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  1. Urban dwellers who frequently visit green spaces, such as parks and community gardens, have a lower use of some commonly prescribed medications.
  2. A cancer survivor as a child, Maggie Rogers now works with the American Cancer Society to help others like her.
  3. It’s possible to catch COVID-19 and a cold or flu at the same time. Here are tips on how to feel better with a coinfection.
  4. A new study finds the viruses mutated in deer, which suggests variants had likely been circulating in the animals for many months.
  5. If you thought AI was remarkable, just wait until you see these.
  6. The AI everyone's talking about identified Alzheimer's 80% of the time by analyzing people's speech.
  7. A recent study shows that people who picked up community gardening were able to improve their physical and mental health. Is it time to change our approach, and expand the path to finding a healthy lifestyle that's right for you?
  8. A new study finds dogs that are bigger, male and purebred may get a diagnosis of cancer earlier in its life compared to other dogs.
  9. New research suggests major pregnancy complications, such as preeclampsia and preterm birth, should be recognized as lifelong risk factors for women's heart disease.
  10. A new study finds the color of your skin may determine whether you get follow up care after a stroke.
  11. Researchers say brushing, flossing, and regular dental checkups are vital for brain health.
  12. YouTubers are ditching the pill and pushing more “natural” contraception methods, putting impressionable young women at risk of unintended pregnancy.
  13. The FDA says it is confident that at-home rapid tests like those for COVID-19 are forthcoming for flu and RSV.
  14. A new study suggests that following a healthy lifestyle is linked to slower memory decline in older adults, even in people with the apolipoprotein E4 (APOE4) gene—one of the strongest known risk factors for Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias.
  15. The Biden administration announced Monday that it will be ending the twin emergency declarations of COVID-19, marking the switch from COVID-19 “pandemic” to “endemic” status. Here's what to know.
  16. Side effects from the drug semaglutide can range from nausea and vomiting to premature aging of the face, as well as heart problems.
  17. The use of vitamin D supplements may reduce the risk of suicide attempts and self-harm in U.S. veterans, a new study says. In particular, Black veterans and those with low blood levels of vitamin D had the most significant response to the supplements.
  18. Nonstop inflammation and immune problems top the list of potential causes of long COVID, but doctors say it’s growing clear that more than one factor is to blame for the wide swath of often debilitating symptoms that could last months or even years.
  19. Researchers found that compared with women of color in office jobs, hair stylists had higher levels of various chemicals in their urine.
  20. A new study suggests people who stay married for the long haul may gain some protection from dementia.
  21. New research suggests.people who have autism feel pain at a higher intensity than others, which is the opposite of what many believe to be true.
  22. In How Medicine Works and When It Doesn't, F. Perry Wilson, MD, guides readers through the murky and often treacherous landscape of modern medicine.
  23. New research shows autism services are harder to find in many of the places where Black, Hispanic and Native American families live.
  24. Doctors currently use a regimen of three antibiotics to treat TB of the lungs. A new study showed that is not effective in treating TB meningitis.
  25. Doing so will have many effects, including the end of free vaccines and health services to fight the pandemic. The public health emergency has been renewed every 90 days since it was declared by the Trump administration in January 2020.

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