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So while there are some cereals that can be part of a healthy diet, you have to do a lot of label-reading, and a lot hunting for specific cereals.
Trolls take advantage of weaknesses in society, and the fix involves not just technological means but more so educating people
The tombs hail from Egypt’s Middle Kingdom, archaeologist Sarah Parcak told the publication.
Governments around the world should assign special resources to protect their national museums from the risk of fire and natural disasters.
According to the American Academy of Dermatology, 1 in 5 Americans will be diagnosed with skin cancer.
The sun care routine you need, based on your age
It could still take several years before a Zika vaccine is commercially available.
Suffering a serious traumatic brain injury can be a permanently disabling experience, but new research shows that obesity compounds the health problems survivors face in the years after their accident.
Occupational Therapy is a pivotal department within the field of health care, that involves the rehabilitation of individuals who have undergone trauma, or who have mental/physical disabilities, so that they may perform day-to-day tasks efficiently.
Before the measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine was introduced in 1963, about 3 to 4 million people in the United States got measles every year—and about 500 people a year died.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham’s single-center kidney transplant chain, considered the longest in the country, reached the mark of 100 kidney recipients on July 20.
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