Blind Man Given a Chance to See2019-10-15
A new device is helping those who are blind to see. It does this in a new way by helping them experience the world around them.Jason Esterhuizen lost his eyesight after a car accident.
Britain Supports E-Cigarettes, US Considers Ban2019-10-03
The United States and Britain have very different views on e-cigarettes. American public health officials are warning of the dangers of vaping among young people. But, British officials consider electronic cigarettes to be a powerful tool for people tr
How Risky Is Eating Red Meat?2019-10-02
Many studies have tied red meat food to cancer and heart disease. But are the risks big enough to stop eating foods like lamb chops and hamburgers?
Health Workers Aim to Save Lives of Mothers, Babies with Smartphone Data2019-09-27
A new project in India and Uganda is aimed at helping health workers save the lives of mothers and babies with information from electronic devices.
Combination Pill Tested in US for Better Health Results2019-09-23
A low-cost, daily pill that combines four drugs has been tested for the first time in the United States to reduce the danger of brain or heart attacks.
Cancer Is the Leading Cause of Death in Wealthy Countries2019-09-17
Cancer is now the leading cause of death in wealthy countries. Researchers say cancer has replaced heart disease as the top killer in the industrial world. If the trend continues, they predict cancer could become the leading cause of death worldwide la
US Health Officials Urge People to Stop Using E-cigarettes2019-09-10
United States health officials are urging people to stop using electronic cigarettes, known as e-cigarettes.
Should You Exercise While Sick?2019-09-03
Many people have an exercise routine. They exercise for a few minutes every day or every other day. So, getting those 150 minutes is easier.
Plastics in Drinking Water Are a Concern2019-08-25
The World Health Organization says levels of plastic in drinking water present a low risk to health, but need more research.
US Doctors Giving Fewer Cough, Cold Medicines2019-08-13
A new study suggests that American doctors are telling patients to take cough or cold medicines less often than they did a few years ago.
US Company Launches 'Zero-Waste' Shopping Model
Good Breakfast Equals Good Grades
The World's Latest Healthiest Diet
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Study: Air Pollution Reduces Intelligence
Mushroom Hunting Gains Popularity in US
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Soap Invented by Indian Women May Save Lives
Sleeping in Hot Rooms Bad for Brain
New Exercise Guidelines: Start Young, Sit Less
Blind Man Given a Chance to See
Britain Supports E-Cigarettes, US Considers Ban
How Risky Is Eating Red Meat?
Health Workers Aim to Save Lives of Mothers, Babies with Smartphone Data
Combination Pill Tested in US for Better Health Results
Cancer Is the Leading Cause of Death in Wealthy Countries
US Health Officials Urge People to Stop Using E-cigarettes
Should You Exercise While Sick?
Plastics in Drinking Water Are a Concern
US Doctors Giving Fewer Cough, Cold Medicines
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