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Cancer researchers are examining if eating citrus might put people more at risk for developing melanoma since researchers have long known that certain citrus juices on the surface of the skin can make...
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Man injured, traffic backed up after I-93 crash in Wilmington WILMINGTON -- All lanes of Interstate 93 in Wilmington were briefly closed Monday afternoon so a MedFlight helicopter could land to...
2015/06/29 10:10
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RAYMOND, Maine — A 52-year-old Maine man is dead after more than 60 percent of his body was burned when he fell into his backyard fire pit. State officials say Timothy Small, of Raymond, died Sunday...
2015/06/24 11:04
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Horrific early-morning neighborhood scene CHELMSFORD -- A 17-year-old Chelmsford boy succumbed to burns over most of his body following an incident outside his home early Tuesday morning. Around 5:15...
2015/06/23 06:31
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We have all heard the age-old weight loss advice to eat less and exercise more. But a number of recent studies suggest that the key to dieting success is not just in how many calories you eat, or...
2015/06/21 15:11
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... and the Morning Buzz" host Andy Blacksmith, who was diagnosed with heart failure five years ago, has died. Blacksmith died at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston while waiting for a heart...
2015/06/21 09:14
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So what you’re saying is that Hershey’s bar I’ve been wanting to eat may actually be good for me? Fans of chocolate that enjoy having a little bit a day may actually be doing more good than bad in...
2015/06/19 18:17
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Chocolate lovers already have ample reasons to defend the addiction: antioxidant compounds present in the treat have many benefits, including improving age-related memory and relieving stress. Now...
2015/06/18 23:52
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And while there has been an explosion of digital apps and devices, co-founder Zen Chu said the nonprofit institute began because "we are tired of waiting for other institutions to lead a forum to...
2015/06/18 06:05
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There are higher risks for tired young drivers. A spate of recent deaths on WA roads has coincided with an international study that found young drivers were more at risk driving at night than any...
2015/06/17 19:22
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Professor, 41, who received a double arm transplant eight months ago reveals how he can write and brush his teeth again - and loves the feeling of rain on his skin Will Lautzenheiser, a former...
2015/06/17 19:22
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Quit smoking for 15 years and your risk of heart failure and death 'is the same as that of a person who NEVER smoked', study reveals Smokers who quit for 15 years have same risk of heart failure and...
2015/06/17 08:08
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Restricting teenagers from driving unsupervised at night, and introducing strict penalties and other licensing requirements, could reduce crashes significantly, according to research. Published in...
2015/06/10 08:08
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What's This?Mature HIV virus infection and budding release of HIV in human lymphatic tissue. Image: Corbis Dennis Kunkel Microscopy, Inc./Visuals Unlimited Doctors often don't have a complete...
2015/06/09 22:49
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A Food and Drug Administration advisory panel recommended that the agency approve the cholesterol-lowering drug Praluent, the first of a wave of such cardiovascular drugs expected to raise billions of...
2015/06/09 21:56
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Created: 06/09/2015 4:03 PM WDIO.com By: MARILYNN MARCHIONE, AP Chief Medical Writer Some widely used diabetes medicines help control blood sugar without the heart risks suggested by earlier...
2015/06/08 19:08
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New company DalCor to sponsor global phase III clinical trial DalCor Pharmaceuticals (DalCor) and the Montreal Heart Institute (MHI) announced today a collaboration in principle to conduct an...
2015/06/08 16:52
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Last year, doctors in the Netherlands said they replaced most of a woman's skull with a 3-D printed plastic one. The Texas operation is thought to be the first skull-scalp transplant from a human...
2015/06/04 19:47
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Doctors in Houston, Texas, have done the world's first scalp-skull transplant. The May 22 operation was to help a cancer patient with a large head wound. Here's a look at some other dates for first...
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