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30 Jan

Legalizing Pot Does Not Make It a Gateway Drug to More Harmful Substances, Study Finds

Legalizing recreational marijuana does not cause adults to try other illicit drugs, nor does it lead to additional behavioral and financial problems, researchers find.

27 Jan

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The DASH Diet is highly recommended for overall health and heart disease prevention. Find out how it works.

Biden to Lift COVID Emergencies in May

Biden to Lift COVID Emergencies in May

The two COVID emergency measures declared by the White House at the start of the pandemic will end in May.

President Joe Biden informed Congress of the plan on Monday, as part of a statement opposing House Republicans’ plan to immediately end the protections.

“An abrupt end to the emergency declarations would create wide-ranging ...

  • Cara Murez HealthDay Reporter
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  • January 31, 2023
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Marriage Could Be a 'Buffer' Against Dementia

Marriage Could Be a 'Buffer' Against Dementia

Tying the knot is now tied to healthier aging brains: People who stay married for the long haul may gain some protection from dementia, a new study suggests.

Researchers found that compared with both divorced people and lifelong singles, older adults in a long-term marriage were less likely to develop dementia. Roughly 11% were diagnosed ...

  • Amy Norton HealthDay Reporter
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  • January 31, 2023
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Legalizing Marijuana Doesn't Raise Drug, Alcohol Abuse: Study

Legalizing Marijuana Doesn't Raise Drug, Alcohol Abuse: Study

Living in a U.S. state where recreational weed is legal does not appear to increase the average adult’s risk of succumbing to “reefer madness,” a new study of twins has determined.

An adult living in a “legal” state is not more likely to develop any sort of substance abuse disorder than their twin residing in a state where mariju...

  • Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter
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  • January 30, 2023
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Pandemic at a Tipping Point: WHO

Pandemic at a Tipping Point: WHO

The pandemic has reached a “transition point,” the World Health Organization (WHO) said Monday.

Still, that doesn’t mean the public health emergency of international concern (PHEIC) designation declared by the WHO in January 2020 is over yet.

The organization’s International Health Regulations Emergency Committee met last we...

  • Cara Murez HealthDay Reporter
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  • January 30, 2023
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Stuck in Traffic? Diesel Fumes May Be Harming Your Brain

Stuck in Traffic? Diesel Fumes May Be Harming Your Brain

If you find yourself stuck in a traffic jam and you start to feel fuzzy-headed, the diesel exhaust from the truck in front of you might be to blame.

New research found that just two hours of exposure to diesel exhaust impaired the brain’s functional connectivity, which can lower your ability to think and remember.

"We compared peo...

  • Steven Reinberg HealthDay Reporter
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  • January 30, 2023
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Smoking in Pregnancy Greatly Raises Odds for SIDS in Newborns

Smoking in Pregnancy Greatly Raises Odds for SIDS in Newborns

Infants exposed to maternal smoking during pregnancy are more than five times more likely to die unexpectedly compared to babies of nonsmokers, a new study says.

"The message is simple. Smoking greatly elevates the risk of sudden unexpected infant death," said lead study author Barbara Ostfeld, program director of the SIDS Center of N...

  • Cara Murez HealthDay Reporter
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  • January 30, 2023
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