Marijuana Users May Lose Their Teeth, Study Says

Medicinal marijuana may have many benefits, but one should not forget that, as with most drugs, users can also experience short- and long-term adverse effects. Marijuana is already well known for contributing to the impairment of younger people’s brain function, memory…

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Can Allergies Be ‘Turned off’ by Gene Therapy?

Allergies afflict around 50 million people in the US. It is estimated that around 40 percent of American children and up to 30 percent of American adults have an allergy. What is more, epidemiological studies suggest that the number of…

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Poor Sleep Can Cause Alzheimer’s, New Study Says

It is no secret that having sleepless nights frequently isn’t good for one’s brain and body. The side effects of sleep deprivation might however extend even farther than doctors realized up to this point, new research shows. According to a…

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5 Factors That Affect a Woman’s Fertility

A national survey by the CDC suggests that more than 6% of married ladies in the USA are infertile. The numbers from other studies also paint a similar picture, and this shows that it is a prevalent and severe problem. Organizations like…

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Can Inadequate Sleep Time Contribute to Obesity

Why do some people get fat and others do not? That is a difficult question with complicated answers. Of all the risk factors most people would mention in response to this question, sleep is usually overlooked, mostly because it is…

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Prostate Cancer Treatment May Cause Dementia

There’s a seemingly ever-growing body of research about prostate cancer, as new studies are being published quite frequently at the moment. However, while some of the news is very encouraging, other findings are proving to be devastating. According to a…

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