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Death rates from breast cancer in Britain have dropped by a third in a \r\n generation, a pan-European study shows.
Harboring prejudice, it seems, may be bad for your health. When we think about the victims of racism, we typically think of the immediate targets of racial prejudice: Those who have suffered at the hand of discrimination and oppression. But new research has identified another, unlikely group of victims: the racists themselves.....
Consumer Reports, usually a trusted source, recently released a report in their September issue titled "The 12 Most Dangerous Supplements." However, among the 12 supplements listed, many have already been clinically proven to not only be beneficial, but is also found naturally in many foods we eat on a regular basis.
A Canadian researcher says results from a study on oral sex indicate that it is becoming a more common activity for young women. Results show the act has become a fundamental part of what she calls the "sexual revolution of the 21st century", with implications for safe sex education and practices.
The House bill doesn't give anyone free health care. Will they be eligible for subsidies to buy health insurance? The House bill says that "individuals who are not lawfully present in the United States" will not be allowed to receive subsidies. Health reform would permit the euthanization of the elderly and chronically ill
Sirius Radio's Dr. Steve explains the why some people suffer from chronic swamp mouth
A woman who underwent a double mastectomy and later discovered she didn't have breast cancer was set to receive $198,000 under a settlement approved Tuesday by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors.
Kids don't have to worry about performance or teamwork anymore. Instead of playing dodge ball (or some other traditional sport), kids are now hopping about like a frog during physical education class.
Scientists are sniffing out cancer before X-rays can.
Experts warn a new superbug that is resistant to even the most powerful antibiotics has entered UK hospitals.
A new device called Diaphragm Pacing Stimulation, or DPS, helps some people who need to use large, noisy and power-hungry ventilators to breathe.\r\n\r\n
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38% of wedding guests don't mind if the bar isn't fully stocked, but they do expect there at least be gratis beer and wine. Most are pissed by the prospect of a cash bar (5 percent won't even show up if they have to pay for their own libations).
There's plenty you can do, short of surgery, to reduce signs of aging. The key? Pampering your skin's inner structure, the collagen and elastin fibers that keep your face looking firm.
Although many seniors stop driving voluntarily or sharply limit their driving, others refuse. While the scrutiny of older drivers may cut deaths but a senior's loss of independence can be painful.
The. Mind. Boggles.
If you've read up on how caffeine affects your brain, you know it's easy for daily fixes to become necessary rather than energizing. One coffee-loving writer details how hard it is to measure your intake, given the nature of coffee and soda.