People with migraines may be at higher odds of also having chronic dry eye disease, and that's especially true for seniors, new research showed.
Study: Dry eyes, migraines might be linked
A recent investigation into food choices reaches a surprising conclusion.
Trying to eat healthfully? Choose an indulgent dessert first
Thousands of vaccines are being delivered to health centers in New Zealand's Canterbury district, with a measles outbreak widening to 20 confirmed cases as health officials warned that the number is expected to rise over the coming days and weeks.
Measles outbreak in New Zealand's Canterbury widens to 20
It was quiet Friday mid-morning on October 12, 2018, a day when the workflow is routinely sluggish in most offices, when the city suddenly became abuzz.
Depression strains economy and prevents employees' growth
Atopic eczema (also known as atopic dermatitis) is the most common form of eczema, a condition that causes the skin to become itchy, red, dry and cracked.
Vitamins and minerals to treat eczema
Having an unpredictable sleep pattern can put a person a higher cardiovascular risk, a new study said.
Irregular sleeping may hurt heart health, study says
A supplement given to breastfed premature babies after they leave hospital can prevent weight loss at a crucial time in their development, a small study suggested.
Nutrient supplement 'boosts growth of breastfed premature babies'
Health experts have warned that about 2.6 million children in the Philippines were at risk due to a measles outbreak in the country as more people have died from the disease this year than in all of 2018, the media reported on Friday.
2.6 million children at risk in Philippines measles outbreak
Many middle-aged and older adults with torn cartilage and pain in their knee are not likely to benefit from so-called arthroscopic surgery, a review of past studies suggests.
Knee surgery for torn cartilage may not be worthwhile
Healthy older adults who have been obese for years may be at higher risk of developing dementia than their peers who aren’t overweight, research from the UK suggested.
Long-term obesity tied to higher dementia risk in healthy older adults

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