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MRIs Can Be Safe for People With Heart Devices …

February 22, 2017 … if strict procedures are followed, researchers report

ACL Tears on the Rise Among Kids, Especially Girls

February 22, 2017 Sports that involve cutting or pivoting are the riskiest, doctors say

'Off-Label' Antidepressants Common, But Where's the Evidence?

February 22, 2017 One-third are prescribed for conditions like pain or migraine with little scientific backup, study says

After Stroke, 'Blue' Light May Help Beat the Blues

February 22, 2017 Akin to sunlight, it could ward off depression during rehab, study finds

Bleeding Strokes Take Heavy Toll on Brain

February 22, 2017 Study found increased risk of dementia, depression in five years following brain attack

For Stroke Survivors, Exercise Is Good for the Brain: Review

February 22, 2017 Along with improving physical mobility, breaking a sweat seems to counteract mental deficits

Head Position Just After Stroke Doesn't Affect Recovery: Study

February 22, 2017 Lying flat or sitting up slightly neither boosted nor harmed patients' outcomes

Headaches Often Strike Before Strokes in Kids: Study

February 22, 2017 But, brain attacks are still very rare in children

Health Highlights: Feb. 22, 2017

February 22, 2017 Here are some of the latest health and medical news developments, compiled by the editors of HealthDay:

Health Tip: Get Your Mouth Healthy Before Cancer Treatment

February 22, 2017 Here's what you can do

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