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As Pot Legalization Advances, Pediatricians Warn of Dangers

Marijuana isn't benign, child health experts contend

Doctors Handled Influx of Obamacare Patients: Study

Concerns about long waits, primary care shortage appear unfounded, researchers say

Health Highlights: Feb. 27, 2017
  • WHO Lists 12 Most Dangerous 'Superbugs'

  • Trader Joe's Apple Sauce Recalled

  • Single Payer Health System Being Suggested in California

  • Straight Women Least Likely to Have Orgasm: Study

Health Tip: Learn Your Prime Sleep Time

Suggestions for the most restful sleep

Health Tip: Reheat Food Safely

Suggestions to help avoid food poisoning

Hospital Sinks May Be Awash in 'Superbugs'

Study finds drug-resistant bacteria can colonize in drains, spread to sinks and eventually reach patients

Many Americans Unaware of 'Superbug' Threat: Poll

Most say they know little about antibiotic-resistant bacteria, and half think antibiotics work against viruses

More Exercise, Fewer Pounds: Cut Your Heart Failure Risk

Link was stronger for common but difficult-to-treat type of heart failure

Nasal Swab Shows Promise in Confirming Lung Cancers

Simple technique is based on cancer DNA and seems accurate for use after chest CT scan, researchers say

Pediatricians Revise Guidelines for Teen Victims of Sexual Assault

Physicians need to be comfortable screening for it, offering additional help if needed

Review Raises Questions About Herbal Meds for Heart Problems

While popular among patients, they haven't been proven safe or effective in clinical trials, study says

Some Health Fads May Not Be All That Healthy

Vegetable juices, coconut oil have downsides, and gluten-free makes little difference in those without the sensitivity, study finds

Stress Buster

Stop passing judgment

Kids Mean Less Shuteye for Mom, While Dad Slumbers On

Study finds big differences in how youngsters affect parents' sleep

Ice Fishing Can Invite Serious Injuries

Anglers may suffer burns, concussions and broken bones

Don't Sweat It: Gender Doesn't Dictate Perspiration Rate

Instead, your size and shape influence how the body releases heat and cools down, study finds

Drug OD Deaths Have Nearly Tripled Since 1999: CDC

Whites, middle-aged adults hardest hit, new report finds

Study Finds Stroke Care Faster for Men Than Women

Researchers not sure why the disparity exists

'Superbug' Infections Striking More U.S. Kids

Antibiotic-resistant germs no longer confined to hospitals, study warns

Want to Win an Oscar? Study Shows How to Grab the Gold

One tip: focus on American culture, researchers say

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