• Beating Cancer Over Breakfast

    Sept. 30

    Black men suffer disproportionate rates of cancer diagnosis and death. According to the American Cancer Society, the death rate for all cancers combined is 33 percent higher among African-American men than among their white counterparts. ...
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  • Win-Win? CVS Joining Forces With Hospitals, Doctors

    Sept. 30

    Neglected to pick up your prescription? Now, there’s a good chance your doctor will know and do something about it, thanks to a slew of new partnerships between CVS Health and various health systems. One ...
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  • CDC Launches New HIV Treatment Campaign

    Sept. 29

    One major force in fighting HIV/AIDS in America is by getting tested. Another important part is for people living with HIV/AIDS to be linked to care and stay in that care. Translation: Patients must get ...
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  • Aim for a Flu-Free Winter

    Sept. 29

    It’s too early for the flu shot, right? Not exactly, experts say. In fact, though summer just ended, now might be the perfect time to get the flu vaccine. Flu season can start in October ...
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  • 5 Health Benefits of an Orgasm

    Sept. 29

    While you may not have pondered the benefits of orgasms beyond how good they feel, it’s our job to do the research. And it turns out that a sexual climax, while not essential for a ...
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  • A New Way Insurers Are Shifting Costs to the Sick

    Sept. 26

    Health insurance companies are no longer allowed to turn away patients because of their pre-existing conditions or charge them more because of those conditions. But some health policy experts say insurers may be doing so ...
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  • Working Day and Night May Lead to Diabetes

    Sept. 26

    You know all work and no play makes Johnny a dull boy, but what you may not know is that working long hours may also make Johnny more likely to develop diabetes—if he has a ...
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  • Optimal Eating

    Sept. 25

    In completely obvious news, eating nutritionally empty foods in unhealthy amounts can make you gain weight. But can the time of day you eat affect your waistline, too? Turns out, getting the majority of your ...
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