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16 May

Long-term Exposure to Wildfires Increases Cancer Risk, Study Finds

People who live near wildfires face higher risk for lung cancer and brain tumors, researchers say.

13 May

Alarming Increase in Esophageal Cancer in Middle-Aged Americans, Study Finds

The rate of esophageal cancer in adults ages 45 to 64 nearly doubled over an 8-year span, researchers say.

12 May

High Blood Pressure During Pregnancy Linked to Heart Disease Later in Life

Pregnant women who experience gestational hypertension or preeclampsia at increased risk for heart disease later in life, researchers say.

Pfizer COVID Vaccine Saved 110,000 American Lives: Study

By Robert Preidt HealthDay Reporter May 16, 2022

Pfizer COVID Vaccine Saved 110,000 American Lives: Study

As the United States mourns one million deaths from COVID-19, a new study indicates the grim tally could have been worse. Use of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine prevented more than 110,000 deaths and 690,000 hospitalizations in the United States in 2021, researchers report.

The vaccine also prevented 8.7 million symptomatic cases of ... Full Page

After Roe v. Wade: Could Bans on Out-of-State Abortions, Mail-Order Pills Be Next?

Alan Mozes HealthDay Reporter May 16, 2022

After Roe v. Wade: Could Bans on Out-of-State Abortions, Mail-Order Pills Be Next?

"I do not believe that the overturning of Roe v. Wade is where any of this will end."

So warns Rachel Fey, vice president of policy and strategic partnerships for Power to Decide, a contraception advocacy group dedicated to reducing the risk for unplanned pregnancies.

Elisa Wells, co-director of Plan C, an organization focused on ens... Full Page

Hispanics Wait Half-Hour Longer in ER When Chest Pain Strikes

Amy Norton HealthDay Reporter May 16, 2022

Hispanics Wait Half-Hour Longer in ER When Chest Pain Strikes

When Hispanic Americans arrive in the emergency room with chest pain, they have to wait longer for care than other people with the same symptoms, a preliminary study finds.

Chest pain, a potential sign of heart attack, is one of the leading reasons people end up in an ER. But the new findings suggest that Hispanic patients may face unneces... Full Page

Wildfire Survivors Could Face Higher Cancer Risk

Denise Mann HealthDay Reporter May 16, 2022

Wildfire Survivors Could Face Higher Cancer Risk

MONDAY, May 16, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- Wildfires, like the one currently raging in New Mexico, are known to cause upticks in breathing issues and heart attacks in their immediate wake for folks who live nearby.

Now, new Canadian research shows that these fires may also increase risk for lung and brain cancer over time.... Full Page

When Abortion Means Traveling, More Women Forgo Procedure: Study

Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter May 16, 2022

When Abortion Means Traveling, More Women Forgo Procedure: Study

Long-distance travel will likely prove a nearly insurmountable barrier to some women seeking abortion if Roe v. Wade is overturned as expected, a new study concludes.

Women who need an abortion are more than twice as likely to delay the procedure or decide to continue their pregnancy if they live 50 or more miles from a clinic, compared wi... Full Page

Various Mental Illnesses Share Same Genes: Study

By Robert Preidt HealthDay Reporter May 16, 2022

Various Mental Illnesses Share Same Genes: Study

Many people who get a diagnosis for one mental illness may find they have additional psychiatric conditions, and new genetic research offers an explanation why.

A number of mental illnesses share genetic similarities, researchers found. This discovery helps explain why multiple conditions are common among people with psychiatric disorders,... Full Page

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