The latest national data show that when it comes to suicide, Americans are increasingly resorting to firearms as their method of choice.
An analysis by researchers at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention finds that of the nearly 50,000 suicides recorded in the United States in 2022, more than half (27,000) involved a g... Full Page
Ernie Mundell HealthDay Reporter
November 30, 2023
A woman who gets her regular mammograms as scheduled is much less likely to die from breast cancer than if she skips screenings, a new study shows.
Women with breast cancer who underwent all her scheduled mammograms had a survival rate of 80%, compared with survival rates as low as 59% for women who didn’t participate in any screenings, ... Full Page
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