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Staying on top of guideline changes, treatment advancements, and medication recalls can help you stay healthy. Learn what the latest health and wellness news means for you.

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What TikTok's Pink Sauce Can Teach Us About Buying Food Online
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Glucerna Shakes Are One of Several Recalled Nutritional Beverages
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Heat Waves Might Increase Heart Attack Risk for People on These Medications
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This Cancer Drug Is Leading to Fewer MS Relapses
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Is Too Much Napping Bad For Your Health?
U.S. Declares Monkeypox Outbreak a Public Health Emergency
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How to Use the Abortion Pill
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Allergy Pills Can Help Manage Vertigo Symptoms, Study Finds
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Monkeypox Is a Public Health Emergency in Some States. What Does It Mean?
Monkeypox by the Numbers: August 11, 2022
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Here's Why You Can't Trust Food Expiration Dates
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What Does Atrophy Mean in Medicine?
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How Annie Murphy Became a Driving Force Behind On-Demand Birth Control
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New Evidence Confirms Genetic Link Between Gut Health and Alzheimer’s
Skittles Were Never Healthy. But They're Not Poisoning You
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You're Probably Better at Hydrating Than You Think
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How Dangerous Are Energy Drinks?
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Jif Peanut Butter's Salmonella Outbreak Has Ended Smoothly
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Word of the Week: Non-Invasive
Where Can You Live Your Healthiest Life?
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You Don't Have to Like Being Disabled to be Proud of It
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FDA Approves First Topical Treatment for Vitiligo
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Study Suggests ADHD Drugs Could Treat Alzheimer’s Symptoms
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Does One Dose of the Monkeypox Vaccine Offer Enough Protection?
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A New Non-Steroidal Psoriasis Cream Is Making Remission Possible
If Walking Is the Only Exercise You Do, Is That Enough to Stay Healthy?
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The Pandemic Made Antibiotics Less Effective
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Put Down That Salt Shaker. It Might Help You Live 2 Years Longer
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To Reduce Cancer Risk, Plant-Based Diets May Beat Keto
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A Monkeypox Patient Told Us How He Navigated Testing, Treatment, and Recovery
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Weekend Warriors May Reap the Same Health Benefits as People Who Exercise Daily
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What Is a Melasma Mustache and How Do I Get Rid of It?
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How to Enjoy Swimming Pools Without Getting Sick This Summer
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988 Is the New National Mental Health Hotline
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California Plans to Lower Insulin Prices by Making Its Own
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You May Not Need a 3D Mammogram
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Study: Flu Shots May Reduce the Risk of Alzheimer's Disease
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Word of the Week: Culture
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How Far Into a Pregnancy Can You Use the Abortion Pill?
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How Abortion Bans Impact the Transgender Community
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Are You at Risk of Skin Cancer? How to Determine When to See a Dermatologist
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How Much Sleep Do You Need For a Healthy Heart?
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Who Gets to Decide If a Food Is 'Ultra-Processed?'
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How Well Do Polio Vaccines Work?
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Word of the Week: Intractable
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Do You Live in an 'Exercise Desert'?
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Monkeypox Vaccines Are Headed to States. Will They Be Enough?
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What Are Trigger Laws and What Do They Mean For Abortion Rights?
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Is 'Septic Uterus' a Thing?
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The Queer Community's Mental Health Is Under Attack
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7 Things to Know About Your Reproductive Rights in a Post-Roe World
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4 Eye-Health-Promoting Foods to Eat During Cataract Awareness Month
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Emergency Contraception vs. Abortion Pills: What to Know Right Now
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Biden Plans to Cut Nicotine in Cigarettes to 'Non-addictive' Levels
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Word of the Week: Syndrome
Are Vitamins and Supplements a Waste of Money?
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Study Finds Slower Walking Could Be Linked to Dementia
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Why Does Birth Control Require a Prescription?
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Age 40 Is the Low Point for Getting Enough Sleep, Study Finds
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Study Highlights the Safest Supplements to Slow Age-Related Macular Degeneration

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