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Original Study Report: Radio, TV towers linked to increased risk of melanoma

Editor's note:  This following article is a study report originally on foodconsumer.org.  Due to some reason, the URL was changed and some readers could not

Orchid Medical to Present at Workers' Comp Educational Conference

ORCHID MEDICAL TO PRESENT AT THE WORKERS’ COMPENSATION EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE®   ORLANDO, Fla., July 19 2016—Orchid Medical (Orchid), a leading provider ofintegrated ancillary and surgical cost containment solutions for the workers’ compensation industry, today announced that David ...
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Douches, Talcum Powder Linked to Ovarian Cancer

Saturday July 2, 2016 (foodconsumer.org) -- A study scheduled to be presented at the 27th International Nursing research congress on July, 23 2016 in Cape ...
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Testing for malaria—or cancer—at home, via cheap paper strips

June 29, 2016    Testing for malaria—or cancer—at home, via cheap paper strips   Chemist develops tech to save lives in rural Africa   COLUMBUS, Ohio—What if testing yourself for cancer ...
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Toyota recalls millions of vehicles due to air bag problems, fuel emission controls

Toyota Motor Corp. on Wednesday announced a recall for 1.43 million vehicles due to defective air bags and another 2.87 million due to dysfunctional fuel ...
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Fasting helps prevent breast cancer recurrence, death

If you are diagnosed with breast cancer, the very first thing you may do to treat your disease is fast for as long as you ...
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Unproven claims run rampant in e-cigarette business

 June 27, 2016 Unproven claims run rampant in e-cigarette business Long-term public perception could be colored by misinformation, study authors say   COLUMBUS, Ohio – Electronic cigarette makers and ...
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Epstein-Barr virus may cause breast cancer

Al Moustafa AE, Al-Antary N, Aboulkassim T, Akil N, Batist G, Yasmeen A., Co-prevalence of Epstein-Barr virus and high-risk human papillomaviruses in Syrian women with ...
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Even A Small Meal Can Influence A Doctor's Prescribing Behavior

A study published on Monday in the medical journal JAMA Internal Medicine indicates that even a small meal offered by a drug company may influence ...
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Recharge With Sleep: Pediatric Sleep Recommendations Promoting Optimal Health (PR)

Editor's comment:  Sleeping is not a simple "resting" process to get your energy back.  One important thing your body needs to do durng sleeping is ...
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