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What People With Chronic Insomnia Wish You Knew

It's a lot more than the temporary bouts of sleeplessness most of us have. Here's what people with chronic insomnia want you to know about their condition.

Poll: Minorities Less Comfortable Discussing Sensitive Issues With a Doctor

A new WebMD poll shows that members of minority communities are more uneasy about discussing sensitive topics, like race-related issues and sexual orientation, with doctors.

High Blood Pressure: Which Drug Works Best for You?

New research suggests ARBs might be a better choice for people just starting on blood pressure medication.

Simone Biles Withdraws From Team, Individual Olympic Finals

Simone Biles Withdraws From Team, Individual Olympic Finals

Simone Biles Withdraws From Olympic Team Competition

Simone Biles Withdraws From Olympic Team Competition

What to Know When Your Child Has Narcolepsy

Narcolepsy is a disorder that affects the brain’s ability to control sleep and alertness. Without proper treatment, it can hinder your child’s school, social, and personal life. Learn more about how to support your child though their condition.

Most Unvaccinated Americans Want to Stay That Way: Poll

A new survey reveals eight in 10 American adults who haven't received a COVID-19 shot say they are unlikely to get one.

Study Identifies Racial Differences in Patient Safety in Hospitals

Black patients have a higher rate of adverse safety events than white patients when they are admitted to the same hospital, regardless of insurance coverage type or the percentage of hospitalized patients who are Black, according to a new Urban Institute study.

Should Deferrals Be Lifted for Gay Blood Donors?

For years, men who have sex with men have faced extra restrictions if they tried to donate blood. A study now underway may lead to a shift in policy.

Fauci Wants to Start Fighting Next Pandemic Now

It won't come cheap, with the cost totaling "a few billion dollars" a year, Fauci said, and the first round of results wouldn't emerge for at least five years. Also, a huge number of scientists would be needed to conduct the necessary studies.

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