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New Hope for Recovering Speech
Our use of tools and language developed together in the brain. Now this relationship may be used to help brain injured patients speak again.
More Teens Vaping Pot
Now that cannabis is legal in many states, vaping has become an increasingly popular delivery system for it, particularly among adolescents.
Even COVID Vaccine Resisters Worry
Knowing people sick with COVID and fear of test results can be tipping points for some of those who have been reluctant to get the shot.
Targeted Magnetic Stimulation Eases Depression Faster
A new transcranial magnetic stimulation technique for relieving depression could be a game changer because it works so quickly.
Nutrition Guidance from the American Heart Association
The AHA takes a long view of eating healthy. It should start in childhood and take sustainability and access to fresh foods into account.
The Allergy-Prone and COVID Vaccines
Even if you have allergies, your risk of a severe reaction to the COVID vaccine is only about 2 percent, a health worker study finds.
The Medicare Enrollment Blitz Doesn’t Include Options to Move Into Medigap
If you're 65 or over you have until December 7 to adjust your Medicare policy. The problem is, it may already be too late for some changes.
“Oms” Replace Opioids
Doctors are looking for ways to treat chronic pain without opioids. Two approaches -- yoga and cognitive behavioral therapy -- show promise.
Feeling Invincible? Think Again
People who value individualism tend to believe they can overcome all. This can be a strength. But in the case of the pandemic it's mistaken.
Solitary Mealtimes Hurt Heart Health
Eating most of your meals alone raises the risk of heart problems. Some of it is about what these people eat, but there are other factors.
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