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Some women may benefit from delaying breast reconstruction following mastectomy
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Arts-based groups benefit individuals with mental health conditions
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Alzheimer’s drug may be promising treatment for traumatic brain injury
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Advanced lung cancer patients get survival benefit with use of concurrent chemotherapy, proton therapy
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New research opens the way to understand life on Mars through meteorites
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Mutation speeds up sperm of zebra finches
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Study: Diet not connected to GI problems in children with autism
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Research Opens New Way to Understand Possible Martian Life through Meteorites
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Prior dengue fever in people infected by Zika does not lead to worse illness
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Bio-inspired materials—borrowing from nature's playbook
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Majority of primary care providers could not recognize all risk factors for prediabetes, survey finds
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FOXI3 gene is involved in dental cusp formation
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Trump says Republicans should 'let Obamacare fail,' says, 'I'm not going to own it'
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