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STIs Rising in an Older Age Group
Sexually transmitted infections can be symptom-free, but still cause harm. Rising rates among young adults are prompting calls for testing.
Putting Antibiotic Use on a Diet
Antibiotics are frequently overused, and bacteria have become resistant. A new set of guidelines helps doctors and patients cut back.
Summer Camp and COVID
Parents wondering whether summer camp is in the cards for their children this summer will want to see what a Duke University study found.
Healthy Skepticism: Be a Better Consumer of Health Information
Have you heard the news about vitamin B17? A study explores the things to look for when evaluating health -- or any kind of -- information.
Why “Seropositive” Can Be Good News
Testing positive for antibodies to SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, appears to offer protection from infection. But how much?
Lockdown's Silver Lining
Lockdown is hard on families; but when asked, some caregivers also listed a number of benefits to being cooped up at home with kids.
When Gum Disease is Not a Dental Problem
Bleeding gums are not only or always a dental issue. They can be a sign of a vitamin deficiency that only the right diet can fix.
The COVID Vitamin D Connection
People deficient vitamin D are over 450% more likely to test positive for COVID-19. Get out in the sun; eat fish; or consider a supplement.
Online Doctor Visits: Opportunities and Disparities
Patient portals have been lifesavers during the pandemic, but not everyone enjoys access or can book a COVID vaccination appointment online.
No Symptoms, Still a Threat
People without symptoms are responsible for more than 50 percent of new COVID-19 cases. They need to be tested, too.
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