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Chemotherapy in childhood may leave lasting effects on memory
Childhood cancer survivors who had chemotherapy may have certain types of thinking and memory problems as young adults, a small study suggested.
Women with BRCA gene mutations given clearer picture of breast cancer risk
Women who carry the BRCA1 or BRCA2 gene mutations now have the clearest picture yet of their risk of developing breast and ovarian cancer.
Cholesterol-lowering vaccine jab to stop heart attacks
Heart attacks could be prevented with a jab after promising research revealed it can help the immune system lower cholesterol.
Discovery could guide immunotherapy for lung cancer
Immunotherapy is a type of cancer treatment that boosts the body's natural defenses to fight the cancer.
Parkinson's may begin in gut before affecting brain
Parkinson's disease, which involves the malfunction and death of nerve cells in the brain, may originate in the gut, new research suggested, adding to a growing body of evidence supporting the idea.
Symptoms of heat stroke or heat exhaustion
Heat stroke and heat exhaustion are serious conditions if they are not treated quickly and effectively, but people can ignore the symptoms and pass them off as normal during hot weather.
Age, cost of treatment among top reasons patients leave hospital early
It's a not uncommon occurrence: Patients discharge themselves from the hospital against their doctor's best advice.
Heartburn symptoms could be causing constant acid reflux
Heartburn, also known as acid reflux or indigestion can cause an unpleasant taste in the mouth, a sore throat, chronic cough and pain in the chest.
Sleeping-in on weekends linked to lower body weight
Catching up on lost sleep over weekends may help people keep their weight down, according to a study in South Korea.
Ditching two unexpected foods from diet could increase diabetes risk
Type 2 diabetes could be more likely in people who swap to a vegetarian or vegan diet, a study found.
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