Genetics may explain why more than half of people with mental illness have two or three conditions, researchers say.
People who live near wildfires face higher risk for lung cancer and brain tumors, researchers say.
The rate of esophageal cancer in adults ages 45 to 64 nearly doubled over an 8-year span, researchers say.
Pregnant women who experience gestational hypertension or preeclampsia at increased risk for heart disease later in life, researchers say.
A new, nonsurgical treatment for finger arthritis called lipofilling significantly relieves pain and improves hand function, study finds.
People who carry student loan debt into middle age have more risk factors for heart diseases, researchers say.
Children are more eager to try new vegetables when offered a fun reward, study finds.
Survivors of severe COVID-19 may experience major cognitive declines and some may never fully recover, researchers say.
As the evaluation of the CDC’s internal workings wraps up and the agency looks to modernize, HealthDay’s Mabel Jong will be joined by Kyle McGowan, former chief of staff at the CDC, and Dr. Natasha Bagdasarian, Michigan’s chief medical executive, to discuss what was learned during the COVID-19 pandemic and how the agency plans to move forward.