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For Back Pain, Earlier Is Better for Physical Therapy

Amy Norton HealthDay Reporter August 9, 2022

For Back Pain, Earlier Is Better for Physical Therapy

TUESDAY, Aug. 9, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- When people have backaches bad enough to send them to the doctor, prompt physical therapy may be a wise choice, a new study suggests.

Researchers found that when those patients had "early" PT -- within a couple weeks of seeing a doctor -- they were less likely to need other, ofte... Full Page

Climate Change Making 218 Infectious Diseases Even Worse

By Steven Reinberg HealthDay Reporter August 9, 2022

Climate Change Making 218 Infectious Diseases Even Worse

Flooding, heat waves and drought have made 58% of infectious diseases worse, a new analysis claims.

For the review of previous studies, published Aug. 8 in the journal Nature Climate Change, researchers found that 218 of the known 375 infectious diseases have been made worse by climate change, including malaria, hantavirus, cholera and ant... Full Page

AHA News: What's New This Year For School Lunches?

American Heart Association News HealthDay Reporter August 9, 2022

AHA News: What's New This Year For School Lunches?

In the past, school cafeterias might have served as a source for more punchlines than nutrition. But lunch is a more dynamic and, these days, healthy part of students' lives than many people realize.

Some of its importance is obvious. "You really don't need to do a study showing that if kids are hungry, they're going to have a harder time ... Full Page

Olivia Newton-John, Singer and Actress, Dies at 73

By Steven Reinberg and Robin Foster HealthDay Reporters August 9, 2022

Olivia Newton-John, Singer and Actress, Dies at 73

Australian singer Olivia Newton-John, a major pop star and actress of the '70s and '80s known for her role in the blockbuster movie "Grease," died on Monday. She was 73.

"Dame Olivia Newton-John passed away peacefully at her Ranch in Southern California this morning, surrounded by family and friends. We ask that everyone please respect the... Full Page

Pot Users Less Likely to Think Cigarettes Are Unhealthy: Study

By Cara Murez HealthDay Reporter August 9, 2022

Pot Users Less Likely to Think Cigarettes Are Unhealthy: Study

Could cannabis end up being a gateway drug for cigarettes?

Possibly, said researchers from Columbia University, who found that adults who use pot daily do not perceive smoking a pack a day as being as harmful as those who do not use pot do.

"In the context of recent findings that perception of risk plays a key role in predicting sub... Full Page

Rural Americans With Early Alzheimer's Find It Tough to See Specialists

By Sydney Murphy HealthDay Reporter August 9, 2022

Rural Americans With Early Alzheimer's Find It Tough to See Specialists

Rural Americans with early-onset Alzheimer's disease are less likely than city dwellers to see a specialist and undergo tests that can help them and their families manage, new research reveals.

While most Alzheimer's patients are over 65, about 6% develop the disease between the ages of 30 and 65. Typically, their mental decline is faster ... Full Page

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