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3 Simple Steps Might Reduce Opioid OD Deaths

First step: Don't give addicts a prescription for opioids or anti-anxiety medications, review recommends

Can an Aspirin a Day Keep a Pregnancy Complication Away?

Odds of preeclampsia dropped 62 percent for high-risk women who took a daily pill, study finds

Can You Recognize the Signs of Skin Cancer?

First step: Get to know your own skin markings, doctor says

Community Intervention May Aid Fight Against Childhood Obesity

Harvard study finds small successes in two Massachusetts-based programs

Electric Brain Stimulation No Better Than Meds For Depression: Study

Novel treatment may need to be tailored to each patient, mental health expert says

Getting Kids in the Habit of Healthy Eating

Try making good food fun at home

Health Tip: Manage Dry Mouth

If unchecked, it can lead to these complications

More Summer Sun Equals More Greenland Ice Melt: Study

U.K. researchers find cloud cover has been decreasing for 20 years

New Microscope Scans Breast Tumors During Surgery

The instrument examines cells in 3D and may cut down on repeat surgeries.

Poor Sleep May Worsen Suicidal Thoughts

Treating insomnia might help improve emotional well-being, researchers suggest

Popular Heartburn Meds Don't Raise Alzheimer's Risk: Study

New research debunks other studies suggesting that medications used to treat ulcers, reflux cause mental decline

Wider Smiles Aren't the Most Pleasing

Study finds showing too much teeth may be less attractive to the eye

6 Out of 7 Possible Concussions May Have Been Missed in 2014 World Cup

Players should be assessed using soccer group's international recommendations

Bye-Bye Flu Shot, Hello Patch?

Early results look promising for dissolvable microneedle vaccine

Consider Acupuncture for Incontinence, Not Certain Infertility Cases

Research yields mixed results for this traditional Chinese treatment

Could Shift Work Damage Your DNA?

Small study raises questions about daytime sleep and cell damage

E-Cigarettes Lead to 'Real' Smoking by Teens: Review

But one public health expert questions whether the reported association is valid

Elevated Protein Level Increases Blacks' Risk of Kidney Disease

Scientists find enhanced protein level is required to trigger the illness

Fewer Americans Hospitalized for Heart Failure

But blacks still face far greater odds than whites, study finds