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Graphic Medicine: The Unlikely but Promising... Graphic medicine, at the intersection between comics and health care, offers patients something that’s often missing in a formal medical setting: the feeling that their voice is being heard.

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Severe Seizures Are Rising, Especially Among... New research finds more Americans face prolonged, life-threatening seizures known as status epilepticus, and Black people are nearly twice as likely to experience these seizures as white people.

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Have Long COVID? Newest Booster Vaccines May... Recent studies have begun to show that the latest bivalent COVID-19 booster vaccine may help ease long COVID patients' symptoms.

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Beyond Babies, RSV Infections Put Older People... Diagnosis in both the young and old can be challenging because RSV symptoms often overlap those of the flu, COVID-19, the common cold and other illnesses. Clues that point to RSV include wheezing – a high-pitched breathing sound – and using stomach and other muscles to help with breathing.

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How Money Buys Happiness: Buy Experiences,... WebMD provides tips to help your spending increase your happiness.

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How to Make the Holidays Easier When You’re... WebMD offers 5 tips to help make the holidays easier after a divorce.

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Flu Season Raged Over Thanksgiving The CDC reports that hospitalizations for confirmed flu cases nearly doubled during Thanksgiving week.

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Loving a Fake Person: Redefining Romance for... A team of scientists in Japan hope to pioneer a new field exploring how romance with a virtual being could impact mental health and relationships in the real world.

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Few Americans Understand Alcohol's Impact on... Alcohol increases the risk of cancer, but some Americans think it does the opposite, a new study shows.

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'Something Good' After Tragic Loss: Donating... Families of children with brain cancer are often unaware of the option of postmortem tissue donation, and many have expressed resentment that they had not been informed.

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Your (Afro-Textured) Hair Is Beautiful: The... In our new docu-series “Color by WebMD: WebMD’s Exploration of Race and Mental Health,” we’ll be diving into texturism and its impact on many Black and Latino people. We’ll also look at ways to gain more appreciation for your naturally beautiful coils and curls.

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AI in Health Care: No, the Robots Are Not... AI and machine learning remain technologies that add to human know-how. For example, AI can help track a patient over time better than a health care professional relying on memory alone, can speed up image analysis, and is very good at prediction.

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Black Patients Fare Worse Than White Patients... A new study finds Black adults who undergo a common procedure to open up clogged arteries are readmitted to the hospital more often than their white peers.

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