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Sleep hours might elevate risk of cancer, early death in adults
People who had high blood pressure or diabetes and slept less than 6 hours had twice the increased risk of dying from heart disease or stroke.
Adults with HIV who have compassionate care providers start and remain in treatment longer
Adults with HIV are more likely to continue life-saving treatments if their primary health care providers show respect, unconditional empathy without judgement and demonstrate an ability to partner with patients in decision making to address their goals, a Rutgers study finds.
Even in svelte adults, cutting about 300 calories daily protects heart
New data from a two-year Duke Health trial suggests when it comes to cutting your risk for killer ailments such as diabetes and heart disease, there's always room for improvement.
Respiratory symptoms predict life expectancy in older adults
New research published in Respirology suggested that some respiratory symptoms may predict an earlier death in older adults. Also, such predictions differ by smoking status.
Adults in Nepal more prone to mental health problems
About 13.2 percent youths aged 18 and above in Nepal suffer from mental health problems, according to a report.
Digital media linked to depression in young adults
More US adolescents and young adults in the late 2010s, versus the mid-2000s, experienced serious psychological distress, major depression or suicidal thoughts.
Long-term obesity tied to higher dementia risk in healthy older adults
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.
How young adults experience pain affects self-injury, Rutgers study finds
Teen-agers and young adults who intentionally hurt themselves engage in such behavior based, in part, on how they experience pain and their emotional distress, according to a Rutgers (the State University of New Jersey) study.
Nearly half of US adults have cardiovascular disease: Study
A new report estimates that nearly half of all US adults have some form of heart or blood vessel disease, a medical milestone that's mostly due to recent guidelines that expanded how many people have high blood pressure.
Older adults fall less if they exercise, study says
Exercise may be able to save older adults from taking costly spills, new research said.
ED visits can indicate increased suicide risk among teens, young adults
A new study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine provides detailed insights on the increased risk of self-directed violence that patients aged 15-29 years visiting the emergency department (ED) for medical complaints subsequently experience
Many older adults don't take prescribed antidepressants
Older adults who are prescribed medication for depression by primary care physicians often fail to start taking these drugs or to continue using them as directed, a Dutch study suggested.
Report: Half of US adults have family member who has been incarcerated
Nearly half of all American adults have an immediate family member who has experienced incarceration, according to a new study published on Thursday that spotlights the extent of mass imprisonment in the US.
Most older adults would willingly take fewer medicines
Most elderly patients taking multiple prescription medications would be willing to reduce their daily pill regimen to minimize their risk of side effects like falls or dangerous drug interactions, a US study suggested.
78% of adults face premature death in England: Study
A new study carried out by a UK government health agency has indicated that nearly four out of five adults in England face early death because of heart damage from unhealthy lifestyles.

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