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More patients are turning to supplements, exercise and mind-body therapies to treat symptoms.
This stress-induced heart condition has jumped significantly since the COVID-19 crisis began.
Researchers say the benefits were seen in patients 55 and older.Their impact on anxiety disorders is still not clear.
Bodies stressed by severe COVID-19 could produce abnormally high blood sugar levels, even in people without diagnosed diabetes. And that appears tied to a doubling of the odds of dying from COVID-19, Chinese researchers report.
High blood sugar (glucose) levels, measured at the time of admission to the hospital, were also linked to mor...
Kids whose moms used pot while pregnant may end up with sleep problems years later, a new study suggests.
Looking at thousands of 9- and 10-year-olds, University of Colorado researchers found that children were more likely to have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep if their mother had used marijuana prenatally.
Health care in the United States is often touted as the best in the world, but Americans seem to be in worse health than their British peers, a new study shows.
Even the richest Americans in their 50s and early 60s had higher rates of diabetes, high blood pressure, arthritis and mental health problems than their wealthy British counter...
Cardiovascular deaths related to high blood pressure, often called a silent killer, continued to rise over the last two decades, according to new research, which showed stark health inequities.
Black people had a nearly twofold higher mortality rate than their white peers for hypertension-related heart disease deaths in 2018, according t...
New U.S. coronavirus cases surged across 37 states on Sunday, with worsening hotspots in the South and West also fueling new daily records for COVID-19 deaths.
Florida recorded more than 15,000 new infections on Sunday, breaking the daily record for new cases once held by New York back at the beginning of the pandemic, The New York ...
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Hospitals have put in place strict no-visitation rules meant to prevent the spread of COVID-19, but these precautions have led to another heart-wrenching dilemma.
People are dying alone, gasping their last breath without any family or friends there to provide comfort.
Now, some experts are arguing this shouldn't be the case, ...
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