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Study: Common Painkillers May Increase Risk of Heart Attack by 100%

Risk of myocardial infarction is greatest during first month of taking NSAIDs such as ibuprofen if dose is high, say researchers.

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13 Year Old Girl In Wheelchair After Getting HPV Vaccine, Left Her Feeling Like 80 Year Old

Zara Beattie, from Wigton, Cumbria was once a promising football player but now struggles to stand up on her own. Her parents believe her symptoms started after she had the HPV vaccine.

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How Simple, Natural Methods Can Take the Work Out of Gardening, Boost Your Harvest and Be A Global Food Solution

This documentary reveals a simple organic gardening method that not only can transform your personal garden, being able to grow your own foods, but may even be part of the food solution needed on a global scale.

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Is Your Sugary Sports Energy Drink Pointless?

According to experts at The American Chemical Society, the popular sports and energy drinks may be a waste of money for anything less than marathon runners and add the same calories you just burned. Water alone should hydrate us after a 30 minute workout.

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Babies Given Anti-Reflux Drugs More Likely To Suffer Bone Fractures Later in Life

A study by US medical experts of 900,000 babies found that those given prescribed reflux treatments, the process of bringing up milk after feeding, were more likely to suffer broken bones.

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New Research Shows How Chili and Ginger Cut Cancer Risk

Those avoiding spices should consider a change of heart. New research from the American Chemical Society shows combining ginger and chili contain a compound that fights cancer.

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Aromatherapy Improves Memory of Children Study Reveals

In the latest evidence backing up what alternative medicine proponents have known for centuries, Northumbria University researchers Dr. Mark Moss and Victoria Earle recently demonstrated that the aroma of rosemary essential oil could enhance the working memory of school-aged children.

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