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Children who listened to music while an IV needle was inserted into their arms were less stressed than kids who didn’t listen to music ▼

FDA Approves First Scan for Diagnosing ADHD ▼

New Surgical Knife Can Detect Cancer As It Cuts ▼

The AMA recently declared ‪#‎obesity‬ a ‪#‎disease‬. Does that new label mean there will be a new cure? What should doctors and patients do? ▼

Post-op phone checkups save time and money ▼

Workers who postpone retirement are less likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia… ▼


Long term aspirin use tied to lower colon cancer risk ▼


What Jenny McCarthy (and Everyone) Needs to Know About Vaccines ▼


Scientists find how “obesity gene” makes people fat

Here are 10 essential tips that can increase your odds of surviving a plane crash.

Children who are punished through pushing, shoving and slapping are more likely to be obese and have other health problems when they grow up, a new study suggests.

Mothers who are mildly iodine deficient are more likely to have children who perform poorly in spelling, grammar and literacy, according to a new study from Australia. ▼


Kids and teens who are born abroad and immigrate to the United States are about half as likely to have asthma and allergies as those who are born in the U.S., according to a new study.

Newly Discovered Hormone Could Yield New Treatment For Diabetes

Why Stretching May Not Help Before Exercise