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Close Friendships in High School Make for Happier Adults

Meanwhile, popular kids may end up with more anxiety later, study suggests

Did You Damage Your Eyes Viewing the Eclipse?

Experts say cases always arise after these events, and here's how to tell if you were affected

Doctor-Patient Dialogue May Boost Use of Blood Pressure Drugs

Physicians in poor neighborhoods should ask about employment, relationships, study says

He Complains She Shops Too Much -- And Marriage Suffers

Study finds one spouse's views on the other's spending can bring conflict that undermines relationship

Health Highlights: Aug. 22, 2017
  • Jury Awards $417 Million in Baby Powder Case

Health Tip: Get Moving and Stay Active

And improve heart health

Health Tip: Heat and the Elderly

How to stay safe when temperatures rise

Meditation's Soothing Effects

3 easy ways to explore this mind-body technique

More Evidence Contact Sports Can Affect the Brain

Some changes in structure, chemistry seen in college athletes who take hits during play

Are Depressed Teens Prone to Violence?

Study findings underscore need for early treatment, researcher says

Having Same-Sex Parents Won't Affect Kids' Gender Identity: Study

Research showed no differences from children raised by heterosexual couples

Health Highlights: Aug. 21, 2017
  • Comedy Icon Jerry Lewis Dies at 91

Health Tip: Keep Your Sponge Cleaner

Here's what you can do

Health Tip: Prevent Dehydration

How to avoid a summer threat

Hernia Patients May Need Fewer Opioids After Surgery, Study Finds

After repair, smaller prescriptions led to fewer pills that could be diverted or abused

Kids' Cases of High Blood Pressure May Rise Under New Guidelines

Simplified tables from American Academy of Pediatrics likely to raise detection rates

Lower Blood Pressure Best for Seniors' Minds

And study found that healthy reductions may benefit blacks even more than whites

Sitting Could Be Big Health Risk for Frail Folks

Being sedentary not linked to early death in people who are generally healthy, study finds

Study Supports Annual Mammograms Starting at Age 40

Researchers estimate thousands more U.S. lives would be saved each year

Zika Hijacks Pregnant Woman's Immune System

Virus can then damage growing fetus, researchers report

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