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Yes, New Brain Cells Can Be Regrown

Also: Tinnitus linked to chronic pain.

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Teenage Scientist Found a Way to Stop Allergies

Also: Nespresso helps reviving coffee production in South Sudan.

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Excessive Sugar Intake Can Cause Addiction

This study provides evidence that sugar can be addictive.

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Outbreak Alert: Salmonella Poona Infections Linked to Imported Cucumbers

CDC warns about possible Salmonella Poona infections caused by imported cucumbers.

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Simple Tips To Lower Bad Cholesterol

Cholesterol has been one of the main causes of heart and coronary diseases. Here are a few simple tips how to lower the bad cholesterol levels.

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Preventing Food Allergies in Children

Also: Production of breast milk linked to insulin.

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Antibiotics Might Increase Risk of Hearing Loss

Also: Extreme food pickiness in preschoolers linked to mental health problems.

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Parents Base Child’s Happiness on Their own Feelings

Also: High-risk areas for Lyme disease are expanding.

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New Blood Test Can Identify Past Exposures to Infections

Also: Parental age and child’s autism risk.

Peanut Allergy Linked to Children’s Asthma

Also: Should children learn through play?

Toxic Chemicals in Our Daily Products

See what chemicals in our daily personal products pose a potential danger to our health.

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The Best Whooping Cough Prevention

Also: FDA warns about new drugs for type 2 diabetes.

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Organic Milk and Long-Life Milk Linked to Children’s Lower IQ

Also: Toxic weed killer found in breast milk and infant formula.

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Maple Syrup Can Make Antibiotics More Effective

Also: No link found between MMR vaccine and autism.

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High Levels of Vitamin D Could be Dangerous

Also: Parents should take away their smart phones and get their kids outdoors.