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Toxic waste linked to cancer in Pennsylvania

Environmental contaminants may be causing cancers in inhabitants of three counties in Eastern Pennsylvania.

Vitamin D benefits adolescent girls

It is widely known that vitamin D is crucial in early years of life for proper bone development, but a new study sheds light on benefits that come later in life as well.

Study: water pollution may affect fertility

Scientists believe that they have uncovered more evidence supporting the theory that declining male fertility is partially linked to the level of water contamination.

Chemicals used in household products linked to infertility

Researchers have discovered a possible connection between chemical compounds commonly found in household products and lower fertility rates in women.

Obama calls FDA to task

Adding his voice to the growing scandal surrounding a deadly salmonella outbreak, the president has criticized the Food and Drugs Administration for failing to do its job.

Concerns raised over blood-thinning medication

A powerful anticoagulant’s record is being reviewed by the authorities after several studies questioned its effectiveness in some patients.

Study explains why garlic is healthy

Canadian researchers have uncovered new facts which give scientific explanation to what our grandmothers were already convinced of: garlic is good for you.

Arthritis Epidemic In America

Although America is blessed with more dairy farming than any other nation, we are also plagued with more arthritis—which is a calcium deficiency disease. And if the calcium amount in our blood and tissue gets low, calcium will be taken from our body skeleton—usually first from the spine and pelvic bones. But we can combat this problem. Find out how when you read this article…

Health advisory: omega-6 fatty acids help the heart

A new study highlights the benefits of natural foods, while another finds link between processed meat and serious health risks.

Growing risk of deadly drug interactions among the elderly

Dangers of an overmedicated society have been highlighted by a study which has found that middle-aged and elderly patients face an unprecedented risk of dangerous drug interactions.


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