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Ernie Mundell HealthDay Reporter February 24, 2024

Colon Cancer Under 50: Know Your Risks and How to Prevent It

SATURDAY, Feb. 24, 2024 (HeathDay News) -- Colon cancer rates are on the rise among young Americans and Americans of color, so much so that the disease is now the leading cause of cancer death for men under 50 and the second most deadly cancer for women under 50.

The American Cancer Society released those statistics in its 2024 Report, cau... Full Page

Young Workers' Injuries Rise After Recreational Marijuana Sales Made Legal

Ernie Mundell HealthDay Reporter February 23, 2024

Young Workers' Injuries Rise After Recreational Marijuana Sales Made Legal

After states legalize the sale of weed for recreational use, on-the-job injuries rise among younger workers, new research shows.

U.S. Bureau of Labor statistics for 2006 through 2020 show that legal “recreational marijuana sales were associated with a 10% increase in workplace injuries among individuals aged 20 to 34 years,” the study ... Full Page

How to Keep the 'Ozempic Effect' Going: Exercise

Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter February 23, 2024

How to Keep the 'Ozempic Effect' Going: Exercise

An open question for weight-loss drugs like Ozempic, Wegovy and Zepbound has been whether folks will keep the pounds off when they stop taking them.

Regular exercise could be the key to quitting the drugs without regaining weight, a new Danish study says.

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Florida Surgeon General Defies CDC Guidance Amid School Measles Outbreak

Robin Foster HealthDay Reporter February 23, 2024

Florida Surgeon General Defies CDC Guidance Amid School Measles Outbreak

Amid an outbreak of measles at a Florida elementary school, the state's surgeon general has defied federal health guidance and told parents it's up to them whether they want to keep their unvaccinated child home to avoid infection.

In a letter to parents of children attending Manatee Bay Elementary school in Weston, where six cases of meas... Full Page

Poll Shows Strong Support Among Black Voters for Menthols Ban

Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter February 23, 2024

Poll Shows Strong Support Among Black Voters for Menthols Ban

Black voters support a ban on menthol cigarettes by a wide margin, refuting claims that such a ban would be strongly opposed by Black Americans, a new survey shows.

Black voters support by a 37-point margin the menthol ban proposed by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, with 62% in favor and 25% against.

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Is a 'Universal' Snake Venom Antidote Near?

Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter February 23, 2024

Is a 'Universal' Snake Venom Antidote Near?

A “universal” antivenom can block the lethal toxins in the venoms of a wide variety of poisonous snakes found in Africa, Asia and Australia, researchers report.

The antibody protected mice from the normally deadly venom of snakes like black mambas and king cobras, according to findings published Feb. 21 in the journal Science Tran... Full Page

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