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As Men's Weight Rises, Sperm Health May Fall

But shedding pounds may bring them back to normal, researcher says


Drone Sets New Record for Transporting Blood Samples

It could soon become the best delivery system in remote areas, researcher says


Fracture Risk Higher for Seniors With Diabetes

Bone weaknesses seen in those with blood sugar disease


'Green Schoolyards' May Bring Better Health to Kids

Review found they helped with heart health, weight control, ADHD and stress relief


Health Tip: Four Common Types Of Acne

Distinguishing between different forms


Health Tip: Is Your Baby Teething?

Recognizing signs and symptoms


One Weight-Loss Surgery Shows Lasting Results

Patients 77 pounds slimmer on average 12 years after gastric bypass, study finds


Prostate Cancer Symptoms Aren't Always Obvious

Warning signs often confused with other conditions


Styling a Home Gym

There are options for every budget


Weight-Loss Surgery May Leave Some Anemic

It's a common problem, but one easily solved with long-term follow-up


When Moms Don't Sleep Well, Neither Do Their Kids

That could take a toll on child's development, researchers say


9 of 10 Docs Unprepared to Prescribe Marijuana

The burgeoning practice isn't discussed in medical schools, research shows


Are Today's Teens Putting the Brakes on Adulthood?

They're often postponing traditional 'milestones' to growing up, study suggests


Caring for a Sick Pet Can Really Drain You

Emotional burden is steep, study shows, but vets can help owners cope


Exercise May Stem Kidney Damage in Lupus Patients

But stress may trigger the reverse, researchers report


Focus on Just One Sport Can Mean Stress for Girls

Study of soccer players shows diversity of activity might help


Girl Soccer Players Take More Chances After Concussions

They're more likely than boys to return to play, research shows


Health Highlights: Sept. 19, 2017
  • Lady Gaga Postpones European Tour Due to Fibromyalgia

  • City Asks Judge to Approve Lawsuit Against OxyContin Maker

  • Actress Kate Walsh Reveals Benign Brain Tumor Surgery


This Mistake Can Cost Athletes' Lives in Cardiac Arrest

Bystanders often get distracted by a non-life-threatening issue, research shows


Youth Football Ups Odds of Brain Problems in Adulthood

Researchers say greater risk of behavior issues, depression in those who played tackle before age 12

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