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Alcohol More Harmful for People With HIV, Study Suggests

February 9, 2016 Even moderate drinking linked to higher risk for death and alcohol-related health issues

Allergy Shots Still Effective for Seniors

February 9, 2016 Researchers say aging immune system doesn't significantly reduce injections' usefulness

Health Highlights: Feb. 9, 2016

February 9, 2016 Here are some of the latest health and medical news developments, compiled by the editors of HealthDay:

Health Tip: Eating Iron-Rich Foods

February 9, 2016 Here's where you can find the mineral

Health Tip: Eating Red Meat

February 9, 2016 Watch how much you consume

Healthier Diets May Be Cutting Heart, Diabetes Risks in U.S. Teens

February 9, 2016 But obesity still rose and physical activity remained the same, study showed

New Lyme Disease Bacteria Discovered in Upper Midwest: CDC

February 9, 2016 Infection may trigger nausea, vomiting and a more widespread rash, officials say

Short Flashes of Light May Treat Jet Lag

February 9, 2016 Stanford researchers find therapy seems to help people adjust to new time zone faster

Spelling Prowess Relies on Multiple Brain Areas, Study Finds

February 9, 2016 Researchers say at least three regions of left hemisphere are involved

Studying Tick Biology With Lyme Prevention in Mind

February 9, 2016 International team sequences the genome of the disease-spreading deer tick

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