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How Much of an Herbicide Is Safe in Your Cereal?

On Wednesday, the prominent consumer-advocacy group Environmental Working Group, or EWG, released a report that found glyphosate, a common herbicide, in breakfast foods. The report, which focuses on cereals, granola bars, and oatmeal, determined that out of the 45 products tested, only two were free...

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A Woman Is Suing Her Surgeon For Allegedly Removing Her Healthy Kidney By Accident

Dena Knapp alleges that she was severely and permanently injured after her surgeon removed the wrong organ during an operation. View Entire Post ›

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The FDA Says This Brain-Stimulating Device May Help People With Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Transcranial magnetic stimulation devices have been shown to work for depression, and a clinical trial suggests they might also help people with obsessive-compulsive disorder. View Entire Post ›

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7 Highly Rated Kegel Products People Actually Swear By

Because most people actually do Kegels wrong. View Entire Post ›

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You Can Now Study For Free At NYU Medical School

“This decision recognizes a moral imperative that must be addressed," the dean of medicine said of the move to offer free tuition to all students. View Entire Post ›

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Both Low- And High-Carb Diets Were Linked To Shorter Lifespans In This Large New Study

People who got about half their calories from carbohydrates had longer lifespans than those who ate high- or low-carb diets, the study found. View Entire Post ›

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19 Delicious Meatless Meals That Have A Ton Of Protein

You don't even have to be a vegetarian to enjoy them. View Entire Post ›

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AI-Driven Dermatology Could Leave Dark-Skinned Patients Behind

LaToya Smith was 29 years old when she died from skin cancer. The young doctor had gotten her degree in podiatry from Rosalind Franklin University, in Chicago, just four years prior, and had recently finished a medical mission in Eritrea. But a diagnosis of melanoma in 2010 meant she would work in p...

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A 21-Year-Old Is The World's Youngest Recipient Of A Full Face Transplant

Three years after Katie Stubblefield’s face was severely disfigured, she got a second chance — and a new face. View Entire Post ›


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