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Vitamins and Supplements to Take After Breast Cancer Treatment

Should I take a vitamin or supplement after breast cancer treatment? Which ones are best? Are they safe? Are there ...
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Healthier 2021: Mark Is Becoming More Flexible

It was hard to stick with my exercise goals now that I’m back to the daily grind. But I learned ...
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Pharmacy Chains Ready to Supply COVID-19 Vaccines

he Federal Retail Pharmacy Partnership Program has tapped two pharmacy chains per state to offer free COVID-19 vaccines. Already signed ...
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Ongoing Coverage: COVID-19 Vaccine Misinformation

WebMD is providing ongoing coverage about misinformation and myths around the COVID-19 vaccine. Read the full story ...
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More Women Opting to 'Go Flat' After Mastectomy

A new study found that a majority of breast cancer patients — 74% — who had opted to “go flat” ...
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Many Don't See Link Between Racism, Health Outcomes

Black respondents are much more likely (69.4%) than white ones (33.2%) to believe that systemic racism affects the health of ...
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Supplements That Are Safe to Take When You Have Lung Cancer

Lung cancer and its treatment can affect your appetite and how your body uses nutrients. Some people take supplements and ...
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Apps to Let Travelers, Others Show COVID-19 Status

With tourism and other economic sectors largely shuttered by the pandemic, countries are eagerly looking at alternatives to travel restrictions ...
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The Best Lung Cancer Blogs

A lung cancer diagnosis can leave you feeling overwhelmed. But you’re far from alone. Whether you’re looking for inspiration or ...
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COVID Vaccinations Slowest in Hardest Hit States

The U.S. government’s race to beat back the pandemic with vaccines — dubbed Operation Warp Speed — has faltered in ...
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Study: College Campuses Are COVID 'Superspreaders'

On some campuses, 1 in 5 students had been infected with the virus by the end of the fall term ...
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'Microbiomes' Might Influence COVID-19 Severity

Imbalances in the microbiome may cause continued inflammatory symptoms, often called “long-haul” COVID, the researchers added. Read the full story ...
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Arguing Taxes the Brain Much More, Scans Show

When people disagreed, sensory areas of the brain were less active while there was increased activity brain areas that handle ...
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COVID Lockdowns' Boost to Air Quality Limited

After accounting for weather effects, the researchers found that reductions in nitrogen dioxide were smaller than anticipated, while ozone concentrations ...
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Healthier 2021: Bill Is Tracking His Food and Seeing Results

If there was ever a time to stress eat and maybe enjoy a few drinks, the first week of 2021 ...
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Business

Twilio CEO Jeff Lawson says wisdom lies with your developers

Twilio CEO Jeff Lawson knows a thing or two about unleashing developers. His company has garnered a market cap of almost $60 billion by creating ...
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Tracy Chou launches Block Party to combat online harassment and abuse

Block Party, an anti-harassment startup that aims to help folks feel safer on social media founded by Tracy Chou, launched today. Currently only available for ...
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Bumble files to go public

The dating and networking service Bumble has filed to go public. The company, launched by a former co-founder of the IAC-owned Tinder, plans to list its ...
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