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2019-01-17 19:49Does Cannabis Use Cause Schizophrenia?
As the drug becomes more popular, concerns have been raised that its use can lead to psychotic disorders. Here’s what scientists know for sure, and what they don’t.
New York Times - Health
2019-01-17 19:15Experimental Drug Could Help In Type 2 Diabetes
Researchers found that the compound -- dubbed TTP399 for now -- improved patients' blood sugar control when it was added to the standard medication metformin for six months.
WebMD
2019-01-17 18:51WHO Says Anti-Vaxxers Are Global Health Threat
The movement against vaccinations has taken hold in a number of countries, including the United States, making anti-vaxxers are among the top 10 health threats facing the world in 2019, the World Health Organization says.
WebMD
2019-01-17 18:07Meanwhile: There’s Radon in This Water — and Tourists Are Gulping It Down
The E.P.A. warns that radon causes cancer. But some tourists head to mines in Montana to soak it up.
New York Times - Health
2019-01-17 17:36You Asked: Are Reusable Feminine Cloths Safe?
Reusable menstrual pads are often tolerated just fine. But stay away from sea sponges!
New York Times - Health
2019-01-17 15:15Study: 1 in 4 Antibiotic Prescriptions Not Needed
More than 23 percent of prescriptions studied were inappropriate, or not medically justified, researchers said. The inappropriate prescriptions were mostly for colds, chest infections and coughs.
WebMD
2019-01-17 15:15Money Woes May Damage Black Americans' Hearts
Compared with those without financial stress, the risk of heart disease was nearly three times higher among those with moderate-to-high financial stress, investigators found.
WebMD
2019-01-17 11:04Doctors: A ‘Sentimental Journey’ in the Cancer Clinic
I am a firm believer in the ability of music to help people express their emotions, hopes and fears, making their medical conditions more tolerable.
New York Times - Health
2019-01-17 11:00Meanwhile: Meet the People Who Seek Out Radon Water (and Then Take a Big Gulp)
The E.P.A. warns that radon causes cancer. But some tourists head to mines in Montana to soak it up.
New York Times - Health
2019-01-17 11:00Living With Cancer: A Cancer Rap, With Thanks to Nina Simone
After too many cancer-related setbacks and deaths I started belting Nina Simone’s protest with new words, invigorated by her spirit of indignant fury.
New York Times - Health
2019-01-17 10:46'I wanted a black belt at the age of 75'
This group of high kicking, power-punching pensioners prove "it's never too late to learn".
BBC News Health
2019-01-17 09:00New York Confronts Its Worst Measles Outbreak in Decades
The disease spread within ultra-Orthodox Jewish communities where vaccination rates are low and some are suspicious of government health workers.
New York Times - Health
2019-01-17 02:40Haemochromatosis: 'Most common' genetic disorder test call
Jenny Lees, whose son had haemochromatosis and died, wants to see routine testing for the disorder.
BBC News Health
2019-01-17 01:36The diet to save lives, the planet and feed us all?
And you don't have to be vegan to follow the "planetary health diet".
BBC News Health
2019-01-17 01:15Experts: People Must Change Diets to Save Earth
People will need to eat half as much sugar and red meat as now, and double the amount of plant-based foods they eat, including nuts, fruits, vegetables and legumes, to make sure the Earth will be able to feed a growing population of 10 bill...
WebMD
2019-01-16 23:15Study: Climate Change Already Hurting Human Health
Some of the health effects tied to climate change are intuitive: More frequent, and more intense, heat waves raise the risk of heat-related illness, for example. Other health effects, though, are less obvious
WebMD
2019-01-16 23:15Keep Moving to Keep Brain Sharp in Old Age
Older people who were physically active kept their minds sharp, even if their brains showed signs of lesions or other markers linked to Alzheimer's disease or other dementias, researchers found.
WebMD
2019-01-16 23:15How Getting a Flu Shot Could Save Your Life
The flu can alter your immunity and make you more prone to other infections,. Getting a flu shot is relatively cheap and can reduce hospitalizations, acute heart illnesses and death.
WebMD
2019-01-16 22:47High-Dose Vitamin D No Better Than Low-Dose
There was no difference in changes in bone mineral density or number of fractures in older men and women who took high versus low doses of vitamin D.
New York Times - Health
2019-01-16 21:47Sleeping Less Than 6 Hours a Night Tied to Heart Disease
An argument for a good night’s sleep: People who slept less than six hours were at higher risk for hardening of the arteries, a new study found.
New York Times - Health

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