Month You Give Birth Could Affect Postpartum Depression RiskIt's estimated that 1 in 9 women in the United States develops postpartum depression, and the time of year a new mom gives birth may make a difference.
New Guidelines On How To Avoid Germs At Pediatrician's OfficeCold and flu season is upon us. So how do we stay healthy with all this coughing and sniffling in our midst?
Intense Cold Therapy Salons Opening In Boston AreaBelievers of all ages say a pain treatment now available in the Boston are works, as long as you don't mind the cold.
Keller @ Large: Rep. Stephen Lynch 'Stunned' By Opioid Maneuvering In CongressRep. Stephen Lynch says he was "stunned" by the March 2016 maneuvering by GOP leaders in Congress to pass a bill curbing federal power to crackdown on suspected opioid distribution scofflaw.
HealthWatch: Stress Bad For Gut, Walking Can Help You Live LongerThere's growing evidence that your gut health is closely tied to your overall health.
FDA Approves Gene Therapy Tested In Boston To Treat Adults With LymphomaIt's the second such gene therapy approved--and it uses the same technology as the first one, which was tested in Boston.
Recovery Coaches Help Opioid Addicts Stay Clean After TreatmentRecovery coaches are there to keep an eye on those in recovery and intervene before it's too late.
HealthWatch: More Children Having Trouble Seeing; Factors That Affect LifespanA growing number of young children are having trouble seeing, and researchers identified several lifestyle factors that can have an impact on the length of your life.
HealthWatch: C-Section Obesity Risk, Baby Talk Same Around WorldHaving a C-section puts a woman's offspring at higher risk of obesity and women all over the world speak to their babies in the same way.
World Health Organization: Childhood Obesity On The RiseThe World Health Organization says the number of obese children and teens is now 10-times higher than it was 40-years ago.
Study: Listening Is More Important Than Looking When It Comes to FeelingsA new study suggests that if you want to know how someone is feeling you might want to close your eyes and listen.
'Opioid-Sparing Strategy' For Surgery Lowers Risk For AddictionThe idea is to lower a patient’s risk of getting addicted to opioid pain relief by minimizing their exposure post-surgery.

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