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Is your voice being heard? Small Cell Lung Cancer Survey

New ways to voice your opinions and experiences are emerging. We are currently seeking insights from patients with small cell lung cancer.

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How much do you know about Alzheimer's dementia?

Discover some common early symptoms and signs of Alzheimer's dementia

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Could a vaccine be used to help prevent type 1 diabetes?

Finnish clinical trials to study enterovirus vaccine, to see if it may help prevent type 1 diabetes

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Could multiple sclerosis be on the rise?

Researchers need to learn more about the number of people with multiple sclerosis

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Researchers believe there may be 5 types of diabetes

Could a more personalized treatment plan be needed?

Lupus Unmet Needs

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Meeting the unmet needs of SLE

Shaping the future — working to advance the development of biologic therapies

Multiple Sclerosis Unmet Needs

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Meeting the changing unmet needs of multiple sclerosis

Moving from preventing relapse to reducing disability

Diabetes Unmet Needs

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Type 2 diabetes management: more to come in an already busy arena

Exploring new mechanisms of action and a patient-centered approach

Can we get ahead of Alzheimer's disease

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Can we get ahead of Alzheimer's disease?

Potential blood test may help doctors detect Alzheimer’s disease before the damage is done

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Could a new approach for treating lupus be under way?

An antibiotic or vaccine aimed at a gut bacterium suppresses lupus-like autoimmunity in mice

NASH drug treatment

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Drug treatment for NASH may soon become a reality

Pharmaceutical companies are rushing to fill the NASH treatment gap

NASH diet and exercise

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Diet and exercise – the cornerstone of NASH disease management

Losing excess weight together with an active lifestyle remains the best way to help NASH patients

Lack of sleep linked to Alzheimer's

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Could a lack of sleep be linked to Alzheimer's disease?

Clinical trials find possible link between sleep disorders and dementia

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Health Tip: Help Create a Healthy Community

Where you choose to live can affect your health.<...

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How Puzzles, Games Might Help Your Aging Brain

Those Sunday crossword puzzles may not prevent th...

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Opioids Exact Another Toll on Newborns: Smaller Heads

Infants born addicted to opioids may be more like...

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Put Some Healthful Into Holiday Eating

You can eat a healthful diet during the holidays...

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Break a Sweat Over the Holidays, but Do It Safely

It's great to get exercise during the holidays, a...

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Too Much Salt Might Help Spur A-Fib

A high-salt diet could raise your risk for a comm...

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More Illnesses From Tainted Romaine Lettuce Reported

Nine more people have been sickened by E. coli in...

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More Blood Pressure Meds Recalled Due to Carcinogen

Over the past few months, numerous recalls of the...

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Better Economy Could Mean Worse Nursing Home Care

In a good economy, the care at U.S. nursing homes...

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Healthy Lifestyle Lowers Odds of Breast Cancer's Return

There's more evidence that when a survivor of ear...

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Are Kids' Playgrounds Really Safe?

The numbers are alarming.

According to U.S...

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Health Highlights: Dec. 7, 2018

Ebola Spreads to Large City in Congo Whole Grain-Rules for School Lunches Rolled Back by Trump Administration Study That Targeted "Joy of Cooking" Retracted by Journal Excess Body Fat May Increase Older Women's Breast Cancer Risk: Study

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Safety First When Running Outdoors

Between the fresh air and the interesting scenery...

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Tamoxifen and Breast Cancer Treatment

Low-dose Tamoxifen lowers the risk of breast cancer development and recurrence in women with noninvasive breast conditions.

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Health Tip: Improve Your Sleep Habits

Sleep is a complex biological process that helps...

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Health Tip: Understanding Bottlemouth Syndrome

Bottlemouth syndrome is a form of tooth decay tha...

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Obesity May Be Driving Rise in Uterine Cancers

Cases of uterine cancer are charting a slow but s...

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Smokers Who Roll Their Own Less Likely to Quit

Smokers who roll their own cigarettes are less li...

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HIV Strikes Black Gay Men More, Despite Safer Behaviors

Young black gay men are 16 times more likely to h...

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Kidney Disease Claiming More Lives

Although fewer Americans are dying from heart dis...

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Make Those School Lunches More Nutritious

Brown-bag lunches give you control over what you...

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Rethinking Where You Shop for Food

A change as simple as where you do most of your f...

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Another Plus to Cardiac Rehab: Better Sex

Heart patients taking part in cardiac rehabilitat...

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Chemical exposure and puberty

Girls exposed to chemicals commonly used in household products may enter puberty earlier.

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Health Highlights: Dec. 6, 2018

Staff at N.J. Facility Where 11 Children Died Did Not Follow Sanitation Procedures Worldwide Search For Donors to Help Girl With Rare Blood Type

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Health Tip: Before You Get Help for Stuttering

Different speech therapists have differing approa...

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Health Tip: What to Do If You Suspect a Concussion

A concussion is a type of traumatic brain injury...

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Too Much Time in the Sun? Skin Patch Might Tell

A new mint-sized, battery-free patch that alerts...

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Botox May Help Prevent Post-Op A-Fib

Botox has other uses beyond enhancing lips and mi...

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FDA Warns of Rare Stroke Risk With MS Drug

A new warning has been added to the multiple scle...

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An App, Your Fingernail -- and Anemia Screening Is Done

Checking for low hemoglobin in the blood -- other...

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AHA: How to Stop Smoking … for Good

Nobody knows who first said, "To succeed, you fir...

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Opioids Plus Other Drugs a Deadly Mix for Heavy Users

One in four long-term users of opioid painkillers...

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New Chlamydia Test Offers Rapid Results

A new test for chlamydia can provide results with...

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More Green Space May Mean a Healthier Heart

Living in a neighborhood with lots of greenery ju...

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As Gun Violence Grows, U.S. Life Expectancy Drops

Rising rates of gun-related deaths from violence...

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Tip the Scale in Your Favor

Whether you track your diet efforts on paper or w...

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Some Uncanny Facts About Canned Foods

With so much emphasis on fresh, farm-to-table foo...

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Health Highlights: Dec. 5, 2018

Too Much Sleep May Bring Higher Risk of Heart Disease, Death: Study Rapid Test for Cancer Developed by Researchers New Drug Treats Dogs Scared by Loud Noises More Raw Beef Recalled Due to Salmonella: USDA

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Eczema Risks

More adults are being diagnosed with eczema.

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Health Tip: Create a Reading-Friendly Home

If you fill your home with plenty of reading mate...

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Health Tip: Manage Pain With Opioids

Pain is the number one reason for why people visi...

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Gene Therapy for Sickle Cell Takes Another Step Forward

A new gene therapy shows early promise against si...

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Are You a Victim of 'Clean Plate' Syndrome?

If your belly is full from a delicious holiday fe...

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Toxic Amounts of Vitamin D Spur Dog Food Recall

Eight brands of dry dog food have been recalled b...

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Rough Neighborhood, Worse Epilepsy?

Living in a high-crime neighborhood may make epil...

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Few Americans Have Optimal 'Metabolic Health'

Only about one in eight American adults has what...

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Make Nice With Rice to Boost Your Diet

If you love rice, you might be wondering how you...

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Mental Health and College Students

There's an adjustment period for almost every new...

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Most Americans Lie to Their Doctors

As many as 4 out of 5 Americans withhold importan...

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Health Highlights: Dec. 4, 2018

New Drug Treats Dogs Scared by Loud Noises More Raw Beef Recalled Due to Salmonella: USDA Cases of Polio-Like Illness Now at 134, But Season May Have Peaked

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Are You 100% Honest With Your Doctor?

The majority of adults fib to their doctors about diet, exercise and more.

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Health Tip: What Causes Memory Loss?

Mild memory issues are common from time to time,...

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Health Tip: If You Feel Faint

Typical symptoms of feeling faint include feeling...

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1 in 10 Will Develop Eczema in Their Lifetime

About 10 percent of people will suffer from the i...

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Another Tally Puts Autism Cases at 1 in 40

Yet another study reveals that autism is far more...

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Even Wisdom Tooth Removal May Spur Opioid Addiction

Teens and young adults who are prescribed opioid...

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Brexit Had Brits Turning to Antidepressants: Study

An increase in prescriptions for antidepressants...

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Some Types of Epilepsy Pose More Risks During Pregnancy

Women with frontal lobe epilepsy are much more li...

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Marathons Can Tax Amateurs' Hearts

While completing a full marathon is a goal for ma...

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Is All Well With Your Drinking Water?

More than 15 million homes in the United States g...

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Are You Married to Bickering?

If you bicker a lot with your spouse, it could be...

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Health Highlights: Dec. 3, 2018

Cases of Polio-Like Illness Now at 134, But Season May Have Peaked Too Much Meat At Climate Conference: Environmental Groups

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Health Tip: Common Symptoms of Diabetes

Millions of people in America have diabetes, the...

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Health Tip: Risk Factors For AFib

Atrial fibrillation (AFib) is an irregular heartb...

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Sudden Death Risk in Epilepsy Can Wane Over Time

The risk of sudden unexpected death in people wit...

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Depression Is a Risk for Teens, Adults With Epilepsy

Teens and adults with epilepsy are at increased r...

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Former President George H.W. Bush Dies at 94

The 41st President of the United States, George H...

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Untangling the Ties Between Troubled Teens and Pot Use

Teens with behavioral problems are more likely th...

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An Abusive Partner May Worsen Menopause Symptoms

Emotional abuse may add to the woes of menopause,...

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Vaporized Pot Means a Higher High

A smokeless method of vaporizing and then inhalin...

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Smoking Relapse Less Likely Among Vapers: Study

Smokers who switch to vaping can have the occasio...

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Fetal Kicks May Help Babies Understand Their Bodies

When unborn babies kick in the womb, they may be...

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