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Millenials are driving new trends in the snack food industry.
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There's a new drug in town which is now taking the streets by storm.
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The concussion rate for youth, high school, and college football players is higher during actual games, but players are more likely to suffer a concussion during practices.
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Employees at healh stores recommended bodybuilding and weight loss supplements to teens despite labels saying they are for adults.
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Just how serious bullying can be? A new study cites that its long-term effects on mental health are far worse than those caused by child abuse.
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The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is lowering its recommendation for the optimal concentration of fluoride in drinking water.
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Two treatments, fecal transplants and stem cells, are being researched that show promised in treating Crohn’s disease, an inflammatory disorder of the bowels.
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Emergency rooms and poisong control centers around the country are reporting a sharp increase in people having a reaction to some versions of street drugs called spice.
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Federal health officials have issued an alert to state and municipal health departments telling them to ensure they are identifying and tracking cases of HIV and hepatitis C in the wake of the ongoing HIV outbreak in Indiana.
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Here are some tips for giving a child a pill or taking one yourself.
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A large study found that being vaccinated with MMR was not associated with an increased risk at any age even for children with a sibling with autism spectrum disorders.
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Stretching before an athletic activity does not appear to help prevent tendon injuries, according to a study.
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