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2nd U.S. Ice Cream Maker Pulls All Products After Listeria Threat

Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams joins Blue Bell Creameries after test showing contamination


Baby Swings, Car Seats Not Safe for Sleeping

To avoid suffocation, put infants down in a crib, expert says


Childhood Abuse, Neglect Linked to High Blood Pressure in Adulthood

Finding suggests interventions aimed at these kids might make a difference, researcher says


Childhood Self-Control Linked to Better Job Prospects Later in Life

Study shows potential long-term impact from behavior learned as a child


Cigars Pose Dangers Similar to Cigarettes

Risk of death and certain cancers increased, study finds


Could Blowing Your Horn Cut Your Odds for Sleep Apnea?

Playing a wind instrument may help strengthen airways, researchers suggest


Daily Aspirin Taken by More Than Half of Older U.S. Adults

Usage doesn't always comply with national guidelines


Drug-Related HIV Outbreak Spurs Nationwide Alert

More than 140 cases of the AIDS-causing virus reported in rural Indiana


Health Highlights: April 24, 2015
  • Tanning Salons Sued by New York State Attorney General

  • Diet Pepsi to Switch from Aspartame to Sucralose

  • Heavy Drinking, Binge Drinking on the Rise in U.S.

  • Minnesota Declares State of Emergency Over Bird Flu

  • FDA Warns Supplement Makers About Stimulant


Health Tip: Get Active During Summer

Suggestions for a healthier you


Health Tip: Preparing Your Child for Camp

Work on social skills


Health Visits May Offer Chance to Prevent Suicide

Study says many see a doctor before ending their life


Late-Life Transition Like Bruce Jenner's Full of Challenges, Rewards, Experts Say

People with issues involving gender identity may struggle for years before taking action


Phone-Focused Parents a Danger to Their Kids at Playground

This distraction raises odds of child injuries, study finds


Prices of MS Drugs Soaring, Study Finds

No medications available for disabling disease for less than $50,000 a year in United States, researchers say


Teens With History of Self-Poisoning Face Greater Suicide Risk

Study finds odds as much as 30 times higher, even years later


Wider Use of Naloxone Could Cut Deaths From Drug Overdoses: CDC

Agency urges expanding access to the prescription antidote among EMS personnel


Young Brains May Gain Skills When Parents Read to Kids

Small study using MRIs suggests being read to boosts ability to visualize stories