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Even a Little More Exercise Might Help Your Brain Stay Young - 2019-04-19
"Alzheimer's and dementia are not an inevitable part of normal aging, and a little exercise might help keep them at bay, a new study suggests." More

Medicaid Could Save $2.6 Billion a Year With Dip in Smoking - 2019-04-19
"Just a 1% decrease in the number of Medicaid recipients who smoke could save the insurance program billions of dollars a year, a new study suggests." More

Whether to Preserve Fertility Is Tough Decision for Transgender Youth - 2019-04-18
"For transgender teens and young adults, deciding whether to freeze their sperm or eggs in case they want children later on is a complex decision." More

Will You Get Fat? Genetic Test May Tell - 2019-04-18
"Using information on more than 2 million gene variants linked to body weight, the scientists created a so-called polygenic score that may help quantify a person's obesity risk." More

Teen Girls' Online Sex Experiences Set Up Offline Dangers - 2019-04-18
"The types of sexual experiences girls have on the internet can help predict the kinds of risk they face offline, including HIV infections, physically violent relationships and sexual assault, new research suggests." More

Health Tip: Choosing a Car Seat - 2019-04-18
"Proper use of car seats can keep children safe in the event of a crash, says American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)." More

Can't Work Out During the Week? 'Weekend Warriors' Still Benefit - 2019-04-18
"Daily exercise may be the ideal, but even weekend workouts might prolong your life, a new study suggests." More

Magnet 'Zap' to the Brain Might Jumpstart Aging Memory - 2019-04-17
"But their memories might get a boost from an electromagnetic device that gives the brain a helpful zap, a new study reports." More

AHA News: Here's How Middle-Aged People -- Especially Women -- Can Avoid a Heart Attack - 2019-04-17
"A specific type called cardiorespiratory fitness may help predict the odds of having a heart attack, especially for women, new research shows." More

More TV, Tablets, More Attention Issues at Age 5 - 2019-04-17
"Five-year-olds who spend more than two hours a day in front of a smartphone or tablet may be at risk of attention problems, a new study suggests." More

Can Games and Apps Help Your Kids Learn? - 2019-04-17
"Leading health organizations are warning about the possibility of video game addiction." More

Legacy of Gulf War Deployment: Higher Risk of Minor Birth Defects - 2019-04-16
"Here's bad news for some women in the military: An increased risk of minor birth defects was found among U.S. female veterans of the 1990-91 Gulf War." More

Hot-Car Deaths Hit Record High in 2018 - 2019-04-16
"Experts say 51 children died in hot cars in the United States last year -- the highest toll on record." More

FDA Halts All Sales of Pelvic Mesh Products Tied to Injuries in Women - 2019-04-16
"The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday announced a ban on the sale of all pelvic mesh products." More

Health Tip: Signs of Dyslexia in Preschoolers - 2019-04-16
"For parents and teachers, looking for signs in preschoolers can help for early intervention, says the Yale Center for Dyslexia and Creativity." More

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