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Cell phone radiation study finds more questions than answers

Cell phone radiation and a potential link to cancer risks have left consumers and scientists alike scratching their heads since mobile phones became widely used in the 1990s.

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Influenza might be spread simply by breathing, study finds

The flu virus might be spread not only by coughing and sneezing, but also simply by breathing, researchers say in a new report. That may not sound surprising, but the common wisdom among flu experts has been that flu was not an airborne virus but only spread by fairly large droplets,...

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Pre Workout Food to Fuel Your Workouts

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