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Smart Kids Live Longer
Lower scores on childhood intelligence tests were associated with death from heart disease, stroke, respiratory disease, and lung and stomach cancers.
15 hours ago - New York Times
Why do those with higher IQs live longer? A new study points to answers
Across a sweeping range of causes of death - from injuries to dementia to heart disease - being smarter as a child means you are more likely to live longer than people of lower...
15 hours ago - STAT - 4 articles
Turmeric Can Do Wonders For Your Body, But Be Wary Of These 6 Side Effects
Given the amazing benefits turmeric can promise for your overall health , it's no surprise that the ancient plant has been getting a whole lot of good press in the US for the...
18 hours ago - Elite Daily
People Are Still Getting the Plague. Here's What You Need to Know
Two cases of plague were recently confirmed in New Mexico. Should you be worried? TIME breaks down what you need to know about bubonic plague in the U.S. What is the...
19 hours ago - Time
Mental distress tied to higher odds of early death for heart patients
People with heart disease are at risk of dying sooner when they suffer from chronic depression and anxiety, a recent study suggests.
21 hours ago - Reuters
3 Healthy Reasons to Eat More Pineapple
Pineapple is one of my absolute favorite fruits, and I know I'm not the only one who loves the tropical treat. There's no question it's refreshing and delicious. But pineapple...
21 hours ago - Time
Maine Reports First Confirmed Case Of Measles In 20 Years
The vaccine-preventable disease can cause serious complications, including pneumonia and death.
1 day ago - The Huffington Post
You Asked: What's the Healthiest Yogurt?
Not many foods contain the nutritious trio of protein, probiotics and healthy fats-but yogurt does. And people can't get enough. The North American yogurt market churned up...
1 day ago - Time
Tests for Lyme disease miss many early cases - but a new approach could help
As a kid in rural Connecticut in the early 2000s, Kathleen McWilliams was well acquainted with the danger of ticks. After days spent playing outside in the wooded areas around...
1 day ago - STAT
Harvard Study: Vitamin A Helps Protect Against TB
Raúl Silverio Carbajal / Partners In Health Hugo Iván Díaz Vásquez , a laboratory technician with PIH in Peru, preps patient samples in Carabayllo, a neighborhood north of...
1 day ago - Partners In Health
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Show Off Your American Pride With Fourth of July Nail Art
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Dear GOP Senators: Alzheimer's Patients Need More Benefits, Not Less
The Republican bill would make an already broken system even worse.
The GOP Health Care Bill Would Strip Coverage From 22 Million Americans...
The Congressional Budget Office announced that the Republican Senate bill, which includes deeper Medicaid cuts than the House version, would cause 22 million people to lose...
Single-Payer Health Care - Will States Lead The Way?
Several states have proposed single-payer health care bills over the last year, suggesting that Americans are losing patience
The Republican Health Care Bill Is Mean And Cold-Hearted
The principles of Republican health care are straight out of 16th century England where being poor was a sure sign of moral
The Scary FDA Loophole That Allows Cosmetics With Reported Side Effects to...
Consumer complaints for side effects caused by ingredients in cosmetic products have more than doubled from last year according to a new study published in JAMA Internal...
AARP Urges 'All Senators To Vote NO' On GOP Health Care Bill
The bill would bring changes "ultimately harming some of our nation's most vulnerable citizens,” the group said.
Merck, Heritage Valley Health System, caught in global cyberattack
On Tuesday, pharma giant Merck & Co confirmed its computer network had been compromised as part of a vicious new cybersecurity attack, which also impacted at least one U.S...