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$100 Sweetens the Pot for a Colonoscopy

Study found those who were offered cash to get cancer screening were twice as likely to do so

Bacteria May Explain Why Uncircumcised Face Higher HIV Risk

Learning to reduce these germs might help prevent transmission of disease, researcher says

'Diet Foods' to Skip

Lighten up on these substitutes

Health Tip: Conserve Energy

Do your part to save power

Health Tip: Identifying Varicose Veins

Here's what to look for

HIV Treatment Protects Uninfected Partner From the Virus

Study of gay couples duplicates findings of earlier research

More U.S. Airports Offer Hands-Only CPR Training

Kiosks that provide 5-minute sessions are now in 7 air travel hubs, heart association says

Nearly All Autopsied NFL Players Show Trauma-Linked Brain Disease

No position on the football field seemed to confer protection, study says

Noise Pollution a Problem in Black Urban Neighborhoods

Biggest differences seen between black and white areas, study finds

Sperm Counts Continue to Decline in Western Nations: Review

How this might affect male fertility isn't clear, researchers say

Walking the Dog, All the Way to Better Health

Even in bad weather, seniors get about 30 minutes of daily activity by taking care of their pet

Does Your Child Really Have a Food Allergy?

Food sensitivity and intolerance may be mistaken for allergic reaction, even by doctors

Health Highlights: July 24, 2017
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  • African Boy Achieves HIV Remission Without Drugs

  • Cancer Patients' Gray Hair Turns Dark While Taking New Immune Drugs

Is Kissing Etiquette 'Hardwired?'

Study finds most people turn their head to the right before they pucker up

Is the 'Anti-Statin' Trend Threatening Lives?

Internet-fueled movement has heart experts concerned about potential consequences

Just a Few Vaccine Refusers Could Endanger Many

A 5 percent drop in coverage could trigger a tripling of measles cases in young kids, study finds

Many Primary Care Docs May Miss Prediabetes

Fewer than 1 in 10 surveyed named all risk factors identified by the American Diabetes Association

Most American Men Qualify as 'Overfat'

Most women and a lot of kids also appear to have excessive fat, study of developed nations reports

Obese Don't Have to Lose Weight Before Joint Replacement: Study

It's ideal to drop pounds first, but the procedure's benefits may outweigh risk if you can't

One Stroke Raises Risk for Another, Even Years Later: Study

Ongoing care is essential to prevent recurrence, experts say

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