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FDA Fell Short in Preventing Fentanyl Abuse Crisis, Report Claims - 2019-02-19
"Drug makers and federal regulators dropped the ball in tracking the use of a potentially deadly fast-acting form of the synthetic opioid fentanyl, putting thousands of patients at risk of a fatal overdose, a new study claims." More

Primary Care Doctors Help Boost Life Spans, But More Are Needed - 2019-02-19
"More primary care doctors mean longer life for patients, but a shortage of these physicians is looming, a new study finds." More

More Car Crashes Tied to Drivers High on Opioids - 2019-02-15
"The damage wrought by the opioid epidemic has spread to America's highways, with the percentage of fatal car crashes involving a driver who was high on the powerful painkillers tripling in the past 25 years." More

Teen Pot Use Linked to Later Depression, Suicide Attempts - 2019-02-13
"Pot may be particularly dangerous for the teenaged brain, a new review suggests." More

Does PTSD Really Harm Veterans' Hearts? - 2019-02-13
"By itself, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) doesn't raise the risk of heart disease for U.S. veterans, a new study finds." More

Are Hearing Loss, Mental Decline Related? - 2019-02-12
"Dementia is hard to predict, but hearing loss might signal a higher risk, a new study suggests." More

Half of U.S. Kids With a Mental Health Disorder Don't Get Treatment - 2019-02-11
"If you're worried that your child may suffer from a mental health condition, such as anxiety, depression or attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), you have plenty of company." More

Poor Whites Bear the Brunt of U.S. Opioid Crisis, Studies Find - 2019-02-11
"America's ongoing opioid epidemic has struck poor whites harder than any other group, and a new study argues that racism likely played a role in that." More

FDA to Tighten Oversight of Supplements - 2019-02-11
"The U.S. Food and Drug Administration plans to strengthen regulation of dietary supplements, such as vitamins, minerals and herbs, the agency announced Monday." More

How Color Can Help You De-Stress - 2019-02-11
"Many studies have shown that color affects both mood and behavior. Color can help you go from sad to happy or angry to calm." More

Upbeat Attitude May Be a Pain Fighter - 2019-02-08
"Optimism may be key to coping with chronic pain, claims a new study of soldiers who served in Iraq and Afghanistan. And you don't need to be a vet to benefit from a positive attitude, the research suggests." More

Health Tip: Becoming a Step Parent - 2019-02-07
"If step-parenthood is in your future, there may be pending bumps in the road between you and your new spouse, your younger children and the children's other parent." More

Global Rate of Suicide Deaths Is on the Decline - 2019-02-07
"There's bad news and good news in a study of lives lost to suicide around the world." More

As U.S. Measles Outbreaks Spread, Why Does 'Anti-Vax' Movement Persist? - 2019-02-07
"Measles outbreaks across the United States -- including one in Washington state where 50 cases have now been identified -- have again shone the spotlight on parents who resist getting kids vaccinated." More

Even Brief EMS Delay Can Cost Lives After Car Crash - 2019-02-06
"How fast emergency medical help arrives at the scene of a car crash plays a significant role in patient survival, a new study finds." More

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