Task Force: Screen for Colon Cancer at Age 45

Average folks should start being screened at age 45 to prevent colon cancer, five years earlier than is now recommended, the nation’s top preventive medicine panel says.

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Early Skin-to-Skin Contact Helps Baby's Brain

Research suggests that skin-to-skin contact in the first few months of an infant’s life can play a key role in baby’s development.

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How to Make Rose Water

Rose water is not only beautifully fragrant but extremely versatile. It has an extensive range of uses including facial toner, hair perfume, cooling mist, and linen freshener. Rose petals are edible and rosewater has a place in the culinary world as well. I use rose water to replace some or all of the water in […]

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COVID-19 Antibodies Decline Over Time, Study Shows

Rather than building up immunity, the number of people with antibodies fell from 6% at the start of the study to 4.4% at the end – a drop of about 26.5%, the release said.

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Is Your Teen Ready to Drive?

Research suggests that young drivers with poor working memory — a type of cognitive skill — are significantly more likely to have a car accident.

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Manage Risk to Stay Safe for COVID Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving will be another holiday impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, with the CDC and other experts recommending either significantly scaled-down, socially distanced activities or replacing the usual traditions with virtual ones to avoid exposure to the airborne illness.

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We Asked Five Experts for COVID Thanksgiving Advice

Thing you’re ready for Thanksgiving during a pandemic? We asked five scientists and doctors for their best tips.

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A Closer Look at Joe Biden's Health

So just how healthy is Biden? Quite healthy, according to the most  recent medical assessment released by Biden’s doctor in December 2019.

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