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Can a Blood Test Detect a Range of Cancers Earlier?

Researchers move 'a step forward,' assessing DNA fragments for colon, breast, ovarian and lung tumors

Choosing a Gym: Exercise Your Options

Follow this guide to find the best fit

Health Highlights: Aug. 16, 2017
  • Fleas Test Positive for Plague in Arizona

Health Tip: Food for Fido

What dogs shouldn't eat

Health Tip: Sleepiness on the Job

It's a major cause of workplace accidents

Hospitals Not to Blame for Most Opioid Addiction: Study

Outpatient prescriptions for spinal and orthopedic disorders identified as common triggers

Nearly 4 Million Worldwide Die Each Year From Asthma, COPD

In poorer countries these respiratory illnesses too often go undiagnosed and untreated, report finds

Powerful New Cholesterol Med Won't Harm Memory, Easing Concerns

Study findings on Repatha are 'reassuring,' but expert wants longer follow-up

Pricey Wines Can Trick Your Brain

Are you responding to cost rather than quality?

Study Finds Options to Opioid Use After Knee Surgery

Non-drug approaches that may work include acupuncture and electrotherapy, review finds

A Little Drinking Might Lengthen Your Life: Study

But researchers stress too much alcohol can increase risk of early death

Could Big Lifestyle Changes Be Key to Managing Type 2 Diabetes?

Study finds lower blood sugar, reduced need for medication

Date Nights for Overbooked Parents

Make it more than a movie, experts say

Givers Really Are Happier Than Takers

Even small acts of generosity trigger a brain boost, study finds

Health Highlights: Aug. 15, 2017
  • Fleas Test Positive for Plague in Arizona

Heart Risks May Rise After Cancer Diagnosis

Study found heightened odds for dangerous clots that travel throughout body

Lack of Sleep May Raise Child's Type 2 Diabetes Risk: Study

It found link -- but no proof -- between less slumber and risk factors for blood sugar disease

Local Crime Can Put Kids on the Run

Smartphone study finds young avoid their neighborhoods when threat of danger rises

This Common Email Move Could Be a Career Killer

Smiley emoji may be OK once you know someone, but not in an initial contact, study finds

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