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What You Don’t Know About Sunscreen – And You Should

By CODY FENWICK (Patch Staff) WILMINGTON, MA – As a summer deteriorate approaches, people will be spending some-more time out in a sun. And for those who listen to a warnings dermatologists have been stressing for years, this means one ...

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Short Answers to Hard Questions About Antibiotic Resistance

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Study: MRI scans infer schizophrenic smarts try self-repair

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WASHINGTON, May 28 (UPI) — A group of researchers from around a universe have come opposite an early pointer of wish for patients diagnosed with schizophrenia regulating Magnetic Resonance Imaging. The team, from a United Kingdom and China have shown ...

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In US Army, enlisted soldiers’ risk of self-murder attempts varies over time

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The risk of attempted self-murder peaks during several points during enlisted soldiers’ time in a U.S. Army, a new investigate found. Soldiers who were never deployed were during top risk for self-murder attempts during their second month of service. Risk ...

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Health|Could Alzheimer’s Stem From Infections? It Makes Sense, Experts Say

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Stool Transplant Soothes Tough-to-Treat Colitis in Study

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MONDAY, May 23, 2016 (HealthDay News) — Stool transplants helped palliate debilitating symptoms and reanimate a colons of tough-to-treat ulcerative colitis patients, new investigate shows. Australian scientists pronounced a commentary could pave a approach for such transplants to be used ...

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Just 5% of Terminally-Ill Cancer Patients Fully Understand Prognosis, Study Finds

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Just a fragment of terminally-ill cancer patients entirely accepted their augury according to a new tiny investigate published currently in a Journal of Clinical Oncology. Researchers from Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Cornell University and Weill Cornell Medicine followed 178 ...

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Opioid Prescriptions Drop for First Time in Two Decades

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Trying to Get Jump on Zika Preparations With Money in Limbo

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House Is Latest Capitol Hill Stop in Zika Funding Battle

CAPITOL HILL— The dispute over Zika appropriation took a new spin as a U.S. House authorized $622 million in appropriation for a predicament late Wednesday, following a building discuss and a 241-184 opinion that fell roughly unconditionally along narrow-minded lines. ...

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