CBS Atlanta Health News
- As Hepatitis C Cases Rise, Advocates Question High Cost Of Cure A new drug that appeared on the market just two years ago is capable of curing Hepatitis C, but for many living with the disease getting access to the drug is a bigger obstacle.
- Study: Bullies Have Higher Self-Esteem, Lower Depression Rates Bullying behaviors are linked to higher self-esteem, social status, and a lower rate of depression, according to a new provocative study.
- Study: 2 Generic Drugs May Reduce Breast Cancer Deaths Two inexpensive generic drugs could held reduce breast cancer deaths in women who develop the disease after menopause, according to new research.
- Study: Irregular Sleeping Patterns Linked To Cancer Poor sleeping patterns could be a contributing factor to cancer, a new test on mice suggests.
- Researchers Explore Why Lonely People Stay Lonely Researchers are investigating what makes lonely people stay lonely and if certain behavior may be the root of isolation.
- CDC Warns That Kissing, Cuddling Chickens Can Spread Salmonella Those who spend time around chickens may want to think twice before being overly affectionate.
- Study: Children With Psychiatric Problems Face Greater Risk Of Problems As Adults Children with psychiatric problems face a greater risk of health, legal, financial and social problems later in life, according to a new study.
- Study: New Inhaled Ebola Vaccine Protects Monkeys From Virus New research shows an inhaled Ebola vaccine is working to protect monkeys from the deadly affects of the virus.
- National Survey: Adults Still Aren't Eating Their Fruits And Veggies Most U.S. adults still aren't eating nearly enough fruits and vegetables.
- Heroin Use Increasing Among Women And Wealthy The demographics behind heroin addiction in the United States are making a shift as its use increases among women and well-off abusers, according to information released by federal officials Tuesday.