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New Study Supports Lowering Age of First Colonoscopy

The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force — which sets federal screening standards — still recommends a starting age of 50 for people at average risk.

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U.S. Maternal Death Rate Holds Steady

In 2018, 658 women died while pregnant or within 42 days of the end of pregnancy, and there were 17.4 maternal deaths per 100,000 live births.

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I Just Did a Whole 30… Where Do I Go From Here?

I love mini wellness challenges or experiments because the short duration is usually doable for most people. Whole30 is a perfect example. It’s only 30 days and then you can go back to your old diet if you want. Easy! What most people find at the end of the 30 days is that they love …

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Hearing loss may affect brain health

Research into a possible connection between age-related hearing loss and brain function found that there is an association, with subjects 50 or older showing signs of cognitive decline even before reaching clinically defined hearing loss.

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Australia Is About to Experience a ‘Bonanza’ of Deadly Spiders, Experts Warn

After devastating wildfires swept through parts of Australia, including Sydney, hot and humid weather produced the perfect conditions for spiders to emerge. An urgent warning was given to the public about the invasion of these deadly spiders, known as funnel web spiders. These spiders are known as the world’s most venomous spider, according to the …

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Life Expectancy in U.S. Increases for First Time in 4 Years

The jump in longevity comes as deaths from opioid overdoses dropped for the first time in 28 years, as did deaths from six of the 10 leading causes.

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Could Strep Throat Become Untreatable?

A new study warns that strains of bacteria that cause strep throat and “flesh-eating disease” appear close to becoming resistant to penicillin and other antibiotics known as beta-lactams.

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Human Trafficking Continues To Be A Growing Problem In Florida

The boom of the Jeffery Epstein sex scandal shed unwanted light on the state of Florida throughout 2019. Thanks to diligent reporting from the Miami Herald, the once prominent multimillionaire was shown to be in fact a malicious sex offender. Epstein was alleged to have sexually assaulted, raped, and even trafficked young girls within the …

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New Law Would Give Tax Credits To People Who Rescue Pets

According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals® (ASPCA®), there are about 6.5 million companion animals arriving at U.S. animal shelters every year. The numbers are pretty close when it comes to the breakdown of cats and dogs with about 3.2 million cats and 3.3 million dogs. Sadly, there are as …

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