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Nov 17

A popular cure for heartburn is being called back from pharmacies around the world.

Ranitidine-based drugs are temporarily withdrawn from the market in South Korea, the United States, Canada, and several other countries. Chief Editor

Nov 16

The possible causes of the deadly disease of vapers called doctors

Vitamin E oils, which are inhaled by vapers, were previously called the cause of the disease, but experts noted that the nature of lung injuries when smoking electronic cigarettes indicates something else. Chief Editor

Nov 15

Doctors called a dangerous side effect of the popular pain medication

According to the data analysis, ibuprofen can cause acute generalized exanthematous pustulosis. Chief Editor

Nov 10

Scientists have called the new danger of regular drinking

Regular consumption of alcoholic beverages increases the risk of dementia, researchers have shown. Chief Editor

Nov 03

Scientists called the most useful plants for fitness

The use of certain plants and spices can help improve performance in the gym, the researchers are sure. Chief Editor

Oct 30

It's not that simple: nutritionists have called the "most dangerous" diet

Various publications managed to report on the dangers of a keto-diet, but did not take into account several important nuances. Chief Editor

Oct 30

Scientists called the most dangerous pose for sleep

According to researchers, sleep on the stomach can turn into the greatest health problems. Chief Editor

Oct 23

Experts called the most effective diet

After analyzing 40 popular diets, American experts identified the most effective method of proper nutrition. Chief Editor

Oct 22

Life-extending products called scientists

Only 25-30 grams of fiber per day can reduce the risks of dangerous diseases, and the transition, for example, thousands of people to such a diet will help prevent 13 deaths. Chief Editor

Oct 19

Dramatically increasing cancer risk product called experts

During an experiment on a group of mice, scientists gave one rodent sucrose in such a volume that is comparable to that consumed in many Western countries. Chief Editor