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Kids are bingeing on salt in packaged food, study finds
Teenagers ages 14 to 18 are consuming 55 percent more sodium than recommended, a new study found. 1
Elevated sodium levels can lead to problems like high blood pressure and heart disease. 1
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Spanish study shows coffee *still* good for your health | DW | 22.04.2021
They followed a group of 1567 people, aged 20 years and older, over an 18-year period. 1
Drinking up to one cup of coffee per day was associated with a 27% reduction in all-cause mortality compared to no consumption, while drinking more than one cup per day was associated with a 44% reduction in all-cause mortality. 1
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from Axios
The doctor's office of the future will have an AI listening in
If note-taking could become automated, it would likely be a huge help tooverworked medical professionals suffering from burnout after spending hours manually entering data at the end of their workdays. 1
The ability of current AI systems to accurately characterize human emotion in speech or facial expressions - without being contaminated by bias - is far from clear. 1
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These 5 Legit Hair Growth Serums Help Promote Fuller, Thicker Hair
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COVID's Outsized Impact on Asian Americans Is Being Ignored
Headlines, health experts and policy makers rarely talk about COVID and Asian American disparities.
Apple's Night Shift is no match for the complexities of sleep
Apple's Night Shift feature, which it says "may help you get a better night's sleep," doesn't appear to live up to its claim, according to new research.
'You know nothing other than it is either success or failure.' Parents of kids with cancer plead for research as kids fight rare cancers with treatments intended for adults.
When their toddler daughter Maddie was diagnosed with cancer in 2017, Scott and Pammy Kramer felt her care was in good hands.
They had a wonderful Chicago doctor who talked them through a path forward.
Grand Rounds: The battle against breast cancer
In the first installment of our new medical series, Grand Rounds, we look at breast cancer -- a disease that will affect one in eight women in their lifetime.
U.S. Backs Waiving International Patent Protections For COVID Vaccines
President Biden threw his support behind a World Trade Organization proposal that would waive intellectual property protections for COVID-19 vaccines - allowing countries to make their own vaccines.
The Pandemic Didn't Appear To Spur A Baby Boom, Rather A Bust
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released preliminary data on Wednesday showing the number of births in the U.S. has dropped to the lowest level since 1979.