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Teenagers Are Quitting HS Sports Due to Body Image Concerns Driven by Social Media

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COVID-19 Linked to Increased Risk of Guillain-Barré Syndrome, a Rare but Serious Autoimmune Disorder, New Study Finds

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Transgender and bisexual adults have rates of loneliness that are much higher than that of cisgender and heterosexual people, new data shows.

Federal health data on U.S. adults from 2022 finds the highest rates of self-reported loneliness among people who identify as bisexual (56.7%) or transgender (rates ranging from 56.4% to 63.9%), acco...

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Microplastics Found in Human Penises

Microplastics Found in Human Penises

Seven different kinds of microplastics have been discovered in human penises for the first time.

The tiny fragments, formed when plastic products break down in the environment, were found in four of five samples of penis tissue, researchers reported Wednesday in IJIR: Your Sexual Medicine Journal.

These minuscule partic...

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Colombian Family's Genes Could Hold Key to Delaying Alzheimer's

Colombian Family's Genes Could Hold Key to Delaying Alzheimer's

A Colombian family’s genetics are shining a spotlight on a gene that might help protect people from the ravages of Alzheimer’s disease.

About 1,200 out of 6,000 family members carry a genetic variant called the “Paisa mutation,” which dooms them to early Alzheimer’s, researchers said.

But 28 family members with the Paisa mu...

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Walking May Do Wonders for Back Pain, Study Finds

Walking May Do Wonders for Back Pain, Study Finds

If you've recovered from lower back pain, try walking away from a recurrence.

New research out of Australia shows that folks who started a walking regimen kept recurrent back pain episodes at bay for much longer than people who didn't.

“We don’t know exactly why walking is so good for preventing back pain, but it is likely to inc...

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Certain Prostate Meds Might Help Prevent Dementia

Certain Prostate Meds Might Help Prevent Dementia

Prostate medications might help reduce the risk of a specific type of dementia, a new study suggests.

People were less likely to develop Lewy body dementia when taking drugs designed to treat urinary symptoms caused by an enlarged prostate, researchers reported June 19 in the journal Neurology.

“These results are exciting,...

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1 in 4 U.S. Yards May Have Unsafe Levels of Lead

1 in 4 U.S. Yards May Have Unsafe Levels of Lead

The yards of 1 in every 4 U.S. households have soil lead levels that exceed new federal lead screening levels of 200 parts per million (ppm), a new study finds.

“I was shocked at how many households were above the new 200 ppm guideline,” said Gabriel Filippelli, a biochemist at Indiana University who led the new study. “I assumed it...

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