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U.S. School Meal Rules Might Work Against Good Nutrition, Study Says
Federal mandates don't limit added sugar or carbohydrates, researchers say
Type 1 Diabetes Lowered Survival in Study
Better blood sugar management helped, but risk during 14-year period was still doubled
3-D Model of Heart May Help Surgeons Fix Defects
New technology might make for better-prepared doctors, 'fewer surprises' in the OR, experts say
Coordination of Heart Attack Care Trims Time to Treatment: Study
Survival rates were boosted even when just minutes were saved getting blocked arteries opened
Kids Who Need Heart Transplant Should Get the First Available, Study Says
Waiting for a suitable match based on antibodies lowered survival rate, researchers found
'Wireless' Pacemaker Working Well So Far, Researchers Say
Small, manufacturer-funded study of tiny device reports no complications
U.S. Seniors' Health Poorest, Global Survey Shows
Commonwealth Fund report reveals stark comparison to 10 industrialized countries with universal health coverage
Fewer Infants Dying Than Before, CDC Reports
Better prenatal care still needed to lower number of stillbirths, expert says
Get Ready for the Great American Smokeout
American Cancer Society has plenty of tips to help you kick the habit
Health Tip: Make Home Safer for Alzheimer's
Limit access to areas that could pose danger
Home Exercise Boosts Heart Patients' Frame of Mind
But in-hospital workouts didn't produce same results, study found
Oxygen May Not Help Heart Attack Victims
Study ties treatment to greater heart damage, but more research urged
Blue-Eyed People May Face Higher Melanoma Risk
Study found genes for the eye color and for red hair were tied to moles, often a precursor for the skin cancer
Health Tip: Easing Baby's Nasal Congestion
Use a cool-mist humidifier
Mastectomy Rates Rising Among Women Eligible for Lumpectomy
Better breast reconstruction outcomes may be one reason behind the trend, one expert said
Women With Heart Disease at Low Risk When Giving Birth: Study
California researchers find more C-sections, longer hospital stays but no significant complications
Health Highlights: Nov. 19, 2014
Worst-Case Ebola Scenario Won't Happen: CDCMajor Effort to Find Ebola Treatments Announced by CoalitionYoungsters Still Being Targeted by Sugary Drink MakersWorkplace Obesity Website Taken Down by CDC
Health Highlights: Nov. 18, 2014
Second Face Transplant Performed at Cleveland ClinicNew Cigarette Heats Tobacco Instead of Burning It
Health Tip: Enjoying Dried Fruit
Avoid products with added sugar
Health Tip: Make Holiday Beverages Healthier
Use skim milk in holiday recipes
Want to Raise Colon Cancer Screening Rates? Run a Lottery
VA study found 20 percent boost in uptake if patients thought they might also win $50
Parents Want Children in Day Care to Be Vaccinated: Poll
Three-quarters said they'd pull their kids out if others weren't up to date on shots
Even With a Little Weight Gain, Quitting Smoking Is Still Healthier Choice
Japanese study found that stopping the habit boosted survival, even if a few pounds were added on
Trans Fats May Sap Your Memory
Researchers report that men who consumed more of them did worse on word recall test
Working Night Shift Slows Metabolism, Study Suggests
Finding means fewer calories burned, and may explain why shift workers tend to gain weight, researcher says
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