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Try these tips to avoid social isolation during cancer
www.mayoclinic.org
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Urinary tract infections, explained
www.northbynorthwestern.com

Women's bodies are complicated mechanisms. I mean, we can grow a whole human being inside of us – that's pretty crazy, if you ask me. But, unfortunately, some subjects that pertain to women's sexual health are taboo and stigmatized in today's society.

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Sorafenib a Possible Option for Medullary Thyroid Carcinoma?
www.medscape.com

Sorafenib (Nexavar, Bayer/Onyx) may be a good alternative for the treatment of advanced medullary thyroid cancer (MTC) when two agents approved for this carcinoma, vandetanib (Calpresa, AstraZeneca) and cabozantinib (Cometriq, Exelixis), are not …

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Four ways to keep cellulite at bay
www.freemalaysiatoday.com

cellulite With summer just around the corner, the number-one enemy of bikini-wearers everywhere is back on the agenda. Linked to genetic and hormonal causes, cellulite is an unfair and unfortunate fact of life for many women, especially since the die …

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The cholesterol drug 'that kills prostate cancer'
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An experimental drug designed to lower cholesterol may turn out to be an effective weapon against prostate cancer, research has shown. Tumours need cholesterol to build their cell walls. By cutting their cholesterol production a chemical compound known …

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Testing blood pressure in both arms could save lives from heart risk
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Doctors should take blood pressure readings in both arms of patients, experts say, after they found a difference was linked to a severe heart risk. Those with just five points' variation were twice as likely to have died from heart disease in the next …

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