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Cancer Cuts Dec. 04, 2019

Wellnews

As cancer rates increase, the number of doctors trained to treat cancer patients is declining. A new... Read More

Unhealthy Relationships Nov. 20, 2019

Wellnews

Which is worse for your health: a troubled relationship with a significant other or prolonged proble... Read More

Pregnant Pause Nov. 13, 2019

Wellnews

The Centers for Disease Control reports that a large number of pregnant women are not getting two cr... Read More

Painful Muscle Memory Oct. 30, 2019

Wellnews

Aricept, a drug commonly prescribed to manage cognitive decline in Alzheimer's patients, may be asso... Read More

Who Commits Suicide? Oct. 26, 2019

Diane Dimond

As odd as it might seem, suicide used to be against the law in the United States. How in the world c... Read More

Knock-Knock Oct. 23, 2019

Wellnews

The Peace Corps is famously all about young men and woman venturing to distant locales, bringing wit... Read More

Tele Friend Oct. 16, 2019

Wellnews

Telemedicine is consulting with a medical professional via computer or smartphone. With screens ever... Read More

No Fan of Heat Sep. 25, 2019

Wellnews

When temperatures rise, it seems like a no-brainer to reach over and flick on an electric fan. But i... Read More

Colorbind Sep. 11, 2019

Wellnews

Nearly 52 million people in the U.S. wear some sort of device with a heart rate tracker, such as a F... Read More

Baseball Is Life Sep. 04, 2019

Wellnews

A new study finds that major league baseball players tend to fare better, healthwise, than the gener... Read More

Looking Ahead to Election 2020 Aug. 29, 2019

Scott Rasmussen

Seventy-five percent of Republican voters believe it really doesn't matter who the Democrats nominat... Read More

Grain of Truth Aug. 28, 2019

Wellnews

With Americans more health-conscious than ever (even if we're more talk than action), there are pres... Read More

The Democratic Presidential Debate Will Shake Up the Race Jun. 21, 2019

Daily Editorials

The Democratic presidential primary debates are scheduled to begin next Wednesday and Thursday, with... Read More

The Democratic Presidential Debate Will Shake Up the Race Jun. 20, 2019

Scott Rasmussen

The Democratic presidential primary debates are scheduled to begin next Wednesday and Thursday, with... Read More

Brother, Can You Care Me a Dime? Jun. 19, 2019

Wellnews

The costs of caregiving are myriad and diverse. Often, when the topic comes up, it's about the emoti... Read More

What Is Driving the Rise in Mental Health Issues? Jun. 14, 2019

C Force

To build a more in-depth understanding of the effects of the constant parade of fragmented, ever-shi... Read More

Teasing's Terrible Twist Jun. 12, 2019

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Teens who said they were teased or ridiculed about their weight increased their body mass by 33% eac... Read More

It's More Than the Economy Jun. 06, 2019

Scott Rasmussen

For more than a generation, James Carville's campaign maxim, "It's the economy, stupid," has been he... Read More

Tri, Tri, Again Jun. 05, 2019

Wellnews

For some years, physicians, engineers and sci-fi geeks have been trying to create a medical device s... Read More

Cancer Alternative Treatments May. 29, 2019

Wellnews

A new study published in JAMA found that one-third of cancer patients have used alternative therapie... Read More