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- Warning: Freezing Eggs May Do Little To Help Women That Delay Pregnancy
Doctors have issued a stark warning to women choosing to delay pregnancy: Don’t count on freezing eggs to offset a ticking biological clock just yet.
- Low Testosterone In Men Linked To Earlier Death
Older men with low levels of the hormone testosterone may die sooner than other men their age with normal testosterone levels, a study suggests.
- Study Finds Chewing Gum May Help Reduce Cravings And Control Appetite
A research study presented at the 2007 Annual Scientific Meeting of The Obesity Society, found that chewing gum before an afternoon snack helped reduce hunger, diminish cravings and promote fullness among individuals who limit their overall calorie intake.
- HIV Is Spread Most By People With Medium Levels Of HIV In Blood
People with medium levels of HIV in their blood are likely to contribute most to the spread of the virus, according to new research published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
- Viral Infections May Be Linked To Obesity
Researcher Richard Atkinson, M.D., asserts that there is a growing body of evidence demonstrating that viruses may play a role in causing obesity in humans.
- Smoking Linked To Teen Alcohol, Drug Use: U.S. Study
Teenagers who smoke are five times more likely to drink and 13 times more likely to use marijuana than those who are not smokers, according to a report issued on Tuesday.
- Chronic Cough? Iron Deficiency Could Be To Blame
Instead of cough drops, some women may need to reach for an iron supplement to treat that pesky cough, Italian researchers said on Tuesday.
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