GENERALHEALTH:
Hospital Discharge at Christmastime May Not Be a Gift for Some:
Hospitalizations Rising Among the Homeless:
When Heart Attack Strikes, Women Often Hesitate to Call for Help:
Electronic Health Records Bogging Docs Down:
Kidney Disease More Deadly for Men:
Sporting Events Dangerous for Spectators, Too:
Catnip: The 'Why' Behind Cats' Favorite High:
AHA: Sleep Apnea May Double Odds for High Blood Pressure in Blacks:
Break a Sweat Over the Holidays, but Do It Safely:
More Are Seeking Mental Health Care, But Not Always Those Who Need It Most:
Better Economy Could Mean Worse Nursing Home Care:
More Illnesses From Tainted Romaine Lettuce Reported:
Are Kids' Playgrounds Really Safe?:
AHA: A Black Filmmaker's Look at the Heart (Health) of Her Community:
Safety First When Running Outdoors:
For Younger Cancer Patients, Mastectomy vs. Breast-Conserving Surgery:
Many Americans Unaware of Promise of Targeted, 'Personalized' Medicine: Poll:
Smokers Who Roll Their Own Less Likely to Quit:
Tamoxifen at a Lower Dose Might Still Prevent Breast Cancer's Return:
HIV Strikes Black Gay Men More, Despite Safer Behaviors:
Breast Cancer Deadlier for Black Women, Despite Same Treatments:
Fewer Early Stage Breast Cancer Patients May Need Lymph Node Removal: Study:
Some Uncanny Facts About Canned Foods:
New Chlamydia Test Offers Rapid Results:
Infections in the Young May Be Tied to Risk for Mental Illness: Study: