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Too Much Niacin May Raise Heart Disease Risk
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Niacin is an essential B vitamin, but new research reveals that too much of it may harm your heart. [Full Story]
WHO Warns of Disease X, the Next Pandemic
The World Health Organization (WHO) made a dire warning of an impending pandemic at the World Government Summit, held in Dubai. WHO Director-General Tedros Ghebreyesus told world leaders that a major outbreak is a "matter of when, not if. "According to Breitbart, the WHO...... [Full Story]
Jill Biden Announcing $100M in Women's Health Funding
Jill Biden on Wednesday was announcing $100 million in federal [Full Story]
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Musk: Neuralink's 1st Human Patient Can Control Mouse
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Risk-Reducing Mastectomy Cuts Cancer Odds
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Fears Deadly Deer Disease Could Evolve to Infect Humans
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Women Gain More From Exercise Than Men
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Dispute Over Asthma Drug Puts Parents in Middle
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Scientists Pinpoint the Roots of Bad Breath
Bad breath: No one wants it, but its origins have long remained [Full Story]
Parenting Style May Influence ADHD Severity in Kids
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FDA Approves First Cell Therapy to Treat Skin Cancer
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Drug That Treats Cocaine Addiction May Curb Colon Cancer
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