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Moms and dads may be underestimating kids' screen time by more than an hour a day.
Just a few months of vaping can put you on the brink of oral disease, researchers say.
A growing number of Americans are using marijuana for musculoskeletal conditions, study finds.
Just as Americans are emerging from COVID-19 quarantines, hoping to resume normal life but still fearful of infection, protests against police violence are raging in cities across the country.
And millions remain unemployed, as a shaky economy attempts to restart.
How are folks expected to cope with all of this?
In a finding that could help guide the response to the coronavirus pandemic, new research shows that a measles outbreak that struck New York City last year could have been much worse if the city had not launched a vaccine campaign.
The measles outbreak -- the largest in the United States in nearly three decades -- ultimately sickened 6...
In a possible harbinger of future mental health problems among doctors working during the coronavirus pandemic, new research shows the levels of depression, anxiety and fear jumped among young doctors in China treating COVID-19 patients.
Chinese and American researchers found that for more than 380 medical residents in Shanghai, their...
Out-of-pocket costs for Americans with type 1 diabetes average $2,500 a year, a new study says.
But 8% of patients have more than $5,000 in out-of-pocket costs, possibly due to having high-deductible health insurance plans or significant medical needs, researchers found.
And insulin accounted for only 18% of total out...
So many questions remain unanswered about COVID-19, including whether the pandemic coronavirus will wane with warmer weather, like some other respiratory viruses.
In search of an answer, researchers at Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge, Mass., studied the effects of temperature, precipitation and sunlight (UV index) on the number of ...
High blood pressure of any kind in young adults increases the risk of heart attacks, strokes and other cardiovascular events, according to new findings that shed light on an issue experts say has been understudied.
Blood pressure readings have two measurements. Systolic is the top number and indicates how much pressure the blood exerts a...
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