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August 05, 2015
With muscle supplements being a popular addition to exercise regiments their potential health risks also remain a concern.
A review of men in Finland showed varying amount of time in the sauna showed benefits in preventing heart disease.
Could the amount of caffeine men drink affect their likelihood of developing erectile dysfunction?
Using a questionnaire based survey of children from Scandinavia, these authors correlated asthma, eczema, and rhino-conjunctivitis, and found lower rates of these outcomes in those who hand washed as opposed to those who machine washed their dishes.
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