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Sperm Counts Go Down as Pesticide Exposure Rises
Men who are routinely exposed to pesticides, such as farmers and agricultural workers, have lower sperm counts than men who aren't.
Do It for Your Baby
If you're pregnant a COVID mRNA vaccine will not only protect you and your child, it may also reduce the risk of stillbirth. Get vaccinated.
Medicare Enrollees Can Switch Coverage Now. Here's What's New and What to Consider
For those thinking of changing coverage, here's what you need to know about Advantage plans and the effect of the IRA on drug costs.
Growing Disparities in Rural-Urban Health
Rural health is declining. You can see it in data on health outcomes, the kind of medical care available, and residents' health behaviors.
The Hard Facts about Soft Drinks
Sugar-sweetened beverages feed obesity and harm human health all over the globe. There are ways you can gradually reduce your consumption.
Lobbying for Hobbies
Pursuing a hobby is good for older people’s physical and mental health. Some countries do a better job of encouraging seniors' interests.
Heavy Metals Found in Cannabis Users
Cadmium and lead were found in high concentrations in the blood of marijuana users. These metals are in the soil. How to lower your risk.
An Rx for Fruits and Veggies
When doctors offered vouchers for healthy food, it reduced hypertension, obesity, diabetes and food insecurity in low-income communities.
The Forgotten -- and Aging -- Middle Are Worse Off Now
Aging middle-class Americans are starting to struggle as health problems mount. They often don't qualify for many social welfare programs.
What a Difference a Dollar Makes
In honor of Labor Day, a re-release: Raising the minimum wage by just $1 an hour can reduce absenteeism by almost 10 percent.
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