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Brain Changes Seen in Kids After One Season of Football

October 24, 2016 Not yet clear if those changes are lasting or meaningful

'Laughing Gas' May Not Ease Pain During Childbirth: Study

October 24, 2016 Nitrous oxide gaining interest among expectant mothers in the United States, researchers report

Docs: Infants Should Share Parents' Room to Help Prevent SIDS

October 24, 2016 Sleeping nearby -- but not in same bed -- advised for first year, pediatricians' group says

Health Highlights: Oct. 24, 2016

October 24, 2016 Here are some of the latest health and medical news developments, compiled by the editors of HealthDay:

Health Tip: Beginning Yoga

October 24, 2016 Make sure it's safe

Health Tip: Six Dangerous Driving Habits

October 24, 2016 Things teens should avoid

Many Take Opioids Reluctantly for Back Pain: Survey

October 24, 2016 Patients worried about the potentially addictive painkillers; say they only provide limited relief

Many Teens Light Up to Lose Weight, Study Suggests

October 24, 2016 Researchers offer new ways to discourage smoking among adolescents

Pregnancy May Boost Stroke Risk in Younger Women: Study

October 24, 2016 But absolute risk is very small; researchers not sure of reasons why

Smoking Still Takes Big Toll in U.S. Cancer Deaths

October 24, 2016 Habit is linked to close to one-third of fatal cancers in people 35 and older, study finds

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