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Accuracy of COVID-19 Antibody Tests Varies Widely, Study Finds - 2020-09-24
"Wide variation exists in the accuracy of commercial testing kits that check for antibodies against the new coronavirus, researchers say." More

Hazardous Ingredients Make 'Smart Drug' Supplements a Not-So-Smart Buy - 2020-09-24
"A new study warns that you should seriously reconsider taking any over-the-counter supplement that promises a powerful brain boost." More

AHA News: How to Protect Yourself From the Stress of Politics - 2020-09-23
"We interrupt your latest binge of breaking political news, fear-provoking campaign commercials and angry posts from your favorite pundit to report that politics can be stressful." More

Kids Often Hit Hard by Death of Beloved Pet, Study Finds - 2020-09-23
"The loss of a pet may be a child's first encounter with death, and new research suggests no one should underestimate the psychological trauma that the loss can bring." More

Fall Risk Rises Even in Alzheimer's Early Stages - 2020-09-21
"In older people a fall can sometimes be a sign of oncoming Alzheimer's disease, even in the absence of mental issues, new research suggests." More

PTSD May Be Tied to Greater Dementia Risk - 2020-09-17
"Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)may significantly increase the risk of dementia later in life, according to a new study." More

COVID Conflicts Are Putting Big Strains on Relationships - 2020-09-17
"Both sides think they're right. And that's led to friction and frustration among friends and families." More

New Research Links Another Gene to Alzheimer's Risk - 2020-09-16
"A genetic variant in some people may be associated with mental decline that can't be explained by deposits of two proteins linked with Alzheimer's disease, researchers say." More

Could Drones Delivering Defibrillators Save Lives? - 2020-09-16
"A recent randomized trial tested whether delivering an automated external defibrillator (AED) by drone would be faster than an ambulance and more accessible for bystanders than looking for AEDs in nearby buildings." More

Even Exercise May Not Ease Pandemic-Linked Stress - 2020-09-15
"Exercise is often recommended to combat stress and anxiety. But it might not be the solution to your pandemic-related worries, new research indicates." More

Statins Going Generic Saved Medicare Billions - 2020-09-14
"Here's evidence that prescription drugs don't have to cost a fortune: New research finds Medicare saved billions as more generic cholesterol-lowering medications became available, even though the number of Americans using the drugs increased." More

Suicide Rate Keeps Rising Among Young Americans - 2020-09-11
"A nearly 60% jump in suicides by young Americans since 2007 has experts alarmed and somewhat puzzled." More

Electrical Brain Stimulation Offers Hope Against Dyslexia - 2020-09-10
"Electrical stimulation of a sound-processing area of the brain can briefly improve reading skills in adults with dyslexia, a new, small study has found." More

AHA News: Looming Wave of Evictions, Housing Instability Pose Threat to Health - 2020-09-10
"With unemployment rates hovering at or near double digits, millions of people are at risk for eviction or foreclosure. And a growing body of research suggests the effects go beyond financial, taking a toll on both physical and mental health." More

AHA News: Health Apps Pose Privacy Risks, But Experts Offer This Advice - 2020-09-10
"Like ordering a ride or food delivery on your smartphone, keeping track of your heart rate, blood pressure or weight is just a few taps away thanks to thousands of free or inexpensive health apps. But with each click, you may be unwittingly handing over your health data to a third party." More

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