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Herbal Drug Kratom Linked to Salmonella Illnesses, CDC Says - 2018-02-20
"The popular botanical drug kratom is already under fire from U.S. health officials as an addictive opioid, and now new reports are linking its use with salmonella poisoning." More

Health Tip: Protect Baby from Whooping Cough - 2018-02-19
"Vaccination is the best way to prevent whooping cough, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says." More

Protecting Your Electronic Health Records - 2018-02-19
"An electronic health record, or EHR, is the digital version of the paper records documenting your health care. These online records are an advance in health management in many ways." More

Many Parents in the Dark on When Kids Should First See a Dentist - 2018-02-19
"American parents are less likely to seek early dental care for their children if they don't receive guidance from a doctor or dentist, a new national survey finds." More

Stroke May Not Mean Language Loss for Newborns - 2018-02-17
"Strokes in babies may not have the same lasting effects as they do in adults, a new study suggests." More

Therapeutic Horseback Riding Can Help Alleviate PTSD in Veterans - 2018-02-16
"For military veterans, therapeutic horseback riding may be a clinically effective intervention for relieving symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder, according to a study published online Jan. 19 in Military Medical Research." More

Treatment Initiation for Depression Low in Primary Care - 2018-02-16
"Treatment initiation for depression remains suboptimal in the primary care setting, despite wide availability of effective treatments and increased detection efforts, according to a study published online Feb. 8 in the Journal of General Internal Medicine." More

Molecular Markers May ID Alzheimer's Before Clinical Onset - 2018-02-16
"For young adults with autosomal dominant Alzheimer's disease, molecular markers can identify changes associated with the disease before clinical onset, according to a study published online Feb. 12 in JAMA Neurology." More

Pets Good Medicine for Those Battling Mental Ills - 2018-02-16
"Can the adoring gaze of a dog or the comforting purr of a cat be helpful to people with mental illness? Absolutely, new research suggests." More

Health Tip: Ski and Snowboard Safely With Your Kids - 2018-02-16
"Skiing and snowboarding are great ways to keep your family active during the cold winter months." More

Health Tip: Manage Stress - 2018-02-16
"When faced with a stressful situation, according to the American Cancer Society, your pulse quickens, you breathe faster, your muscles tense and your brain uses more oxygen." More

Kids Who Need Sickle Cell Meds Don't Always Get Them - 2018-02-16
"Less than a fifth of U.S. children with sickle cell anemia are getting the antibiotics that could save their lives, a new study finds." More

After Another Shooting Tragedy, 'Stop the Bleed' Kits Urged for Schools - 2018-02-16
"Some of the 17 people killed Wednesday in the senseless Florida school shooting might have survived if their bleeding could have been stopped in time, experts say." More

Patients Want Physicians to Have Greater Connectivity - 2018-02-15
"Most patients want greater connectivity, online tools and text messaging, as well as more time with their physicians, according to a report published in Medical Economics." More

Your Tax Dollars Fund Research on Hundreds of New Meds - 2018-02-15
"The U.S. National Institutes of Health spent more than $100 billion on research that led to 210 new medicines gaining U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval over six years, a new study shows." More

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