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The state of New York opens its first medical marijuana dispensary in Manhattan as part of the launch of the state's medical marijuana program. The facility is one of the 20 dispensaries that the state will be allowing to operate by the end of January.
Shares Jan 07, 2016 06:32 AM EST
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg posted on his personal page on Monday a fitness challenge encouraging everyone to join him in running 365 miles in 2016.
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Spanish company Babypod developed a vaginal speaker that allows mothers to play tunes for their unborn child.
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Researchers from the U.S. and Denmark conducted a study revealing that taking contraceptive pills before or during pregnancy do not contribute to birth defects on infants.
Shares Jan 06, 2016 08:46 AM EST
An extensive research on Nordic twins found that when one twin is diagnosed with cancer, the other is more likely to contract the disease as well.
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French startup DietSensor unveiled a food scanning device known as the SCiO at the 2016 International Consumer Electronics Show to aid in the diet of the suffering from cardiovascular diseases and diabetes.
Shares Jan 06, 2016 08:01 AM EST
American activity trackers maker Fitbit unveil their latest Blaze smartwatch at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, which will be out in the market by March.
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Before, cancer is believed to be based more on luck than genes or lifestyle. A landmark study involving twins, however, suggests one should never downplay genes.
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The popular assisted reproductive technique (ART) has now been successfully applied on dogs.
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A report has found that "hypnosedatio" can help patients deal with undergoing brain surgery that must be done while they are awake.
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Research in mice has uncovered a hormone that appears to help regulate cravings for sugar and alcohol, which could help people deal with obesity or diabetes.
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A large British study has found that women who were unhappy tended to be those who were unhealthy, but that unhappiness by itself was not linked to higher mortality.
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