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After gastric bypass surgery helped him lose 659 pounds, Paul Mason was left with a lot of dangerous excess skin.
Chemists inspect the ingredients lists on dyes sold as a wholesome alternative to traditional products.
Between 2000 and 2010, high blood pressure decreased among the rich but increased among the poor
Black men taking androgen deprivation therapy were more likely to die than white men.
An earlier study found that sickle cell trait may lead to an increased risk of sudden death, but the new study comes to a different conclusion.
The time before menopause begins might actually carry heightened risk factors associated with heart disease and stroke.
Sometimes losing signals a win, say academics.
Delegates from battleground states say they are ready to work to beat Clinton.
Prisoner have a heavier burden of HIV and other infectious diseases, and cycling through the criminal justice system is worsening the spread of the infections inside and out of prison, a new study found.
The latest support for the “hygiene hypothesis” comes from a long-term study in New Zealand.