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But some believe the study is flawed
Those with memory loss fared better than those who showed deficits in thinking abilities
Studies looked at improvements in ER, specially equipped ambulance that could deliver clot-busting drug
Treatments and support for metastatic breast cancer can help women live longer and better than ever before. Here's how to take charge of your diagnosis and live better with metastatic breast cancer.
Paper Money Carries Thousands of Types of Bacteria: Study
Less than a glass a day may also help the heart in those who already have kidney disease, researchers found
Study linked abnormally low or high weight to greater odds of fetal death
Two early trials show two experimental compounds reduced number of headaches for sufferers
Ativan, Valium both good options for emergency treatment, experts say
Study found abnormal rhythms when blood sugar dipped at night in people with type 2 disease
Nearly 7 of 10 favor universal health plan coverage for contraceptives
Few crimes committed by mentally ill patients were directly linked to symptoms, researcher notes
How downward dog and tai chi in the park can help mind and body alike.
WebMD takes a look at hoarding -- why some people are prone to keeping everything and how to treat the problem.
Feeling fatigued? WebMD tells you how to get your energy back.
Children with irritable bowel syndrome were more likely to also have celiac disease in Italian study
Researcher suggests more aggressive treatment might be warranted
Antibiotic-resistant bacteria common on household surfaces, study finds
American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists advises against changes to current practice
Waiting For Medicaid To Kick In
Ready to wean baby from breastfeeding or add bottles to the feeding schedule? Use these tips to make the transition from breast to bottle feeding.
ERs give potentially dangerous drug to thousands of children each year
Anxiety often goes hand in hand with attention disorder, too
15-Minute Visits Take A Toll On The Doctor-Patient Relationship
Tablet placed under the tongue
Study found those with hay fever who had high levels of stress suffered more severe symptoms
Sense of smell also altered for some patients in British study
Ready to wean your baby from a bottle to a cup? Here’s how to make the transition easier on everyone.
Some people swear by the practice, but little research exists to back up health claims
'Laparoscopic power morcellation' may increase women's cancer risk, agency says
35 percent of registrants are younger than 35 years old, administration officials say
European study tracked how many men came back for regular checkups over 13 years
Study found some players still showed brain changes 6 months after season had ended
Study suggests manufacturers test for all strains of P. aeruginosa to prevent infection
British researchers discover receptors on egg cells that allow sperm to attach, fertilize egg
With mothers holding newborns differently, cord clamping could be delayed, researchers say
Information from MRI scans might help in obesity, diabetes research
5 percent of adults are affected each year, data from several studies suggest
Study of dermatologists found those with access to samples from drug makers more likely to prescribe expensive meds
Neural systems tied to gauging social cues appear 'over-connected' in children with the disorder
Study finds helpful microbial communities vary person to person
When study participants were thinking about calories, they ate more of the crunchier items, less of the soft
Does your medication cause heartburn? These tips may bring relief.
Report should reassure women at this stage of life, researcher says
Right now misdiagnosis is common, so a better technology is needed, experts say
Study looked at Graves', Hashimoto's thyroiditis among U.S. military personnel
Osteoporosis rates rose among people with breathing disorder, study found
Tanzeum is injected once a week and appears to help control blood sugar levels, agency says
Rates increased for adults 45 to 84; kids 4 and under and adults 85 and older at highest risk
Nibbling a few leaves, licking pollen off fur can cause kidney failure, veterinarian warns
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