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Millennials are having less sex, overweight ages brains, McDonald’s axes preservatives from menu items

Kids may outgrow ADHD. For parents of children diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), a new study delivers some uplifting news: Kids may outgrow it by their ...
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New HIV vaccine, gonorrhea may soon be untreatable, more school equals better heart

Too much red meat might harm kidneys. Red meat intake, in this case, mostly pork was strongly associated with an increased risk of end-stage renal disease, the loss of normal kidney ...
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One twin has Zika; the other doesn’t, doctors grow new nose on boy’s forehead, and more

One Zika twin has microcephaly; the other doesn’t. A set of twins in Brazil has doctors stumped as one was born with microcephaly from the Zika virus and the other was not. Jaqueline ...
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Unlikely drug to block breast cancer, KFC boxes that double as phone chargers, and more

Doing this at bedtime could temporarily harm your vision. A short-lived optical sensation can lead some smartphone users to mistakenly believe they’ve lost sight in one eye, British ...
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Last week in health: Avocado shortage causes crime wave, obesity fuelling malnutrition, and more

Psychologists recommend children be bored in the summer. There are activities and summer camps galore to fill children’s time and supply much needed childcare when kids are out ...
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Last week in health: Sex obsolete by 2030, naked restaurant in London, and more

Sex will be obsolete by 2030 because of Netflix. David Spiegelhalter, a professor and statistician at Cambridge University, suggests that TV is causing couples to have less sex. According ...
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Last week in health: Prince died from overdose, how to avoid breast cancer, and more

Marijuana used by adults tied to few physical health problems. Other than being at an increased risk of gum disease, people who smoked marijuana for up to 20 years during adulthood ...
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