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BBC News
'I beat type 2 diabetes with 200-calorie drinks'
BBC News
Nearly half of patients have reversed type 2 diabetes in a "watershed" trial, say doctors in Newcastle and Glasgow. People spent up to five months on a low-calorie diet of soups and shakes to trigger massive weight loss. Isobel Murray, 65, who had ...

New York Times
Birth Control Pills Still Linked to Breast Cancer, Study Finds
New York Times
Women who rely on birth control pills or contraceptive devices that release hormones face a small but significant increase in the risk for breast cancer, according to a large study published on Wednesday. The study, which followed 1.8 million Danish ...

Miami Herald
Viagra goes generic: Pfizer to launch own little white pill
ABC News
This Monday, Dec. 4, 2017 photo shows a tablet of Pfizer's Viagra, left, and the company's generic version, sildenafil citrate, at Pfizer Inc., headquarters in New York. The drugmaker is launching its own cheaper generic version of Viagra rather than ...

Fox News
Flu cases double last year's total, CDC says
Fox News
Health officials warn of bad flu season this year, but still recommend the flu shot. (The Associated Press). More than 7,000 cases of influenza have been confirmed in the U.S. so far this flu season -- more than double the number this time last year ...

TIME
Eating Cheese Every Day May Actually Be Good for You
TIME
Cheese is typically considered more of an indulgence than a health food, but a new review of research suggests that it may not be as bad for you as once thought. In fact, people in the analysis who ate a little bit of cheese every day were less likely ...

Scientific American
Consistently Lower Cancer Survival Rates for Black Patients in US
Scientific American
(Reuters Health) - Whether it's colon cancer, breast cancer, or ovarian cancer, survival rates in the U.S. are lower for black people than for white people, three new studies show. All three were published in the journal Cancer. In one, Dr. Arica White ...

Washington Post
Gene therapy makes a big advance treating hemophilia B blood disorder
Washington Post
Jay Konduros used to rush home several times a year after accidentally cutting or bumping himself. There he would inject himself with refrigerated blood-clotting factor to prevent internal bleeding and extensive bruising and swelling. “I was walking on ...

kfor.com
Children who are spanked more likely to become violent toward future partners, study says
kfor.com
Parents who believe in “spare the rod, spoil the child” might be setting their children up to become violent toward future partners, according to a study published Tuesday in the Journal of Pediatrics. “We asked 758 kids between 19 and 20 years old how ...

Washington Post
Stopping Opioid Addiction At One Key Source: The Hospital
Washington Post
It may not be rocket science, but a group of surgeons at the University of Michigan's Michigan Medicine have devised a strategy to curb the nation's opioid epidemic — starting at their own hospital. Their findings appeared online Wednesday in the ...

Independent Journal Review
Millennials Speak Up and Say Calling Them Snowflakes Is Damaging to Their Mental Health
Independent Journal Review
As society becomes more and more politically correct, the likelihood of offending someone keeps on increasing. So-called millennials have developed a reputation for being easily offended, and they're not afraid to let you know when they've been ...

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