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1 hour ago Regular, Moderate Coffee Drinking Tied to Better Brain Health in Seniors
Yes, says study, but experts note there are

But those who upped daily intake actually had higher odds for a precursor to dementia, researchers say

1 hour ago Too Much Facebook, Twitter Tied to Poor Mental Health in Teens
Online activity must be considered when creating

Study found those on social media sites more than 2 hours a day were more likely to have problems

1 hour ago Noninvasive Stimulation Gets Legs Moving After Spinal Cord Injury
Device compares favorably to surgically implanted

Device compares favorably to surgically implanted option, researchers say

4 hours ago Drones Might Fly Blood Samples to Clinics, Study Finds

Machines could be used for medical testing in remote areas

4 hours ago California Survey: Newly Insured Satisified With Coverage, More Financially Secure

Formerly uninsured California residents no longer rank paying for health care as their primary financial concern. But some still see cost and access to care as a problem.

4 hours ago Too Few U.S. Teens Getting HPV Vaccine: CDC
Researchers are harnessing the body's immune

4 out of 10 girls, 6 out of 10 boys haven't started series that helps prevent some cancers, survey finds

4 hours ago Effective Ebola Vaccine May Be Here: Health Officials

Initial trials in Guinea show 100 percent effectiveness, larger trials are planned, WHO says

4 hours ago Scientists Identify 5 Types of Prostate Cancer
prostate cancer slide

Scientists in the U.K. say there are five distinct types of prostate cancer, and they've found a way to distinguish between them.

7 hours ago Antidepressant, Blood Thinner Name Mix-Up Warning

Antidepressant, Blood Thinner Name Mix-Up Warning

7 hours ago Just 1 in 3 Seniors With Diabetes Has Disease Under Control
Report says it topped $245 billion in 2012;

Blood sugar, blood pressure and cholesterol levels key to managing disease, experts say

7 hours ago New Stem Cell Tactic Shows Promise for Heart Failure
Stressed cells can halt protein production, which

Approach is 'simpler and probably safer' than earlier attempts, expert says

7 hours ago Older Smokers With Migraines May Face Added Stroke Risk
Highest levels of cancer-linked substance found

Study finds no increased risk among nonsmokers

22 hours ago Your Psoriasis Questions Answered

Recently, a couple of leading skin experts took questions from WebMD's Psoriasis Community. Here are highlights from the online chat with Colby Evans, MD, and Mary Ruth Buchness, MD.

Yesterday How a Food Writer Deals With Diabetes

WebMD asks a food writer how she deals with a diabetes diagnosis – without derailing her career.

Yesterday Job Stress Might Make You Sick, Study Says
But it could lead to behaviors that increase the

High levels linked to more leave for mental health problems

Yesterday Find more energy to get through your workday

Learn how to get more energy to get through your workday by changing your diet, your habits or making lifestyle changes. WebMD has the details.

Yesterday FDA Approves 'Belly Balloon' Device for Weight Loss
Study links an apple-shaped figure to early signs

Inflated with sterile solution and kept in stomach for no more than 6 months, it makes people feel full

Yesterday Study Finds Drinking May Ease Fibromyalgia Pain, But Doctors Wary
Preliminary study suggests sugary sodas help

U.S. specialists say alcohol is the wrong approach

Yesterday Autism Care Costs Could Hit $500 Billion by 2025: Study
Conditions such as autism, ADHD appear to drive

Researchers stress need for research to find better interventions, treatments, to lower future spending

Yesterday What's It Really Like to Have ADHD?

Having ADHD can make you feel paranoid. Explore a personal story of one man's experience with adult ADHD.

Yesterday Texters Walk Cautiously to Avoid Collisions
man using smartphone

A new study suggests that people walk more cautiously when they text, and they're no more likely to trip over obstacles than those who don't use their mobile phone while walking.

Yesterday New Drug Lowers Levels of Triglyceride Blood Fats: Study

But it's not yet ready for standard care

Jul 29 Millions of Americans Reaping Benefits of Affordable Care Act: Study
People hoping to buy private coverage for 2014

Gains seen in how many adults have medical coverage, a doctor and say they are in better health

Jul 29 Scientists Suggest New Way to Predict Lung Cancer Risk
It was previously thought that the deadly form of

They focused on telomere length, discovered association

Jul 29 Drug May Ease Passage When Kidney Stone Strikes
Researchers cite lower cost, less radiation.

Tamsulosin is especially helpful with larger stones, while smaller ones may pass on their own, study finds

Jul 29 Taking St. John's Wort for Depression Carries Risks: Study
Herbal remedy isn't regulated, and can have same

Herbal remedy isn't regulated, and can have side effects and serious drug interactions

Jul 29 What's It Really Like to Have ADHD?

Having ADHD can make you feel paranoid. WebMD explains why.

Jul 28 Weight at First Pregnancy Linked to Complications Next Time
These changes may also increase risk for

Risk remains even for women who get to a healthy size, researchers say

Jul 28 Doctors Perform First Double Hand Transplant in a Child
Boy, 8, lost limbs because of severe infection.

Boy, 8, lost limbs because of severe infection

Jul 28 Jealousy Can Drive Some to Problem Drinking, Study Suggests
Researchers say findings could help identify

Researchers say findings could help identify people at risk for alcholism