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- Health officials have warned that an “alarming” number of American patients have received a restricted fentanyl.
- According to a new report, the risk of having a heart attack has been rising, apparently, among young women.
- Among the many dairy-free milk alternatives available today, oat milk appears to be rising in popularity. But how does it fare in terms of nutrition?
- A study found that stress can trigger faster growth and the spread of cancer in women.
- Homes with common sofas and vinyl flooring are found to be exposing kids to higher levels of harmful chemicals.
- The FDA is warning consumers about a controversial anti-aging treatment where older patients are injected with blood donated by young individuals.
- The media always shows the audience the bright side of being in love. However, in reality, there are some not-so-good effects that this emotion can bring.
- Here is a list of top ultra-processed food consumed in the U.S. that could be bad for your health.
- Donating blood is always encouraged as long as you fit the criteria. Here are a few tips for female donors who may have to take extra precautions.
- Sports drinks are known to boost energy and performance, but long-term consumption could also be deadly, according to studies.
- Researchers found a new way to map newborns’ brain for early autism detection and prevention.
- A new study says that counseling can help combat depression and depression during and after pregnancy.
- Salmon can be cooked in many ways and also contains several nutrients from omega-3 fatty acids to lean protein. Here's how they benefit your health.
- Facebook is sharing sensitive health data in a group, according to the Federal Trade Commission.
- Weighted blankets, which have been growing in popularity, are said to alleviate insomnia and anxiety. Here is everything you should know about them.
- Sixty cases of chronic wasting disease have been confirmed. Experts are worried that it could spread to the human population.
- Ketogenic diet, also known as keto diet, a low-carbohydrate, fat-rich eating plan, has been around for centuries.
- Experiencing knee pain lately? From including certain foods in your diet to wearing the right kind of shoes, here are some easy ways to get relief.
- As numbers of anti-vaxxers continue to rise, measles cases soar as well. Just recently, Clark County Public Health confirmed two new measles cases, thus bringing 61 confirmed measles reports in the outbreak since the beginning of the year.
- Are you a heavy diet soda drinker? You may be at risk of stroke according to experts.
- Scientists moved closer to providing anti-aging therapy after successful first human trial.
- Thousands of insects around the U.S. were found carrying microorganisms more effective than traditional sources to fight antibiotic resistance.
- Don't sweet potatoes sound like the sugary, less healthy version of regular potatoes? You may be surprised once you take a closer look.
- From worsened symptoms of PMS to an elevated risk of urge incontinence, here are five of the lesser-known dangers of smoking.
- Study found that teenage marijuana use could increase risk of developing depression in adulthood.
- The body-resistance exercise doesn't require equipment and can be modified as needed. Here are some of the benefits of doing push-ups?
- What could you include or exclude from your diet to ease your premenstrual syndrome? Here are a few suggestions from health experts and studies.
- Are you a morning lark or a night owl? A new study from the United Kingdom suggests why the latter may be disadvantaged in terms of brain function.
- Is exercise a prevention strategy or a trigger when it comes to an abnormal heart rhythm? Here's everything you should know about reducing your risk.
- The quality of your sleep is bound to decline to some degree as you age. Here's what you should know about it, including tips to ward off insomnia.