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HPV vaccine has led to a dramatic reduction in cervical cancer rates, but Africa is lagging behind

HPV vaccine has led to a dramatic reduction in cervical cancer rates, but Africa is lagging behind

Texas is latest state to attack surprise medical bills

Texas is latest state to attack surprise medical bills

Saunas induce as much physical strain as moderate exercise

Saunas induce as much physical strain as moderate exercise

Fainting during pregnancy may indicate issues for both the baby and mother's health

Fainting during pregnancy may indicate issues for both the baby and mother's health

Fainting during pregnancy could be more serious than earlier believed finds study

Fainting during pregnancy could be more serious than earlier believed finds study

Researchers identify first gene that predisposes to fainting

Researchers identify first gene that predisposes to fainting

Experts share tips on how to stay out of harm's way in summer

Experts share tips on how to stay out of harm's way in summer

Is it a feminist right to want more sex? One company thinks a pill is the answer

Is it a feminist right to want more sex? One company thinks a pill is the answer

Summer bummer: A young camper’s $142,938 snakebite

Summer bummer: A young camper’s $142,938 snakebite

New approach to delivering school-based vaccines improves student's experience

New approach to delivering school-based vaccines improves student's experience

New computer program predicts risk of life-threatening arrhythmias

New computer program predicts risk of life-threatening arrhythmias

Early treatment of patients with severe aortic stenosis may be better than watch-and-wait approach

Early treatment of patients with severe aortic stenosis may be better than watch-and-wait approach

Study demonstrates effective way to slow progression of cerebrovascular disease in older adults

Study demonstrates effective way to slow progression of cerebrovascular disease in older adults

Johns Hopkins researchers to present latest findings on TB and HIV at CROI 2019

Johns Hopkins researchers to present latest findings on TB and HIV at CROI 2019

Invasive surgeries could be avoided with new pacemakers powered by heartbeats

Invasive surgeries could be avoided with new pacemakers powered by heartbeats

Cervical cancer could be eradicated by 2100

Cervical cancer could be eradicated by 2100

Female adolescent blood donors more likely to have iron deficiency and related anemia

Female adolescent blood donors more likely to have iron deficiency and related anemia

Podcast: KHN’s ‘What the Health?’ A ‘healthy’ state of the union

Podcast: KHN’s ‘What the Health?’ A ‘healthy’ state of the union

Research reveals how long fainting patients need to be monitored in the ED

Research reveals how long fainting patients need to be monitored in the ED

New study provides insights on increased risk of suicide in young patients visiting ED

New study provides insights on increased risk of suicide in young patients visiting ED