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Dental Plaque Gives Insights Into The Diet...
For most people, tooth plaque is an annoyance, but for researchers it can be a valuable tool in unlocking the mysteries of little-understood cultures.
December 17, 2014
Hormone Replacement Therapy Could Increase...
Undergoing hormone replacement therapy (HRT) could increase a woman's risk of getting ovarian cancer by as much as 40%, according to a new study. Sky'...
February 13, 2015
Sky News UK
Sleeping More Than 8 Hours Could Increase ...
Sleeping more than 8 hours a night may increase the risk of stroke, new study finds.
March 01, 2015
New Study: Common Prescription Drugs Could...
A new study from Mayo Clinic researchers reveals that seven out of ten Americans take at least one prescription drug. And one of the side effects from...
March 31, 2014
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Long Term Use of Anti-Anxiety Meds Could I...
Long-term use of drugs commonly prescribed to treat anxiety and insomnia may increase risk of Alzheimer’s disease.
October 19, 2014
Testosterone Replacement Therapy Could Inc...
Testosterone therapy may increase risk of heart attack and stroke in some men.
November 06, 2013
Moderate Alcohol Consumption Could Increas...
A new study shows that moderate alcohol consumption could lead to an increased risk of breast cancer.
November 02, 2011
Football Players With Increased Risk of De...
Are football players with a history of concussion at increased risk for depression?
January 29, 2013
Temperature Change Could Increase Stroke R...
Temperature changes and air moisture may significantly affect stroke risk, a new study reveals.
February 19, 2014
Insomnia Increases Risk of Stroke in Youth
Researchers from Taiwan used health records over 4 years, to find that insomnia leads people under the age of 40 to be at higher risk of having a stro...
April 07, 2014
Why TV Binging Might Increase Diabetes Ris...
Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh have linked long periods of TV watching to an increased risk of diabetes.
April 03, 2015
Oxytocin Use to Improve Contractions Doesn...
A drug often used to stimulate contractions does not Increase risk of ADHD, study finds.
February 10, 2015
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