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Zika: Will the Olympic Games Go On?
Rapidly mounting public health concerns about the spread of Zika virus have physicians debating whether the 2016 Summer Olympics in Brazil should be canceled.
A meta-analysis of data concludes that atrial fibrillation is a greater risk factor for stroke, cardiovascular disease, and death in women than it is in men.
Energy drinks are the popular drink of choice for teens, particularly when seeking that “extra kick” needed to stay awake.
The only doctor to ever be convicted of murder for recklessly prescribing drugs in the United States was sentenced to 30 years to life in prison.
Could pharma bad boy Martin Shkreli become “an effective patient advocate” to halt runaway price hikes in pharmaceuticals? At a hearing looking for possibile remedies, one congressman tried to appeal to Shkreli's better self.
A novel therapeutic approach to multiple sclerosis (MS) patients may be effective in reducing brain inflammation.
Post injury peripheral nerve regeneration and growth is possible with a powerful protein.
Doing yoga improved rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis and mood for female adults following trend of benefits associated with other conditions.
Study shows depression is more than a checklist of symptoms, and should be reconsidered as a complex web of interlocking symptoms.

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