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  • A Troubling Rise in Pregnancy-Related Heart Problems

    The rates of heart-related problems in women before and after childbirth have increased in the U.S., a problem that some experts think may be contributing to the jump in the country’s maternal mortality rate.

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  • Do Dietary Supplements Help or Hurt Children?

    A growing number of children are taking alternative supplements with no demonstrated health benefits. In the U.S., the rate of kids taking herbal and other supplements has nearly doubled, to 6.3%, a new analysis found.

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  • Your Health News | Wall Street Journal
  • Your Health News | Wall Street Journal
  • Your Health News | Wall Street Journal
  • Your Health News | Wall Street Journal
  • A Surprise Medical Solution: Hypnosis

    Major hospitals are finding hypnotherapy can help sufferers of digestive conditions like heartburn, acid reflux and irritable bowel syndrome.

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  • Your Health News | Wall Street Journal
  • The Chase for a Permanent Flu Vaccine

    Doctors find promising leads on a replacement for the current annual influenza shots, which vary in their success depending on the strain of virus.

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  • Your Health News | Wall Street Journal
  • A Diet Strategy That Counts Time, Not Calories

    You can eat whatever you want with time-restricted feeding, just not whenever you want. The regime, which limits eating to a 12-hour window each day, is increasingly being studied as a tool for weight-loss, diabetes prevention and even longevity.

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  • Six Health Stories to Watch in 2018

    A new year could bring new treatments for migraines and breast cancer, greater access to a powerful cholesterol drug, advances in gene editing and more.

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