Oral contraceptives pills have more benefits than you thought of
27 Jan
2015
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Oral contraceptives pills have more benefits than you thought of »

Oral contraceptive pills, also known as magical pills, offer protection against unplanned pregnancies. However, most women are unaware of the fact that birth Read more…

New York City investigates spike in Legionnaires’ disease
14 Jan
2015
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New York City investigates spike in Legionnaires’ disease »

NEW YORK — City health officials are trying to determine if a common source is to blame for a spike in cases of Read more…

BMC turns focus on suburbs, to add 3,000 hospital beds
10 Jan
2015
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BMC turns focus on suburbs, to add 3,000 hospital beds »

MUMBAI: The civic administration will focus on healthcare in the suburbs this year, with plans to increase the number of public hospital beds Read more…

Surrogate mothers do fine in decade following birth
10 Jan
2015
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Surrogate mothers do fine in decade following birth »

A decade after giving birth, surrogate mothers don’t appear to suffer lasting mental health difficulties as a result of giving away the babies Read more…

Hit the weights, not the treadmill, to reduce belly fat
26 Dec
2014
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Hit the weights, not the treadmill, to reduce belly fat »

The first thing many people do when they enter the gym at the beginning of January is to step on a treadmill, but Read more…

New York girl with tumor disorder gets wish to meet Santa
25 Dec
2014
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New York girl with tumor disorder gets wish to meet Santa »

Christmas came early for a New York girl battling a genetic disorder that causes tumors to grow in her brain and other organs Read more…

Using e-readers, tablets in the evening could harm sleep quality
24 Dec
2014
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Using e-readers, tablets in the evening could harm sleep quality »

After monitoring participants for 2 weeks in a sleep lab, researchers suggest using light-emitting e-readers in the evening and early night may harm Read more…

Too much protein in middle age ‘as bad as smoking’
20 Dec
2014
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Too much protein in middle age ‘as bad as smoking’ »

Two new studies conclude that low protein intake may hold the key to a long and healthy life, at least until old age. Read more…