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Better Efforts Could Help Rid the U.S. of Hepatitis B, C: Report

Plus, 90,000 fewer deaths would occur by 2030, study authors estimate

Brain-Computer Link Restores Some Movement to Quadraplegic Man

8 years after a devastating bike accident, he uses arm to eat and drink

Dupixent Approved to Treat Eczema

When topical medication doesn't work

Exercise: The Cellular 'Fountain of Youth'

Intense interval training seems to boost older cells, even reversing some of aging's effects, study finds

Health Highlights: March 28, 2017
  • View Substance Abuse as Chronic Disease, Doctors' Group Says

  • Florida Residents Urged to Take Anti-Mosquito Measures

Health Insurance a Key to IVF Success, Researchers Say

At $12,000 and up a cycle, many forgo second attempt if they don't have coverage

High Doses of Vitamin D Fail to Cut Cancer Risk, Study Finds

Taking triple the daily recommendation didn't lower risk in older women, but larger trials are underway

Kids Peppered With Pot Ads

Legalization of marijuana in more than half of U.S. states fueling the trend, study suggests

Knee Replacement Doesn't Always Pay, Researchers Say

Less pain to begin with, less gain from the procedure, but more benefit seen in those with severe arthritis

Lead Exposure as Child, Lower IQ as Adult?

Leaded gasoline in New Zealand may have stunted intellectual development, study suggests

Many Women Who Get Breast Cancer Gene Test Don't Need It

6 out of 10 screened weren't at high risk for the disease, researchers say

Marathon Running May Cause Short-Term Kidney Injury

But recovery is quick, usually within a day or two, researchers find

More Older Women Hitting the Bottle Hard

Study found dramatic jump in binge drinking in this vulnerable group

New Eczema Drug Gets FDA's Blessing

Injections may ease itchiness, redness in patients who don't get relief with topical creams, agency says

Zejula Approved for Certain Female Cancers

Drug may help fight tumors affecting the ovaries, fallopian tubes or abdominal wall

Breast-Feeding May Not Lead to Smarter Preschoolers

But study suggests that children who were nursed may be less hyperactive at age 3

Expect More Deadly Heat From Climate Change, Study Suggests

Countries need to make plans and design interventions to cope with rising temps

What You Need to Know About Cholesterol

Heart expert explains the difference between good and bad types

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