106-Year-Old Still Feisty, Sharp With Daily Exercise Routine
At age 106, Mary Kawakami of Salt Lake City stays sharp and feisty with a daily exercise routine designed by her 75-year-old son.
Flu Season Is Off To Its Earliest Start In 15 Years - Driven By Unexpected Virus
“It is definitely causing symptoms that will put you in bed for a week"
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CDC: Tobacco Use Among Kids Jumped To 6.2 Million This Year
The survey found that about 1 in 3 high school students and about 1 in 8 middle school students are tobacco users
Study Shows Cellphone-Related Face Injuries On The Rise
"Cellphone-related injuries to the head and neck have increased steeply over the recent 20-year period."
Experts Split Sharply Over Experimental Alzheimer’s Drug
A company that claims to have the first drug to slow Alzheimer's disease made its case to scientists but left them sharply divided
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New Treatment Could Ease Pain And Passage Of Kidney Stones
Muscle relaxants delivered to the ureter can reduce contractions that cause pain when passing a stone.
Study - Permanent Hair Dye, Hair Straighteners Increased Breast Cancer Risk
Although the numbers seem alarming, researchers said the study does not mean the products should be banned
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Prediabetes Now Common Among Teens, Young Adults 1 in 5 kids, 1 in 4 young adults now prediabetic, new study finds
A new study find 1 in 5 kids, 1 in 4 young adults now prediabetic
Many Pregnant Women Seek Medical Advice From Their Moms
A new study suggests moms trump doctors when it comes to pregnancy advice
Drug Can Curb Dementia’s Delusions, Researchers Find
If regulators agree, it could become the first treatment specifically for dementia-related psychosis and the first new medicine for Alzheimer's in nearly two decades
Photo Credit: Acadia Pharmaceuticals Inc. via AP