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Hospitals And Housing

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..

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Sofrito as Savior?

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.

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Same Meds, New Pill

Stuffing several medications into a “polypill” could aid compliance and improve health over expecting patients to take multiple pills, a U.S. study suggests.

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Nuts To You

Most everyone gains weight with age, but a new study says there could be an unbelievably easy way to cut that gain in half: Just eat nuts.

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New Hope For Pain

A drug meant to help curb the cravings of addiction has found a following for a seemingly counter-intuitive use: to dull pain.

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Weight Loss Surgery

Surgery for weight loss may be an extreme step, but a new study of more than 13,000 patients has found lasting benefits. Patients with obesity…

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How to Import Your Own Drugs

You’ve probably heard that some Americans buy cheap pharmaceuticals in Mexico and Canada, but have you ever wondered exactly how that works?

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Exercise and the Brain

In another exercise-related study, a University of Colorado team found that moderate exercise in people who were otherwise sedentary had a positive impact on the brain…

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