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HealthWatch: Thursday Is World Stroke Day14.5 million will have a stroke worldwide in 2020.
HealthWatch: Stress In Girls In Early Life May Influence Onset Of Puberty, Study SaysStress In Girls In Early Life May Influence Onset Of Puberty, Study Says
HealthWatch: Postpartum Depression May Continue For 3 Years After Birth, Study SaysPostpartum Depression May Continue For 3 Years After Birth, Study Says
HealthWatch: Study Finds New York City Had High COVID-19 Death Rate At PeakHealthWatch: Study Finds New York City Had High COVID-19 Death Rate At Peak
HealthWatch: Foods Rich In Tryptophan May Help Patients With Celiac DiseaseFoods rich in tryptophan may help patients with celiac disease.
HealthWatch: Cholesterol Medicines May Help Women With Cancer Live LongerCholesterol Medicines May Help Women With Cancer Live Longer
HealthWatch: Tuesday Is World Osteoporosis DayTuesday is World Osteoporosis Day.
Fauci Warns U.S. Headed In Wrong Direction In Fight Against COVID-19The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Maryland increased overnight by more than 700, and while the state's positivity rate and new hospitalizations remain roughly flat, much of the country is seeing a resurgence in cases.
HealthWatch: Certain Groups Can Improve Hand-WashingMen, younger adults and those who are less concerned about contracting COVID-19 can do better in terms of hand-washing, the CDC says.
HealthWatch: Severe Morning Sickness Increases Depression Risk, Study FindsHealthWatch: Severe Morning Sickness Increases Depression Risk, Study Finds
HealthWatch: Heart Attack Deaths More Likely For Women 50 And YoungerHealthWatch: Heart Attack Deaths More Likely For Women 50 And Younger
HealthWatch: Patient In US Reinfected With COVID-19; 5th Worldwide CaseHealthWatch: Patient In US Reinfected With COVID-19; 5th Worldwide Case
HealthWatch: Researchers Recreate First Steps Of HIV To StudyResearchers have recreated in a test tube the first steps of the HIV virus.
HealthWatch: Pregnancy Can Lead To Prolonged Coronavirus SymptomsPregnant women with COVID-19 can have prolonged symptoms, a new study found.
HealthWatch: Early Puberty May Lead To Higher Risk Of Self-HarmEarly puberty may lead to a higher risk of self-harm, according to a new study.
HealthWatch: Cannabis Users Require More Anesthesia During SurgeryUsing marijuana before entering the hospital for a surgical procedure can make your pain during recovery significantly worse, according to research presented Monday.
HealthWatch: Loss Of Smell May Be Most Common Coronavirus SymptomA study finds the loss of smell may be the most common symptom of COVID-19.
HealthWatch: Cardiac Arrest Common In Critical COVID-19 PatientsA new study shows cardiac arrest in common in critically ill patients with the coronavirus.
Doctor Offers Tips For Kids To Avoid Eye Strain, Other Impacts Of Increased Screen TimeDoctor Offers Tips For Kids To Avoid Eye Strain, Other Impacts Of Increased Screen Time
HealthWatch: Drinking Water May Be Especially Important As People AgeDrinking water every day may be especially key as people get older.
HealthWatch: Older People May Be Left Out Of COVID-19 Vaccine TrialsHealthWatch: Older People May Be Left Out Of COVID-19 Vaccine Trials
Multi-State Salmonella Outbreak That Sickened At Least 41 People Is Linked To Recalled MushroomsAt least 41 people are sick in 10 different states after a salmonella outbreak that has been linked to dried wood ear mushrooms, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said.
Coronavirus In Maryland: Sept. 26, 2020 (AM Edition)The latest on coronavirus in Maryland.
Healthwatch: Blood Glucose Can Be Gathered From People's TearsA look at the latest health news headlines

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