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FDA Clears New OTC Acne Drug
CBS News—This new medication is approved for use in people over the age of 12 and is applied to the skin once a day. Women who are pregnant, plan to become pregnant, or are breastfeeding should talk to their health care provider before using Differin Gel.
CNN—According to health officials in Utah, infection with the Zika virus contributed to the death of an elderly resident late last month. The patient had an underlying medical condition and the virus was contracted through travel to an area of the world where Zika is circulating.
ScienceDaily—According to this interesting research, adding servings of fruits and vegetables to the diet-up to 8 servings a day-can increase feelings of happiness and overall satisfaction with life the equivalent of going from being unemployed and looking for work to finding gainful employment.
Berkeley Wellness—Clams are iron-rich shellfish ideal for chowders, pasta sauces, or simply steamed. They're available in one form or another-fresh, frozen, or canned-year round. When you buy fresh, live clams, look for these signals of freshness.
Health After 50—Despite tremendous advances in the understanding of Alzheimer's disease, scientists have yet to pinpoint the causes of the disorder. Risk factors for Alzheimer's include older age, being female, having an affected family member, cardiovascular disorders, Down syndrome, and head injury.
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