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For older breast cancer survivors, unclear when to stop mammograms
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Reuters Health - Older breast cancer survivors who may not live long enough to benefit from routine mammograms are still often getting them, while som [...]
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Acute migraine drug succeeds in late-stage study
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Eli Lilly and Co said on Friday said its acute migraine drug, lasmiditan, induced a statistically significant improvement in pain relief against a pla [...]
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Legalize abortion in some cases, Chile Congress says
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Chile's Congress has approved a bill that would legalize abortion in limited circumstances — ending the country's status as the last in South Americ [...]
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Back to school: How to avoid scabies infection in children
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Right about now, you’re getting the kids ready for going back to school. [...]
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One state takes a novel approach to opioid addiction: Access to treatment for all inmates
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Rhode Island is the first state in the nation to offer medication-assisted treatment to its entire prison population — in hopes it will reduce recid [...]
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What is 'leaky gut' — and how do you know if you have it?
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This ailment is often talked about but not well understood. [...]
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Spanking an infant changes behavior as a teen
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"It is very important that parents refrain from physical punishment as it can have long-lasting impacts," Gustavo Carlo says in a press release. [...]
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Teen battling bone cancer sworn in as police detective
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A 16-year-old Long Island teen who lost his right leg and hip to a rare bone cancer saw his dreams of becoming a police officer come true on Tuesday. [...]
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Michigan baby facing life-threatening disease similar to Charlie Gard's diagnosis
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A 4-month-old Michigan boy diagnosed with a life-threatening disease similar to what 11-month-old Charlie Gard faced is in a race against time, as his [...]
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