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Older adults who eat greater amounts of fish end up preserving their bone density better than people who don't eat as much fish
With Chinese food on the rise all over the world, consider the risks of the industry's favourite ingredient, MSG: food expert speaks to Ahram Online
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About five in 100 kids wet the bed at night, but boys are more than twice as likely than girls, a new study says
Tallying the number of carbohydrates in the diet may be helpful to people using an insulin pump to treat type 1 diabetes
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The number of lung cancer cells circulating in a patient's blood could help determine how aggressive the cancer is and predict the best treatment to use
Breast cancer patients who take the generic drug tamoxifen for five years are less likely to see their cancer return than those who take it for only two years
A break through for those in need of a more than just plastic surgery.
Although security may be back on track, it is too soon to let down your guard
Women who get lots of omega-3 fatty acids are less likely to develop age-related macular degeneration (AMD), an eye disease affecting millions of older adults
People taking low doses of aspirin to protect their heart may be at risk for stomach bleeding, and those taking both aspirin and other common drugs may have an even higher risk
A new study finds that birth defects fell substantially after more women began taking folic acid -- adding to evidence of the B vitamin's benefits during pregnancy.
Winds are likely to carry any contamination out to the Pacific without threatening other nations
The recent increase in awareness of stem cell research has introduced a new idea
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A drug also used to help prevent migraines can increase the risk for oral birth defects in babies born to women taking the medication
Dependence on televisions, cell phones and laptops may be costing us dearly - in lack of sleep
There has been nearly a 30 per cent drop over 15 years in young children's visits to the doctor for ear infections
A simple blood test might help detect Down syndrome and avoid the more current, extensive procedure, which carries a small risk of miscarriage
The new generations of Egyptian youth have opened Egypt for democracy and dignity. How do adults internalise this and set an example for children? Acclaimed behavioural consultant details tips
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Millions of women in developing countries risk disease and early death in the coming decades as their rising economic and political status leads them to smoke more
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Girls who get migraines appear more likely than their peers to gain extra weight during adulthood, scientists say.
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