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Do Immune-Based Cancer Drugs Work Better in Men? - 2021-12-03
"Women are two times more likely than men to die after receiving a combination of cancer immunotherapy drugs called checkpoint inhibitors, but it's not clear if that difference is due to side effects or because the treatment isn't working, researchers say." More

Gene Found in Amish Helps Protect Their Hearts - 2021-12-03
"A rare gene variant discovered among Amish people may help lower "bad" cholesterol and protect against heart disease, a new study suggests." More

Omicron May Overcome Prior COVID Infection - 2021-12-03
"People who've already had COVID-19 have a higher risk of reinfection with the Omicron coronavirus variant than with earlier variants, new research shows." More

Windy Days Are Safer Days When It Comes to COVID-19 - 2021-12-03
"If you're getting together with others outdoors, a windy day might be best, researchers say." More

Almost 13 Million Americans Per Year Skip Meds Due to Cost - 2021-12-03
"Nearly 13 million U.S. adults a year skip or delay filling needed prescriptions due to high price tags, new research shows." More

Gene Test Spots Breast Cancer Patients Who Can Skip Post-Op Chemo - 2021-12-03
"A genetic test can identify older breast cancer patients who can forgo chemotherapy after surgery, even if the cancer has spread to nearby lymph nodes, a large international clinical trial shows." More

Black Americans Less Likely to Lose Hearing as They Age - 2021-12-03
"Older Black Americans are much more likely to have good hearing than white Americans, and the difference is especially notable among men, a new study shows." More

Most Vaccinated Adults Plan to Get Boosters: Poll - 2021-12-03
"Most vaccinated American adults have every intention of getting booster shots, a new poll finds." More

Study Finds Delta Somewhat Resistant to Vaccines — What About Omicron? - 2021-12-03
"Lab studies show that the mutations found in COVID-19's Delta variant make the virus more resistant to existing vaccines, a potentially ominous development as the new Omicron variant starts to wend its way around the world." More

Is the Mumps Vaccine Becoming Less Effective? - 2021-12-02
"Children and teenagers vaccinated against the mumps virus have accounted for one-third of infections in recent years, a new U.S. government study finds." More

Autism Now Diagnosed in 1 in Every 44 Children, CDC Says - 2021-12-02
"Autism may be more prevalent among American children than believed, a new U.S. government study shows." More

Vaping Can Trigger Gene Changes in Cells: Study - 2021-12-02
"A new study warns that vaping triggers the same gene regulation changes that smoking does, so it may raise the risk of cancer and other serious diseases." More

Pandemic Stress, Exhaustion Weigh on Health Care Workers - 2021-12-02
"The pandemic is taking a toll on health care workers' sleep, which can put both their mental health and patient care at risk, researchers warn." More

Assistance Dogs Bring Big Boost to Deaf People - 2021-12-02
"Hearing dogs make a huge difference in deaf people's lives, a new British study shows." More

Pfizer or Moderna? Head-to-Head Study Shows One Shot Has an Edge - 2021-12-02
"While both vaccines were highly effective in preventing infection, hospitalization and death, the Moderna vaccine conferred a 21% lower risk of infection and a 41% lower risk of hospitalization." More

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