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Could the Pill Reduce Asthma Attacks?

Could the Pill Reduce Asthma Attacks?


Women with asthma may suffer fewer severe symptom attacks if they are on birth control pills, a large new study suggests.

The study of more than 83,000 women with asthma found that those who used birth control pills for at least three years tended to have fewer severe flare-ups.

The difference between p...

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  • November 24, 2020
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More Kids Injured by Tiny Magnets After Sales Ban Was Lifted: Study

More Kids Injured by Tiny Magnets After Sales Ban Was Lifted: Study


Small, powerful magnets in toys like Buckyballs building sets and jewelry kits are causing an alarming number of serious pediatric injuries in the United States, new research warns.

Analyzing national data, researchers found an 80% rise in these injuries to children from 2016 to 2019, following the repeal of ...

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  • November 24, 2020
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People Should Know That COVID Vaccine Might Spur Transient Sickness: CDC Experts

People Should Know That COVID Vaccine Might Spur Transient Sickness: CDC Experts

TUESDAY, Nov. 24, 2020 (HealthDay News) – At least thee new COVID-19 vaccine candidates are already in the pipeline, will a roll-out expected early in the new year. But on Monday, experts attending a meeting of an advisory committee to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention stressed that Americans who get a shot shouldn't be surp...

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  • November 24, 2020
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Anxiety Might Speed Alzheimer's: Study

Anxiety Might Speed Alzheimer's: Study

Older adults with memory problems may progress to Alzheimer's more quickly if they are also suffering from anxiety symptoms, a preliminary study suggests.

It's common for people with Alzheimer's disease to have mood symptoms, including anxiety and depression. And some research has suggested those symptoms can, in older people, act as early...

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  • November 24, 2020
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COVID Cases Could Double by Biden's Inauguration: Study

COVID Cases Could Double by Biden's Inauguration: Study

The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the United States is likely to nearly double before President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration, researchers warn.

Cases could rise from 11.4 million to 20 million by the end of January, according to a study published Nov. 23 in the journal Scientific Reports. Of course, counts vary day to da...

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  • November 24, 2020
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Mediterranean Diet Cuts Women's Odds for Diabetes

Mediterranean Diet Cuts Women's Odds for Diabetes

Overweight women who eat a Mediterranean-like diet may reduce their odds of developing type 2 diabetes by 30%, compared with women who don't, a new study suggests.

The Mediterranean diet is rich in olive oil, fruits, vegetables, whole grains, legumes, nuts and seeds. Previously, it has been linked with a reduced risk of heart disease, type...

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  • November 24, 2020
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