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Medical Marijuana Rx Ups Odds for Overuse, With No Benefit to Health: Study - 2022-03-18
"Using medical marijuana to treat pain, anxiety or depression may quickly lead to dependence, without relieving symptoms, a new study suggests." More

U.S. Smoking, Vaping Rates Fell in First Year of Pandemic: CDC - 2022-03-18
"A new government report reveals that both cigarette smoking and electronic cigarette use dropped slightly among American adults during the first year of the pandemic." More

Life Span After Alzheimer's Diagnosis: What Factors Matter Most - 2022-03-18
"After a diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease, families have much to worry about. They wonder what's next and how long their loved one has left to live." More

Brain Scans Give Clues to Binge Eating Disorder in Young Kids - 2022-03-18
"Children who binge eat may be hardwired to do so: New research reveals they have abnormalities in regions of the brain associated with reward and inhibition." More

AHA News: What Parents Can Do When Kids With Congenital Heart Defects Grow Up - 2022-03-17
""As part of the process, parents or caregivers need to change their role as the primary caregiver to the person that's in more of the supportive role. Someone who's still there to help, but not the person that's necessarily calling the shots," said John, who also is an associate professor of pediatrics at George Washington University." More

People Are Now Living More Years in Good Health: Study - 2022-03-17
"Older adults may not only be living longer, but better as well, according to a new U.K. study." More

Memory Issues Plague Long COVID Patients - 2022-03-17
"Memory and concentration problems haunt 7 in 10 patients with long COVID, a pair of new studies indicate." More

Lots of Napping Could Raise a Senior's Odds for Alzheimer's - 2022-03-17
"Taking longer or more frequent naps during the day may sound enticing, but it may be a harbinger of Alzheimer's disease." More

Postpartum Depression Rates Have Tripled for New Moms During Pandemic - 2022-03-17
"Rates of postpartum depression among American mothers rose nearly three-fold during the COVID-19 pandemic, along with large increases in major depression and thoughts of self-harm, according to a new study." More

As Cigarette Taxes Rise, Infant Deaths Decline - 2022-03-17
"The researchers suggest that pregnant women are less likely to smoke when tobacco taxes are raised, leading to fewer infants being exposed to secondhand smoke." More

U.S. Teachers Often Faced Harassment, Violence During Pandemic: Poll - 2022-03-17
"Many teachers and other school staff have also endured harassment and threats of violence from students and parents during the pandemic, the survey showed." More

AHA News: Want a Personalized Diet to Prevent Disease? Nutrition Scientists Are Working on It - 2022-03-16
"You know that phrase "you are what you eat"? Nutrition scientists are getting to the bottom of what that means with an emerging area of research called precision nutrition." More

Omicron Wave Had 5 Times as Many Small Kids Hospitalized Compared to Delta - 2022-03-16
"Omicron appears to have hit America's youngest children much harder than any previous variant of the virus, a new government report shows." More

Research Supporting Homeopathy Is Often Biased, of Poor Quality: Review - 2022-03-16
"Homeopathy's effectiveness may be significantly overestimated because most research supporting this form of complementary medicine is of poor quality, according to a new analysis." More

As Use of PSA Test Fell, Rate of Advanced Prostate Cancers Rose - 2022-03-16
"Ever since routine prostate-specific antigen (PSA) screening tests have no longer been recommended, there has been a troubling rise in advanced prostate cancer cases in the United States, new research has found." More

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