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Study: More Millennials In US Having StrokesThe study showed a 32 percent spike in strokes among woman aged 18 to 34 and a 15 percent jump in males of the same age. 
Doctors Say There's An Alarming Increase In Oral Cancer Due To HPVThere's a dramatic increase in a cancer that's preventable with a vaccine for children. Doctors are calling the rate of the increase alarming.
New Media Campaign Unveiled As Drug Overdose Deaths Skyrocket In PhiladelphiaWith drug overdose deaths skyrocketing in Philadelphia, the city's Health Department is unveiling a new media campaign aimed at preventing opioid addiction.
People With Autism Often Struggle With Other Health ConditionsA new report has been released on how and why people with autism often struggle with other health conditions.
Hope For Preemies As Researchers At CHOP Create Artificial WombResearchers at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia are creating an artificial womb to improve care for extremely premature babies — and remarkable animal testing suggests the first-of-its-kind watery incubation so closely mimics mom that it just might work.
New Guidelines For Prostate Cancer ScreeningsAn influential government advisory panel is dropping its opposition of routine prostate cancer screenings for men.
Health Watch: Nasal Spray To Restore Sense of SmellA homegrown solution is helping a growing number of people whose lack of the sense of smell interferes with them enjoying food.
Baby Girl Born With 4 Legs Gets New Lease On LifeA baby girl who was born with four legs and two spines has a new lease on life after receiving a life-saving surgery.
Veterinary Doctors Conduct Study Looking To Ease Arthritis PainDoctors at the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine are conducting a study to see if stem cell therapy will ease the pain of arthritis -- and the results of their research could benefit human patients as well.
UPenn Neurologists Finding New Ways To Diagnose, Treat Dementia EarlyNeurologists at University of Pennsylvania are finding new ways to diagnose and treat the various forms of dementia early.
New Device Aims To Improve Life For Those With A PacemakerNew wireless technology is helping patients with heart failure.
Eating Earlier Can Keep You HealthyWe know <em>what</em> we eat can affect our heart health, but now a new report finds <em>when</em> we eat could also play an important role.

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