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Gun Owners and Gun Safety Advocates Find Common Ground
Even people opposed to gun laws are concerned their guns could be used in a suicide, making certain gun safety measures attractive.
Secondhand Smoke Sends Kids to the ER
Kids exposed to cigarette smoke at home are 24 times more likely to be hospitalized. It could be a good opportunity to offer smokers help.
Not-So-Sudden Heart Attacks
The symptoms may be murky, but many heart patients know something is wrong weeks before a heart attack.
The Other Epidemic Heading Our Way
At least we have a vaccine for it. Flu season is approaching. It's time to think about which flu shot to take.
Getting Back to Business in a Pandemic
Models testing various ways of re-opening businesses as COVID cases subside show one approach is a clear winner.
Smartphones Could Curb DUIs
Your phone can do more than count your steps. It could also warn you if those steps are alcohol-impaired and give you time to sober up.
Help for COVID's Sickest
The steroid dexamethasone is used to reduce inflammation; it can also save the lives of coronavirus patients who can't breathe.
Staying home reduces the transmission of COVID-19. Here's a view of how much it helps.
Doctors Weigh in on Chloroquine
As a treatment for COVID-19 hydroxychloroquine is questionable and a danger to some. And then there are the lupus patients who need it.
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.
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