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Heavier women may face higher cancer risks, study finds

Heavier women may face higher cancer risks, study finds  Medical XpressReport: Obesity linked to these 12 types of cancers, including breast and colorectal  USA TODAYObesity may make women more vulnerable to a host of cancers, especially if they gain weight quickly  Los Angeles TimesObesity Linked to 12 Types of Cancer in New Report  NewsweekFull coverage

Bug-Sprayed Clothing Really Does Keep Ticks Away

Bug-Sprayed Clothing Really Does Keep Ticks Away  GizmodoExpert Dispels Myths About Lyme Disease and Offers Tips for Prevention  Newswise (press release)Bug-borne disease monitoring project finds deer ticks on the rise in Midwest  Medical XpressFull coverage

Maryland health officials warn of possible measles exposure

Maryland health officials warn of possible measles exposure  Washington PostHealth officials confirm measles case in Maryland  Baltimore SunPerson Diagnosed With Measles Visits Dulles: Health Officials  Patch.comFull coverage

Brainstorm Health: FDA Benzocaine Warning, Wearable Sleep Tracking, Women and Lung Cancer

Brainstorm Health: FDA Benzocaine Warning, Wearable Sleep Tracking, Women and Lung Cancer  FortuneFDA warns teething medicines unsafe, wants them off shelves  Fox NewsFDA warns: Don't let your children sink their teeth into benzocaine  ABC NewsExample FDA letter regarding benzocaine  FDAFull coverage

Using a CPAP machine can improve sex lives for some, study says

Using a CPAP machine can improve sex lives for some, study says  CNNSnorers, could CPAP help your sex life, too?  Medical XpressClaxton-Hepburn Medical Center sleep lab promoting benefits for their 'National Better Sleep Month'  North Country NowFull coverage

Money helps smokers quit better than e-cigarettes, study finds

Money helps smokers quit better than e-cigarettes, study finds  CBS NewsMoney a better motivator to stop smoking than free e-cigs or quit aids  ReutersSmoking shock treatment failing to make people quit the habit, survey finds  ABC LocalFull coverage

'I got 13 good years.' With prostate cancer in his bones, here's his message for men.

'I got 13 good years.' With prostate cancer in his bones, here's his message for men.  Charlotte ObserverSalvage Cryoablation May Delay the Need for Hormone Therapy in Recurrent Prostate Cancer  Cancer NetworkPhototherapy Delays Radical Prostate Cancer Tx  MedPage TodayFull coverage

How Mussels In Seattle's Puget Sound Tested Positive For A 100-Year-Old Opioid

How Mussels In Seattle's Puget Sound Tested Positive For A 100-Year-Old Opioid  Tech TimesScientists discover opioids in mussels while testing water  WCVB BostonIn Seattle, scientists have detected opioids in mussels  WCPOFull coverage

New Ebola Tactics Raise Hope but May Sow Confusion

New Ebola Tactics Raise Hope but May Sow Confusion  New York TimesInfection alert after dying Ebola patients taken to Congo prayer meeting  ReutersCongo says confirmed Ebola cases have reached 30; 8 deaths  Deseret NewsFull coverage

7th food worker in eastern Kentucky county diagnosed with hepatitis A

7th food worker in eastern Kentucky county diagnosed with hepatitis A  WKYTHardest-Hit Counties to Receive More Hepatitis A Vaccines  U.S. News & World ReportState Health Commissioner Talks About Hepatitis A In Facebook Live  LEX18 Lexington KY NewsFull coverage

As The Planet Warms, We'll Be Having Rice With A Side Of CO2

As The Planet Warms, We'll Be Having Rice With A Side Of CO2  KUOW News and InformationFood for billions of people may become less nutritious due to climate change  New York Daily NewsHigher CO2 levels may lead to decreased nutrients in rice  InhabitatCarbon dioxide (CO2) levels this century will alter the protein, micronutrients, and vitamin content of rice grains with ...  Science AdvancesAs CO2 Levels Rise, Rice Becomes Less Nutritious  Scientific AmericanFull coverage

Sleeping in on the weekends can compensate for lack of sleep during the week, study suggests

Sleeping in on the weekends can compensate for lack of sleep during the week, study suggests  Washington PostThinking of sleeping in this weekend? It might help you live longer  STLtoday.comCan You Catch Up on Lost Sleep On the Weekends? Here's What Experts Think  TIMEWeekend lie-ins could help you avoid an early death, study says  The GuardianFull coverage

Why you should eat vegetarian?and not just because it's healthier

Why you should eat vegetarian?and not just because it's healthier  MarketWatchThe region prized for its healthy eating now has some of the most overweight kids in Europe  QuartzWhen it comes to kids, "There is no Mediterranean diet anymore."  TreehuggerFull coverage

Lung Disease in Women Getting Increased Scrutiny

Lung Disease in Women Getting Increased Scrutiny  MedPage TodayLung Cancer Rate Now Rising Faster in Young Women  WebMDLung cancer rates in younger white and Hispanic women surpass those of men  Washington PostYounger Women Are Now Getting Lung Cancer More Than Men And Experts Aren't Sure Why  BuzzFeed NewsFull coverage

Do kids need a different kind of sunscreen?

Do kids need a different kind of sunscreen?  fox8.comHow to Protect Your Child's Skin from the Sun  FOX40(HealthNewsDigest.com) - New Brunswick, NJ - May 24, 2018  HealthNewsDigest.comFull coverage

St. Jude: $100M for Children With Cancer Global Outreach

St. Jude: $100M for Children With Cancer Global Outreach  U.S. News & World ReportSt. Jude Children's Research Hospital expands international reach with St. Jude Global  EurekAlert (press release)St. Jude investing $100 million-plus to expand global reach  The Commercial AppealFull coverage

How the Keto Diet Helps Prevent Seizures: Gut Bacteria May Be Key

How the Keto Diet Helps Prevent Seizures: Gut Bacteria May Be Key  Live ScienceGut bacteria play key role in anti-seizure effects of ketogenic diet  Medical XpressGut Microbiome in Ketogenic Diet Protects against Epileptic Seizures  Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology NewsFull coverage

What makes for a healthy community?

What makes for a healthy community?  Medical XpressDoes Your Community Have These Happy Neighborhood Traits?  GizmodoCommunities with these things say they're healthier and happier  Futurity: Research NewsFull coverage

Low-Fat Diet Tied to Better Breast Cancer Survival

Low-Fat Diet Tied to Better Breast Cancer Survival  WebMDThis Kind of Diet May Lower the Risk of Dying from Breast Cancer  TIMELow-fat diet improves breast cancer survival  HealioFull coverage

AHA: Heart Disease a Hidden Threat to South Asians in US

AHA: Heart Disease a Hidden Threat to South Asians in US  HealthDaySouth Asians more likely to die from heart disease  ABC NewsSouth Asian-Americans at higher risk for heart disease and stroke  EurekAlert (press release)Full coverage