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ATVs: How to Avoid Injuries This Summer

By Cara Murez HealthDay Reporter May 28, 2022

ATVs: How to Avoid Injuries This Summer

For many Americans, summer is synonymous with All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs).

These rigs are popular with adults and kids alike -- and injuries suffered in crashes of ATVs and other off-highway vehicles claim about 700 lives each year in the United States. About 100,000 people are treated in the nation's emergency rooms for injuries resultin... Full Page

High-Tech Pacemaker Reads Body Signals, Dissolves After Use

Amy Norton HealthDay Reporter May 27, 2022

High-Tech Pacemaker Reads Body Signals, Dissolves After Use

Researchers are another step closer to bringing heart patients a temporary "smart" pacemaker that simply dissolves once it's no longer needed.

Pacemakers are devices that are implanted to help control certain abnormal heart rhythms, by sending electrical pulses to the heart muscle. They are normally permanent, but in some cases patients on... Full Page

After Another Senseless Tragedy, Study Shows Guns Now Leading Killer of U.S. Youth

By Robert Preidt HealthDay Reporter May 27, 2022

After Another Senseless Tragedy, Study Shows Guns Now Leading Killer of U.S. Youth

Days after the second-deadliest elementary school shooting in U.S. history, experts note that guns are now the leading cause of death for American children.

Nineteen children and two teachers were killed at the shooting massacre in Uvalde, Texas, spurring calls for urgent action to reduce such deaths.

"We must reverse this deeply tro... Full Page

9 Monkeypox Cases Confirmed in United States

By Robert Preidt HealthDay Reporter May 27, 2022

9 Monkeypox Cases Confirmed in United States

Nine cases of monkeypox had been confirmed in seven states as of Wednesday, and there are likely to be more cases as a worldwide outbreak continues, U.S. health officials say.

The nine cases of the disease, which does not occur naturally in the United States, were identified in Massachusetts, Florida, Utah, Washington, California, Vir... Full Page

Not Just 'Gluten-Sensitive': What People With Celiac Disease Want You to Know

Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter May 27, 2022

Not Just 'Gluten-Sensitive': What People With Celiac Disease Want You to Know

Hayden Bishop can't help but feel terribly self-conscious when she goes out to eat with friends and family.

Bishop has celiac disease, a serious autoimmune disorder in which even the least exposure to gluten creates an antibody response that damages the small intestine, resulting in debilitating symptoms.

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Devastating Injuries When Children Swallow Button Batteries

Steven Reinberg HealthDay Reporter May 27, 2022

Devastating Injuries When Children Swallow Button Batteries

Those button batteries that power your watch, key fob and other devices can be deadly if a child swallows them, and researchers want to make the danger clear.

The tiny but powerful batteries can burn holes in a child's throat, paralyze vocal cords or fuse their esophagus and trachea together. In severe cases, burning can continue into a ma... Full Page

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