WHO: Antibiotic-Resistant Infections Are A "Global Health Emergency" There is a serious lack of new antibiotics being developed to fight infections that are becoming resistant to treatments - something WHO says is a "global health emergency." 
Teacher's Gross Bread Experiment Gets Kids To Wash Their HandsThe post quickly spread all over social media with more than 70,000 shares and 14,000 comments.
Your Mental Health May Suffer When Caring For Sick Pet, Study FindsPet owners caring for seriously ill animals may be feeling an impact on their own health.
Teens Are In No Hurry To Grow Up, Study FindsA new study in the journal Child Development shows teenagers aren't growing up as fast as they used to.
Taking A Break From Dieting May Improve Weight LossDieting continuously may not be the most effective way to shed pounds according to researchers at the University of Tasmania.
Bernie Sanders Would Make Government Health Care Role Even BiggerIn an animated, campaign-style rally, Sen. Bernie Sanders unveiled his plan to remake the nation's convoluted health care system into federally run health insurance Wednesday — a costly proposal embraced by liberal activists hoping to steer the Democratic Party in upcoming elections.
Older People Need To Get Moving To Avoid "Old Folks" PainsIf you're getting older but don't want to feel like you're getting older, researchers have some advice for you.
Obese Toddlers Show Signs Of Heart Failure At Age One, Study FindsA new study says that overweight toddlers can begin showing signs of heart failure as early as their first birthday.
FDA Calls Ecstasy A 'Breakthrough' Drug For PTSDAccording to reports, MDMA helps patients deal with traumatic memories by relieving some of the stress associated with the experience.
Nearly Half A Million Pacemakers Recalled, Vulnerable To Hacking Almost half a million people in the U.S. must update their pacemakers that are vulnerable to being hacked.
Gene Therapy Cancer Treatment Given Federal ApprovalThe very first federal approval of a gene therapy as a cancer treatment is being called an historic event.
App Could Help Detect Pancreatic Cancer Using A SelfieResearchers are developing an app for your phone that could detect pancreatic cancer and other illnesses by taking a selfie.

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