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Sexual health study IDs best female bike-riding position

Sexual health study IDs best female bike-riding position

Numerous studies over the years has found a link between avid bike riders and erectile dysfunction. But what about women? Are female cyclists similarly affected? It

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The surgical option: For some, stomach stapling is last hope

The surgical option: For some, stomach stapling is last hope

Dr. Neil Hutcher wishes he could write headlines, in addition to doing his day job of cutting into stomach and intestinal tissue to help people

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Huh? What? Where? 1 in 5 teenage boys have ADHD

Huh? What? Where? 1 in 5 teenage boys have ADHD

Apparently our nation's lack of ability to focus on one thing for more than five damn minutes is more widespread than we thought. The New

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Plastic surgery horror causes woman to grow bones in her eyelids

Plastic surgery horror causes woman to grow bones in her eyelids

We always thought that "The Human Centipede" was the most unsettling medical procedure ever, but then we heard about this. After a California woman had

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Kids, warn your parents: It's possible to overdose on Brussels sprouts

Kids, warn your parents: It's possible to overdose on Brussels sprouts

Nurse! Light a match! An Australian medical journal printed the first known case of OD by sprout, when a Scottish man suffered heart trouble after

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Depressed and anxious? It's totally your stupid sibling's fault

Depressed and anxious? It's totally your stupid sibling's fault

As Christmas draws nears, it's time to embrace your siblings, hold them close and thank them for turning you into a depressed, anxiety-riddled mess with

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Pass the salt: It may not be as bad for you as you think

Pass the salt: It may not be as bad for you as you think

For years, we've been told that salt will kill us all. However, Australian research has added to growing evidence that salt may not only be

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Frequent adolescent marijuana use lowers IQ

Frequent adolescent marijuana use lowers IQ

Here’s a shocker – smoking a ton of weed as a teenager is probably going to make it, uh, harder to think. That is the blunt

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AZ bill says women could be pregnant 2 weeks before sex

AZ bill says women could be pregnant 2 weeks before sex

If you are a woman who will be ovulating in the next two weeks, congratulations -- you're pregnant! According to new Arizona legislation, gestational age

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Transplanted cornea, older than Statue of Liberty, still works OK

Transplanted cornea, older than Statue of Liberty, still works OK

A 123-year-old cornea is believed to be the world’s oldest living organ. Certainly, its proud owner, 80-year-old Norwegian man Bernt Aune, maintains it’s the oldest

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You will surely want sunscreen after seeing this man's face

You will surely want sunscreen after seeing this man's face

We hope you're wearing sunscreen because here's the most compelling evidence we've ever seen of the damage the sun can do to skin. Pictured is a

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Take a look at this very ballsy ad for cancer prevention

Take a look at this very ballsy ad for cancer prevention

Guys are always reaching for their toys, right? Well, a Peruvian ad agency took that idea to its most far-reaching conclusion -- and decided that

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Strong smells cue our brains to stop eating

Strong smells cue our brains to stop eating

If you're dieting, you might want to avoid smelly foods. Researchers in the Netherlands conducted a study in which subjects had the fun task of

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Wheelchair alternative allows Segway-like movement

Wheelchair alternative allows Segway-like movement

An impressive alternative to the standard wheelchair will debut this week in Turkey, but it comes with a steep price tag. The new Tek Robotic

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Study says ambitious people live shorter, unhappier lives

Study says ambitious people live shorter, unhappier lives

People who attended America's most prestigious schools may seem to have the world by the tail, but it turns out all that high achievement may

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Study says nonviolent video games are good for your brain

Study says nonviolent video games are good for your brain

Go ahead, launch another Angry Bird. According to research cited in the Wall Street Journal, frequent gaming can improve everything from decision-making processes to your

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Horrifying baby-swinging guru thinks it's healthy

Horrifying baby-swinging guru thinks it's healthy

If you haven't seen viral video footage of "baby-swinging yoga guru" Lena Fokina doing unspeakable things to crying babies, you're probably among the lucky (though

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Smokers spared from seeing horrific images on packs

Smokers spared from seeing horrific images on packs

Tobacco companies won't have to put graphic images on cigarette packages, thanks to a judge's ruling. A federal mandate had been in place that would

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World's first quadruple limb transplant has failed

World's first quadruple limb transplant has failed

In what was to be the world's first quadruple limb transplant, surgeons at Hacettepe University in Turkey attached limbs donated by the family of a

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Buyer, beware the toothbrush that can break your teeth

Buyer, beware the toothbrush that can break your teeth

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued a consumer safety update Thursday about a brand of electric toothbrushes that's been found to chip teeth, cut gums and generally

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High doses of new car smell could kill you

High doses of new car smell could kill you

Jalopnik asks the question "is your car trying to kill you?" and the answer seems to be, well, maybe just a little. Citing a new

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Drinking diet soda could kill you

Drinking diet soda could kill you

Feeling good about yourself for trading sugary soda out for calorie-free diet soda? Not so fast there, bones. A study published in the Journal of

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New drug will treat most common type of skin cancer

New drug will treat most common type of skin cancer

The FDA approved a pill to treat basal cell carcinoma, the most common form of skin cancer. The drug, called Erivedge, will be an option

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Mix-up prompts huge birth control pill recall

Mix-up prompts huge birth control pill recall

It's difficult to say who is having a more troubling morning: drug giant Pfizer Inc. or its female customers. One million packets of Pfizer-produced birth

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CDC Report: Southerners Least Active

CDC Report: Southerners Least Active

ATLANTA - It's not a label we can be proud of. According to a new report out by the CDC, southerners are some of

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