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Breast tissue that developed cancer tended to undergo more varied density changes over time, research shows
Experts unsure exactly why, but better prevention and after-stroke care may be factors
ADHD, depression most common conditions reported by those on medication
Patients who had scans at shorter intervals had less lymph node involvement, study found
Researchers say your voice may help listeners determine your height
Researchers say period from infection to disease takes about 5 years
MRI technique might aid diagnosis, treatment, researcher says
New powers designed to make specialty drugs safer for patients
Alcohol contributing to ER visits from hallucinogen, federal officials say
Study calculated chances of heart attack and cardiac death
Dutch study found substantial drops in anxiety, depression and disability over 2 decades
Even Without Expansion, S.C. Will See 16% Jump In Medicaid Enrollment
Many Consumers Report Improvements With Healthcare.gov
Study analyzed brain 'wiring' of kids, teens and young adults
Researchers weigh results of 8 studies, find excess pounds raise death risk over time
39 percent increase over 18 years remains unexplained
With Three Weeks Left, Consumers Fear They May End Up Without Health Coverage On New Year’s Day
Small, early study found contraction rate sped up after people downed beverage
Doctors' offices increasingly seeing young people with common psychiatric conditions
Study found newlyweds' semi-conscious attitudes determined future bliss more than conscious thoughts
Health officials make substantial improvements, but say more needs to be done
Preliminary study finds benefits long after attack