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Could Alzheimer's Be Triggered By A Herpes Virus?A common virus may play a role in Alzheimer’s disease, according to a new study.
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As Loneliness Rises Among Americans, Experts Warn It's Making Many SickHealth experts weigh in on how loneliness has become a major problem today.
Diabetes Breakthrough: Common Vaccine Can Improve Blood Sugar Levels Long-TermResearchers at Mass General Hospital announced a breakthrough in treating Type 1 Diabetes.
Tech Helping To Contain Dangerous Food Contamination OutbreaksSeveral recent outbreaks related to contaminated food have affected dozens of people across the country.
'It's A Lot More Common Than People Realize': Doctor On Alopecia Hair LossSouth Florida doctor talks about being hit with Alopecia Areata and losing all of his hair.
Smoking Rates In U.S. Hit All-Time Low, CDC SaysAbout 14 percent of U.S adults admit to being smokers last year, down from about 16 percent in 2016, government figures from the CDC show.
Moving U: PAMM Work Out Incorporates Art & ExpressionWe know how hard it can be to fit exercise into your daily lives, that's why we are highlighting stories about what's moving U.
Video Game Addiction Now Recognized As Medical DisorderThe World Health Organization has added "gaming disorder" to a new draft of the organization's international classification of diseases.
Medications May Increase Risk Of DepressionMany people don't realize they are at risk for depression because of the medicines they take.
Doctors Use Stem Cells To Strengthen Babies' HeartsDoctors in Los Angeles are using stem cells to try to strengthen the hearts of children born with a life-threatening condition.
Lauren's List: Tips To Keep The Men In Your Life HealthyAs we prepare to celebrate the dads in our life on Sunday, it's a good reminder that it is currently Men's Health Week.

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