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Processed Food Researchers Sound Alarm About Ultra-Processed Foods and You Should Listen! - Scientists at the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have found in a new study that ultra-processed foods may…
Atherosclerosis Study Reveals Possible Connection between Heart Disease and Cancer - Heart disease and cancer are two of the major causes of death in America. Scientists are now saying that having…
HIV Blood Test AIDS: A Rare New Strain of HIV Identified by Abbott Laboratories - Abbott Laboratories announced that it has identified a new subtype of the AIDS virus in three people, which the current…
Generic Medications Fewer Generics Are Prescribed by Doctors Who Receive Gifts from Pharmaceutical Companies - A study published on November 6 confirms "the hypothesis that the pharmaceutical industry can influence the prescriptions of general practitioners".…
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