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More consumers are purchasing individual health insurance than ever before, and with the federal individual mandate starting in 2014, those without coverage will have to apply for the first time. Where should they begin?

Older adults who drank coffee—caffeinated or decaffeinated—had a lower risk of death overall than those who did not drink coffee.

National Eye Institute encourages Americans to make lifetime good-vision choices.

It’s as Easy as A-B-C – Always be Clean

New PSA campaign aims to end the silence surrounding hearing loss among older Americans.

NIH study finds multiple scans of children and young adults increases cancer risk somewhat.

Study finds that this marker of increased risk of developing breast cancer does not appear to increase risk of death.

Research suggests stress hormones inhibit brain function, stifle achievement

NIH researchers use rodent study to uncover novel approach.

Knowing origin of broadly neutralizing antibodies could aid universal flu vaccine design

Study analysis looks at MRI diagnosis.

Research may provide tool to study cancer metabolism.

Protein linked to increased risk of heart failure and death in older adults

Study analysis looks at MRI diagnosis.

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