhoods of East Harlem and Washington Heights.

People will be able to bring their drugs and use them under the supervision of trained staff members who will provide clean needles, prevent overdoses and offer connections to addiction ser...

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