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    Taking 7,000 Steps a Day May Be the Key to Living Longer
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    FDA Approves Trudhesa Nasal Spray to Treat Migraines
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    Is Meditation the New Therapy?
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    Facing Restrictions, Texas Abortion Clinic Turns Patients Away
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    Being Diagnosed with Lyme Disease Can Take a Toll on Mental Health, Study Finds
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    Why Aren't STD Screening Guidelines the Same For Men and Women?
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    Experts Say You Really Need a Flu Shot This Year
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    Study: More Free Time Won’t Always Make You Happier
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    Researchers Call for Antiracist Approach to Address Disparities In Overdose Deaths
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    More Young People Are Using Weed to Cope With Social Isolation and Anxiety
    Justice Department sues Texas over abortion ban.
    Department of Justice Asks Judge to Block Enforcement of Texas Abortion Ban
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    20 Years Later, 9/11 First Responders Face Long-Term Lung Conditions
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    FDA Stalls In Decision to Completely Ban Vapes
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    Flavonoid-Rich Foods Could Improve Gut Health and Reduce Blood Pressure, Study Finds
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    Fewer Domestic Violence Police Reports During Lockdown Don’t Tell the Whole Story
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    This OB-GYN Is Using TikTok to Educate People on Abortion Resources
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    Mental Health Care Needs to Adapt to Climate Change
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    ‘Flooding Can Happen Anywhere’: Here’s How to Stay Safe
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    Experts Establish International Criteria for Type 2 Diabetes Remission
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    Autistic People Raise Concerns About Spectrum 10K Study
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    Ask an Expert: What Pandemic Lessons Can Be Applied to the Climate Crisis?
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    Are Pumpkin Spice Lattes Actually Good For You?
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    What Does Prophylaxis Mean?
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    Thinking Leisure Is a 'Waste of Time' Can Worsen Your Mental Health
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    Texas OB-GYN Responds to State Abortion Ban
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    FDA Approves New Drug to Treat Lupus
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    In Low-Income Communities, Breast Cancer Screenings Declined During Pandemic
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    Study: Getting Sun During Pregnancy May Reduce Risk of Preterm Birth
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    Experts Advocate for Wider Use of Academic Medicine in Overdose Prevention
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    4 Dietician-Recommended Tips for a Fast and Nutritious Breakfast
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    More Vitamin D Could Lower Colorectal Cancer Risk in Women
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    Having Good Listeners Improves Your Brain Health as You Age
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    OnlyFans Suspends Explicit Content Ban, But Disabled Users Still Feel Betrayed
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    What Does Withdrawal Mean In Medicine?
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    U.S. Adults Should Begin Diabetes Screening at 35, Medical Panel Recommends
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    Eating More Walnuts Could Help You Live Longer
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    Letter From Jessica Shepherd, MD, New Chief Medical Officer of Verywell Health
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    Researchers Are Closer to Explaining How Ketamine Treats Depression
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    Legislators: The Country's Biggest Welfare Program Is Due for an Upgrade
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    Can 'WeThe15' Campaign Help Disabled People? The Disability Community Isn't So Sure
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    How to Support Your Child’s Return to in-Person Learning
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    FDA Approves GHB Drug, Xywav, to Treat Rare Sleeping Disorder
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    Study: Vitamin K May Help Keep Your Heart Healthy
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    Low-Cost Biosimilar Is Set to Disrupt the Drug Market
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    Despite Its Risk, the Brazilian Butt Lift Trend Is Here to Stay
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    These Researchers Want to Make MRIs More Comfortable With Virtual Reality
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    Word of the Week: Stenosis
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    Disabled Users Respond to Twitter's Redesign
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    Study Suggests Red and Processed Meat Be Limited in a Heart-Healthy Diet
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    Monthly Child Tax Credit Is Helping Families Buy Food and Pay Bills
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    Behind on Vaccinations? Gabrielle Union-Wade Wants You to Get Caught Up
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    Study: Keto Diet May Lead to Long-Term Health Risks
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    Study: Treatment From Female Doctors in the ER Led to Fewer Deaths
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    Study: White Americans Are Much More Likely to Spend Money on Health Care
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    Study: Online CBT for Depression Just as Effective as In-Person Treatment
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    Wondering What 'Public Health' Really Means? Leana Wen Is Here to Help
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    Olympic Diver Tom Daley's Knitting Habit Has Mental Health Benefits, Experts Say
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    Study: Tapering Opioid Prescriptions May Increase Risk of Overdose
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    Word of the Week: Metastatic
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    Laura Dern Wants You to Stop Vaping