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Challenges in managing side effects may prompt some doctors to treat tumors less aggressively, researchers suggest
No link to autism found in large review of previous research on measles, mumps, rubella vaccine
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Review found no evidence they benefit many women, but cervical cancer screening still needed
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Patients taking efavirenz should be assessed for depression, researchers say
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Millions of people with type 1 or type 2 diabetes have another treatment option now that the FDA has approved an inhaled insulin.
Price tag for 1 year of institutionalized care is now about $84,000, federal report says
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Victory for 2 family-owned firms that said Obamacare requirement violated their religious beliefs
Sperm quality and woman's age are more important factors in fertility success, researchers say
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But researchers also found that medications used to treat disorder not part of increased risk