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Salmonella Outbreak In 26 States Tied To Raw TurkeyAn outbreak of salmonella linked to raw turkey products has sickened at least 90 people across 26 states.
Young Adults Are Drinking Themselves To Death, Study FindsAccording to the report published in the journal BMJ, deaths due to cirrhosis increased by 65 percent from 2009 to 2016.
Study Links ADHD To Teens And Their Digital Media UseA study of teens using high-tech devices has found a link between their seemingly constant use of digital media and ADHD.
UT Southwestern Celebrates 'Big Bang' Breakthrough in Alzheimer's ResearchDoctors at UT-Southwestern's O'Donnell Brain Institute have detected what they believe are changes in a single molecule that could act as the starting point for the deadly, memory-stealing disease.
Babies Sleep Better When They Begin Solid Food Early, Study SaysBoth the UK National Health Service and the American Academy of Pediatrics recommend that mothers exclusively breastfeed until about 6 months of age and then begin to introduce solid foods.
July's Extreme Heat Makes It Deadliest MonthMore than 600-people die from extreme heat in the U.S. every year.
Eating Nuts Can Boost Male Fertility, Study FindsA study has found that eating nuts each day can provide a big boost to men hoping to become fathers in the future.
Wire Grill Brushes Can Be Hazardous To Your HealthMillions of Americans will be firing up the grill today for their Fourth of July parties.
Healthwatch: July 4th Food Safety TipsHealth experts say they see more cases of food poisoning over the summer.
Study: Coffee Drinkers May Benefit From Drinking More Of ItA new study suggests drinking more coffee may lower your risk of death.
Doctors Prescribing New Breakthrough Migraine Medicine AimovigDoctors in Kansas have been calling the new migraine drug Aimovig a "big breakthrough" even though it's been on the market only a few weeks.
Romaine Lettuce Is Safe To Eat AgainDon't worry, the recent deadly outbreak of E. coli in romaine lettuce is over.