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Insurers Making It Harder to Treat Opioid Addiction: Study

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Latest Mental Health News FRIDAY, Feb. 15, 2019 (HealthDay News) — Insurance rules that limit access to the addiction treatment medication buprenorphine may be worsening the U.S. opioid epidemic, a new study suggests. “Buprenorphine is a safe and effective treatment that decreases deaths due to opioids and stops …

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Up to 1 Hour of General Anesthesia Safe for Infants: Study

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FRIDAY, Feb. 15, 2019 (HealthDay News) — Infants who are given general anesthesia for an hour are unlikely to suffer harm, but the safety of longer and repeated exposure remains unknown, a new study says. Among more than 700 infants in seven countries, the researchers didn’t find any measurable neurodevelopmental …

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Teen Pot Use Fell in States That Legalized Medical Marijuana: Study

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By Dennis ThompsonHealthDay Reporter THURSDAY, Feb. 14, 2019 (HealthDay News) — Marijuana legalization has been sweeping across the United States, raising concerns that more teens will start toking as pot smoking gains in legitimacy. A new study suggests that’s not the case. Researchers actually found fewer teen marijuana users in …

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Curry Leaves Promote Gut Health, Manage Diabetes And More – Study (Curry Leaves Recipes Inside)

Curry Leaves Promote Gut Health, Manage Diabetes And More - Study (Curry Leaves Recipes Inside)

Curry leaves, better known as ‘kadi patta’, as we all know is an integral part of Indian cooking, especially in the southern part of the country. Its strong flavour is one of the factors that give a south Indian dish its own identity. Other than its varied usage as kitchen …

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Everyday ‘Triggers’ May Bring on A-Fib Episodes, Study Finds

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THURSDAY, Feb. 14, 2019 (HealthDay News) — Many older Americans are diagnosed with the irregular heartbeat known as atrial fibrillation, or “a-fib.” Now, research suggests that everyday foods, drinks or activities might trigger episodes of the stroke-linked condition. The bad news: Triggers include coffee, alcohol and sleepless nights. The good …

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Autism Costs Average $17,000 Yearly for Each Child, Study Finds

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By Amy NortonHealthDay Reporter MONDAY, Feb. 10, 2014 (HealthDay News) — The cost of services for children with autism averages more than $17,000 per child each year — with school systems footing much of the bill, a new U.S. study estimates. Researchers found that compared to kids without autism, those …

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Study Finds Most Teens Hate High School

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FRIDAY, Feb. 7, 2020 (HealthDay News) — It’s supposed to be the best time in your life, but a new study finds that U.S. high school students have mostly negative feelings throughout their schoolday. Surveying nearly 22,000 students nationwide, researchers found about 75% expressed boredom, anger, sadness, fear or stress. …

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Fewer Heart Patients Now Dying From Heart Disease, Study Shows

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MONDAY, Feb. 10, 2014 (HealthDay News) — Americans with heart disease are now more likely to die from cancer, lung disease and neurological causes than from heart problems, compared with 20 years ago. That’s the finding of a new Mayo Clinic study that tracked about 20,000 patients who underwent procedures …

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More Aggressive Surgery Can Extend Survival From Brain Cancer: Study

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FRIDAY, Feb. 7, 2020 (HealthDay News) — Adults with glioblastoma — the most common and deadly type of brain tumor — could survive more than twice as long if surgeons removed surrounding tissue as well as the tumor, a new study finds. That involves cutting out “non-contrast-enhancing tumor” — which …

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Annual Mammograms Don’t Reduce Breast Cancer Deaths, Study Contends

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By Kathleen DohenyHealthDay Reporter TUESDAY, Feb. 11, 2014 (HealthDay News) — The value of yearly mammograms is under fire once again, with a long-running Canadian study contending that annual screening in women aged 40 to 59 does not lower breast cancer death rates. For 25 years, the researchers followed nearly …

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