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AHA News: Torn Between Work and Family? It May Not Be Good for Heart Health - 2019-10-10
"When family demands affect work performance or work demands undermine family obligations, the resulting stress may contribute to decreased heart health, particularly among women, a new study finds." More

New Finding Challenges Old Notions About Dyslexia - 2019-10-10
"The cerebellum does not affect reading ability in people with dyslexia, according to a new study that challenges a controversial theory." More

Tying the Knot Is Tied to Longer Life Span, New Data Shows - 2019-10-10
"Married folks not only live longer than singles, but the longevity gap between the two groups is growing, U.S. government health statisticians report." More

Standard Memory Tests for Seniors Might Differ by Gender - 2019-10-09
"Are some tests designed to measure memory declines missing signs of trouble in women?" More

Eating Disorders Linked to Suicide Risk - 2019-10-08
"Eating disorders, serious medical conditions that few report, may trigger suicide attempts, three new studies show." More

Raising a Child With ADHD Can Test a Parent - 2019-10-08
"Parenting can be tough business, but when your child has attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) the task can often be overwhelming." More

When Meds Are Free, Patients Take Them More Often - 2019-10-08
"Patients are much more likely to take essential medications if they're free, a new Canadian study finds." More

Spurred by Mass Shootings, More Americans View Mentally Ill as Violent - 2019-10-07
"Americans are increasingly viewing people with mental illnesses as a violent threat, despite scientific evidence to the contrary, a new study suggests." More

What Are the Risks of Pain Relief Alternatives to Opioids? - 2019-10-07
"With so much attention focused on the dangers of opioid painkillers, it's easy to forget that even "safe" over-the-counter products carry some dangers." More

Aspirin, Antihistamines: Kids Often Use OTC Drugs in Suicide Attempts - 2019-10-07
"More teens are attempting suicide by overdosing on drugs, and new research suggests they are often turning to over-the-counter (OTC) medications like ibuprofen and aspirin in their efforts." More

AHA News: Growing – and Aging – Hispanic Population at Risk for Dementia - 2019-10-03
"The Hispanic population over 65 will nearly quadruple in the next 40 years, eventually representing nearly 1 in 5 older Americans. And growing alongside the population will be the daunting challenge of age-related dementia." More

For Insomniacs, Sleep Aids Can Ease a Troubled Mind - 2019-10-03
"People with severe insomnia may find that a sedative helps them sleep and banishes thoughts of suicide, a new study suggests." More

Pacemakers, Insulin Pumps Could Be Hacking Targets: FDA - 2019-10-01
"Medical devices that can connect to the internet might be at risk for hacking, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration warned Tuesday." More

Antidepressants Might Raise Odds for Serious Pregnancy Complication - 2019-10-02
"Treating depression during pregnancy can be vital to the health of both mother and child, but new research suggests that taking antidepressants may make a woman more vulnerable to gestational diabetes." More

AHA News: Make Neighborhoods Green for Heart Health? The Idea Is Taking Root - 2019-10-01
"Neighborhoods filled with trees, grass and other flora not only improve the air and clear the mind they also can reduce heart disease risk, recent studies suggest." More

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