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An immune system that’s not functioning normally may lead to lung cancer in patients who don’t smoke, a new study suggests. “A strong immune system helps to keep inflammation under control and chronic inflammation is known to promote cancer,” said co-author Rayjean Hung. “Our research suggests that it’s underlying dysfunction of immune regulation that can…  read on >

This flu season is hitting children particularly hard, but new research shows that a flu shot is still well worth it for these youngest patients. Getting vaccinated halved the risk of hospitalization for flu-related complications among young kids, scientists found. The researchers analyzed vaccination data from more than 3,700 children, ages 6 months to 8…  read on >

More than one-third of working Americans don’t get enough sleep, and the problem is greatest among the police, the military, health care workers and truckers, researchers report. Their analysis of data from more than 150,000 employed adults between 2010 and 2018 also found that the rate of inadequate sleep (7 hours or less) rose from…  read on >

As China scrambles to contain an outbreak of a new coronavirus spreading rapidly within its own borders and to other countries, U.S. infectious disease experts tackled questions about the emerging virus. What is the novel coronavirus circulating in China? Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses responsible for about one out of every four cases…  read on >

(HealthDay News) — Closed-toe shoes and sweaty feet are a recipe for foot odor and infection. Your feet start to smell when the bacteria on your skin and in your shoes consume your sweat, says Cleveland Clinic. To avoid stinky feet, Cleveland Clinic suggests: Soak your feet in a mixture of Epsom salt and water.…  read on >

(HealthDay News) — Escherichia coli (E. coli) is a bacterium that lives in the intestines of healthy people and animals, says Mayo Clinic. A few strains found in contaminated water or food can cause abdominal cramps, bloody diarrhea and vomiting. To help prevent E. coli infection, Mayo Clinic encourages people to: Cook hamburgers until they’re…  read on >

(HealthDay News) — Elbow pain can keep you from a normal daily life, says Harvard Medical School. The school mentions these possible remedies for an aching elbow: Rest. Take a break from overusing the muscle group that may be behind elbow pain. Heat therapy. Heat can encourage healing by bringing blood flow and nutrients to…  read on >

(HealthDay News) — Drowsy driving was responsible for more than 72,000 vehicle crashes in 2013, according to the most recent statistics available from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Drowsiness slows your reaction time, affects your ability to make good decisions and distracts from the road. The CDC mentions these possible warning signs…  read on >

Vaping has been deemed hazardous for your health by public officials across America, but you wouldn’t know it by scrolling through Instagram. Instead, researchers discovered that Instagram posts that promote use of the devices outnumber anti-vaping content by a shocking ratio of 10,000 to 1. Nearly one-third of U.S. teens use e-cigarettes. In 2018, the…  read on >

The Harvard-associated lab that created the “CoolSculpting” process of reducing fat says it’s on the trail of the next advance in nonsurgical slimming. CoolSculpting freezes fat cells by applying an ice-cold gel pad to the skin, causing cells to die off and either be flushed away or absorbed by the body, said lead researcher Dr.…  read on >