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Preemie Babies End Up Hospitalized More as Kids - 2020-11-27
"Children born prematurely have a higher risk of hospitalization later on than those born at full term, a new study says." More

Women More Likely to Survive Lung Cancer After Surgery: Study - 2020-11-27
"Women have higher survival rates after lung cancer surgery than men, according to a new study." More

Quit Smoking, Your Bladder Will Thank You - 2020-11-26
"If you smoke, you significantly increase your odds of developing bladder cancer, experts warn." More

Delirium May Be Only Sign of Severe COVID in Elderly: Study - 2020-11-25
"They may have confusion with an altered level of consciousness, disorientation, inattention and other mental disturbances, but none of the other typical signs of the coronavirus infection, such as fever and cough, researchers say." More

Strong Sleeping Pills Tied to Falls, Fractures in Dementia Patients - 2020-11-25
"Strong sleeping pills known as "Z-drugs" may increase the risk of falls, fractures and stroke among people with dementia, British researchers report." More

Most Americans Over 50 Would Get COVID Vaccine: Poll - 2020-11-25
"The majority of older Americans say they're likely to get a COVID-19 vaccine, but many would want to wait a bit before getting the shot, a new survey reveals." More

Could the Pill Reduce Asthma Attacks? - 2020-11-24
"Women with asthma may suffer fewer severe symptom attacks if they are on birth control pills, a large new study suggests." More

Common Weight-Loss Surgery Can Weaken a Teen's Bones - 2020-11-24
"Sleeve gastrectomy, a procedure used to help obese people lose weight, may damage the bones of teen patients, a new study finds." More

Sitting Raises Women's Odds for Heart Failure - 2020-11-24
"Too much sitting or lying down significantly increases older women's risk of hospitalization for heart failure, even if they get recommended amounts of physical activity, a new study warns." More

Mediterranean Diet Cuts Women's Odds for Diabetes - 2020-11-24
"Overweight women who eat a Mediterranean-like diet may reduce their odds of developing type 2 diabetes by 30%, compared with women who don't, a new study suggests." More

Anxiety Might Speed Alzheimer's: Study - 2020-11-24
"Older adults with memory problems may progress to Alzheimer's more quickly if they are also suffering from anxiety symptoms, a preliminary study suggests." More

Another Study Finds COVID Usually Mild in Kids - 2020-11-23
"COVID-19 is mild is most children, a new study says, but certain children have a higher risk of severe illness." More

AHA News: Why People Fear Performing CPR on Women – and What to Do About It - 2020-11-23
"Women are less likely than men to receive CPR from a bystander. But why? The reluctance, new research suggests, may be fueled by worries of being accused of sexual assault or doing physical harm. Knowing people's secret fears is the first step to dispelling them, experts say." More

Junk Food, Booze Often Star in America's Hit Movies - 2020-11-23
"If there was an Oscar for "most unhealthy food in a leading role," many of America's most popular movies would be serious contenders." More

Poll: 1 in 3 Parents Pick Holiday Gathering Over COVID Safety - 2020-11-23
"In a new nationwide poll of 1,443 parents, about one in three said the benefits of gathering with families for the holidays outweighed the risk of spreading the virus." More

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