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Better Control of Drug-Resistant Germs Could Save Thousands of Lives: CDC

Hospitals, health departments, long-term care facilities must share information, report says

Birth Control Pills May Cut Women's Odds for Uterine Cancer

Protective effect seems to linger for decades after contraceptive is discontinued, researchers found

Crohn's Disease, Colitis Tied to Anxiety in Study

Women at greater risk of this 'double jeopardy,' researcher says

Does Fatherhood When Young Boost Odds of Dying in Middle Age?

Men who became dads in their early 20s were more likely to die in their late 40s and early 50s, Finnish study finds

Dogs Have Special Spot in Brain for Human Faces

MRI scans showed activity in specific region when canines saw videos of people's faces, other dogs

FDA Approves First Pill Made by 3D Printing

Epilepsy drug Spritam may be one of many custom-made medicines to come that will use the technology

Health Highlights: Aug 4, 2015
  • New Medical Scope Safety Steps Announced by FDA

  • Death Toll Reaches 7 in NYC Legionnaires' Disease Outbreak

  • Not Enough Evidence to Support Universal Screening for Autism: Expert Panel

Health Tip: Binge Eating Can Harm Health

Here are potential complications

Health Tip: Know Your Risk for Deep Vein Thrombosis

Age and activity may be factors

Mindfulness Therapy Might Help Ease PTSD

Study found learning to accept disturbing memories, thoughts and feelings reduced symptoms

More Evidence That Kids of Gay Parents Do Just Fine

Studies show children raised by 2 moms or 2 dads consider themselves 'different,' but stigma is lessening

Regular Pot Use as Teen Not Tied to Long-Term Health Problems: Study

But findings are at odds with previous research

Scientists Discover How 'Bad' Fat Can Turn Into 'Good' Fat

Intense stress, like severe burns, triggered the switch, but drugs might be able to mimic the effect

Spicing Up Your Meals Might Extend Your Life

Regularly eating chili peppers, other hot foods linked to lower risk of death during study period

U.S. Violent Crime Rate Drops Significantly Since 1980s

Reduction may be due to programs that try to break cycle of violence, experts say

'Yo-Yo' Dieting Won't Raise Cancer Risk, Study Finds

People trying to lose weight should be encouraged to do so, researcher says

Head Injury Tied to Long-Term Attention Issues in Kids

Study says brief lapses in attention can persist, even if brain injury is mild

Health Highlights: Aug 3, 2015
  • New Standards Will Reduce U.S. Power Plant Carbon Pollution: White House

  • Two New Ebola Cases in Sierra Leone

  • Puerto Rico Facing Health Care Crisis

  • U.S. In Vitro Fertilization Pioneer Dies

  • NYC Legionnaires' Disease Outbreak Claims 4th Victim

Health Tip: Avoid Canker Sore Pain

Watch what you eat and drink

Severe 'Picky Eating' May Point to Mental Health Issues in Kids

1 in 5 young children has limited palate, study finds

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