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Many Talks on End-of-Life Wishes End in Confusion, Study Shows

March 24, 2017 Just 3 out of 10 accurately understood what their loved one wanted

Health Highlights: March 24, 2017

March 24, 2017 Here are some of the latest health and medical news developments, compiled by the editors of HealthDay:

Health Tip: Help Teens Say No to Drinking and Driving

March 24, 2017 Here's how

Health Tip: Kick Your Sugary Drink Habit

March 24, 2017 And spare your smile

Many Dialysis Patients Get Unnecessary Colonoscopies

March 24, 2017 Study finds that a limited life span offsets the benefits of the screening test

White House Demands Vote on Obamacare Repeal

March 24, 2017 Ultimatum comes after conservative lawmakers balk at approving new GOP plan

Bavencio Approved for Rare Skin Cancer

March 23, 2017 First sanctioned treatment in U.S. for aggressive tumor

Fewer Patients Die During Hospital Inspection Weeks: Study

March 23, 2017 Slight differences in death rates were possibly due to increased vigilance by staff, researcher suggests

Scientists Working on Solar-Powered Prosthetic Limbs

March 23, 2017 Synthetic skin could use sun's energy to power the devices, researchers say

Exercise a Great Prescription to Help Older Hearts

March 23, 2017 Not enough doctors recommend cardiac rehab, American Heart Association says

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