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Sun Protection Comes in Many Forms

Thorough and frequent application of sunblock is crucial, expert says

Don't Let Bad Food Spoil a Good Barbecue

Keep the fun going by cooking foods to the right temperatures

6 Sun Safety Tips for 'Don't Fry Day'

National Council on Skin Cancer Prevention reminds you to avoid unprotected sun exposure

Asthma Symptoms Can Bloom in Springtime

Follow your care plan to prevent attacks, expert says

Exploring Zika's Path Through the Placenta

Researchers find the virus can replicate in immune cells

Fewer Inhaled Steroids May Be OK for Asthmatic Children

Study suggests some kids don't need daily dosing, but one expert worries the strategy might have risks

Health Highlights: May 27, 2016
  • Heimlich Maneuver Inventor, Now 96, Saves Choking Woman

  • NYC Can Enforce Menu Salt Warning Rule: Court

  • Mold Threat Prompts Recall of Millions of Sippy Cups

  • Republican Congressman Says He Used Medical Marijuana

Health Tip: Using Aspirin Therapy

Understand potential risks

Is Smoking During Pregnancy Tied to Offspring's Schizophrenia Risk?

Scientists measured evidence of exposure in the womb and found an association, but not proof

Make That Memorial Day BBQ Tasty -- and Safe

Cooking meat at high temperatures can release harmful chemicals, but a few precautions help, nutritionist says

Music Soothes Nervous Eye Surgery Patients

Study found those who listened to relaxing tunes before procedure needed less sedation

New Labeling Offers More Protection for Meat Lovers

Warns consumers that mechanically tenderized beef can raise bacteria risk, so more careful cooking needed

NIH Experts Cast Doubt on Rat Study Linking Cellphones, Tumors

Rodents exposed to phone radiation actually lived longer than unexposed animals, reviewers point out

Pet Pooch May Help Ease PTSD in Veterans

Dogs also helped reduce depression and loneliness, researchers found

U.S. Officials Confirm Superbug Resistant to All Antibiotics

Pennsylvania case suggests it's almost 'the end of the road' for these drugs

Health Highlights: May 26, 2016
  • Republican Congressman Says He Used Medical Marijuana

  • Brain Scans Can Detect Hidden Consciousness in Patients

  • FDA Extends Review of Muscular Dystrophy Drug

  • New South Carolina Law Bans Abortions After 20 Weeks

  • Two States Sue J&J Over Vaginal Mesh Implants

Health Tip: Enjoy a Healthier Mexican Meal

Lighten up on fat and salt

Health Tip: Protect Your Hands While Gardening

Wear gloves, and watch for hazards

Knee Replacement Patients May Be Able to Hit the Shower Sooner

Getting area wet before sutures or staples are removed doesn't seem to raise infection risk, study finds

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