More than 150,000 American are infected with HIV and don't know they have it, a new analysis has revealed, suggesting that testing and prevention services "have not reached enough Americans," Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) officials said.
CDC: More than 150,000 American people infected with HIV don't know they have it
Introducing peanuts and eggs to high-risk babies as early as three months could prevent them from developing allergies to those foods in later life, a study suggests.
Early introduction of peanuts and eggs ‘may cut allergies in high-risk infants’
Malaria still infects millions of people every year and kills more than 400,000 — mostly children in Africa — because the fight against the mosquito-borne disease has stalled, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Wednesday.
Malaria fight stalling at 'unacceptably high level' of deaths: WHO
People should have their cholesterol level checked from their mid-20s, according to researchers.
'Check your cholesterol from age 25'
Could eating a diet rich in leafy greens and seafood help manage your moods? Research points to yes. In fact, there’s a growing field of science called nutritional psychiatry that focuses on how your diet affects your mental health.
Can you eat to beat depression?
Women are at risk of giving birth early due to warmer temperatures brought on by the climate crisis, a new study found.
Warming temperatures put women at risk of giving birth early
When Kea Turner’s 74-year-old grandmother checked into Virginia’s Sentara Virginia Beach General Hospital with advanced lung cancer, she landed in the oncology unit where every patient was monitored by a bed alarm.
Hospital alarms create a noise misery for patients
An international team of researchers has identified key networks within the brain which they say interact to increase the risk that an individual will think about — or attempt — suicide.
Study identifies brain networks that play crucial role in suicide risk
Brushing teeth frequently is linked with lower risks of atrial fibrillation and heart failure, according to a study published in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, a journal of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC).
Brush your teeth to protect the heart
High blood pressure means your blood pressure is consistently too high and means that the heart has to work harder to pump blood around the body. While the condition doesn’t pose any health risks in the early stages, overtime, a consistently high blood pressure reading can lead to heart and circulatory diseases like heart attack or stroke.
Drinking this Asian tea could help lower your HBP reading

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