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Sperm Counts Rebound When Obese Men Shed Pounds

However, men need to keep the weight off to maintain the improved sperm count.

Lower Incomes May Mean Lower Survival After Heart Attack

New research shows that those with lower incomes have significantly lower chances of living through a severe heart event.

Clinical Trial Upgrades Will Open Care Up to More People

For nearly 80 years, clinical trials have formed the backbone of medicine advancing life-saving medications. And despite unquestionable successes, traditional trials still have an enrollment problem.

For Survivors, School Shootings a Lasting and Mean Companion

For children who survive mass shootings, the outcome over the next few days, months and years depends on many factors, but how parents address the trauma both immediately and long-term can make a huge difference, experts say.

Effectiveness of Antiviral Drugs Against Monkeypox Uncertain

The need to better understand treatments for monkeypox became more urgent this month when more than a hundred new cases were recorded across Europe and North America.

What to Know About Monkeypox Amid U.S. Cases

Experts talk about the monkeypox and its resurgence, how it’s different from other ‘pox’ viruses, and what might lie ahead.

Do You Shake for No Reason? You Might Have Essential Tremor

Essential tremor “is one of the most common neurological conditions, affecting about 5% of people over age 60. It may affect as many as 7 million people in the United States, according to a 2014 study.

U.S. Rate for a Dangerous Pregnancy Complication Doubled in 12 Years

The rates of preeclampsia and gestational hypertension — types of high blood pressure during pregnancy — more than doubled.

Americans Try Many Things to Ease Chronic Back Pain

Nearly half of all U.S. adults have back pain, and 40% say the pain limits their social activities, according to a new poll.

Exploding E-Cigarettes Cause Traumatic Injuries in Teens

Burns and cuts caused by e-cigarette explosions have required hospitalization and surgery for teenage vapers, warn investigators.

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