The CDC is working with health departments around the country to search for signs of poliovirus in wastewater....

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Now there's scientific proof: coffee may be as good for your heart as it is for your soul....

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Masking is now urged only in communities seeing "high" transmission of the virus....

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It's "absolutely" OK to talk with your child about suicide, a family therapist said....

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The BA.5 variant from the summer wave of cases has now fallen to 81.3% of new infections....

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"We now have patients that would have died within two years of a diagnosis living 15, 20, 25, 30 years, essentially cured of their malignancies," AACR President Lisa Coussens said....

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"It is a poison that is continuously infecting, not only Colorado, but every community throughout this country."...

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Providers have reported delays in shipments of Moderna's new shots, which make up some 20% of doses around the country....

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Formulas for toddlers are a burgeoning business. Here's what parents need to know....

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The proposed measure intends to identify early signs of anxiety and depression in Americans who may not be exhibiting symptoms yet, but could benefit from mental health care....

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Genetic testing for mutations linked to breast cancer is more widely available than ever. But the significance is often murky....

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A recent Supreme Court ruling has raised the bar to convict doctors accused of fueling the opioid crisis....

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The New Yorker writer and author of "Strangers to Ourselves" says we can increase our understanding of mental illness by paying more attention to the stories patients tell about their individual experience to find meaning for themselves....

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With flu season approaching, Dr. David Agus also urged people to get their flu shots....

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