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A study presented at the AAD meeting evaluated the risk of developing melanoma and keratinocyte carcinomas among adults with Atopic Dermatitis.
MRI scans show structural changes in the brains of adolescents who spend greater amounts of time on cell phones, video games. TVs and other screens. Researchers say these changes were associated with increased depression and anxiety.
A new study finds embryos from pregnancies that end is miscarriage develop at a slower rate than embryos that end in live births
New advice from the World Health Organization (WHO) says healthy children and teens may not need additional COVID-19 shots, though they may need to catch up on other routine vaccines.
“The public health impact of vaccinating healthy children and adolescents is comparatively much lower than the established benefits of traditional essentia...
People suffering from sciatica gain lasting relief from a procedure that uses a fine needle to heat nerve roots near the spine, a new clinical trial shows.
The minimally invasive procedure, called pulsed radiofrequency (RF), provided superior pain reduction and disability improvement out to one year for patients with sciatica, according to...
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday approved the over-the-counter use of a nasal spray that can reverse an opioid overdose.
Research has shown that wider availability of naloxone (Narcan) could save lives as the opioid epidemic rages on in this country.
“The FDA remains committed to addressing the evolving complexiti...
The consequences of COVID-19 during pregnancy are still unfolding, but a new study delivers sobering news: Prenatal exposure to the virus may be linked to childhood obesity.
Looking at nearly 280 infants, researchers found those whose mothers had COVID while pregnant had lower birth weight compared to babies whose moms did not have a COV...
For those who want to get active but feel that joining a gym or exercising on a daily basis is a bridge too far, new research may have found the sweet spot: walking.
After stacking the walking habits of 3,100 adults up against a decade’s worth of health outcomes, investigators concluded that those who logged roughly 8,000 steps in a...
Don Young already had been through an excruciating ordeal with throat cancer that included removal of his larynx, multiple hospitalizations and a doctor's prediction of six months to live – all while in his 40s.
Then came heart trouble.
It started in the middle of the night when he got out of bed and passed out on the bedroom floor...