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Study: Older, slower, first-time marathon runners can add years to their lives

LONDON — First-time marathon runners can add years to their lives and reap the health rewards of lower blood pressure and healthier arteries, even if they take on the challenge in mid- to later life, research showed on Monday. “It appears to never be too late,” said co-lead researcher Charlotte Manisty of University College London.… Read More »

Hilltowns lose their neighborhood pharmacy – GazetteNET

Hilltowns lose their neighborhood pharmacy News > Local Greg Conz, owner of the Williamsburg Pharmacy and Hardware store in Williamsburg, helps Bonnie Young of Easthampton with a medication question. Young works at Linda Manor Extended Care Facility in Leeds and said, “It’s our go-to place for little gifts and whatever else you need. We will… Read More »

Transgender children sense their gender identities at young ages

(Reuters Health) – Transgender children may start to identify with toys and clothes typical of their gender identity from a very young age, a recent study suggests. And their confidence in their gender identity is generally as strong as that of cisgender children, whose identity matches their sex assigned at birth, researchers found. “Trans kids… Read More »

Tech and health care need their own ‘Hippocratic oath’ – STAT – STAT

When a whistleblower revealed the details of Project Nightingale, a collaboration between Google and the Ascension health system, he or she also surfaced critical flaws in the ways that health care and tech work together. As part of the deal, Ascension, a nonprofit Catholic hospital system that operates in 21 states, gave Google access to… Read More »