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Polymeals - the Recipe for a Longer Life?
If you enjoy good food and don't like the idea of taking pills to reduce the risks of heart attack or stroke, it could be time to try the Polymeal.
Air Around Indoor Pools May Harm Kids' Lung Cells
Children who make regular visits to an indoor pool may develop damage to a type of lung cell that helps prevent airway inflammation, a new study suggests.
Study: Saliva Can Be Used to Detect Oral Cancer
Saliva can be used to diagnose whether someone has oral cancer and may also be a reliable indicator of other cancers and diseases, researchers said on Wednesday.
Immigrants to the U.S. Arrive Thin, Get Fat
Many immigrants to the United States soon get fat, joining an increasingly obese population in their adopted country, researchers said on Tuesday.
Male Birth Control Moves Closer to Reality
The day when men can take a pill or rely on an implant to keep them from fathering a child may only be a few years away, experts say.
Test Shows Who Needs Chemo for Cancer
A new genetic test can tell doctors which breast cancer patients need to undergo the discomfort of chemotherapy -- and suggests many women don't need to, researchers said on Friday.
Gene Test Can Predict Breast Cancer Chemo Effect
A genetic test for patients with early breast cancer can identify that only some of them will be helped by chemotherapy, but for those women the benefits far outweigh the drawbacks, researchers said on Friday.
Smoking Is Bad for the Brain - Study
Smoking not only damages health, it is bad for the brain too, according to a Scottish study spanning nearly 60 years.
UK to Extend Chiron Flu Vaccine Suspension
U.K. regulators have extended the suspension of Chiron Corp.'s influenza vaccine production in Liverpool, England for another three months from Jan. 4, the company said on Tuesday.
Birth Month Seen Linked to Multiple Sclerosis Risk
People born in May in the northern hemisphere have a higher than average risk of developing multiple sclerosis, researchers said on Tuesday.
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