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Men's health conditions may be influenced by exposure to testosterone in womb …
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Men's susceptibility to serious health conditions may be influenced by low exposure to testosterone in the womb, new research suggests. A study has revealed how men's testosterone levels may be determined before they are born. Understanding why some …

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Study: We actually get nicer as we age
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… actually get nicer as we age. TODAY. 11 hours ago. Facebook Share on Facebook; Twitter; Reddit; Pinterest; Email. Video: Several research studies conducted over the past few years show that personality naturally changes during adulthood, in …

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Chinese remedy shows promise for rheumatoid arthritis
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It is made from a plant called Tripterygium wilfordii Hook F (TwHF for short). Recent studies have found that TwHF can improve the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis more than a dummy treatment (a placebo) and a DMARD called sulfasalazine. However, these …

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Nice is to block a new drug for breast cancer which extends women's lives by …
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"We apply as much flexibility as we can in approving new treatments, but the reality is that given its price and what it offers to patients, it will displace more health benefit which the NHS could achieve in other ways, than it will offer to patients …

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Knuckle cracking is harmless, not linked to arthritis
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A. "I was one of those people who grew up as a knuckle cracker, and as a child I thought it was going to put me at risk for arthritis," says Dr. Andrew Adesman, chief of developmental and behavioral pediatrics at Cohen Children's Medical Center in New …

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Woman's Doctor: Shingles
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IT IS NOT LIFE-THREATENING, BUT PEOPLE WHO HAVE HAD SHINGLES ARE MORE AT RISK FOR STROKE AND HEART DISEASE. THE RESEARCH ISN'T SURPRISING. A LOT OF THESE DISEASES ARE ONE IN THE SAME THING, THEY ARE DUE …

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Popular Antidepressant May Promote Breast Cancer | The …
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Because synthetic—but not bioidentical hormone—therapy has been shown to increase the risk of breast cancer as well as heart disease. Let's walk through this. The two most important risk factors to developing breast cancer …

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Breakthrough Artificial Pancreas Study Welcomed As New Data Reveals UK …
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The breakthrough trial, detailed today in the journal Diabetes Care, comes as type 1 diabetes charity JDRF reveals UK people living with the condition are experiencing a "shockingly high" average of ten hypos a week – laying bare the urgent need for …

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Medications making their way into drinking water
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The results revealed trace amounts of triclosan, a chemical commonly found in soaps, hand sanitizers and toothpaste and ibuprofen, a widely used pain reliever and anti-inflammatory medication. "The amount of pharmaceuticals we did detect were very …

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Bee healthy
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"Bees have been used for more than 3,000 years in China to treat arthritis," countered Wang. "We have been treating patients since 1989, when the clinic was established. And there are almost no cases of relapses after they receive a treatment." E-mail …

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Curcumin Curbed Breast-Radiation Rashes
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Dietary curcumin supplement might protect breast-radiation rashes from radiotherapy-induced burns and blisters, find out more here..

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Cancer treatment takes a new line
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In the third alternative, blood supply to the cancerous tissue can be blocked to curtail growth, Dr. Rao says. New imaging technologies reduce the dosage of radiation. The new motto of the American College of Radiology is “as low as reasonably …

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