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But study found overall rate was under 4 percent
Problem more pronounced among minority women, study finds
Even slightly higher levels took their toll, researchers note
But finding doesn't prove cause-and-effect relationship
The proton pump inhibitor reduces amount of acid in the stomach
Scientists searching for the genetic roots of autism have found something surprising: In families where two children have been diagnosed with the disorder, siblings don’t often share the same gene changes.
Class of drugs interferes with a key brain chemical, but study can't prove cause-and-effect
Experts urge routine testing of glandular function for women who have problems conceiving
It can be hard to tell if your desire to soothe your feelings with food has crossed a dangerous line. Learn the signs of emotional eating and 4 myths about binge eating disorder.
WebMD offers tips on how to talk to your doctor about binge eating.
Pauline Cafferkey, the first person to be diagnosed with Ebola in the United Kingdom, has been discharged from a hospital in London after making a full recovery.
Study suggests certain calorie information might also prompt parents to encourage more exercise
American Academy of Pediatrics says drug has potential to harm children
The flu is still widespread in a majority of states, and flu-related hospitalizations and deaths are on the rise, the CDC says .
Caring for someone with binge eating disorder is a big job, but your support can help your loved one get well.
Know when and how to eat foods you used to binge on. Smart strategies can help you eat “trigger foods” without bingeing.
Researchers note that CDC recommends vaccination at age 11 or 12
Front-facing models unsafe before age 2, experts say
More research is needed to define what role they play, researcher says
Study finds higher risk of heart disease, stroke in people with the skin condition
Ebola Vaccine Sent to W. Africa for Testing
A California judge has ruled that the state must make timely decisions on Medi-Cal applicants, and that those who have waited more than 45 days for approval from the state can get temporary coverage.
If they become pregnant, birth defects and preterm birth are possible risks
Ebola 'Turning Point' as Cases Decline: WHO
Research suggests an effect for at-risk babies, but more study is needed, expert says
With the rise in food allergies over the past decade, allergists trained to treat children say they are seeing more cases where kids are being wrongly advised by pediatricians and primary care doctors to stop eating certain foods.
But the odds of any one birth control pill user getting the tumor remain extremely small, experts stress
Researchers recommend caution when using antibiotics to treat digestive ills while abroad
Local initiatives offer free care and legislation proposes coverage for all regardless of immigration status. Will other states follow suit?
Researchers see similarities with sudden infant death syndrome
Cosentyx blocks protein involved in inflammatory response of disease
Study finds blood vessels in older adults break down
When users turn up the heat, formaldehyde levels may increase as well
No developmental problems seen in kids of frequent seafood eaters from Seychelles islands, study says
With Affordable Care Act open enrollment ending Feb. 15, taxpayers could find themselves shut out of health insurance – and saddled with big fines – if they don’t do their taxes early this year.
Implanting just one embryo a significant factor in the change, study author says
Researchers suggest caffeine might mitigate sun damage
At least 42 people have caught measles in an outbreak linked to Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Park over the Christmas holidays, health officials say. Here, experts address what you need to know.
Findings underscore value of preventive vaccines
But the procedure is expensive and not always tied to better outcomes, study suggests
Small initial trial showed improvement for people with relapsing-remitting MS
Findings will be basis of new guidelines on treatments for debilitating headaches
'I would've stopped the treatment, but I wanted to come see the dog'
Study suggests infection with H. pylori bug may be somewhat protective
Poverty, race, ethnicity are more accurate predictors, study says
Study found an association for middle-aged people, but experts stress that heavy drinking is never healthy
Researcher suggests ways to include movement in your day that goes beyond that hour at the gym
More conservative treatments worked just as well to ease back and leg pain
But many people are too embarrassed to seek treatment, or don't know options exist
Study found more than a third of people over 65 reporting a fall over the past 2 years
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