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Melanoma More Fatal for Pregnant Women, Says Studies
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U.S. Vice President Promises Hasty Approval for Cancer Drugs
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A new drug derived from marijuana extract, known as shatter, is reportedly six times more powerful.
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Study shows that the Truvada pill, taken daily to prevent HIV, is "as safe as daily aspirin."
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Experts found that high doses of cocaine could put your brain's cells at an uncontrollable state of autophagy, making it eat itself.
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Health experts warn women that womb detox with herbal cleansing balls could lead to irritation and even toxic shock syndrome.
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Researchers found that ADHD do not only occur in childhood, but even in later years as an adult.
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A study conducted by the Harvard School of Public Health showed that the chemical diacetyl in flavoring liquids in e-cigarettes could cause popcorn lung.
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Researchers found that limonene, when released into the air, reacts with the ozone producing a carcinogenic compound known as formaldehyde.
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A study conducted by experts from Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine in Japan suggested that skipping breakfast could put a person at risk of stroke and heart disease.
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According to a study conducted by experts at the University of East Anglia (UAE) in the U.K. and Harvard University, they have found that flavonoid-rich fruits, such as berries, could prevent the development of erectile dysfunction in men.
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Researchers at the Harvard Medical School and Brigham, and Women's Hospital in Boston found that eating green leafy vegetables could lower the risk of developing glaucoma later in life.
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