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Brush Up on Swim Safety for Summer

Pediatricians' group offers tips on how to protect kids by the pool, lake or ocean

Lawn Mowers Are Risky Business for Kids

Injuries can lead to amputations, pediatric trauma expert cautions

Meth Addicts' Hearts May Improve If They Quit

Only those who stopped using the drug reaped cardiac benefits, researchers say

To Lose Weight, Start With Dairy Swaps

You can cut out some calories and add calcium

5 Essential Tips for Hospital Patients and Their Visitors

Start by keeping hands clean, health experts say

Fire Up the Grill Safely This Holiday Weekend

Some expert tips on avoiding trouble with gas and charcoal barbecues

5 Food Groups to Jump-Start Nutrition

It's OK to take baby steps to improve your diet

Bystander CPR Helps Save Brain Function After Near-Drowning

Heart compressions were even more effective than automatic defibrillator, study finds

Could a Century-Old Drug Help Ease Autism Symptoms?

Small study produced positive results with the sleeping sickness medication suramin, but more research needed

Depression Often a Precursor to Falls in Elderly People

But study found proper dose of psychiatric drugs might erase that danger

Diesel Pollution May Damage the Heart

Try to avoid exercising during heavy pollution times, such as rush hour, researcher says

Gut Bacteria Changes After Some Weight-Loss Surgeries

Better diversity seen after Roux-en-Y gastric bypass, researchers say

Health Highlights: May 26, 2017
  • German Parents Who Don't Have Children Vaccinated Will Face Fines

Health Tip: Exercise Your Brain Every Day

Here's what seniors can do

Hospital 'Baby Boxes' May Help Prevent SIDS in Newborns

The innovative take-home gift helped curb the dangerous practice of bed-sharing, study found

Promising Results for Drug to Fight Arthritis Linked to Psoriasis

Psoriatic arthritis causes painful joint swelling, but new medication Taltz might help

Scientists Report Progress on Genetic Test for Anal Cancer

But research is still in early stages

Warming Climate, More Sleepless Nights?

Poor and elderly will feel the heat the most, study predicts