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A Sense of Purpose May Help Your Heart

Study finds physical rewards in meaningful activity

Air Pollution Linked to Increased Stroke Risk, Study Says

Narrowed neck arteries more common in areas with higher levels of fine particulate matter

Always Sleepy After the Change to Daylight Saving Time?

Doctor offers tips to make 'springing forward' easier on your mind and body

Breast Cancer Survivors May Have Higher Thyroid Cancer Risk

It's unclear how the conditions might be connected; experts recommend caution

Common Antiseptic Can Prevent Infant Deaths, Study Says

Findings useful for home births in developing countries

Could the 'Love Hormone' Be a Weight-Loss Aid for Men?

In small study, oxytocin tied to reduced food intake

Cresemba Approved for Serious Fungal Infections

Most often these illnesses affect people with weakened immune systems

FDA OK of 1st 'Biosimilar' Drug May Mean Cheaper Options for Patients

Zarxio approval paves way for less expensive cutting-edge medications, experts say

First Biosimilar Drug Approved

Zarxio is 'highly similar' to long-sanctioned cancer drug

Health Highlights: March 6, 2015
  • Low Levels of Drug Residue in Milk: FDA

  • Last Ebola Patient in Liberia Discharged From Hospital

Health Tip: Teach Children About Dental Hygiene

Show them how to brush and floss properly

Mom's Age at Childbirth Tied to Son's Risk for Type 2 Diabetes

Boys born to women in their late 20s, early 30s appeared to have the lowest risk, study found

New Study Casts Doubt on Dangers of Hormone Therapy for Hot Flashes

But other experts warn it's too soon to say the treatment is safe

Nuts Linked to Better Heart Health for Teens

Three small handfuls a week lowered risk factors in study, but few kids eat enough

Painkiller-Addicted Babies a Growing U.S. Concern, Especially in Fla.

Newborns suffering from neonatal abstinence syndrome go through a difficult withdrawal

Pneumonia in Early Childhood Tied to Higher Odds of Asthma

Lung problems before age 3 may have enduring impact, study says

Specially Trained Pooch Sniffs Out Thyroid Cancer

Frankie, a German Shepherd mix, had 90 percent accuracy at spotting tumor traces in urine samples

When One Spouse Exercises, the Other May Start, Too

'Harness the power of the couple' to enhance health, researcher says

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