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Water on airplanes can be so dirty that a new study recommends not drinking it or even washing hands with it, The Washington Post reported.
Owning a dog may help heart attack and stroke survivors live longer and healthier, the American Heart Association (AHA) announced.
Depression patients might consider altering their diet, according to a study in the journal PLOS ONE. In this randomized controlled study, a Mediterranean-style diet…
A brain implant is a pretty grave step to treat depression, and not all trials have been successful, but a new paper in the American Journal of Psychiatry says…
Denver Health and a handful of other hospital operators around the country are getting into the housing business, Kaiser Health News reported. It’s an effort to address the problem of long-term patients..
Could onion and garlic consumption be behind Puerto Rico’s low incidence of breast cancer? That’s what a study from the University of Buffalo and the University of Puerto Rico suggests.
Stuffing several medications into a “polypill” could aid compliance and improve health over expecting patients to take multiple pills, a U.S. study suggests.