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When One Spouse Exercises, the Other May Start, Too - 2015-03-06
"'Harness the power of the couple' to enhance health, researcher says." More

Always Sleepy After the Change to Daylight Saving Time? - 2015-03-06
"Doctor offers tips to make 'springing forward' easier on your mind and body." More

Air Pollution Linked to Increased Stroke Risk, Study Says - 2015-03-06
"Narrowed neck arteries more common in areas with higher levels of fine particulate matter." More

Painkiller-Addicted Babies a Growing U.S. Concern, Especially in Fla. - 2015-03-06
"Newborns suffering from neonatal abstinence syndrome go through a difficult withdrawal." More

Two Cases Shed Light on Rare Algae-Related Wound Infection - 2015-03-05
"The cases of two men who got injured while participating in freshwater activities in Missouri and Texas are giving insight into a freshwater algae that can infect wounds. Reporting in the March 5 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine, the researchers say it's the first time that the algae -- a species common in rivers and lakes called Desmodesmus armatus -- has been conclusively linked to wound infections." More

Post-Occupational Exposure Ebola Vaccination Shows Promise - 2015-03-05
"An experimental Ebola vaccine may have prevented the disease in a doctor who was at high risk of infection, according to a new report. The findings were published online March 5 in the Journal of the American Medical Association." More

FDA Launches First App to Identify Drug Shortages - 2015-03-05
"A mobile phone application has been released to identify current drug shortages, resolved shortages, or discontinuations of drug products, according to a press release published by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration." More

Be Wary of Websites Selling Genetic Cancer Tests: Study - 2015-03-05
"Marketers often overstate benefits, downplay limitations, oncologists say." More

Minorities More Likely to Gain Weight in Childhood, Report Shows - 2015-03-05
"Puts them at greater risk for being overweight, obese adults than whites, researcher says." More

Erratic Sleep May Make Teens Hungrier - 2015-03-05
"Researcher says findings provide insight into obesity in young people." More

Just a Half Hour of Lost Sleep Linked Weight Gain - 2015-03-05
"And that sleep shortage may have implications for diabetes, study says." More

Women Take Longer to Reach Hospital After Heart Attack - 2015-03-05
"That delay may help explain why women twice as likely to die, researchers say." More

Early Onset Hot Flashes May Point to Raised Heart Disease Risk - 2015-03-05
"Studies found that the daily frequency of episodes seemed to matter, too." More

Easing Depression May Boost Heart Health, Study Finds - 2015-03-05
"People with moderate to severe depression saw improved circulatory outcomes with antidepressants." More

Statins Tied to Decreased Insulin Sensitivity, Secretion - 2015-03-05
"Statin drugs may significantly increase a person's risk of developing type 2 diabetes, a new study from Finland suggests. The findings were published March 4 in Diabetologia, the journal of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes." More

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