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Today β€” December 8th 2019Your RSS feeds

New Therapies Help Patients With Dementia Cope With Depression

By Andrea Petersen

Many patients with cognitive impairment have anxiety or depression, but standard treatments are difficult for people with memory issues.

New Therapies Help Patients With Dementia Cope With Depression

By Andrea Petersen

Many patients with cognitive impairment have anxiety or depression, but standard treatments are difficult for people with memory issues.

Yesterday β€” December 7th 2019Your RSS feeds

Trump Wants a Review of Toilets: Americans Are Flushing β€˜10 Times, 15 Times’

By Johnny Diaz

The president’s comments about water efficiency standards came up at a discussion on Friday about reducing government red tape.

Flesh-eating bacteria linked to black tar heroin use kills 7 in San Diego: officials

By Madeline Farber

At least seven people in San Diego, Calif., have died in the last two months from a rare but serious bacterial infection linked to black tar heroin use, county officials announced this week. 

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Government Studying Widely Used Chemicals Linked to Health Issues

By Eric Lipton

The class of chemicals, known as PFAS, was used in nonstick pans, stain-resistant clothes and firefighting foam and is found in drinking water in some places.

Hair Dyes and Straighteners May Raise Breast Cancer Risk for Black Women

By Roni Caryn Rabin

A new study finds a weak link between coloring and straightening treatments and breast cancer. But experts caution the results are far from certain.

Hair Dyes and Straighteners May Raise Breast Cancer Risk for Black Women

By Roni Caryn Rabin

A new study finds a weak link between coloring and straightening treatments and breast cancer. But experts caution the results are far from certain.

Hair Dyes and Straighteners May Raise Breast Cancer Risk for Black Women

By Roni Caryn Rabin

A new study finds a weak link between coloring and straightening treatments and breast cancer. But experts caution the results are far from certain.

Carolyn Konheim, Foe of All That Befouled a City, Dies at 81

By Sam Roberts

Finding her sons’ clothes speckled with soot, a history teacher was transformed into an influential New York environmentalist with pollution in her sights.

Carolyn Konheim, Foe of All That Befouled a City, Dies at 81

By Sam Roberts

Finding her sons’ clothes speckled with soot, a history teacher was transformed into an influential New York environmentalist with pollution in her sights.

Perry Hoffman, 75, Dies; Saw Family Support as Key to Psychiatric Care

By Benedict Carey

Dr. Hoffman established a family network to help people with borderline personality disorder, a support system that become a model for other conditions.

The Crisis in Youth Suicide

By Jane E. Brody

Too often, suicide attempts and deaths by suicide, especially among the young, become family secrets that are not investigated and dealt with in ways that might protect others from a similar fate.

If β€˜Pain Is an Opinion,’ There Are Ways to Change Your Mind

By Austin Frakt

All pain is real, but it’s also true that it’s “made by the brain” and that we can exert some control over it.

If β€˜Pain Is an Opinion,’ There Are Ways to Change Your Mind

By Austin Frakt

All pain is real, but it’s also true that it’s “made by the brain” and that we can exert some control over it.

3 Hours of Exercise a Week May Lower Your Depression Risk

By Gretchen Reynolds

Walking, jogging, yoga or any type of exercise may help to ward off depression, even in those with a genetic susceptibility.

How to survive the holidays while sober

By Hannah Frishberg

Alcohol.org says that the period between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day sees some of “the most extreme cases of alcohol consumption” for Americans.

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