Government may crack down on caffeinated foods 
Government may crack down on caffeinated foods
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration will be watching the health impact of new caffeine-infused snacks and consider taking action to regulate the energy boosting products.
Is a cure for HIV on the horizon? 
Is a cure for HIV on the horizon?
Danish researchers say they may be “months away” from HIV cure.
Smoking scenes double in youth rated movies, study finds 
Smoking scenes double in youth rated movies, study finds
With more and more scenes of people lighting up on the big screen, some groups worry the images might entice young people to smoke.
Heart attacks and stroke linked to “gut bugs” 
Heart attacks and stroke linked to “gut bugs”
New research shows that some heart attack and stroke cases are actually linked to bacteria and other microbes living in the human gut.
Can skin cancer put you at risk for other cancers? 
Can skin cancer put you at risk for other cancers?
According to new research, people diagnosed with certain forms of skin cancer could be at risk for developing other cancers in their lifetime.
Costs of treating heart failure will likely double in 20 years 
Costs of treating heart failure will likely double in 20 years
As the U.S. population ages, so will the number of people with life threatening heart disease and the cost to treat it, a new report shows.
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Don’t let DIY projects become a medical emergency
Home improvement is all the rage, but one in five do-it-yourselfers will suffer an injury. Here’s some tips to help you stay out of the emergency room.