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Study: Just 5 Percent Of Bathroom Patrons Wash Hands Properly

A new study suggests that only 5 percent of people wash their hands long enough to effectively kill germs after using the bathroom.

06/11/2013

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Study: Drinking Coffee Could Lower Risk Of Rare Liver Disease

While excessive consumption of caffeine comes with negative consequences, drinking coffee may have at least one positive affect – preventing a rare autoimmune disease that affects the liver.

05/21/2013

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Study: iPad Could Cause Magnetic Interference With Implanted Heart Devices

A new study has found that the iPad 2 could interfere with the functionality of implanted cardioverter defibrillators.

05/12/2013

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CDC: 80 Percent Of Americans Don’t Exercise Enough

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta stated in a new report that 80 percent of all Americans do not exercise enough.

05/03/2013

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Study: Breast Implants Hinder Cancer Detection, Increase Death Risk

A new study has found that breast implants increase a woman’s chances of dying from cancer.

05/02/2013

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Study: Allergy Risks Are Elevated In Children Born In America

New research indicates that children born in the United States are more likely to develop allergy-based diseases such as asthma than kids born abroad.

05/01/2013

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Study: Coffee Could Prevent Recurrence Of Breast Cancer

The findings of a new study indicate that drinking one or two cups of coffee per day could prevent breast cancer from returning.

04/28/2013

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Study: Hookah Smoking Comes With Cancer, Leukemia Risks

The findings of a new study indicate that hookah smoking – smoking using a water pipe – comes with several cancer risks.

04/28/2013

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Study: Sugary Drink Consumption Could Cause 22 Percent Rise In Diabetes Risk

A new study published Wednesday indicates that drinking one sugary beverage per day could increase a person’s risk of eventually having diabetes by as much as 22 percent.

04/25/2013

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Study: Nearly Half Of All Parents Giving Kids Medications They Shouldn’t Consume

A recent poll suggests that forty percent of all parents are giving their young children medications to which they should not yet be exposed.

04/23/2013

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