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Strengthening immune health can help protect against COVID-19
Research shows people with underlying health conditions or compromised immune systems are at greater risk as the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, spreads — but experts say taking steps to improve health could make a big difference.
US health-care system costs four times more than Canada's single-payer system
Administering health care in the United States costs four times as much as it does in Canada, which has had a single-payer system for nearly 60 years, according to a new study.
One in three child cancer survivors develop serious health problem later in life
Survivors of childhood cancer are at increased risk for severe health problems later in life compared to the general population, according to a study published in The Lancet Oncology.
Pele 'good' despite son's health claims
Legendary Brazil forward Pele spoke for the first time since his son claimed he was reluctant to leave his house, saying his health issues were "normal for people of my age."
Pele 'embarrassed' to leave house because of declining health, says son
Legendary Brazil forward Pele is reluctant to leave his house because he cannot walk unaided, his son said.
High testosterone takes different health toll on men, women
High levels of the testosterone may trigger different health problems in men and women, a new study reveals.
Mental health clarity urged for uni students' parents in UK
Universities need to be much clearer about whether they will contact parents if students have a mental health crisis, says a social mobility charity.
Schumacher’s health ‘very altered, deteriorated’: Neurosurgeon
Formula One legend Michael Schumacher is likely “very altered and deteriorated” six years on from suffering serious head injuries after a skiing accident in 2013 and will be a “very different person from who we remember", according to a leading neurosurgeon.
Things health experts wish you knew about anxiety
Anxiety is fairly common — nearly 18 percent of the population has an anxiety disorder. Yet, it's often misunderstood.
Metabolic switching may be key to weight loss, good health
Now that 2020 has arrived and you’re done with partying and binge-eating, we’re sure you’re thinking of the best way to lose the holiday weight. You might also have made a New Year's resolution to get fitter and maintain better diet practices. If you have, then suggestions made by a recent study may be of great interest to you.
Health fears could curb flavor options in e-cigarettes in UK
Vaping companies could be asked to fund research into the health effects of flavored liquids used in e-cigarettes under plans being considered by the UK’s medicines watchdog.
Children refused NHS mental health care for not being unwell enough
Children with mental health problems must be severely unwell before they can get help at NHS trusts across England, an investigation has found.
Are your friends bad for your health?
At the start of a new year, lots of people will resolve to make a healthy lifestyle change.

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