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hits to the head concussion cte
18
Jan
2018

It Doesn’t Take A Concussion To Cause CTE

Important news for anyone who plays sports: a new study suggests that repeated hits to the head likely cause CTE, whether a concussion was involved or not.


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should you drink raw water
11
Jan
2018

Should You Drink So-Called “Raw” Water?

A new, misguided fad is luring some people into drinking so-called “raw” water. Find out why this is dangerous and a terrible idea for your health.


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are skin fillers safe
22
Dec
2017

Are Cosmetic Skin Fillers Safe?

Cosmetic skin fillers like Botox are more popular than ever — especially in Los Angeles. But are the products and the process safe?


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what's wrong with healthcare costs
27
Oct
2017

What’s Wrong With Healthcare: Cost, Or Coverage?

Blaming the problems in American healthcare solely on issues of coverage is missing the point. Costs of healthcare services have spiraled out of control.


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cvs limits opioid prescriptions
22
Sep
2017

Pharmacy Giant CVS Limits Opioid Prescriptions To 7 Days

In an effort to stem America’s opioid emergency, pharmacy giant CVS has announced it will limit opioid prescriptions to 7 days.


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height and blood clot risk
09
Sep
2017

Your Height Might Affect Your Blood Clot Risk

A new study published this week finds a surprising indicator of blood clot risk: your height. Here’s what you should know.


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second chance cancer drug
14
Jul
2017

Second Chance Cancer Drug Targets Gene Therapy

An incredible new cancer drug uses gene therapy to give a second chance to cancer patients whose first line of treatment failed. It’s the first gene therapy drug ever to hit the market.


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intermittent fasting
04
May
2017

Does Intermittent Fasting Work For Weight Loss?

Intermittent fasting has arisen as a popular alternative to calorie restriction in dieters seeking to lose weight. But what is it exactly, and does it work?


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america health care spending
16
Mar
2017

In America, Spending on Healthcare Is Only Growing

In the United States, spending on healthcare is growing — and outpacing both Medicare and Medicaid.


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google deepmind
13
Mar
2017

Google’s DeepMind AI Will Track Patient Data in Real-Time

Google’s DeepMind AI has the potential to leverage Bitcoin technology to track patient data as it develops and revolutionize patient care forever.


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