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    FDA Updates Side Effects For 3 Rheumatoid Arthritis Drugs
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    Is Umbilical Cord Blood Transplant a Feasible Treatment for HIV?
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    Eating Disorders Don’t Discriminate, But Diagnosis Does
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    Wireless Tech Helps Keep Seniors in Assisted Living Safe
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    Can Stimulating the Vagus Nerve Actually Transform Your Health?
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    Paralyzed Patients Are Walking Again After Spinal Cord Stimulation
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    How Does Chronic Pain Change Eating Behaviors?
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    How Diabetes Can Complicate Prenatal Care for Black Women
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    Eating Flavonoid-Rich Foods May Help People With Parkinson's Live Longer
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    Getting Enough Sleep Might Offset Some Risk Factors for Heart Disease
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    FDA Approves Longest Lasting Continuous Glucose Monitor for Diabetes
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    Researchers Identify New Genetic Risk Factors for Migraines
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    Home Health Aide Shortage Leaves Patients Without Care
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    Diet Affects Colorectal Cancer Risk in Black Communities
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    A Verywell Report: How Racism Damages the Black Health Experience
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    Need to Check Your Blood Pressure? There's an App For That
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    USDA Wants to Ensure That Kids Can Get Their Most Nutritious Meals From School
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    Why Do Only Some People Get the ASMR Tingles?
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    Drones Could Soon Deliver Medications to Your Home
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    Is Pandemic Stress Leading to Higher Rates of IBS?
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    Study Finds Link Between Colon Cancer and Antibiotic Use
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    CDC: New HIV Diagnoses for Black Americans Were Highest in Vulnerable Communities
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    6 Dietary Habits To Adopt During National Cancer Prevention Month
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    What Is Trimetazidine and Why Is It Banned at the Olympics?
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    Why Negative Descriptions in Health Records Can Be Harmful
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    Word of the Week: Acute
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    Can Wine Protect Against COVID-19?
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    How CAR T-Cell Therapy 'Cured' 2 Cancer Patients
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    Mental Health Care Coverage for Adults on Medicare Falls Short
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    Study: Vitamin D Supplements May Help Prevent Autoimmune Disease
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    Giving Low-income Families Cash Aid Changed Brain Activity in Babies
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    Lifestyle Changes Can Prevent Heart Disease, Even for People With Family History
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    Is It Love, Or Love Bombing?
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    New Study Points to 4 Potential Long COVID Risk Factors
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    Women Under 35 May Have Higher Risk of Stroke Than Men
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    Coalition Calls FDA to Remove BPAs From Food Contact Materials
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    9 Foods to Eat During American Heart Month
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    Gas Stoves Are Bad for the Environment Even When They're Turned Off
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    More Than Melanin: Skin Cancer Is Still a Risk for the Black Community
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    Study Finds Toxic 'Forever Chemicals' in Most Stain- and Water-Resistant Textiles
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    Will Mark Cuban's Low-Cost Pharmacy Finally Make Drugs Affordable?
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    AHA Issues New Guidelines for Performing CPR During Pandemic
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    You Can Have a More Sustainable Diet by Swapping One Item at a Time
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    Earlier Access to Gender-affirming Hormones Linked to Better Mental Health
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    Undiagnosed Dyslexia in Adults Exacerbated by Pandemic
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    Study: Hormonal Birth Control Didn’t Raise Risk of Major Health Issues
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    Telehealth Is Helping More People Get Surgical Care
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    Your Guide to Staying Safe During a Winter Freeze
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    Can Olive Oil Help You Live Longer?
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    Why Is Everyone Talking About Intuitive Eating Lately?
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    I Tried Following a Regular Sleep Routine. It Changed My Mornings
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    Epstein-Barr Virus Is Likely the Leading Cause of Multiple Sclerosis, Study Finds
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    Make Composting Your Next Sustainable Project
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    Food Workers Are Struggling to Put Food on Their Tables
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    Officials Question Why FDA Continues to Restrict Gay Blood Donors
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    Spending More Time in Nature Can Help You Feel Better About Your Body
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    McDonald’s Instagram Ads Seem to Target Low-Income Kids
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    Dementia Cases Expected to Triple by 2050
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    Will HPV Testing via Menstrual Blood Mean the End of Pap Smears?
    ER doctor facing mental health challenges amid pandemic burnout
    Op-Ed: America's Health Care Depends on Women