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Racial discrimination is linked to suicidal thoughts in Black adults and...

Janelle R. Goodwill, University of Chicago Frederick Douglass is regarded as one of the most prominent abolitionists the world...

Health apps track vital health stats for millions of people, but...

Saligrama Agnihothri, Binghamton University, State University of New York Health-tracking devices and apps are becoming part of everyday life....

Blood pressure medications decrease death and severe disease in COVID-19 patients

Vassilios Vassiliou, University of East Anglia and Ranu Baral At the start of the pandemic, there was concern that certain drugs for high blood pressure...

Exercise as therapy: its surprising potential to treat people with multiple...

Alessio Bricca, University of Southern Denmark and Søren T. Skou, University of Southern Denmark Hundreds of millions of people of all ages worldwide live with...

Why sign language is vital for all deaf babies, regardless of...

Kimberly A. Wolbers, University of Tennessee and Leala Holcomb, University of Tennessee When their newborn failed a hearing test, Quinn and Kai were distraught. Their...

The latest blood pressure guidelines: What they mean for you

John Warner, UT Southwestern Medical Center Updated blood pressure guidelines from the American Heart Association mean that many more Americans, notably older people, are now...

Another reason to exercise every day during the holidays

William B. Farquhar, University of Delaware Yes, of course we all know we should exercise every day during the holiday season to help counter the...

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