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Catching Cancer Early
It may soon be possible to detect some of the deadliest cancers years earlier than ever before using a simple blood test.
A Woman's Heart
Women's hearts don't get the respect they should. Too often issues like hypertension and high cholesterol are left un- or under-treated.
It's hard to believe that some people don't feel masks are necessary. A new study makes clear just how far COVID spreads when people talk.
Poverty and Prevention
Income plays a big role in who does and doesn't get preventive heart care.
Telemedicine: The Doctor Will See You Online
Telemedicine could free up hospital staff and offer a safer way for patients to see their doctors during the pandemic and beyond.
Location and Longevity
Where you live, in addition to your genes and lifestyle, has an impact on how long you live. How does your part of the U.S. stack up?
Sexual Orientation and Teen Doctor Appointments
Doctor appointments can be tricky for teens who see themselves as non-binary. Most prefer for providers to bring up gender identity.
Scientists are looking at the best ways to curtail the spread of the current novel coronavirus, COVID-19. Here's what seems to have worked.
Why You Probably Don't Need a Medical Mask
It's natural, but not necessarily wise to think of using a mask for protection from the COVID-19 virus. Here's who should -- and shouldn't.
Putting the Brakes on COVID-19
International airports have a major role to play when it comes to preventing the spread of disease. What travelers need to know.
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