14 Festive & Healthy Halloween Recipes (Kids Will Love)

Our family loves Halloween! It’s true, in the early days we were trick-or-treating holdouts (all that sugary artificial candy… shudder!). Now that my kids are older and we’ve figured out a healthy balance, times have changed. We just buy candy with better ingredients (and make sure to have non-candy treats too). Reinventing our dinner plan is another way […]

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Who's At Risk For 'Long COVID?'

About 5% of those with COVID-19 will have symptoms for eight weeks or more, according to the preprint analysis of data, CNN reported Wednesday.

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385: Root Canals, Wisdom Teeth, Remineralizing Teeth, and More With Dr. Kelly Blodgett

This episode is about one of my favorite research topics, oral health. I’m here with Dr. Kelly Blodgett, a recognized leader in holistic dentistry. Dr. Kelly has a fascinating and integrative approach to common dental health questions on topics like root canals, wisdom teeth, remineralizing teeth, gum disease, and a lot more. And some of […]

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Scientists Discover New Organs in the Throat

If confirmed, these glands could be the first of their kind discovered in about 300 years. Modern anatomy books show only three types of salivary glands, a set near the ears, another below the jaw and a third under the tongue

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Survey: Many Baby Boomers Not Screened for Hepatitis C Despite Risk

Almost half of baby boomers in a WebMD reader survey said they haven’t been tested for hepatitis C. And as many aren’t aware that a cure exists.

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Purdue to Plead Guilty to Opioid-Related Crimes

The company will plead guilty to three counts, including conspiracy to defraud the United States and violating federal anti-kickback laws, the Justice Department officials to the AP.

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Cells That Drive Diabetes Seen in Healthy People

Scientists knew that dangerous T-cells lived in the pancreases of people with type 1 diabetes, but a new study shows they also take up residence in the pancreases of healthy individuals.

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One Big Reason Women May Be Less Prone to COVID-19

A survey conducted in eight countries in March and April found substantial gender differences both in numbers of people who considered COVID-19 to be a serious health crisis and who agreed with public policies to help fight the pandemic.

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