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Scientists Developing Blood Test for Drowsy Driving - 2018-09-25
"Here's a welcome alert: Scientists say they're inching closer to a blood test for drowsy driving." More

Consumer Reports Says Warnings About Tainted Beef Don't Go Far Enough - 2018-09-25
"o avoid possible E. coli infection, check your freezer and toss out any ground beef bought in the United States between June 21 and July 11, food safety advocates advise." More

Experimental Vaccine Shows Promise in Preventing TB - 2018-09-25
"Tuberculosis remains the most lethal of infectious diseases worldwide, killing more than 1.6 million people a year. But researchers say a new vaccine might prevent half of full-blown illnesses in infected people who receive the shot." More

Overweight in Pregnancy? Here's How to Keep Excess Pounds at Bay - 2018-09-25
""The majority of pregnant women are overweight or obese at the time of conception. It's a major public health concern," said Van Horn, a professor of preventive medicine at Northwestern's Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago." More

Health Insurance Companies Are Prime Targets for Hackers - 2018-09-25
"Hackers are targeting medical record data more than ever, and their most rewarding prey appears to be health insurance companies, a new study suggests." More

Number of Infants Born With Syphilis Reaches 20-Year High: CDC - 2018-09-25
"The number of newborns suffering from syphilis has nearly tripled in recent years, U.S. health officials reported Tuesday." More

The Physician Assistant Will See You Now - 2018-09-25
"One of the key members of your health-care team might not be a doctor or a nurse, but a physician assistant." More

Coffee Shop Workers on Front Lines of Opioid Crisis - 2018-09-24
"New research suggests that employees in coffee shops and fast food places can be trained to respond to opioid overdoses at their places of business." More

Gun Victims More Likely to Die Than Other Trauma Patients - 2018-09-24
"Gunshot wounds are far deadlier than other types of trauma, according to a new study." More

Booster Shots Safe for Most Kids Who Have Vaccine Reaction: Study - 2018-09-24
"Most children who have mild to moderate reactions to a vaccine can safely receive booster shots, new research suggests." More

Spinal Implant Could Be Breakthrough for Paralyzed Patients - 2018-09-24
"A paraplegic man has regained the ability to move his legs and walk with assistance, thanks to an implanted electrode stimulating his spinal cord, Mayo Clinic researchers say." More

Health Tip: Maintain Healthy Cholesterol - 2018-09-24
"If you have high cholesterol, you are at greater risk of developing a number of health problems, such as heart disease and stroke, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says." More

5 Tips to Manage Your Child's Asthma - 2018-09-22
"For many children with asthma, coughing is an early warning sign of a flare-up, an expert says." More

New Compounds Might Help Stop Spread of Malaria - 2018-09-21
"Malaria is transmitted by mosquitoes carrying malaria parasites, but scientists report they have discovered compounds that might keep mosquitoes from spreading the sometimes deadly disease." More

AHA: Stiffening of Blood Vessels May Point to Dementia Risk - 2018-09-21
"Arterial stiffness among people with mild cognitive impairments could put them at higher risk for progressing to dementia, which may include Alzheimer's disease, according to a new study exploring the connection between the brain and vascular health." More

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