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Could Your Office Job Rob You of Vitamin D?

Study finds most indoor workers get too little of the 'sunshine vitamin'



Health Tip: Want Healthier Lungs?

Here's what you can do


Lifestyle Changes Might Prevent or Slow Dementia

The public should be aware of this encouraging research, expert says


Secondhand Smoke Still Plagues Some Cancer Survivors

Study found they face health risks from continued exposure


Tips to Curb Nighttime Eating

Don't undo a day of dieting with late snacks


Too Few Women, Docs Understand Dangers of Heart Disease

It kills more than all cancers combined, but study says many overlook the risk


Depressed Back Pain Patients Often Get Opioids

Study finds they are also more apt to get higher doses of the highly addictive painkillers


Head Position May Not Affect Outcome After Stroke

International study suggests patients will do as well sitting up as following doctor's orders to lie on their backs


Posture Pointers for Computer Jockeys

How to overcome that deskside slump


Rogue Genes May Cause Some ALS Cases

Most people with Lou Gehrig's disease have no known family history of it


Suicide Risk Especially High for U.S. Farmers

Other occupations have lower rates, study says


Cocaine, Other Drugs Detected in Carrie Fisher's System After Her Death

Actress died in December after cardiac arrest; experts say drug abuse can weaken the heart


Health Highlights: June 20, 2017
  • Rawhide Dog Chew Products Recalled


Health Tip: Make a Bright, Healthy Plate

Suggestions for adding color to meals


Health Tip: Why Is My Skin Dry?

Here's what might be to blame


Many Americans May Be Taking Too Much Vitamin D

Study finds more people are exceeding the upper daily limit of what is considered safe


Study Hints at Link Between Some Statins, Parkinson's Risk

But the connection was only seen with certain types of the cholesterol-lowering drugs


Vaccine Curbs High Cholesterol in Mice

Cardiologists call the results 'exciting,' but stress that only research in humans can confirm the findings


When Is Risk Highest for Women With Breast Cancer Gene Mutations?

Study narrows down peak times, possibly aiding in preventive treatment decisions

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