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Simple and quick HIV tests that analyse saliva already exist, but they can only pick up the virus when it reaches relatively high...
Early diagnosis and intensive autism treatment proves to be effective in children's brain development, a new study reveals.
Pre-drinking, when followed up with on-premise drinking, is associated with almost twice-as-heavy consumption and adverse...
Researchers have found that the flu virus may trigger diabetes, suggesting that many diseases considered non-infectious are...
Laws that prohibit smoking at workplaces, restaurants and other public places result in significantly fewer hospitalisations for...
Sweat glands are of vital importance to our health, as they help heal wounds in addition to producing sweat, a new study has...
Drugs like Paracetamol, used to relieve pain and fever, are more likely to develop asthma in infants, according to a Danish study.
People who drink black tea are less likely to develop type 2 diabetes, a new study finds.
Lack of vitamin C in pregnant mothers can do serious damage to the foetal brain, according to a new research at the University of...

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