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Austrian Drag Queen Conchita Wurst Says She's HIV-Positive
Millennial Sex Survey Results Revealed
US Veteran Who Survived Blast Receives Penis Transplant

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Millennial Sex Survey Results Revealed

Austrian Drag Queen Conchita Wurst Says She's HIV-Positive

SKYN Condoms unveils today a new survey designed to analyze the behaviors, attitudes and preferences of sexually active millennials.

Men's Hair Loss Treatment Options Get a Makeover

Men's Hair Loss Treatment Options Get a Makeover

By Andy Smith | Apr 25
Online men's wellness brand hims takes a fresh approach to hair loss, offering a new complete hair kit with powerful results.

After a Death, How Much Can 'Broken Heart' Hurt Survivors?

After a Death, How Much Can 'Broken Heart' Hurt Survivors?

By Marilynn Marchione | Apr 25
Stress might not be to blame for former President George H.W. Bush's hospitalization a day after his wife's funeral, but it does the body no favors, and one partner's health clearly affects the other's.

Medicare Opioid Treatment Gap: Methadone

Medicare Opioid Treatment Gap: Methadone

By Carla K. Johnson | Apr 25
One in three older Americans with Medicare drug coverage is prescribed opioid painkillers, but for those who develop a dangerous addiction there is one treatment Medicare won't cover: methadone.

Hepatitis Vaccines Urged for Travelers to Kentucky and Michigan

Hepatitis Vaccines Urged for Travelers to Kentucky and Michigan

Apr 24
Indiana health officials are advising residents to get vaccinated for hepatitis A if their summer plans include visits to Kentucky or Michigan.

CDC Chief Makes $375K, Far Exceeding His Predecessors' Pay

CDC Chief Makes $375K, Far Exceeding His Predecessors' Pay

By Mike Stobbe | Apr 24
The new head of the nation's top public health agency is getting paid nearly twice what his predecessor made and far more than other past directors, government officials confirmed.

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New Data: Americans Filling Far Fewer Opioid Prescriptions

New Data: Americans Filling Far Fewer Opioid Prescriptions

New data show that the number of prescriptions for opioid painkillers filled in the U.S. fell dramatically last year. They showed their biggest drop in 25 years.