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This One Soup Recipe Could Help You Live to 100

...The only downside: The soup takes an hour and a half to cook. ...
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More and more medical experts are backing the major health benefits of coffee

Scientists have announced recently that three to five cups of coffee daily do not have long-term health risks...
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Breast really is best

More evidence that breast-feeding babies changes their lives for the better...
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Tuberculosis still raging in Eastern Europe

Stockholm (AFP) - About a thousand people still contract tuberculosis daily in Europe and Central Asia, despite an overall decline of the disease, a report by the Europe Centre for Disease Prevention and Control(ECDC) revealed Tuesday....
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Prenatal blood tests detect cancer signal in some women

LA JOLLA, Calif. (Reuters) - A new genetic test that sequences the blood of pregnant women for signs of diseases such as Down Syndrome in their fetuses are turning up unexpected results: a diagnosis of cancer in the mother....
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'Over the counter' birth control pills might save public money

(Reuters Health) - Providing no- or low-cost birth control pills over the counter may reduce costs and prevent up to a quarter of unplanned pregnancies, researchers say....
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Bubonic plague-carrying fleas found on New York City rats

Spend any length of time in New York City and a rat will show its whiskery face or worm-like tail. ...
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Three-quarters of supermarket chickens carry food poisoning bug

Nearly one in five samples highly contaminated and none of major supermarkets met targets for reducing campylobacter ...
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Toddler dies of measles in Berlin, first death in outbreak

BERLIN (AP) — An 18-month-old boy has died of measles in Berlin, the first known death in an outbreak of the disease that has seen more than 570 cases in the German capital since October....
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Merck places children's HIV drug in shared non-profit patent pool

LONDON (Reuters) - U.S. drugmaker Merck & Co has contributed an HIV medicine for children to an international shared patent pool in a move that should speed the development of cheap paediatric formulations for use in poor countries....
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