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Frequently eating organic food may lower cancer risk

Researchers observed a significant reduction in overall risk of cancer among individuals who consumed organic food at a high frequency, according to a new study published in JAMA Internal Medicine. “Although organic foods are less likely to contain pesticide residues than conventional foods, few studies have examined the association of organic food consumption with cancer risk,” Julia Baudry, PhD, from ...

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Australia Progressing Toward Hepatitis C Elimination

Jisoo Kwon, PhD Mathematical modeling indicates that Australia could achieve World Health Organization (WHO) targets for eliminating hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection in 10-15 years. Investigators used the Bright model developed by the Center for Disease Analysis (CDA), which has been used in several countries to assess HCV prevalence and the effect of interventions, to project progress in Australia. They ...

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Self-Lubricating Condoms Are Here, & This Is How They'll Change The Way You Have Sex

Condoms are awesome. They’re inexpensive, convenient, and they protect against both pregnancy and STIs. This means that by using them regularly, you get to relax, be in the moment, and enjoy having hot, safe sex. Despite that, some folks just don’t like using them because when not properly lubricated, condoms can feel uncomfortable, or they could slip or tear. Not ...

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Guess What Is In Your Poop: Plastic, Suggests A Study

Look at how many plastic bottles are in the River Taff in Treforest, United Kingdom. (Photo by Matthew Horwood/Getty Images) You may not be pooping bricks right now, but you may be pooping plastic. A study presented at the 26th United European Gastroenterology (UEG) Week meeting in Austria suggests that there is now so much plastic bleep around us that ...

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