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Teenagers Are Quitting HS Sports Due to Body Image Concerns Driven by Social Media

More teens are quitting HS sports saying they don’t look right for the sports based on what they see in the media and social media, according to a new study.

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Dietary Changes May Beat Meds in Treating IBS

Dietary Changes May Beat Meds in Treating IBS

The right diet may be the best medicine for easing the painful symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), new research shows.

In the study, two different eating plans beat standard medications in treating the debilitating symptoms of the gastrointestinal disease. One diet was low in “FODMAPs,” a group of sugars and carbohydrates foun...

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Screen Pregnant Women for Syphilis, Ob-Gyn Group Advises

Screen Pregnant Women for Syphilis, Ob-Gyn Group Advises

All expecting mothers should get a blood test for syphilis three times during pregnancy, new guidance issued by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists recommends.

The practice advisory calls on doctors to test for syphilis at a pregnant woman’s first prenatal care visit, then again during the third trimester and at birth...

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  • April 19, 2024
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Even With Weight Gain, Quitting Smoking in Pregnancy Still Best for Health

Even With Weight Gain, Quitting Smoking in Pregnancy Still Best for Health

Women who smoke and become pregnant may worry that the weight gain that comes with quitting might bring its own harms to themselves or their baby.

However, a new study confirms the health benefits of quitting smoking still far exceed any weight-linked concerns.

Weight gain can occur once women decide to forgo cigarettes, but even tha...

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  • April 19, 2024
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Check Your Fridge for Trader Joe's Fresh Basil, Linked to Salmonella

Check Your Fridge for Trader Joe's Fresh Basil, Linked to Salmonella

Fresh organic basil tainted with salmonella and sold by Trader Joe's in 29 states has sickened at least 12 people, according to an alert issued Wednesday by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

One person was so ill that hospitalization was required.

"Throw away any Infinite Herbs organic basil purchased from Trader...

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  • April 18, 2024
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Rising Number of Americans Sent to ERs Last Year During Heat Waves

Rising Number of Americans Sent to ERs Last Year During Heat Waves

As climate change threatens another long hot summer for Americans, new data shows last summer's record-breaking temperatures sent a rising number of people to emergency departments.

At special risk of heatstroke and other heat-related issues: Working-age Americans, who often found themselves far from air conditioning when triple-digit te...

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  • April 18, 2024
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Urine Test Might Help Men Skip Prostate Biopsies

Urine Test Might Help Men Skip Prostate Biopsies

When prostate cancer strikes, one question is paramount: Is it aggressive and requiring immediate treatment, or slow-growing and worthy of monitoring only?

Right now, an invasive biopsy is the only way to answer that query, but researchers say they've developed a urine test that could do the job instead.

The test, called MyProstateSc...

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  • April 18, 2024
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