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CDC believes that advanced screening for coronavirus, the risk of spread is still low

Posted at January 27, 2020

January 27 (UPI) – On Monday, representatives of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention admitted that they are considering new restrictions on travel... Read More

Diabetes Testing at Hairdressers Effectively Screening Black Men

Posted at January 27, 2020

January 27 (UPI) – Shaving, cutting and blood testing? In many communities, hairdressers found themselves effective way to reach people at high risk for... Read More

Teens who use joints, bongs, concentrates are more likely to continue to use the pot

Posted at January 24, 2020

January 24 (UPI) – According to a new analysis, teens who smoke cannabis with joints or bongs, or who use some potted concentrates, are... Read More

CDC reports two million new flu cases in the US last week

Posted at January 24, 2020

January 24 (UPI) – As concern over the outbreak of coronavirus continues to grow, the CDC announced Friday that more than 15 million Americans... Read More

The second case of coronavirus in Wuhan in the United States confirmed in Chicago

Posted at January 24, 2020

January 24 (UPI) – The second confirmed case of a new coronavirus in 2019 was detected in Chicago, representatives of the city administration and... Read More

Low doses of aspirin can reduce the risk of premature birth in new mothers

Posted at January 24, 2020

January 23 (UPI) – First-born mothers can reduce the risk of preterm birth by taking low-dose aspirin, according to a new study by researchers... Read More

According to the surgeon of the USA, electronic cigarettes do not help quit smoking

Posted at January 23, 2020

January 23 (UPI) – U.S. surgeon general Jerome Adams said e-cigarettes didn’t help quit smoking, but could make non-smokers start. On Thursday, Adams made... Read More

Research shows that one-third of food in American families is wasted

Posted at January 23, 2020

January 23 (UPI) – Americans may be guilty of ignoring the old axiom “don't waste, don't want to,” suggests a new analysis. In publications... Read More

Studies show that the expansion of Medicaid has improved health outcomes, an unclear effect on cost

Posted at January 23, 2020

January 23 (UPI) – Expand it and they will come – and, with reforms eligible for Medicaid, they can become healthier. Studies published last... Read More

Parents of children with chickenpox are less likely to develop shingles

Posted at January 22, 2020

January 22 (UPI) – Adults exposed to a child with chickenpox at home are less likely to develop shingles, but vaccination still provides the... Read More

CDC checks Chinese travelers at airports to distribute faster coronavirus test

Posted at January 22, 2020

January 22 (UPI) – Coronavirus has arrived in the United States, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention plans to track all travelers... Read More

Bariatric surgery does not always help the mental health of overweight teens

Posted at January 22, 2020

January 21 (UPI) – Bariatric surgery can help teens struggling with their weight recover physically. However, the mental and emotional problems that many face,... Read More

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