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The Herald News
CSI Lizzie: How Fall River police would handle the Borden case in 2017and cooled the body faster. The holes allowed bodily fluids to drain. Andrew an
The Herald News / Posted 52 minutes ago
and cooled the body faster. The holes allowed bodily fluids to drain. Andrew and Abby’s stomachs were removed and sent to Harvard Medical School for examination. Dr. William Dolan, the city’s medical examiner, took the bodies to undertaker James... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
When high deductibles hurt: Even insured patients postpone careapproach fails, "they then have to seek care at the emergency department," said
News-Medical-Net / Posted 3 hours ago
approach fails, "they then have to seek care at the emergency department," said Frank Wharam, a health policy researcher at Harvard Medical School and lead author of the study. Wharam said the middle-income earners he studied didn't suffer any... Read more
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WHAS TV11 Louisville
In US first, scientists edit genes of human embryosscreen them in the lab and implant only ones free of the defect. Dr. Robert C.
WHAS TV11 Louisville / Posted 4 hours ago
screen them in the lab and implant only ones free of the defect. Dr. Robert C. Green, a medical geneticist at Harvard Medical School, said the prospect of editing embryos to avoid disease "is inevitable and exciting," and that "with... Read more
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Business Wire
Publication of Research Article on Foralumab, a Fully Human Anti-CD3 Antibody Being Developed as an Oral Therapy for NASH and Autoimmune Diseasestreatment of diabetes. About Howard L. Weiner, MD Howard L. Weiner is the Rob
Business Wire / Posted 10 hours ago
treatment of diabetes. About Howard L. Weiner, MD Howard L. Weiner is the Robert L. Kroc Professor of Neurology at the Harvard Medical School, Director and Founder of the Partners Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Center and Co-Director of the Ann Romney... Read more
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The Columbian
U.S. scientists edit genes of human embryoscreen them in the lab and implant only ones free of the defect. Dr. Robert C.
The Columbian / Posted 14 hours ago
screen them in the lab and implant only ones free of the defect. Dr. Robert C. Green, a medical geneticist at Harvard Medical School, said the prospect of editing embryos to avoid disease “is inevitable and exciting,” and that “with... Read more
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The Pekin Daily Times
In U.S. first, scientists edit genes of human embryosscreen them in the lab and implant only ones free of the defect. Dr. Robert C.
The Pekin Daily Times / Posted 18 hours ago
screen them in the lab and implant only ones free of the defect. Dr. Robert C. Green, a medical geneticist at Harvard Medical School, said the prospect of editing embryos to avoid disease "is inevitable and exciting," and that "with... Read more
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WREG-TV Memphis
In US first, scientists edit genes of human embryosscreen them in the lab and implant only ones free of the defect. Dr. Robert C.
WREG-TV Memphis / Posted 18 hours ago
screen them in the lab and implant only ones free of the defect. Dr. Robert C. Green, a medical geneticist at Harvard Medical School, said the prospect of editing embryos to avoid disease “is inevitable and exciting,” and that “with... Read more
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Market Watch
A provocative new analysis suggests you don’t have to take all your antibiotics after allis a danger that the analysis could be misconstrued, said Dr. Maha Farhat, assi
Market Watch / Posted 21 hours ago
is a danger that the analysis could be misconstrued, said Dr. Maha Farhat, assistant professor of biomedical informatics at Harvard Medical School. “There are definitely certain examples where it’s safe to prescribe a shorter course, but I don’t... Read more
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Medical News Today
The 10 best prostate cancer blogsHealth Blog: Prostate Health Harvard Health Blog is run by Harvard Health Publ
Medical News Today / Posted yesterday
Health Blog: Prostate Health Harvard Health Blog is run by Harvard Health Publications, the publishing division of the Harvard Medical School of Harvard University. Harvard Health Publications draw on the expertise of more than 11,000... Read more
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The Scientist
Stem Cells in the Hypothalamus Slow Aging in Miceneural stem cells have widespread effects on the rate of aging in mice In what
The Scientist / Posted yesterday
neural stem cells have widespread effects on the rate of aging in mice In what David Sinclair, who studies aging at Harvard Medical School and who was not involved in the work, calls a “Herculean effort,” the researchers “discovered that... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Study explores long-term consequences of breast surgery on woman's sensuality, sexual function& Infants Hospital and the Warren Alpert Medical School; Christina Raker of Wom
News-Medical-Net / Posted yesterday
& Infants Hospital and the Warren Alpert Medical School; Christina Raker of Women & Infants Hospital; and Don Dizon, MD, of Harvard Medical School. This work was originally presented at the Society of Surgical Oncology in Houston, TX in... Read more
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The Washington Times
Donald Trump emerges as the true master of mediahave addressed what kind of comfort food helps personal political angst. There
The Washington Times / Posted yesterday
have addressed what kind of comfort food helps personal political angst. There was a suggestion from Jean Fain, a Harvard Medical School-affiliated psychotherapist who had advice for Democrats suffering from “post-election grief” after... Read more
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The Forward
When Did Saving Lives Become an Irrational Goal? Welcome to the 2017 Healthcare Debatewords like “murder.” Unfortunately, we have too many facts available to politel
The Forward / Posted yesterday
words like “murder.” Unfortunately, we have too many facts available to politely dodge the unpleasant. A 2009 study out of Harvard Medical School found that uninsured working Americans had a 40% higher likelihood of death in any given year than... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
A rift among experts over analyzing Trump's mental healthAPsaA's president that he "applauded" its policy. Dr. Leonard Glass is a part-
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted yesterday
APsaA's president that he "applauded" its policy. Dr. Leonard Glass is a part-time associate professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and works as a senior attending psychiatrist at McLean Hospital in Belmont, Massachusetts. He said... Read more
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KXLY-TV Spokane
A rift among experts over analyzing Trump's mental healthAPsaA's president that he "applauded" its policy. Dr. Leonard Glass is a part-
KXLY-TV Spokane / Posted yesterday
APsaA's president that he "applauded" its policy. Dr. Leonard Glass is a part-time associate professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and works as a senior attending psychiatrist at McLean Hospital in Belmont, Massachusetts. He said... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
A rift among experts over analyzing Trump's mental healthAPsaA's president that he "applauded" its policy. Dr. Leonard Glass is a part-
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted yesterday
APsaA's president that he "applauded" its policy. Dr. Leonard Glass is a part-time associate professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and works as a senior attending psychiatrist at McLean Hospital in Belmont, Massachusetts. He said... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
A rift among experts over analyzing Trump's mental healthAPsaA's president that he "applauded" its policy. Dr. Leonard Glass is a part-
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted yesterday
APsaA's president that he "applauded" its policy. Dr. Leonard Glass is a part-time associate professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and works as a senior attending psychiatrist at McLean Hospital in Belmont, Massachusetts. He said... Read more
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KRCR TV Redding
A rift among experts over analyzing Trump's mental healthAPsaA's president that he "applauded" its policy. Dr. Leonard Glass is a part-
KRCR TV Redding / Posted yesterday
APsaA's president that he "applauded" its policy. Dr. Leonard Glass is a part-time associate professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and works as a senior attending psychiatrist at McLean Hospital in Belmont, Massachusetts. He said... Read more
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News Channel 12 New Bern
A rift among experts over analyzing Trump's mental healthAPsaA's president that he "applauded" its policy. Dr. Leonard Glass is a part-
News Channel 12 New Bern / Posted yesterday
APsaA's president that he "applauded" its policy. Dr. Leonard Glass is a part-time associate professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and works as a senior attending psychiatrist at McLean Hospital in Belmont, Massachusetts. He said... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
A rift among experts over analyzing Trump's mental healthAPsaA's president that he "applauded" its policy. Dr. Leonard Glass is a part-
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted yesterday
APsaA's president that he "applauded" its policy. Dr. Leonard Glass is a part-time associate professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and works as a senior attending psychiatrist at McLean Hospital in Belmont, Massachusetts. He said... Read more
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News 8000
A rift among experts over analyzing Trump's mental healthAPsaA's president that he "applauded" its policy. Dr. Leonard Glass is a part-
News 8000 / Posted yesterday
APsaA's president that he "applauded" its policy. Dr. Leonard Glass is a part-time associate professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and works as a senior attending psychiatrist at McLean Hospital in Belmont, Massachusetts. He said... Read more
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KECI Missoula
A rift among experts over analyzing Trump's mental healthAPsaA's president that he "applauded" its policy. Dr. Leonard Glass is a part-
KECI Missoula / Posted yesterday
APsaA's president that he "applauded" its policy. Dr. Leonard Glass is a part-time associate professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and works as a senior attending psychiatrist at McLean Hospital in Belmont, Massachusetts. He said... Read more
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KEYT 3 Santa Barbara
A rift among experts over analyzing Trump's mental healthAPsaA's president that he "applauded" its policy. Dr. Leonard Glass is a part-
KEYT 3 Santa Barbara / Posted yesterday
APsaA's president that he "applauded" its policy. Dr. Leonard Glass is a part-time associate professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and works as a senior attending psychiatrist at McLean Hospital in Belmont, Massachusetts. He said... Read more
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The Scientist
Stems Cells in the Hypothalamus Slow Aging in Miceneural stem cells have widespread effects on the rate of aging in mice In what
The Scientist / Posted yesterday
neural stem cells have widespread effects on the rate of aging in mice In what David Sinclair, who studies aging at Harvard Medical School and who was not involved in the work, calls a “Herculean effort,” the researchers “discovered that... Read more
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The Hill
In defense of the Congressional Budget OfficeG. Frank, Ph.D., is the Margaret T. Morris Professor of Health Economics in the
The Hill / Posted yesterday
G. Frank, Ph.D., is the Margaret T. Morris Professor of Health Economics in the Department of Health Care Policy at Harvard Medical School, and Sherry Glied, Ph.D. is Dean of the Wagner School of Public Service at NYU. The views expressed... Read more
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The Brockton Enterprise
Bill targets smoking with kids in carSome 50,000 nonsmokers die from secondhand smoke exposure in the United States
The Brockton Enterprise / Posted 2 days ago
Some 50,000 nonsmokers die from secondhand smoke exposure in the United States every year, according to Sana Raoof of Harvard Medical School. By comparison, the National Highway and Traffic Safety Association reports some 3,477 people were... Read more
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The Herald News
Bill targets smoking with kids in carSome 50,000 nonsmokers die from secondhand smoke exposure in the United States
The Herald News / Posted 2 days ago
Some 50,000 nonsmokers die from secondhand smoke exposure in the United States every year, according to Sana Raoof of Harvard Medical School. By comparison, the National Highway and Traffic Safety Association reports some 3,477 people were... Read more
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The Patriot Ledger
Bill targets smoking with kids in carSome 50,000 nonsmokers die from secondhand smoke exposure in the United States
The Patriot Ledger / Posted 2 days ago
Some 50,000 nonsmokers die from secondhand smoke exposure in the United States every year, according to Sana Raoof of Harvard Medical School. By comparison, the National Highway and Traffic Safety Association reports some 3,477 people were... Read more
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The Herald News
Bill targets smoking witwh kids in carSome 50,000 nonsmokers die from secondhand smoke exposure in the United States
The Herald News / Posted 2 days ago
Some 50,000 nonsmokers die from secondhand smoke exposure in the United States every year, according to Sana Raoof of Harvard Medical School. By comparison, the National Highway and Traffic Safety Association reports some 3,477 people were... Read more
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The Patriot Ledger
Bill targets smoking witwh kids in carSome 50,000 nonsmokers die from secondhand smoke exposure in the United States
The Patriot Ledger / Posted 2 days ago
Some 50,000 nonsmokers die from secondhand smoke exposure in the United States every year, according to Sana Raoof of Harvard Medical School. By comparison, the National Highway and Traffic Safety Association reports some 3,477 people were... Read more
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The Brockton Enterprise
Bill targets smoking witwh kids in carSome 50,000 nonsmokers die from secondhand smoke exposure in the United States
The Brockton Enterprise / Posted 2 days ago
Some 50,000 nonsmokers die from secondhand smoke exposure in the United States every year, according to Sana Raoof of Harvard Medical School. By comparison, the National Highway and Traffic Safety Association reports some 3,477 people were... Read more
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MyMotherLode.com
Trial opens in case seeking details on executions in Arizonainmates. In addition, reporters are permitted to witness executions, he said.
MyMotherLode.com / Posted 2 days ago
inmates. In addition, reporters are permitted to witness executions, he said. Dr. David Waisel, professor of anesthesia at Harvard Medical School, testified on behalf of the news organizations, saying the state isn't giving the public enough... Read more
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FOX News
Trial opens in case seeking details on executions in Arizonainmates. In addition, reporters are permitted to witness executions, he said.
FOX News / Posted 2 days ago
inmates. In addition, reporters are permitted to witness executions, he said. Dr. David Waisel, professor of anesthesia at Harvard Medical School, testified on behalf of the news organizations, saying the state isn't giving the public enough... Read more
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Breitbart
Psychiatry Group Encourages Members to Share ‘Knowledge’ About President Donald Trump’s Mental Healthand the American Psychological Association, are breaking rank with the rule. D
Breitbart / Posted 2 days ago
and the American Psychological Association, are breaking rank with the rule. Dr. Leonard Glass, a psychiatrist at Harvard Medical School, said in a commentary that the rule keeps he and his colleagues from doing their job. “The rule... Read more
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Daily Mail
DARPA reveal project to develop gene editing systemaccessible, so DARPA launched its Safe Genes program to address health and secu
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
accessible, so DARPA launched its Safe Genes program to address health and security concerns related to these tecnologies Harvard Medical School: A team led by Dr George Church seeks to develop systems to safeguard genomes by detecting,... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Science Opens New Doors in Fight Against HIVincluded 393 low-risk, HIV-negative adults in the United States, Rwanda, Uganda
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 days ago
included 393 low-risk, HIV-negative adults in the United States, Rwanda, Uganda, South Africa and Thailand. Dan Barouch of Harvard Medical School reported the APPROACH study results, which found that the vaccine regimen encompassing two primes with... Read more
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Boston Globe
Allegations that medical school dean led drug-fueled secret life reverberate in Bostonwhen we were in college. We did a lot of adventurous things. He was always up f
Boston Globe / Posted 3 days ago
when we were in college. We did a lot of adventurous things. He was always up for adventure.” Puliafito went on to Harvard Medical School and got his training at Massachusetts Eye and Ear, a specialty hospital. He stayed there as a staff... Read more
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Boston Globe
Allegations that medical school dean led drug-fueled secret life reverberate in Bostonwhen we were in college. We did a lot of adventurous things. He was always up f
Boston Globe / Posted 3 days ago
when we were in college. We did a lot of adventurous things. He was always up for adventure.” Puliafito went on to Harvard Medical School and got his training at Massachusetts Eye and Ear, a specialty hospital. He stayed there as a staff... Read more
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KECI Missoula
Statins: What happens when patients stop taking them?from pharmaceutical companies. Dr. Alexander Turchin, an author of the new stu
KECI Missoula / Posted 3 days ago
from pharmaceutical companies. Dr. Alexander Turchin, an author of the new study and an associate professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, wasn't surprised by his findings. He said the research fell in line with what we already knew about... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
Statins: What happens when patients stop taking them?from pharmaceutical companies. Dr. Alexander Turchin, an author of the new stu
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 3 days ago
from pharmaceutical companies. Dr. Alexander Turchin, an author of the new study and an associate professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, wasn't surprised by his findings. He said the research fell in line with what we already knew about... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
Statins: What happens when patients stop taking them?from pharmaceutical companies. Dr. Alexander Turchin, an author of the new stu
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 3 days ago
from pharmaceutical companies. Dr. Alexander Turchin, an author of the new study and an associate professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, wasn't surprised by his findings. He said the research fell in line with what we already knew about... Read more
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KRCR TV Redding
Statins: What happens when patients stop taking them?from pharmaceutical companies. Dr. Alexander Turchin, an author of the new stu
KRCR TV Redding / Posted 3 days ago
from pharmaceutical companies. Dr. Alexander Turchin, an author of the new study and an associate professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, wasn't surprised by his findings. He said the research fell in line with what we already knew about... Read more
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KESQ Palm Springs
Statins: What happens when patients stop taking them?from pharmaceutical companies. Dr. Alexander Turchin, an author of the new stu
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 3 days ago
from pharmaceutical companies. Dr. Alexander Turchin, an author of the new study and an associate professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, wasn't surprised by his findings. He said the research fell in line with what we already knew about... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
Statins: What happens when patients stop taking them?from pharmaceutical companies. Dr. Alexander Turchin, an author of the new stu
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 3 days ago
from pharmaceutical companies. Dr. Alexander Turchin, an author of the new study and an associate professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, wasn't surprised by his findings. He said the research fell in line with what we already knew about... Read more
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News 8000
Statins: What happens when patients stop taking them?from pharmaceutical companies. Dr. Alexander Turchin, an author of the new stu
News 8000 / Posted 3 days ago
from pharmaceutical companies. Dr. Alexander Turchin, an author of the new study and an associate professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, wasn't surprised by his findings. He said the research fell in line with what we already knew about... Read more
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Breitbart
CNN’s Jake Tapper Roasted After Suggesting Having Middle Class Upbringingin a very similar neighborhood in Philadelphia,” Tapper replied. Tapper, whose
Breitbart / Posted 3 days ago
in a very similar neighborhood in Philadelphia,” Tapper replied. Tapper, whose father attended both Dartmouth College and Harvard Medical School, felt no need to clarify that, unlike Scaramucci, he attended an exclusive private high school in Bryn... Read more
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New Kerala
Eat like an Italian (minus the pizza) - newkerala news #256880and focusing on non-animal sources of protein," said Dr. C. Keith Ozaki, a vasc
New Kerala / Posted 3 days ago
and focusing on non-animal sources of protein," said Dr. C. Keith Ozaki, a vascular surgeon at Brigham and Women's Hospital/Harvard Medical School in Boston, who researches the effects of nutrition on the body's blood vessels. Vascular surgeons are... Read more
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MPNnow.com
Dr. Gifford-Jones: Just what are we swimming in, anyway?have any ideas? If you do, I’ll publish! Dr. Ken Walker (Gifford-Jones) is a g
MPNnow.com / Posted 3 days ago
have any ideas? If you do, I’ll publish! Dr. Ken Walker (Gifford-Jones) is a graduate of the University of Toronto and The Harvard Medical School. He trained in general surgery at the Strong Memorial Hospital, University of Rochester, Montreal... Read more
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Wayne Post
Dr. Gifford-Jones: Just what are we swimming in, anyway?have any ideas? If you do, I’ll publish! Dr. Ken Walker (Gifford-Jones) is a g
Wayne Post / Posted 3 days ago
have any ideas? If you do, I’ll publish! Dr. Ken Walker (Gifford-Jones) is a graduate of the University of Toronto and The Harvard Medical School. He trained in general surgery at the Strong Memorial Hospital, University of Rochester, Montreal... Read more
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Market Watch
Sinus sufferers spend billions of dollars a year to stop snifflingcan lead to a “rebound effect,” where after taking them for a few days the symp
Market Watch / Posted 3 days ago
can lead to a “rebound effect,” where after taking them for a few days the symptoms can come back worse, according to Harvard Medical School. Along with poor physical well-being, some sufferers have low self-esteem because their nose isn’t... Read more
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