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New Hope For Pain

New Hope For Pain

A drug meant to help curb the cravings of addiction has found a following for a seemingly counter-intuitive use: to dull pain.

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Weight Loss Surgery

Weight Loss Surgery

Surgery for weight loss may be an extreme step, but a new study of more than 13,000 patients has found lasting benefits. Patients with obesity…

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How to Import Your Own Drugs

How to Import Your Own Drugs

You’ve probably heard that some Americans buy cheap pharmaceuticals in Mexico and Canada, but have you ever wondered exactly how that works?

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Exercise and the Brain

Exercise and the Brain

In another exercise-related study, a University of Colorado team found that moderate exercise in people who were otherwise sedentary had a positive impact on the brain…

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Editors Save Lives

Editors Save Lives

Health advocates are praising the social network Pinterest for taking an ethical stand on vaccine misinformation — and backing it up with editorial practices.

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Cool It With The Ice

Cool It With The Ice

A post-workout ice bath is a good way to show you’re serious about fitness, but it may not be a good way to grow muscle. A paper in the Journal of Applied Physiology compared muscle biopsies…

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Sleep Therapies

Sleep Therapies

Genetic studies of “short sleepers” may lead to sleep therapies for the sleep-deprived, The New York Times reported. Short sleepers are those who…

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Battling Colds

Battling Colds

A cure for the common cold may finally be in sight. There are so many strains of virus that lead to colds that researchers have long despaired of finding a way to attack them all.

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So Do Plants

So Do Plants

Speaking of longevity, another way to achieve it could be to boost the proportion of your protein intake that comes from plants…

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