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Health News for 10/01/14

October 1, 2014

'High-Intensity' Hospitals Save More Elderly After Surgery: Study

Hospitals that pull out all the stops to rescue surgical patients in crisis are slightly better at saving lives, but the cost of such heroism is questionable, a new study suggests.
Living Near a Highway May Be Bad for Your Blood Pressure

Living close to a major highway may raise your risk for high blood pressure, a new study suggests.
Jealous, Moody Women May Face Higher Alzheimer's Risk, Study Says

Middle-aged women with a neurotic personality style and prolonged stress may have a heightened risk of developing Alzheimer's disease, new research suggests.
CDC Monitoring Those Who Had Contact With Ebola Patient

Federal health officials are monitoring up to 18 people who were exposed to the man being treated at a Dallas hospital for the first confirmed case of Ebola in the United States.
Genes May Make Some More Prone to Heart Disease When Under Stress

Genes may interact with stress to trigger heart disease in some people, a new study suggests.
Could a Fading Sense of Smell Point to Earlier Death?

Older adults who have trouble smelling the roses -- literally -- may face an increased risk of dying in the next several years, new research suggests.
New Clues to How Colds Can Spur Asthma Attacks

Scientists have pinpointed a molecule that may trigger potentially life-threatening asthma attacks brought on by colds.
Oncologists' Group Calls for Measures to Curb Obesity-Related Cancers

Immediate steps need to be taken to slow the rise of obesity-related cancers in the United States, a group of cancer specialists says.
A Little Booze Does Get Men Smiling, Study Confirms

In perhaps one of the happiest studies ever conducted, scientists confirm what many partygoers know: Just add booze and groups of men start smiling.
Experimental Cervical Cancer Vaccine Looks Promising in Trial

An experimental vaccine meant to protect against nine types of human papillomavirus (HPV) could prevent 90 percent of all cervical cancers, a new study suggests.
Preterm Birth, Pneumonia Leading Causes of Death for Children Under 5

Nearly 2 million children younger than 5 died worldwide in 2013 of complications from premature birth and pneumonia, a new study shows.
Healthy Lifestyle Before Pregnancy May Cut Gestational Diabetes Risk

Healthy lifestyle habits could prevent about half of all diabetes cases that develop during pregnancy, a new study finds.
Health Highlights: Oct. 1, 2014

Here are some of the latest health and medical news developments, compiled by the editors of HealthDay:
Health Tip: Help Prevent Acne Scars

Proper skin care can minimize acne and help prevent scarring.
Health Tip: Plan Ahead for Healthy Dinners

It can be difficult to find the time, energy and motivation to put together a healthy family dinner every night of the week.
Gene Study Finds No Proof Vitamin D Guards Against Type 2 Diabetes

There's no genetic evidence that high levels of vitamin D can prevent type 2 diabetes, a new study says.
CDC Confirms First Patient Diagnosed With Ebola in United States

The first confirmed case of Ebola has surfaced in the United States, involving a man who recently flew here from Liberia, federal health officials announced late Tuesday.
Head Injuries May Raise Chances of Risky Behavior by Teens

Teenagers who have experienced a traumatic brain injury are much more likely to engage in a wide range of risky behaviors, Canadian researchers report.
Spacing Between Sibling Births Tied to Autism Risk in Study

Children conceived either less than one year or more than five years after the birth of a sibling could be at increased risk for autism, a new study suggests.

 

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