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BREAKTHROUGH: New Vaccine Developed to Target Side-Effects of Xylazine

Scientists have developed a vaccine that cancels out the harm from Xylazine, an illegal drug ingredient, and subsequently prevents overdoses from happening.

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77 Percent Increase in Cancer Cases by 2050, Due to Aging Population!

The number of cancer cases is likely to increase by 77 percent by the year 2020, which will be high because of the.

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Six-fold risk of obesity linked to two types of rare genes!

A recent study identifies genetic mutations in BSN and APBA1 genes that significantly increase obesity risk, shedding new light on appetite regulation.

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Sleep Apnea Epidemic: US Health Experts Urge Vigilance Amid Escalating Risks

Growing concerns in the US as sleep apnea risks escalate; experts urge early detection for serious health implications.

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Newly Discovered Gene Mutation Offers Protection Against Alzheimer’s Disease

Genetically modified formation helps protect against Alzheimer's disease; APOE4 mutation presence raises the risk.

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‘Forever Chemicals’ Presence in Drinking Water Threatens Health in US Prisons

As the US prisons were found contaminated by 'Forever Chemicals' in their water supply, a study revealed 47 percent of US prisons lie.

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35 Percent Decline in Cognitive Slowdown: More Alzheimer’s Treatments in Pipeline

According to the latest report from the Alzheimer's Association, few more Alzheimer's treatments are in the pipeline for 2024; some even show about.

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BDD, Image Obsession Disorder, is Found to be More Prevalent in Teen Girls! Know More

Body dysmorphic disorder (BDD), as per the latest survey, is more common in teens, especially girls; the disorder makes one obsessed about finding.

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BREAKTHROUGH: Human sweat can fight against tick-borne Lyme disease, raises hope!

Lyme disease cure gets another treatment shot by researchers from MIT and the University of Helsinki, who found that human sweat can act.

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Measles Outbreak in US Sparks Concern for Wisconsin Residents

Amidst a measles outbreak in the neighboring state of Illinois, concerns arise regarding the vulnerability of Wisconsinites.

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