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9 Out of 10 Doctors Like Their Jobs

A new survey finds that two-thirds would recommend their profession to others


A Lonely Heart Could Worsen a Cold

People who feel isolated tend to have worse symptoms, research shows


Climate Change May Cloud Americans' Mental Health: Report

Projected weather-related disasters will fuel anxiety, depression, psychologists' group warns


Common Post-Op Ear Drops Tied to Eardrum Perforations in Kids

Rate of the injury rises with quinolones, but researchers say alternatives have their own hazards


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Hepatitis Infection May Raise Risk for Parkinson's Disease

New study adds to evidence that these conditions might be linked somehow


Most Remaining U.S. Smokers Are Poor, Less Educated

Behavioral health doctor says new interventions are needed to get these people to kick the habit


Ready for Spring Allergies?

Most people aren't prepared to manage symptoms that come with a high pollen count, allergists say


The Saltiest Foods May Surprise You

U.S. report names major and unexpected sources of sodium in the American diet


This Fanged Fish Might Someday Help Ease Your Pain

Venom of Australia's fang blenny is a powerful opioid that might lead to better painkillers, scientist says


U.S. Pedestrian Deaths Surged to Record Levels in 2016

Experts point to widespread smartphone use as deadly distraction for drivers and walkers alike


Weight, Gender Appear to Play Part in Kidney Transplant Success

Study found the closer the match between donor and recipient, the better the outcome


Could Electromagnetic Fields Raise a Worker's ALS Risk?

Study suggests chances doubled of getting degenerative nervous system disease, but absolute risk remains low


FDA-OK'd Drug Offers Hope to Sickest MS Patients

It's also effective against the most common form of the disease, researchers say


Got the HPV Vaccine Before You Knew You Were Pregnant? Don't Worry

Accidental exposure after conception isn't linked to risks for baby, researchers say


'Menstrual Cycle in a Dish' Explores Intricacies of Female Body

Miniature model of reproductive system may advance treatment of women's diseases, researchers say


Ocrevus Approved to Treat Severe Form of Multiple Sclerosis

First drug sanctioned in U.S. for primary progressive MS


Trauma as a Teen May Boost Depression Risk Around Menopause

Likelihood was more than twice as high, study reports

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