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Cleaner air means healthier kids, pollution study finds
USA TODAY
A new study shows that cleaner air has measurable health benefits for kids. As air quality has improved in the notoriously smoggy Los Angeles area, so has the health of children's lungs, according to a long-running study of 2,120 children published today in ..


Expert: Men Have 'Terrific Insecurities' About Penis Size, Want To Be 'Sexual ...
CBS Local
Cambridge, Mass. (CBS CONNECTICUT) A new study asking "Am I Normal?" is the largest body of research analyzing penis size for 15,000 men and uncovers that most men "believe they're smaller than average" something experts are calling a ..


Spider venom could be the secret to creating effective long-term painkillers
The Week Magazine
You probably don't want a poisonous spider in your home, but spider venom could actually be the key to pain treatment. A new study published in the British Journal of Pharmacology found that seven compounds found in spider venom blocked a protein that ..


Head of US National Cancer Institute to step down
Reuters
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The director of the U.S. National Cancer Institute will step down later this month after nearly five years at the helm of the agency that supports basic research on cancer in academia, industry, and its own labs, the National Institutes of ..


Scopes linked to superbug outbreak lacked FDA clearance
Philly.com
Chris Lavanchy, engineering director for ECRI Institute in Plymouth Meeting, holds a duodenoscope, whose model was not identified. The institute recommended Wednesday that hospitals periodically culture the devices to make sure they are free of harmful ..


Buying E-cigarettes Online is Very Easy for Teens, Study Reveals
Daily Science Journal
For teenagers in the United States, getting electronic cigarettes through online purchases is quite easy, says a new study. The study has revealed that the success rate of teenagers buying e-cigarettes online is about 94 percent. Published in the journal JAMA ..


Slashing back on sugar: How much sugar you're likely consuming
CTV News
Soft drinks, candy and other sugary snacks with little nutritional value should make up less than 10 per cent of your diet, the World Health Organization says maybe less than five per cent, if you really want to be healthy. Taking an old recommendation a step ..

Fit Body at 40 May Keep Brain Bright at 60
WebMD
WEDNESDAY, March 4, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- People who are fit in their 40s seem to retain more brain volume two decades later and also perform better on decision-making tests, new research suggests. The analysis of more than 1,200 participants who ..
Lung Cancer Treatment Using Immune System Wins FDA Approval
New York Times
Heroin Addiction Increasingly Becoming A Young, White, Midwest Issue
CBS Local

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