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Sudden loss of wealth in mid-life may boost death risk

TAMPA, United States | AFP | 4/3/2018 – People who suffer a sudden, major financial loss in mid-life may face a 50 percent

Getting to know Diabetes. How to cope with it?

Diabetes is a disease in which your blood glucose, or blood sugar, levels are too high. Glucose comes from the foods you eat.

Safety concerns for one in three US drugs

MIAMI | AFP – Almost one in three newly approved drugs in the United States turns out to have a safety issue after

US task force recommends against thyroid cancer screening

Screening for thyroid cancer is not recommended for adults with no symptoms, because there is no evidence it boosts survival and can lead

Trump Promises Protections for Preexisting Conditions That May Not Be Delivered by GOP Bill

The president spoke Sunday about the hot-button topic, saying he “mandated” that coverage for preexisting conditions will be in the Republican health care

US panel recommends folic acid supplements for young women

Women who may get pregnant – whether planned or unplanned – should take a daily folic acid supplement to prevent neural

Weekend exercise may be as good as daily workouts: study

by Kerry SHERIDAN MIAMI, | AFP | 1/9/2017 – People who exercise mainly on the weekends may reap significant health and survival benefits,

Study finds no link between pregnancy flu, autism risk

MIAMI | AFP – Researchers found no link between influenza in pregnant women and the risk of her child developing autism after birth,

‘Morning sickness’ linked to lower miscarriage risk: study

MIAMI, United States | AFP | Monday 9/26/2016 – Morning sickness is linked to a lower risk of miscarriage, according to research out

Top US medical group blasts EpiPen’s ‘exorbitant’ costs

Miami, United States | AFP | Wednesday 8/24/2016 – 13:29 GMT-6 | 509 words

ADDS quotes from White House, Hillary Clinton

by Kerry