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How Processed Foods May Make You Eat More

May 20, 2019 , Forbes
This NIH study showed that the added sugar, salt, fat, and calories may not be the only things to worry...
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Exploring The Link Between Inflammation And Depression: Study Suggests Women Are Affected The Most

May 19, 2019 , Forbes
More research is revealing a close connection between the body's inflammatory response and depression. A new study adds another dimension, finding women may be affected more severely by the connection than...
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For Women With HIV, Life Can Hurt Fight for Health

May 18, 2019 , WebMD
The study of nearly 2,000 HIV-positive women in Washington, D.C., New York, Chicago and San Francisco who have been followed since 1994 found that many have been able to control their HIV levels, off and...
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Short-term plans have little adverse effect on insurance market: study

May 18, 2019 , Healthcare Business News
Although a federal boost to short-term insurance plans raised alarm among hospital advocates, early evidence suggests there has been little adverse impact on the individual-insurance...
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Eating Chips, Other Ultra-Processed Foods Sets Off ‘Hunger Hormones,’ Rapid Weight Gain, Study Finds

May 18, 2019 , Kaiser Health News
More than half of the calories consumed in Americans' diets are made up ultra-processed foods, packaged or fast foods that contain added sugars, refined carbohydrates, industrial oils and sodium. Research published Thursday in Cell Metabolism links those eating patterns to the obesity epidemic. In other public health news: measles, birthrates, mental health claims, knitting therapy, cancer apps, crowded ERs and cystic fibrosis....
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More U.S. mothers diagnosed with depression at childbirth

May 18, 2019 , Reuters
Growing numbers of new mothers are being diagnosed with depression before they leave the hospital with their newborns, according to a U.S. study that suggests screening women at childbirth could help get treatment for those who need it....
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Diets High in Processed Foods a Recipe for Obesity

May 18, 2019 , WebMD
Study found people who ate predominantly processed foods were more likely to gain...
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Colon Cancer Increasingly Striking the Young

May 18, 2019 , WebMD
Among twenty-somethings, colon cancer cases rose by 18% a year in Denmark and 11%  in Norway, according to the study published May 16 in The Lancet Gastroenterology &...
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AHA News: Study Finds Higher Risk of Stroke-Linked Plaque in Men, Possible Test for Women

May 18, 2019 , MedicineNet
Title: AHA News: Study Finds Higher Risk of Stroke-Linked Plaque in Men, Possible Test for WomenCategory: Health NewsCreated: 5/16/2019 12:00:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 5/17/2019 12:00:00...
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Over-processed foods add 500 calories to your diet every day, causing weight gain

May 18, 2019 , CNN Health
Less expensive, easier to prepare ultra-processed foods can make you fat, a new study says....
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Suicide rates in girls are rising, study finds, especially in those age 10 to 14

May 18, 2019 , CNN Health
Suicide rates for young girls are rising at a pace faster than that of boys, changing the established patterns that boys are more likely to die by suicide and that girls are more likely to consider it and attempt it, according to a new study....
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Too much screen time tied to school problems even in little kids

May 18, 2019 , Reuters
(Reuters Health) - Kindergarteners who get more than two hours of screen time a day may be more likely to have behavior and attention problems in school than their classmates who spend less time in front of televisions, smartphones and tablets, a Canadian study suggests....
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It's not just soda: Drinking too much fruit juice (or any sugary drink) linked to premature death risk

May 18, 2019 , CNN Health
Many sugar-sweetened beverages have little to no nutritional value and lots of calories, and their harmful health effects have been well-documented. Now, a study links drinking too many sugary beverages -- and even 100% natural fruit juices -- to an increased risk of early death....
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Smokers have higher risk for multiple strokes

May 18, 2019 , Reuters
(Reuters Health) - Smokers who have a stroke are much more likely to have another one if they don't quit or at least cut back, a Chinese study suggests....
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DOJ steps in on Oscar Health vs. Florida Blue, Spire Health launching COPD study and more digital health news briefs

May 17, 2019 dave.muoio@himssmedia.com (Dave Muoio), Mobile Health News
Also: Tweeted images could suggest troubled users; Exercise apps could aid recovering cancer...
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Curbing a Skin Oil Might Help Curb Acne, Study Suggests

May 17, 2019 , MedicineNet
Title: Curbing a Skin Oil Might Help Curb Acne, Study SuggestsCategory: Health NewsCreated: 5/15/2019 12:00:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 5/16/2019 12:00:00...
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Disclosure Law Has Improved Nurse Staffing In New Jersey, Rutgers Study Finds

May 17, 2019 , NewsLine - Healthcare Professionals
A New Jersey law requiring hospitals and nursing homes to publicly report the number of patients per nurse has led to better nurse staffing ratios, a Rutgers study found. The study, in the journal Policy, Politics, & Nursing Practice, is the first to evaluate the effectiveness of the public reporti......
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What's Causing Your Vertigo? Goggles May Help With Diagnosis

May 17, 2019 , NewsLine - Healthcare Professionals
Vertigo is a form of severe dizziness that can result in a loss of balance, a feeling of falling, trouble walking or standing, or nausea. There is more than one type of vertigo, each with a different cause, and sometimes requiring different treatment. Now a proof-of-concept study has found that spec......
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Feeling Healthy: A Good Start, But Not Always A Good Indicator Of Heart Disease Risk

May 17, 2019 , NewsLine - Healthcare Professionals
Most people feel they have a general idea of how healthy they are based on their diet and exercise regimen and how often they get sick. But a new study by Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers adds to evidence that how healthy people think they are isn’t always an accurate indicator of their risk for c......
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A New Way Of Diagnosing And Treating Disease -- Without Cutting Skin

May 17, 2019 , NewsLine - Healthcare Professionals
The researchers describe the technology in a study published today in Science Advances. "Our technology allows us to scan tissue quickly, and when we see a suspicious or abnormal cell structure, we can perform ultra-precise surgery and selectively treat the unwanted or diseased structure within the......
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