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FDA Panel Backs Adding Omicron Component to... The FDA’s advisers on vaccines deliberated Tuesday on what direction the agency should give drugmakers about future modifications to their COVID shots to address changes in the virus.

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Seniors With Prediabetes: Eat Better, Get... About half of adults 65 and older have above-normal blood sugar levels that put them in the prediabetes category. Although that is a signal to improve your eating habits and get more exercise, researchers say only a small percentage of the group will develop diabetes.

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CDC Panel Backs Moderna Vaccine for Those Aged... An expert panel from the CDC voted unanimously to recommend the Moderna COVID vaccine be approved for kids between the ages of 6 and 17.

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Roe v. Wade Overturned, Ending 50 Years of... Abortion will likely soon be banned in more than two dozen states.

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Breast Cancer Chemo: Tips for Dealing With... If you’re going through chemo for breast cancer, these tips will help you avoid infection if you have neutropenia (low white blood cell counts).

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The Trouble with Binge Drinking Over Age 30 Research shows more adults are binge drinking – and suffering the consequences.

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When You’re a Lot Older or Younger Than Your... Age differences of 10 years or more may spur couples to treasure each other’s life experience.

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Moderna Says COVID Booster 'Potent' vs Newer... The vaccine maker released data on its combination vaccine in development designed to protect against Omicron coronavirus strains.

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Shooting Survivors Turned Activists: 'We Were... This year, through mid-June, at least 278 mass shootings have occurred in the United States, according to the Gun Violence Archive. And as families of the victims grieve, legions of survivors who have witnessed the carnage firsthand also struggle to heal from the trauma.

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Do I Have Alzheimer’s Disease? Just One Brain... The tool could also tell the difference between early and late-stage dementia in 79% of cases.

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Light in Your Bedroom Is No Good for Your Health A new study suggests keeping your bedroom dark may also significantly lower your odds of developing three major health problems.

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Rats Blamed for Spreading Disease More Than... Accused of transmitting viruses to humans, rats do not appear to be as culpable of spreading infectious diseases, researchers report.

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Biden Moves to Limit Nicotine Levels in... The action to reduce nicotine levels would fit in with President Joe Biden’s goal of reducing cancer death rates by half over 25 years.

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Is One COVID Vaccine for Kids Preferred Over... Shots are going in arms this week after the CDC endorsed vaccines for ages 6 months to 5 years. Now parents are facing choices.

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‘Patient Influencers’ Partnering With Drug,... Social media “patient influencers” are becoming a popular method of direct-to-consumer advertising for pharmaceutical and medical companies. Is that a good thing?

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Easing Tamoxifen, Aromatase Inhibitors’ Side... Hormone therapy for breast cancer – such as tamoxifen and aromatase inhibitors – can help prevent the cancer from coming back. If you have side effects, these things may help.

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Products to Remove Moles, Skin Tags Can Be... Dermatologists and the FDA warn about dangers of using unregulated do-it-yourself products to remove moles, skin tags and another type of growth known as seborrheic keratoses.

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What’s the Best Time of Day to Exercise? It... Exercise anytime is good, but more and more research shows the right timing can make it even better.

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CDC Gives Final OK for COVID Vaccinations for... The final regulatory decision paves the way for doctors, pharmacists, and others to start vaccinating children 6 months and older in the U.S. starting this week.

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How Much Weight Did We Really Gain During COVID... A small helping of good news from the COVID-19 pandemic: Americans didn’t seem to fill all that time spent at home during the early months of the outbreak by filling their stomachs.

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