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An increase in healthcare wellness research that reveals how cancer cells bypass patients' immune systems undetected is leading to a new emphasis on the use of immunotherapy as treatment.
New research shows that magnesium may be just as effective as calcium in boosting bone health.
New research shows that insomnia may lead to increased use of health services and hospitals.
Researchers survey the factors that may lead to the growing rate of diabetes in sections of the U.S.
Children in the U.S. have a higher chance of developing allergies than foreign-born kids.
New research shows that ER visits due to adverse reactions to sleeping pills containing zolpidem increased dramatically between 2005 and 2010.
With summer on the horizon, individuals in the U.S. should take certain precautions to avoid West Nile virus infection.
The CDC conducts health inspections onboard cruise lines to ensure health and safety among passengers. With quality physician recruitement on board, passengers may be safer.
A new detection device identifies asbestos in real-time. With this technology in place, workers may be less at risk of asbestos exposure.
With swimming season on the horizon, individuals may want to take certain precautions to avoid recreational water illness.