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Women with military-related risk factors have an increased risk for developing dementia

Dementia Risk Up in Women With Military-Linked Risk Factors

Risk for developing dementia higher for women with TBI, PTSD, and depression
A novel technique

Novel Breast Imaging Technique Might Cut Unnecessary Biopsies

Method combines radiomics with three-compartment breast image analysis of dual-energy mammography
A millimeter-scale

Wearable Sensor Can Measure Personalized Ultraviolet Exposure

Device can be used during outdoor activities and in therapeutic phototherapy units
Medication errors in acute care that result in death occur most often in patients older than 75 years

Medication Errors Resulting in Death Most Common in Elderly

Most common medication error category was omitted medicine or ingredient
Both pregnancy losses and a history of at least five live births are associated with an increased risk for cardiovascular disease

Pregnancy Losses Linked to Risk for Cardiovascular Disease

Women with five or more live births at increased risk for coronary heart disease, hospitalized MI
Enrollment for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act is down with just days left to sign up

Enrollment Under the Affordable Care Act Down From Last Year

In most states, Saturday is the sign-up deadline for coverage beginning Jan. 1
Certain Kotex tampons are being recalled by Kimberly-Clark because they can unravel and leave pieces inside women's bodies.

Recalled Kotex Tampons Can Unravel Inside Body

Small number of reports include infections, vaginal irritation, localized vaginal injury
Consumers should not use two electronic cigarette liquids that contain erectile dysfunction drugs because they may pose health risks

FDA: Some E-Cigarette Liquids Contain Erectile Dysfunction Meds

Sildenafil and tadalafil not approved to be sold over the counter and are being sold illegally
Antipsychotic use is associated with an increased risk for unexpected death among children and youths

Antipsychotics Up Risk for Unexpected Death in Youths

Risk for unexpected deaths increased in higher-dose antipsychotic group versus control group
Both short and long sleep duration and poor sleep quality are associated with increased odds of recurrent falls in women

Sleep Length, Quality Linked to Risk for Falls, Fractures

Women with less than five, more than 10 hours of sleep, poor sleep quality at increased risk for falls