Housework NO compensation for exercise

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Migraine linked to depression

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High blood pressure during pregnancy spurs lifetime stroke risk

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Donor egg pregnancies in US surge ahead by 59%

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Sleep a while and let the brain shove out toxin wastes

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Air pollution a carcinogenic – WHO

Hitherto belief that air pollution can fuel cancers had been validated by the world’s leading health agency. On Thursday, the World Health Organization’s (WHO) International Agency for

Obesity rate in United States levels off

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Protein of human version of mad cow disease present in 1 in 2000 people in UK

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Numerous factors impact success of bariatric surgery–Study

There are numerous factors that decide the impact of bariatric surgery on cardiovascular disease, suggest the findings of a new study. These factors include type of surgery,

Angioplasty and bypass surgery lead to comparable benefits in the long run-Study

Findings of a new study suggest that the health status and quality of life in diabetic and coronary artery disease patients, who opt for bypass graft surgery,