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Health: Babies of Anxious Mothers More Likely to Cry Excessively: Study

Health: Babies of Anxious Mothers More Likely to Cry Excessively: Study »

Source: Reuters

Women with anxiety disorders may be more likely to have babies who cry excessively, suggests a new German study.

Researchers already

Health: Doctor Characteristics may Influence Prostate  Cancer Treatment

Health: Doctor Characteristics may Influence Prostate Cancer Treatment »

Source: Reuters

Whether a man’s low-risk prostate cancer gets treated with surveillance, surgery or another method may have more to do with his

Health: How to Fix a Broken Market in Antibiotics

Health: How to Fix a Broken Market in Antibiotics »

Source: Reuters

The drugs don’t work – and neither does the market, when it comes to antibiotics.

When sophisticated bugs that medicines used

Health: One-third of Knee Replacements in the US may be  Inappropriate

Health: One-third of Knee Replacements in the US may be Inappropriate »

Source: Reuters

Judging by the symptoms of people with knee arthritis, one-third of knee replacement surgeries may be inappropriate, according to a new

Health: Chest-pain Follow-up Linked to Better Survival,  Heart Health

Health: Chest-pain Follow-up Linked to Better Survival, Heart Health »

Source: Reuters

After an emergency-room visit for chest pain, people who follow-up with a doctor are less likely than those who don’t do

Health: Study Links Processed Red Meat to Heart Failure Among Men

Health: Study Links Processed Red Meat to Heart Failure Among Men »

Source: Reuters

Men who report eating lots of sausages and cold cuts are more likely to wind up in the hospital for heart

Health: Prenatal Alcohol Exposure Tied to Balance, Coordination Problems

Health: Prenatal Alcohol Exposure Tied to Balance, Coordination Problems »

Source: Reuters

Children who are diagnosed with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder are at higher risk of having impaired gross motor skills, according to

Health: Insured Young Cancer Patients Fare Better, Live  Longer: Study

Health: Insured Young Cancer Patients Fare Better, Live Longer: Study »

Young adults with cancer are far more likely to recover or live longer if they have health insurance, a new study on the

Health: Home Walking Program May Help Clogged Leg Arteries

Health: Home Walking Program May Help Clogged Leg Arteries »

Source: Reuters

People with poor circulation in their legs benefit from a home-based walking program and are more likely to keep it up

Health: Researchers to Study Whether Mobile Phones Affect  Teenage Brains

Health: Researchers to Study Whether Mobile Phones Affect Teenage Brains »

Source: Reuters

British researchers are launching the largest study in the world to investigate whether using mobile phones and other wireless gadgets might

Health: FDA Questions Use of Aspirin to Prevent first Heart  Attack

Health: FDA Questions Use of Aspirin to Prevent first Heart Attack »

Source: Reuters

The US Food and Drug Administration on Monday questioned the value of taking aspirin to try to ward off a first

Health: Cholesterol Drug Users may use Pills as a License  to Overeat

Health: Cholesterol Drug Users may use Pills as a License to Overeat »

Source: Reuters

People who take the common cholesterol-lowering drugs known as statins may feel a false sense of security and eat a bit