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2018-01-19 02:21Adolescence now lasts from 10 to 24, scientists say
Delayed marriage and parenthood has pushed back perceptions of when adulthood starts, scientists say.
BBC News Health
2018-01-19 01:25Cancer blood test ‘enormously exciting’
Scientists move nearer to one of the biggest goals in medicine - a universal blood test for cancer.
BBC News Health
2018-01-18 22:52Young Women Are Using A.D.H.D. Drugs in Greater Numbers, C.D.C. Reports
Since 2003, the percentage of women filling prescriptions for drugs like Ritalin has increased nearly fivefold in some age groups.
New York Times - Health
2018-01-18 21:54Should there be a right to die?
Two women explain their opposing views on the contentious right-to-die issue.
BBC News Health
2018-01-18 21:15'One-Stop' Blood Test for Cancer Shows Early Promise
The blood test is dubbed CancerSEEK. It was able to catch cancer cases anywhere from 33 percent to 98 percent of the time, depending on the type.
WebMD
2018-01-18 21:15Scientists Seek a Better Flu Vaccine
Although further work is needed, the scientists hope their approach will lead to an effective at-home vaccine.
WebMD
2018-01-18 19:42Walmart Packet Turns Opioid Pills Into Useless Gel
The disposal packets being handed out at Walmart's 4,700 U.S. pharmacies contain a powder that is placed in prescription bottles.
WebMD
2018-01-18 19:31A Mother's Story: Flu Killed Daughter in Two Days
This year's flu season may be especially severe, CDC officials said in mid-January. So far this season, the deaths of 20 children have been linked to flu-related causes, and widespread flu activity has been reported in the entire continenta...
WebMD
2018-01-18 19:15Pill Cuts Ovarian Cancer Risk, Even for Smokers
According to the study from the U.S. National Cancer Institute, these trends were also observed for endometrial cancer as well.
WebMD
2018-01-18 18:27Reproductive Factors in Women Tied to Heart Disease and Stroke Risk
Early menarche, early menopause and miscarriage were among the factors associated with an increased risk for cardiovascular disease.
New York Times - Health
2018-01-18 18:16The U.S. Fertility Rate Is Down, Yet More Women Are Mothers
The biggest increases have come from some groups who in the past were far less likely to have babies: the highly educated, those over 40, and women who have never been married.
New York Times - Health
2018-01-18 18:00Health Workers Who Oppose Abortion Get New Protections
The Trump administration announced a new “conscience and religious freedom” office to protect health workers who oppose abortion, sex-changes and some contraception.
New York Times - Health
2018-01-18 17:47Are There Health Downsides To Vegetarian Diets?
Although vegetarian eating does have a stellar health reputation, recent news has focused on what could be bad about vegetarian diets and more stringent vegan plans, including reports of hair loss and depression.
WebMD
2018-01-18 15:25Questions and Answers About This Year’s Flu Season
The virus is widespread, and the vaccine is a poor match. But while some areas are hit hard, others have been spared, and deaths are not unusually common this season.
New York Times - Health
2018-01-18 15:15Obamacare Led to Rise in Breast Cancer Screening
After the rule went into effect, the study found, the number of women in Medicare Advantage plans who got mammography screening rose by 5.5 percentage points: from just under 60 percent in the two years before the rule, to 65.4 percent in t...
WebMD
2018-01-18 15:15Opioid Abuse Rises When Prescriptions Are Renewed
The new study included more than 560,000 people who were prescribed opioids such as OxyContin or Percocet after surgery. None had a history of recent or chronic opioid use.
WebMD
2018-01-18 15:15Could a Blood Test Spot Early Stage Colon Cancer?
The test detects so-called "circulating tumor cells" (CTCs). Researchers tested it on 620 people in Taiwan who were scheduled for a routine colonoscopy at a local hospital.
WebMD
2018-01-18 12:00Living With Cancer: Sex After Cancer
It can be difficult to experience desire if you fear your body or if you cannot recognize it as your own.
New York Times - Health
2018-01-18 11:00\: When States Make It Harder to Enroll, Even Eligible People Drop Medicaid
Kentucky’s new Medicaid waiver will ask low-income people to jump over hurdles to keep their coverage. Evidence suggests that many will fail.
New York Times - Health
2018-01-18 06:52The choir helping people with dementia
"He comes alive when he's here."
BBC News Health

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