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Bacon Causes Cancer, New Report SaysThe World Health Organization says eating processed meats is just as bad for you as smoking.
Robotic Suit Helps Paralyzed NH Man WalkThree years ago, Cory Cook was paralyzed from the chest down during a swimming accident.
Studies: Millions Could Benefit By Taking Cholesterol-Lowering MedicationsMillions more Americans could benefit from treatment with popular cholesterol-lowering medications, according to two new studies.
Screen Addiction May Lead To Behavioral, Health Problems For KidsAccording to the New York Times, Chinese doctors say children who spend hours and hours staring at screens could be suffering from a clinical disorder
CDC Study: Some Antidepressants Linked To Birth DefectsThere’s more evidence that women who take certain popular antidepressants may be at higher risk for having a baby with birth defects.
Burlington Company Hopes Airing Device Will Revolutionize Sleep Apnea TreatmentA local company has developed a new device that could be life-changing for sleep apnea patients.
Athletes Turn To 'KT Tape' For Pain ReliefRelieving the aches and pains of working out is a challenge for anyone who exercises. More athletes are turning to Kinesio Tape for relief.
ADHD Online Application Proves Helpful To DoctorsMehealth for ADHD is an online application developed by a company in Marlborough.
Hemp-Infused Dog Biscuits May Help Pets In PainWe hear a lot about medicinal marijuana and its ability to relieve pain in people. Now, some pet owners are saying something similar might be able to help their dogs and cats.
Study: Medical Marijuana Not As Effective As Previously ThoughtA review published in this week's Journal of the American Medical Association, looked at dozens of previous studies on marijuana and found very little evidence to support the use of the drug for medicinal purposes.
Experimental Drugs May Help Migraine SufferersThere is a new class of drugs which are showing promise in preventing migraines.
Doctors Perform First Partial Skull And Scalp TransplantSurgeons have used plastic implants and bone grafts to close large defects in patients’ skulls before but now doctors at MD Anderson Cancer Center and Houston Methodist Hospital say they have performed the world's first partial skull and scalp transplant.
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