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03 Dec

'Mild Cognitive Impairment' in Older Age Often Disappears, Study Finds

Mild cognitive impairment is not always a predictor of dementia and may sometimes disappear, researchers say.

02 Dec

HealthDay Now: What To Expect From Psychedelic Therapy

In a HealthDay Now interview, we spoke to award-nominated actor, Tony Head, a research participant in a Johns Hopkins clinical trial of psilocybin. Tony was diagnosed with stage 4 prostate cancer in 2011 and he shares how his experience with psilocybin helped him face his fears of dying.

01 Dec

Books Are Better than Digital Devices for Reading to Kids, Study Finds

Traditional print books are better for learning than digital devices, researchers say .

Keep Your Holidays Allergy-Free This Year

Keep Your Holidays Allergy-Free This Year

Planning ahead will reduce the risk of allergies and asthma interfering with your holiday plans, an expert says.

"In addition to concerns about COVID-19, those with allergies and asthma sometimes have an added layer of anxiety because they need to always be thinking about allergy and asthma triggers that can cause serious symptoms," said D...

Omicron May Overcome Prior COVID Infection

Omicron May Overcome Prior COVID Infection

People who've already had COVID-19 have a higher risk of reinfection with the Omicron coronavirus variant than with earlier variants, new research shows.

The South African scientists who reported the findings believe that vaccination will have the power to stop severe illness, however.

Speaking at a World Health Organization brie...

  • Robert Preidt and Ernie Mundell HealthDay Reporters
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  • December 3, 2021
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Gene Found in Amish Helps Protect Their Hearts

Gene Found in Amish Helps Protect Their Hearts

FRIDAY, Dec. 3, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- A rare gene variant discovered among Amish people may help lower "bad" cholesterol and protect against heart disease, a new study suggests.

Researchers found that among nearly 7,000 Amish people, the gene variant was tied to reductions in both LDL cholesterol and fibrinogen -- a p...

  • Amy Norton HealthDay Reporter
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  • December 3, 2021
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Could Pollution Help Decide Your Baby's Sex?

Could Pollution Help Decide Your Baby's Sex?

FRIDAY, Dec. 3, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- A boy or a girl? New research suggests that the air pregnant women breathe or the water they drink could play a role in their baby's sex.

The finding stems from tracking hundreds of factors — including pollution exposure — surrounding the birth of more than 6 million American...

  • Alan Mozes HealthDay Reporter
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  • December 3, 2021
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Do Immune-Based Cancer Drugs Work Better in Men?

Do Immune-Based Cancer Drugs Work Better in Men?

Women are two times more likely than men to die after receiving a combination of cancer immunotherapy drugs called checkpoint inhibitors, but it's not clear if that difference is due to side effects or because the treatment isn't working, researchers say.

This new class of highly targeted drugs — which includes pembrolizumab (Keytruda),...

  • Ernie Mundell and Robert Preidt HealthDay Reporters
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  • December 3, 2021
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AHA News: Teen With Three Heart Conditions Aims to Become a Pediatric Cardiologist

AHA News: Teen With Three Heart Conditions Aims to Become a Pediatric Cardiologist

In second grade, Emily Meister was performing as Gretl Von Trapp in the local high school production of "The Sound of Music" when she felt her heart beating unusually fast. She also sensed pressure in her chest.

The youngster from Wichita, Kansas, had consumed an energy drink to stay awake for the late-night show. Her physician suggested t...

  • American Heart Association News
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  • December 3, 2021
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