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Alzheimer's may kill as many people as heart disease, cancer: Study
Researchers claim that autopsies done on nationally-representative subject pool show that Alzheimer's-related deaths underrepresented
Los Angeles bans e-cigarettes in most public places
Vaping or using e-cigarettes barred from most public places, except vaping lounges, e-cig stores and film/theatrical uses
Meat, dairy may be as detrimental to your health as smoking cigarettes, ...
Middle-aged adults who ate high animal protein diets were four times more likely to have cancer, 74 percent more likely to die early than pe
Promising injectable medication may lower risk of contracting HIV
Experimental shot, which is delivered every one to three months, has provided "100 percent protection" from virus that leads to AIDS in 2 mo
Out-of-hospital births increasing in popularity in the U.S.
Non-Hispanic white mothers were the most likely to give birth outside a hospital setting; Births out-of-hospital tended to have a lower risk
Genetic mutation may protect against Type 2 diabetes
Rare mutations in SLC30A8 gene were shown to lower risk of developing Type 2 diabetes by 65 percent, even in obese and at-risk adults
Warning: Infant sound machines may lead to hearing loss
When played at maximum volumes, devices exceeded recommended noise limits for infants at hospitals -- even from 6 feet away
Faster laser tattoo removal treatment may get rid of tough tattoos
Recently approved PicoSure delivers laser pulses in trillionths of a second, meaning less treatments and less particles from the laser to ac
Stethoscopes can be dirtier than most parts of doctor's hands
Stethoscopes's diaphragms had more contamination than any other part of the physician's hands, except for the fingertips
British government seeking public comment on making three-parent embryos
The embryos -- which would contain DNA from a man and two women -- could be used to help prevent mitochondrial genetic diseases in children
Butt augmentation, neck lifts increasing in popularity among U.S. patients
Brazilian butt lifts, neck lifts were the fastest growing plastic surgery procedure in 2013
Group warns almost 500 products contain chemical found in yoga mats
Baked azodicarbonamide creates compounds linked to cancer in rodents; industrial workers have also developed asthma, respiratory, skin probl
Could eating fried foods lead to Alzheimer's? Study links brain plaque w...
Memory declines were also seen in small group of adults who had high AGEs levels, which are common in meat and dairy products cooked in high
Group asks FDA for black box warning on testosterone products due to hea...
Public Citizen said studies that linked heart attacks, other adverse cardiovascular attacks to hormone show they pose a serious threat to pu
Removing ovaries as early as 35 may reduce chance of death in BRCA gene ...
Having ovaries removed before 70 reduced risk of ovarian cancer for BRCA1, BRCA2 carriers by 77 percent overall
Harold Ramis dies: What is autoimmune inflammatory vasculitis?
The rare disease causes inflammation of the blood vessels and in serious cases can lead to organ death
Obese women only get one hour of vigorous exercise a year: Study
Researchers shocked at how low physical activity levels were among obese Americans