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Harvard study indicates that high levels of pollutants such as diesel, lead and mercury affect more boys than girls
Data show that 84% of these deaths due to excessive consumption of salt occurred in low and middle income
Search no2010 based Global Burden Disease Study reveals that most of the deaths, 78% occurred in low and middle income
Data from Harvard suggests that companies still convey the misleading message that cigarettes 'light' are safer than regular
Men who spend 20 hours a week watching TV have sperm concentration of less than 44% of those assets
Research shows that optimistic have higher levels of antioxidant compounds derived from plants, known as carotenoids
Study of 93,600 women showed that those who ate more blueberries and strawberries had a 32% reduction in the risk of myocardial
Replacing the current test by Xpert prevent about 132 000 TB cases and 182 000 deaths in South Africa in 10 years
New study suggested that female hormones naturally occurring in the milk can interfere with sperm quality
New research reveals likely to gain weight is twice as high among people who drink sugary drinks daily
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