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1 Patients, doctors recording visits at increasing rate
2 Study: Fewer U.S. teens having sex, most using birth control
3 Regular bedtime may be a key to better health
4 WHO: Alcohol a factor in one in 20 deaths worldwide
5 Mouth bacteria in toddlers may predict obesity, study says
6 Poor contact hygiene may lead to blinding infection
7 Researchers ID compounds that could help stop malaria
8 Squeezing pimples could make acne worse
9 Online, in person diabetes programs equally effective for weight loss
10 Pumped breast milk not as good for baby's weight, study says
11 Barriers to screening mean later mammograms for minority women
12 Gene therapy may be effective against mitochondrial diseases
13 Shorter people may duck risk of varicose veins
14 Minimally invasive procedure for valve problems reduces heart failure risk
15 Most people with cancer risk genes have no idea
16 Gender 'nonconformity' takes mental toll on teens
17 Booster shots safe for most kids who have vaccine reaction: Study
18 Children of mothers who smoke marijuana may try it sooner
19 Light exercise can immediately boost memory, study says
20 Lyrica ineffective for chronic pain from traumatic nerve injury
21 Earliest Alzheimer's warning could come from blood-brain barrier
22 Genetic technique reverses autism's sensory impairment in mice
23 Study: Infants' jaundice treatment may increase risk of developing epilepsy
24 Surgery, radiation combo improves prostate cancer survival
25 Antibiotics can cure appendicitis for some, preventing need for surgery
26 Some drugs, supplements taken together can pose health risk
27 Scientists developing blood test for drowsy driving
28 Breast cancer treatment adherence rates vary by race
29 Genes may control difficulty to stop drinking
30 Health insurance companies are prime targets for hackers
31 CDC: Number of infants born with syphilis highest in 20 years
32 Cancer-related gene associations often reclassified, study says
33 Wide disparity in cardiac arrest survival rates seen between EMS agencies
34 Experimental TB vaccine may prevent half of full-blown illnesses
35 Exercise may delay rare form of Alzheimer's disease
36 Women who breastfeed longer more likely to have more children
37 Aspirin could play key role in treating some cancers
38 Antibody combo may control HIV without daily pills
39 Alzheimer's disease care can cost up to $200k for two years
40 Most people unsure if they have genetic risk for cancer
41 Breast milk may boost brain development in premature babies
42 How a sleeping cancer awakens and metastasizes
43 Vampire bats found to carry infectious bacteria at high rates
44 Therapy applied directly inside the eye best for treating uveitic macular edema
45 Scientists uncover why very few of the many mutated cells in our skin go on to eventually form cancer
46 Researchers find how natural killer cells regulate protective HIV antibodies
47 The warm glow of kindness is real, study confirms
48 Can we teach heart cells to grow up?
49 A call to clear up the definition of 'mesenchymal stem cells'
50 Psychologists define the 'dark core of personality'
51 Vaccine, anti-PD1 drug show promise against incurable HPV-related cancers
52 Bolstering the liver's immune response to fight off malaria infection
53 Medical-records study links dementia-related brain changes to hospital stays for critical illness
54 Tiger mosquitoes are capable of transmitting yellow fever
55 Discovery links DNA-packaging proteins and cancer development
56 In California, 2 in 3 kids fail to meet exercise standards, according to study
57 Early Parkinson's patients waiting too long to seek medical evaluation
58 Limiting children's recreational screen time to less than two hours a day linked to better cognition
59 Analysis assesses current end-of-life care treatment for stem-cell transplant patients
60 Breaking the link between obesity, gastrointestinal cancers
61 People can die from giving up the fight
62 Bariatric surgery linked to safer childbirth for the mother
63 New allergy vaccine for hay fever shows promising results
64 Educating the next generation of medical professionals with machine learning is essential
65 Enhanced rehab for stroke doubles movement recovery
66 Virtual reality motion sickness may be predicted and counteracted
67 Fecal microbiota transplantation helps restore beneficial bacteria in cancer patients
68 80,000 people died of flu last winter in US
69 Newer contraceptive pills linked to reduced ovarian cancer risk in young women
70 Understanding antibiotic resistance in patients with cystic fibrosis
71 Wearable defibrillator lowers sudden cardiac death, but only when you wear it
72 Heading a soccer ball found to be riskier for female players
73 Having hospital palliative care doesn't impact Tx intensity
74 Single agent treats two cancers with same genetic cause
75 Time to defib not linked to survival in pediatric IHCA
76 Grip strength tied to pulmonary function in older women
77 Practices should set rules for staff social media use
78 New study hints at potential antibiotic breakthrough
79 Guidelines updated for adult congenital heart disease
80 New gene variants associated with chronic back pain
81 Q&A: Treatment with medical cannabis
82 Managing congenital adrenal hyperplasia requires shared decisions among patients, families, and healthcare professionals
83 Confused about the term 'soy milk'? FDA wants to know
84 Non-small cell lung cancer patients see improved survival with durvalumab
85 DNA vaccine targets family of tumor antigens and shows promise for cancer immunotherapy
86 Genetic analyses hone risk prediction for coronary disease
87 Crash diets are highly effective--new evidence
88 Ledumahadi mafube--South Africa's new jurassic giant
89 Neanderthals were no brutes--research reveals they may have been precision workers
90 Your Facebook friends don't mean it, but they're likely hurting you daily: study
91 Researchers add surprising finds to the fossil record
92 Analysis of billions of Twitter words reveals how American English develops
93 Scientists crunch social media data to explain how communities affect friendships
94 Study shows divorces rates rise when people have more potential mates to choose from
95 Study reveals patterns in STEM grades of girls versus boys
96 Schoolyard tree cover predicts math performance in high-poverty urban schools
97 Violence in pre-Columbian Panama exaggerated, new study shows
98 Chinese Cretaceous fossil highlights avian evolution
99 Ancient mice discovered by climate cavers
100 The first predators and their self-repairing teeth
101 What makes a mammal a mammal? Our spine, say scientists
102 Fat from 558 million years ago reveals earliest known animal
103 Nomadic hunter-gatherers show that cooperation is flexible, not fixed
104 Research finds Aboriginals lived in Western Desert 50,000 years ago
105 Data reveals big picture of the French 2017 presidential election: Social media, fake news, and political communities
106 Outside competition breeds more trust among coworkers
107 When refugees are barred from working, long-term integration suffers
108 Study finds people flock, or behave similarly to others, despite reasoning abilities
109 Oldest-known aquatic reptiles probably spent time on land
110 Research shows SE Asian population boom 4,000 years ago
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