Parents, Take Note: Survey Shows Teens Need More Support Than They Get

As millions of American teens continue to struggle with their mental health, a new survey reveals a sizable gap between how much support teens say…

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Blood Test Shows Promise in Spotting Preeclampsia Before Symptoms Surface

An experimental blood test could help detect pregnant women at increased risk for preeclampsia, a serious high blood pressure condition that can harm both mother…

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Could Living in Poor Neighborhoods Fuel Prostate Cancer in Black Men? Study Says It Might

The stress of living in a poor neighborhood might contribute to higher rates of aggressive prostate cancer in Black men, a new study warns. Black…

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Safe Pregnancies Possible After Stem Cell Treatment for Blood Cancer

Women who’ve undergone stem cell treatments for blood cancers, or for illnesses such as sickle cell disease, can successfully bring a pregnancy to term, new…

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Late Cancer Diagnosis Biggest Health Concern for Most, Poll Shows

When it comes to health worries, cancer leads the way, a new poll shows.  The University of Cambridge poll included 2,000 adults who said their biggest…

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Most Americans Think Incontinence, Pelvic Pain after Childbirth is Normal — It’s Not

Roughly a month after having her second child, Nicole Gerardi-Lukens suddenly felt pressure in her pelvis that was so intense it sent her to the…

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Nearly 1 in 10 Pregnant Women Who Get COVID Develop Long COVID

Almost 10% of women who get COVID during pregnancy develop long-lasting symptoms, and a new study suggests doctors may be overlooking them. “I doubt most…

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Four in 10 Cancer Cases, Nearly Half of Cancer Deaths Linked to Lifestyle

Nearly half of cancer deaths and 4 of 10 cases of cancer are linked to a person’s lifestyle, a new study says. Cigarette smoking remains…

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Only 1 in 4 Still Taking Ozempic, Wegovy for Weight Loss Two Years Later

Three of four patients stop taking Ozempic or Wegovy two years after being prescribed the blockbuster drugs for weight loss, a new analysis shows. Conducted…

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When Diet, Exercise Delay Diabetes Diagnosis, Long-term Health Improves

Prediabetes can be successfully fought through diet and exercise, a new study shows. People with prediabetes can reduce their long-term risk of death and illness…

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More Americans Now Think Abortion Should Be Allowed in Any Circumstance

Two years after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, more Americans think their state should allow a woman to get a legal abortion…

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Study Shows RSV Vaccine Safe in Late Pregnancy

Expectant mothers who get vaccinated to protect their newborns against respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) are not putting themselves or their babies at risk, new research…

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