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What Are Omicron's Symptoms?

Early reports highlight how the variant differs from delta



Why Your Face Mask May Need an Upgrade

N95 respirators offer better protection against COVID than cloth and surgical coverings, CDC says

Diabetics in Rural, Poor Areas Fare Worse

Expert recommends steps you can take to protect your health

How Can I Get a Free COVID-19 at Home Test?​​

Private insurers must pay, but most Medicare enrollees will have to use federal website

Reversing Hearing Loss with a Cochlear Implant

How one woman went from being almost completely deaf to being able to hear again

5 Things That You Should Know About IBS

Signs, symptoms and treatments for the common condition

Can Talk Therapy Help You Sleep Better?

Addressing the reasons behind insomnia is an alternative to medication

Medicare Proposes Coverage Limits for Alzheimer's Drug

The draft decision allows Aduhelm only for beneficiaries enrolled in clinical trials​

​Millions of Older Americans Can't Afford Prescriptions

​New report finds Blacks, Latinos more likely to have problems paying for medications

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Are You Headed Toward Diabetes?

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What to Do After a Diabetes Diagnosis

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Desserts for People With Diabetes

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Medicare Telehealth Use Soars During COVID-19 Pandemic

1 in 4 beneficiaries 'saw' medical provider remotely

How to Get Started With Telemedicine

We take you through setting up an appointment

Is Telehealth the Answer for Rural Areas?

Dialing in to a doctor can solve some issues

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Delicious and healthy ways to fix some fresh fillets in a flash

7 Superfoods You Should Be Eating After 50

These standouts can keep you healthy as nutritional needs change with age

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