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Some People May Be Pre-Wired to Be Bilingual

Some People May Be Pre-Wired to Be Bilingual

Learning of second language also seems to boost brain, study says

Some People May Be Pre-Wired to Be Bilingual

Learning of second language also seems to boost brain, study says

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Some People May Be Pre-Wired to Be Bilingual

Some People May Be Pre-Wired to Be Bilingual

Learning of second language also seems to boost brain, study says

Too Few Americans Undergo Dementia Screening

More than half of people with the condition never had a thinking/memory test, study found

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Too Few Americans Undergo Dementia Screening

Too Few Americans Undergo Dementia Screening

More than half of people with the condition never had a thinking/memory test, study found

Harm From Baseball Concussions May Linger, Study Finds

Batting skills often worse than normal after players return to sport

EPA Issues Tougher Rules on Ozone Emissions

Health experts praised the new limits, but industry advocates said they aren't needed

Your Dog Really Is Listening to You

Study finds canines process speech in a human-like way

Don't Let High Altitude Ruin Your Holiday Trip

Stay hydrated and give yourself time to acclimate, expert advises

Weight Could Influence Rheumatoid Arthritis Relief

Study finds overweight people are less likely to have remission

Spotting Hearing Problems in Infancy May Boost Reading Skills in Deaf Teens

Researchers found gap between screened, unscreened doubled as deaf children got older

Obesity Tied to Half a Million Cancers Worldwide, Report Shows

Largest number of obesity-related cancers diagnosed in North America and Europe, researchers report

No Link Between Acetaminophen in Pregnancy, Asthma in Kids: Study

Once childhood respiratory illnesses were factored out, the pain relievers had little impact, researchers say

Most Americans With HIV Don't Have Virus Under Control, CDC Says

U.S. experts cite indifference, lack of access to care

Full-Day Preschool Beats Part-Day for School Preparedness

Full-time program for youngest tots boosts test scores, attendance: study

FDA Advisory Panel Says Steroid Shots for Back Pain Can Continue

Experts decided against backing any new warning label for controversial injections

Parents Need to Take Lead on Teen Concussion Prevention

Expert advises protective gear, and baseline concussion testing for athletes

Could Popular Heartburn Drugs Upset Your 'Good' Gut Bugs?

Study suggests class of meds upset healthy balance of bacteria in the gut

Calorie Counts Mandated at Chain Restaurants, FDA Says

Rules also apply to theater popcorn, bakeries and ice cream parlors

Infants With Eczema May Be More Prone to Peanut Allergy: Study

If damaged skin exposed to peanut proteins in household dust, chances of allergy higher, researcher says

ER Visits on the Rise, Study Reports

About 96 percent of patients need medical care within two hours

Teens Given Anxiety, Sleep Meds May Be at Risk for Drug Abuse

Study finds illicit drug use more likely after their prescribed medications run out