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Medical News Today: Is acetaminophen in pregnancy linked to behavioral problems in offspring?

Mon, 08/15/2016 - 08:00
A study suggests that acetaminophen use, generally considered safe during pregnancy, may lead to a higher rate of behavioral issues in children.

Medical News Today: Gout flare-ups could be managed by blood pressure diet

Mon, 08/15/2016 - 07:00
Gout is both painful and common, yet the mechanisms behind it are not known. A new analysis of old data shows that easy dietary changes may keep it at bay.

Medical News Today: Swap a soda for water to reduce weight gain

Mon, 08/15/2016 - 06:00
Swapping an 8-ounce sugary drink for water reduces calorie intake, obesity prevalence, and benefits overall health, say Virginia Tech researchers.

Medical News Today: 9 Diabetes Superfoods and How to Prepare Them

Mon, 08/15/2016 - 05:00
Learn all about nine different superfoods for people with diabetes. This article looks at walnuts, Ezekiel bread, and chia seeds among others.

Medical News Today: Drivers weigh more than cyclists, study finds

Sun, 08/14/2016 - 23:00
People who use cars as their primary form of transport may be putting their health at risk, after research reveals they weigh more than cyclists.

Medical News Today: Food commercials change children's eating priorities

Sun, 08/14/2016 - 23:00
Researchers find watching food commercials changes children's brain activity, influencing their food decisions by altering taste preferences.

Medical News Today: Blood vessel-forming protein could offer alternative to heart bypass surgery

Sat, 08/13/2016 - 23:00
Using mouse models, researchers shed light on how a protein called AGGF1 forms new blood vessels, which could help treat heart disease and heart attack.

Medical News Today: HIV: Newly discovered component could lead to more effective drugs

Sat, 08/13/2016 - 23:00
Scientists have uncovered a feature that HIV uses to infect cells while avoiding immune system detection. This finding could lead to improved treatments.