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Could Diet Soda Help Curb Colon Cancer's Return? - 2018-07-20
"A new study suggests that colon cancer patients who regularly drink diet sodas have a much lower risk of their tumor coming back, or of dying from the cancer." More

Green Spaces a Mental Balm for City Dwellers - 2018-07-20
"A splash of green in an urban landscape can lift the spirits of city residents, a new study suggests." More

FDA Warns of Deaths Tied to Tainted Synthetic Pot - 2018-07-20
"Synthetic marijuana products contaminated with an ingredient found in rat poison have caused several deaths and hundreds of hospitalizations in the United States recently, federal health officials report." More

When 'Good' Cholesterol Is Bad for Older Women - 2018-07-20
"HDL cholesterol may be known as the "good" kind, but a new study suggests high levels of it are not always a good thing for women after menopause." More

Bayer Stops U.S. Sale of Essure Birth Control Implant - 2018-07-20
"Amid lawsuits and plummeting sales for its Essure birth control device, drug giant Bayer announced Friday that it would cease U.S. sales of the product by the end of 2018." More

Health Tip: Help Prevent Bone Fractures - 2018-07-20
"More than 53 million people in the United States have osteoporosis or are at higher risk due to low bone mass, the U.S. National Institutes of Health says." More

Money Matters - 2018-07-20
"Money can't buy you love, but it can come between you and your spouse if you don't have open conversations about it." More

Could Botox Cousin Combat the Opioid Epidemic? - 2018-07-20
" A modified type of botulinum toxin -- botox -- gave mice long-term pain relief and may someday be a safer alternative to opioids as a treatment for chronic pain, according to British researchers" More

Study Confirms Added Cancer Risk for Diabetics, Especially Women - 2018-07-20
"The increased risk of cancer in people with diabetes is higher for women than men, a new study finds." More

Daily Low-Dose Aspirin May Be Weapon Against Ovarian Cancer - 2018-07-20
"One low-dose aspirin a day could help women avoid ovarian cancer or boost their survival should it develop, two new studies suggest." More

Where Are Opioid Painkillers Prescribed the Most? - 2018-07-19
"A close look at U.S. congressional districts has yielded new information about the opioid crisis: The highest rates of prescriptions for opioid painkillers are in the Southeast, Appalachia and the rural West." More

Air Pollution at National Parks Keeps Visitors Away - 2018-07-19
"Fresh air is in short supply at U.S. national parks, a new study shows." More

Your Earliest Memories May Be False - 2018-07-19
"Can you trust your very first childhood memories? Maybe not, a new study suggests." More

Cancer Survival Drops With Complementary Therapy: Study - 2018-07-19
"People with curable cancers who try "complementary therapy" often refuse some part of standard care. And they may die as a result, researchers say." More

In the ICU, Patients' Relatives Often Mum About Care Concerns - 2018-07-19
"Many family members of intensive care unit (ICU) patients are reluctant to tell medical staff of worries about their loved one's care, a new study finds." More

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