Gizmodo.com

If the seeds of a pandemic illness were planted tomorrow, how would the world fare? Well, according to a simulation carried out on Friday by Johns Hopkins University, the answer is: terribly.

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Slashgear.com

A new study from researchers at the University of Bath and the University of Birmingham shed light on which is better: eating breakfast before or after a morning workout? Though there isn’t a…

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People.com

Mom Jade Devis was diagnosed with the rare form of breast cancer just weeks after finding out she was pregnant

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Fox News

A bacterial disease that can spread to humans is reportedly sickening dogs in Colorado, a veterinarian in the state recently said.

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Ksl.com

There has been a small increase in vaccine exemption rates among kindergarteners in the United States, according to a new report from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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Rollingstone.com

A new CDC report reveals that teenage suicide rates have increased exponentially in the past decade

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Nih.gov

Initiative equips researchers with the tools and insights necessary for studying a wide variety of brain disorders.

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Yahoo.com

Will you notice any CBD oil benefits after taking it for the first time? Everyone has a different experience with CBD oil effects, so here's the lowdown on how to wind down effectively with CBD and a few tips for what to do if your CBD experience falls flat.

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Medical News Today

New research finds that frequent low alcohol consumption, such as one daily drink, has a higher risk of atrial fibrillation than infrequent binge drinking.

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Nation.co.ke

Anyone seeking to scuttle policies aimed at creating jobs for Kenyans will not succeed, President says.

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The woman was the first to receive the trial vaccine at the Mayo Clinic, after getting an early breast cancer diagnosis.

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Fox News

A 26-year-old Florida man has been accused of failing to tell three women that he was HIV positive before they had sex, authorities said.

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Ksl.com

A nationwide shortage of a cancer-fighting drug has one Utah mother worried for her 6-year-old daughter, who was diagnosed with leukemia two years ago.

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NBC News

In many U.S. cities, tanning salons cluster in neighborhoods where more LGBTQ men live, which could be one reason for their high skin cancer rates.

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Medicalxpress.com

Autism spectrum disorders affect one in 59 American children by age eight. With no known quantitative biological features, autism diagnoses are currently based on expert assessments of behavioral symptoms, including impaired social skills and communication, r…

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Fox News

Fox News’ Dr. Manny Alvarez sits down with a Harvard Medical School doctor to discuss everything you need to know about this year’s flu season.

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Who.int

The World Health Organization (WHO) welcomes the European Medicines Agency (EMA) announcement recommending a conditional marketing authorization for the rVSV-ZEBOV-GP vaccine, which has been shown to be effective in protecting people from the Ebola virus. …

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Theconversation.com

Benzodiazepines, or benzos, are some of the most widely prescribed drugs in the US. They are meant to be used only short-term, but thousands use them long-term. That's a big worry.

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USA Today

An investigation found that millions of marketing dollars have pushed 3D mammograms, leaving many women feeling pressured to undergo screenings

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