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MONDAY, July 25, 2016 (HealthDay News) -- Binge-watchers, beware: Too much time in front of the TV could boost your risk of death from a blood clot in the lung, researchers warn.

A lung blood clot (pulmonary embolism) typically begins as a clot in the leg or pelvis that develops due to inactivity and reduced blood flow. The clot can br... Full Page

Randy Dotinga July 26, 2016

'Managing' Elderly Patients Without Powerful Antipsychotics

MONDAY, July 25, 2016 (HealthDay News) -- About 25 percent of dementia patients in U.S. nursing homes are still quieted with risky antipsychotic medications. Now, a small study suggests that managing these difficult patients, instead of medicating them, could obtain better results.

"Drugs have a place, but should not be first-line tre... Full Page

Dennis Thompson July 25, 2016

Little Threat of Zika Spread From Rio Olympics: Study

MONDAY, July 25, 2016 (HealthDay News) -- Travelers and competitors at the 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil are not likely to contract the Zika virus during their stay or bring it back to their home countries, Yale University experts contend in a new report.

Fear of the mosquito-borne virus has led some athletes to skip the games, which s... Full Page

Robert Preidt July 25, 2016

2 of 3 Americans OK With Doctors Discussing Gun Safety

MONDAY, July 25, 2016 (HealthDay News) -- A large majority of American adults thinks it's OK for doctors to discuss gun safety with their patients, a new study reveals.

The online survey included more than 3,900 respondents. The researchers found that 66 percent said it was at least sometimes appropriate for doctors to talk about guns ... Full Page

Steven Reinberg July 25, 2016

Even a Little Exercise May Help Younger Women's Hearts

MONDAY, July 25, 2016 (HealthDay News) -- Younger women who exercise just 2.5 hours a week may cut their risk for heart disease by up to 25 percent, a new study suggests.

"The habits and the choices we make in the first half of our life determine our well-being and freedom from chronic disease in the second half of our lives," said Dr.... Full Page

Mary Elizabeth Dallas July 25, 2016

Induced Labor Won't Raise Autism Risk in Kids, Research Suggests

MONDAY, July 25, 2016 (HealthDay News) -- Inducing labor won't raise a pregnant woman's risk of having a child with autism, a new study suggests.

"These findings should provide reassurance to women who are about to give birth, that having their labor induced will not increase their child's risk of developing autism spectrum disorders,"... Full Page

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