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Breast Reconstruction Complications Similar for Older, Younger Women

The overall risk of complications from breast reconstruction after breast removal is only slightly higher for older women than for younger women, a new study indicates.
Colon Cancer Rates Rising Among Americans Under 50

Although the overall rate of colon cancer has fallen in recent decades, new research suggests that over the last 20 years the disease has been increasing among young and early middle-aged American adults.
Too Much Alcohol at Midlife Raises Stroke Risk, Study Finds

Too much alcohol in middle age can increase your stroke risk as much as high blood pressure or diabetes, a new study suggests.
Flu's Grip on U.S. Starting to Weaken: CDC

After a rough start to the flu season, the number of infections seems to have peaked and is even starting to decline in many parts of the nation, federal health officials reported Thursday.
Nearly 1 in 10 Adults Skips Meds Due to Cost, CDC Says

Nearly one in 10 American adults don't take their medications as prescribed because they can't afford to, health officials reported Thursday.
Liberals, Independents Win Life Span Sweepstakes, Study Claims

Liberals are in luck when it comes to longevity, new research contends.
Study Underscores Power of Placebo Effect

A new study -- this one involving patients with Parkinson's disease -- adds another layer of insight to the well-known "placebo effect." That's the phenomenon in which people's symptoms improve after taking an inactive substance simply because they believe the treatment will work.
Muscle Weakness Affects 1 in 5 Americans Over 80

Almost 1 in 5 Americans 80 and older has weak strength in their muscles, according to new research from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
'Long Life' Gene Might Make Some Smarter, Too: Study

A gene variant believed to "wire" people to live longer might also ensure that they keep their wits about them as they age, a new study reports.
Seniors May Keep Falls a Secret

Many seniors don't tell their doctors they've had a fall because they're worried they'll be told they can't live on their own anymore, a physician says.

 

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