HealthDay - Page 20

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More Than Half of Women Have Hot Flashes for at Least 7 Years

Finding suggests need for better treatments for menopause-related symptoms.

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Pollution Exposure Peaks at Stop Lights

Air levels of tiny toxic particles were 29 times higher than when car was moving in traffic.

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It's Time to Rethink Health Benefits From Moderate Drinking

Research shows there is little to no health benefit linked to alcohol consumption.

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Your Deli Sandwich May Come With a Side of Listeria

You might be getting an unwanted ingredient the next time you order a sandwich from the deli.

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An Afternoon Snooze Might Benefit Your Health

Study finds an afternoon snooze might undo hormonal damage from lost sleep at night.

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Worried the HPV Vaccine Gives Teens the Green Light to Have Sex? Read This

Harvard researchers put the question to the test.

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Moms Who Give Kids Space Have Better Relationships With Them

Allowing some freedom at age 2 reaped benefits by fifth grade.

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Positive Correlation Found Between Teens' Sleep and Electronic Use

Kids using computers and phones take longer to drift off at night.

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58 Million Nonsmokers are Exposed to Secondhand Smoke

Two out of five children breathing in passive smoke, study says.

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Is Jogging Healthier Than Running? Study Says Yes.

Just an hour or two a week confers life-extension benefits, researcher contends.

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Study Shows Toddler Snacks and Meals are Sugar-Laden

Most toddler dinners were high in sodium, and infant snacks had added sugar.

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Flame Retardant Chemicals Linked to Premature Babies

Women with higher blood levels of common chemicals were more likely to deliver early.