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Could Botox Injections Relieve Depression? - 2020-07-30
"Patients who received Botox injections for any of six conditions reported suffering depression 40% to 88% less often when compared to patients who received different treatments for the same conditions." More

Under 50 and Overweight? Your Odds for Dementia Later May Rise - 2020-07-30
"Need fresh motivation to lose some weight? New research suggests that young adults who are overweight or obese face a higher risk for dementia in their golden years." More

11 States Could Face ICU Doc Shortages as Coronavirus Cases Surge - 2020-07-30
"As COVID-19 infections surge across the United States, 11 states could find themselves with too few doctors to treat non-COVID patients in intensive care units, a new report finds." More

Will the Telemedicine Boom Outlast the Pandemic? - 2020-07-30
"Telemedicine has exploded during the COVID-19 pandemic, with the United States on track to log more than 1 billion virtual doctor visits by the end of 2020, experts say. But how important will telemedicine remain to U.S. health care after the pandemic becomes just a bad memory?" More

Child Care Stresses, Hunger Are Harming U.S. Families During Pandemic - 2020-07-29
"With everyday life turned upside down, efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19 are taking a toll on the well-being and health of American families, a new poll reveals." More

Yet Another Study Finds Vaccines Are Safe - 2020-07-28
"Vaccines remain a "remarkably safe" way to protect human health, thanks to a rigorous system of safety monitoring that continues after approval, a new review shows." More

9/11 First Responders Have Higher Odds for Alzheimer's: Study - 2020-07-28
"First responders to the 9/11 terrorist attacks appear to be at increased risk for Alzheimer's disease and dementia, new research suggests." More

PTSD Therapy Doesn't Trigger Drug Relapse in Addiction Patients: Study - 2020-07-27
"Talk therapy for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) doesn't appear to increase addiction treatment patients' risk of relapse, a small new study says." More

In Rush to Publish, Most COVID-19 Research Isn't Reliable, Experts Say - 2020-07-27
"Only about three in 10 COVID-19 studies have been designed with enough rigor to produce valuable evidence about the coronavirus, said lead researcher Dr. Mintu Turakhia, director of the Center for Digital Health at Stanford University in California." More

Many U.S. Homes Too Cramped to Stop COVID-19's Spread - 2020-07-24
"People with COVID-19 are told to keep their distance from family members to protect them from infection. But a new study finds that one-fifth of U.S. homes are too small for that to happen." More

With Safety Steps, Moms Unlikely to Pass COVID-19 to Newborns: Study - 2020-07-24
"Mothers are unlikely to pass COVID-19 to their newborns if they follow recommended precautions, a small study suggests." More

With Tighter Handgun Laws, U.S. Would See Fewer Suicides by Young People - 2020-07-23
"Hundreds of suicides could be prevented in the United States each year if the minimum age for buying a handgun was raised to 21 in the 33 states that have a minimum age of 18, according to a new study." More

Will Your Brain Stay Sharp Into Your 90s? Certain Factors Are Key - 2020-07-22
"Some people in their 90s stay sharp whether their brain harbors amyloid protein plaques -- a hallmark of Alzheimer's disease -- or not, but why?" More

Pandemic Has ER Docs Stressed Out and Weary: Survey - 2020-07-21
"The coronavirus pandemic has left many U.S. emergency doctors with high levels of anxiety and emotional exhaustion, a new study finds." More

U.S. Air Quality Got Better During Pandemic: Study - 2020-07-20
"U.S. air quality improved after businesses closed to reduce the spread of the new coronavirus, researchers say." More

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