Public health researchers attempt to teach parents about when to wean - and why
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The American Academy of Pediatrics’ short-lived policy revision on female circumcision ignites debate over how best to eradicate the practice
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If you thought the terms “snowpocalypse” and “snowmaggeddon” were the most troubling repercussions of this week’s weather, you weren’t alone.
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In their quest for world’s tallest peaks, many climbers use a drug to manipulate the acid-base chemistry in their bodies
Women wanting to get pregnant turn to acupuncture as an option
Researchers may improve antibiotics by targeting nitric oxide in bacteria
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Have you ever stepped out of a dim subway station into the sunshine and felt that telltale tickle in your nose—the unmistakable need to sneeze? Sneezing in the sudden presence […]
New insulin study may open doors for better treatment of sarcopenia.
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Newly discovered compounds can kill tuberculosis bacteria while it is in its dormant state.
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