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Study estimates sexual behaviour of Japanese; no data available on homosexuality Japan has an increasing percentage of young adults with no history of heterosexual vaginal intercourse. Public health experts at the University of Tokyo completed the most detailed analysis of national...
The compound that is responsible for the heat in peppers can slow lung cancer spread The compound responsible for chili peppers' heat could help slow the spread of lung cancer, the leading cause of cancer death for both men and...
Remotely delivering rehabilitation services to patients with late-stage cancer improves their physical function, pain and quality of life Remotely delivering rehabilitation services to patients with late-stage cancer improves their physical function, pain and quality of life. It also allows them to...
Sugar is not a mood elevator it makes people more tired, less alert Sugar does not improve mood and it can make people less alert and more tired after its consumption. These are the findings of a new study by...
Lancet Study says globally one in every five deaths is because of poor diet Globally, one in five deaths (11 million deaths) in 2017 were associated with poor diet, with cardiovascular disease being the biggest contributor, followed by cancers...
Long-term survival improved in advanced pancreatic cancer patients following extended chemotherapy before surgery Most pancreatic cancers are considered advanced or inoperable when the tumors grow outside the pancreas to encompass veins and arteries. The average survival time is predicted to...
A new male birth control pill has successfully passed initial safety and tolerability tests in humans A team of scientists announced that a new male birth control pill has successfully passed initial safety and tolerability tests in humans. The once-daily pill...
Smokers who have skin cancer have a 40% less chance of surviving it compared to others Melanoma patients with a history of smoking cigarettes are 40 per cent less likely to survive their skin cancer. These are the findings of...
Pairing music and  painkillers  improves pain and inflammation by 70-90%, finds a study New research has found that pairing music and painkillers - with one of four selected pain medications - offered a promising complementary strategy to treat pain. The pain...
Doctors at Johns Hopkins Medicine perform the first transplant of an organ from one HIV positive person to another For the first time, a person living with HIV has donated a kidney to a transplant recipient also living with HIV....

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