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The study, published in The Economic Journal, found that gun purchase waiting periods do not prevent homicides; but they can save hundreds of lives each year—maybe even thousands—that suicide would have ended.
In the past few years, technology and satellite companies’ offerings to scientists have increased dramatically. Thousands of researchers now use high-resolution data from commercial satellites for their work.
Other experts applauded the USPSTF for past and current recommendations regarding prostate screenings because it created general guidelines for PSA tests and made providers more aware of overdiagnosis and treatment for the disease.
Taking shortcuts in your eye care while traveling can exacerbate bad habits or create new dangers.
Garvey said a health care provider should work with a patient to understand that while achieving an “ideal” body weight might be a goal, that can be difficult.
If you're considering taking the plunge into this infamous high-fat, low-carb way of eating, there are some things you should know about it first.
The study by the University of Alabama, Birmingham was the first to test this form of intermittent fasting known as early time-restricted feeding in humans.
Preterm neonates who are exposed to caffeine within the first seven days after birth showed reduced incidence and severity of acute kidney injuries than neonates who didn't.
For Lovelace, teaching CPR meant knowing his words could potentially save a life. He never imagined that life would be his own.
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