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The drug is unlikely to help patients... [Read More]
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"It's an epidemic because there's no help." [Read More]
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They were prepared to fly a Boeing 737 Max 8, the airline said... [Read More]
A report from the White Coat Waste Project says the USDA made kittens into cannibals and killed 3,000 cats for toxoplasmosis research. [Read More]
But more is better... [Read More]
According to the American Academy of Pediatrics... [Read More]
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A new study says that eggs are associated with a higher risk of cardiovascular disease and early death because of dietary cholesterol. [Read More]
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Even checking the mail counts... [Read More]
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A California jury awarded $29 million to a woman who claims Johnson & Johnson talcum products, including Baby Powder, gave her cancer. [Read More]
The drug prompted social behavior... [Read More]
Brian Wansink, a prominent food and behavioral science researcher, resigned from Cornell University after six of his studies were retracted. [Read More]
U.S. life expectancy is declining as a result... [Read More]
A CDC report finds that increasing numbers of young people are dying from drugs, alcohol and suicide. Alzheimer's deaths are also rising. [Read More]
Not so cute... [Read More]
Pet shop puppies may have caused an outbreak of drug-resistant Campylobacter jejuni infections, according to a CDC report. [Read More]
reg Manteufel, of Wisconsin, had his hands and legs amputated after contracting a dog-related infection... [Read More]
Grant Robicheaux, a orthopedic surgeon who appeared on a Bravo show, and Cerissa Riley have been charged with drugging and raping women. [Read More]
Which one describes you? [Read More]
The risks seem to outweigh the benefits... [Read More]
You're probably already making a good first impression... [Read More]
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