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October 24, 2014

Multiple Drug Use Raises Infection Risk for 'Swinging' Couples

Multiple drug use put couples who "swing" at increased risk for sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), a new study shows.
Teens Who Dine With Their Families May Be Slimmer Adults

For those teens who try to avoid spending time with their parents and siblings, new research suggests that sitting down for family meals might help them stay slim as adults.
Health Tip: When Your Child Needs to Lose Weight

If your child is overweight, be sure to teach him or her about the importance of a nutritious diet and regular exercise. You also should offer plenty of support and avoid pressuring your youngster.
Health Tip: Watch the Road on Halloween

On Halloween, excited trick-or-treaters can pose significant hazards for drivers, especially in residential areas.
Experts Predict 'Catastrophic' Ebola Epidemic in West Africa If Aid Delayed

A large influx of international aid is needed, and soon, if West Africa is to avoid tens of thousands of deaths from the widening Ebola crisis, a team of Yale University researchers predict.
Beware Claims That Activated Charcoal Can Cure Gut Troubles

A man who hoped to detoxify his body with a supplement known as activated charcoal may have instead triggered a case of the intestinal disorder known as colitis.
Study Finds Kidney Stones Linked to Weakened Bones

Kidney stone patients may be at increased risk for broken bones and may require treatment to protect their bone health, a new study suggests.
Disease Severity in One Eye May Predict Progression in the Other

The severity of age-related macular degeneration in one eye is associated with the risk of developing the disease and its progression in the other eye, a new study finds.
Gestational Diabetes May Influence Daughter's Weight Later

Daughters of women who developed gestational diabetes while pregnant may be at increased risk for being obese later in childhood, a new study suggests.
Gene Scan Helps Diagnose Mystery Disorders in Children

A new test that scans all of a person's genes to pinpoint a single mutation can help identify rare genetic disorders in children, a new study shows.
Airborne Transmission of Ebola Highly Unlikely, Experts Say

Riding a bus or an elevator full of sniffles, coughs and sneezes is one of the more unpleasant aspects of the flu season.
As Pot Use Rises, Teens' Grades May Fall: Study

Occasional marijuana use does not appear to affect teens' intelligence or school performance, but heavy marijuana use is associated with slightly lower exam scores, according to a new study.
'Exposure Therapy' May Relieve Prolonged Grief Disorder

Reliving the death of a loved one may help people with prolonged grief disorder, a new study suggests.
Nearly 1 in 3 U.S. Babies Delivered by C-Section, Study Finds

Cesarean delivery was the most common inpatient surgery in the United States in 2011 and was used in nearly one-third of all deliveries, research shows.
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