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Electronic cigarettes are booming in popularity and sometimes touted as a helpful tool for quitting smoking. But, because they are relatively new, there is limited knowledge about their health effects.
Alzheimer's disease is often thought of as a part of aging, but it may not have to be. New research suggests a certain vitamin may help prevent the disease.
Antidepressants affect the moods of countless people with depression around the world. But they may also affect their waistlines.
Previous research has suggested that low levels of blood oxygen associated with sleep apnea could prompt cancer development. But new research suggests that may not be the case.
In the past, video games have been associated with antisocial behavior. But a light amount of gaming may not damage kids' social adjustment.
A professional's advice — even if it's about something widely known — can carry a lot of weight. But some professionals may be missing chances to advise patients to quit smoking.
Electronic cigarettes are a newer nicotine product, and the medical community is working to understand their effect on users’ health.
Alcohol has established medical links to liver damage, heart trouble and other conditions. But it could also eventually play a part in memory loss.
For kids who grow up in hostile homes, adverse experiences are common. And for some people, joining the armed forces may be an attempt to leave a negative home life behind.
When babies are born to mothers who used opiates, they may experience symptoms of withdrawal which require treatment.