New study discounts notion that wind, rain influence lower back pain
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Secukinumab appears more effective than current popular treatment, study says
It produced lower 5-year recurrence rates compared to tamoxifen, but didn't boost overall survival, study finds
Letrozole improves pregnancy rates in women with polycystic ovary syndrome, researcher says
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Cycling doesn't lead to male infertility and erectile dysfunction, but it may raise prostate cancer risk in cyclists over 50, a new study finds.
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Nearly three-quarters of 12- to 15-year-olds spend 2 or more hours a day watching TV or on computer
Class of drugs that includes naproxen linked to increased chance of heart attack, stroke, but finding not conclusive
Analysis included more than 500,000 women from Denmark
Study finds drug Chantix plus nicotine patch beats use of the patch alone
WebMD looks at ways to treat low back pain without drugs or surgery, such as acupuncture, yoga, massage, and biofeedback.
As weight climbs, so do related deaths from heart disease, diabetes and cancer, researchers say