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Concern Grows Over Tainted Drinking Water
David Savitz, a vice president for research at Brown University, said his studies have found the chemical might cause “modest increases in disease” in humans, such as testicular cancer and hypertension in pregnant women. “We're not talking about ... [...]
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Drinking alcohol may increase breast cancer risk: study
The ultimate goal is to use this knowledge in breast cancer prevention, but the findings also have implications for women who are undergoing hormone replacement therapy for menopausal symptoms, as alcohol can affect the actions of the hormones they ... [...]
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Drinking green tea may help you treat joint pain
Green tea could contain a new treatment for rheumatoid arthritis, says a new study. A team of researchers have discovered that a compound in green tea could have the potential to treat joint pain, inflammation and tissue damage in sufferers of ... [...]
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