PTSD may double risk of dementia

PTSD may double risk of dementia

People who have experienced post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are up to twice as likely to devel...
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Biologic therapy for psoriasis may reduce heart disease

Biologic therapy for psoriasis may reduce heart disease

Patients with psoriasis treated with biologic ther...
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COVID-19 stress may be hard to beat, even with exercise

COVID-19 stress may be hard to beat, even with exercise

Exercise has been shown to reduce anxiety and stre...
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New theory suggests autism may not be tied to mindblindness

New theory suggests autism may not be tied to mindblindness

Tracking the extent to which other people think di...
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Children with no COVID-19 symptoms may shed virus for weeks

Children with no COVID-19 symptoms may shed virus for weeks

New research suggests that children can shed SARS-...
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Misfiring brain cells may cause swallowing woes in children with developmental disorders

Misfiring brain cells may cause swallowing woes in children with developmental disorders

Misfiring brain cells that control key parts of th...
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Anorexia may stunt young women’s growth

Anorexia may stunt young women’s growth

Girls with anorexia nervosa can have stunted growt...
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Short video may lower parent interest in antibiotics for child

Short video may lower parent interest in antibiotics for child

(HealthDay)—A 90-second animated video can reduc...
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Gender gaps in surgical specialties may take decades to close

Gender gaps in surgical specialties may take decades to close

Women compose half of the entering classes of medi...
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Antioxidant-rich foods like black tea, chocolate, and berries may increase risk for certain cancers, new study finds

Antioxidant-rich foods like black tea, chocolate, and berries may increase risk for certain cancers, new study finds

It is a fact that has long baffled doctors: Cancer...
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