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Medical News Today: How to get rid of an amoxicillin rash

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A reaction to amoxicillin, a medication used to treat bacterial infections, causes an amoxicillin rash. A side effect of amoxicillin can be a rash that...
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Medical News Today: Even minor distress puts you at risk of chronic disease

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New research finds that you needn't experience high levels of distress for your risk of chronic diseases to increase; low distress levels are enough....
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Medical News Today: What are the symptoms of stage 4 breast cancer?

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When breast cancer reaches stage 4, it will have spread from the breast to other parts of the body. Cancer cells in new parts of...
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Medical News Today: Fifteen home remedies for acne

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Many home remedies can help people reduce their acne by treating oily skin, killing bacteria, and providing antioxidants. Natural treatments that reduce acne flare-ups include...
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Medical News Today: Melanoma: Immunotherapy for brain metastases ‘doubles survival’

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A new study into U.S. cancer data finds that checkpoint blockade immunotherapy doubles median overall survival in melanoma patients with brain metastases....
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Medical News Today: Full-fat dairy may actually benefit heart health

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New research challenges the widely held belief that full-fat dairy must be avoided. In fact, some types of dairy may even prevent stroke, says the...
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Medical News Today: Spinal stroke: Causes, treatment, and outcome

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Strokes in the spinal cord are rare, accounting for just over 1 percent of all strokes. They can cause a variety of symptoms, including pain...
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Is Full-Fat Dairy Unhealthy? Study Finds No Heart Health Risks

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You can feel less guilty about enjoying full-fat dairy products as a new study found they had no significant link to heart disease or premature...
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High Blood Pressure In Older Adults Linked To Alzheimer’s Disease

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In a study of nearly 1,300 older adults, those with higher systolic pressure were more likely to have changes in their brain associated with Alzheimer's...
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How Does Living In A Big City Affect Your Health?

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From high-rise buildings to claustrophobic journeys on public transport, several aspects of the big city life can increase the risk of health problems....
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Medical News Today: What causes clammy skin?

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Clammy skin is a widespread occurrence, particularly in people who sweat a lot. Clammy skin may occur periodically if a person is too warm, but...
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Sunscreen Not Enough If You Are Fair-Skinned, Study Finds

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In a new study, respondents who used multiple methods of sun protection had the lowest risk of sunburn while those who only used sunscreen had...
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Can Being In A Bad Mood Have Any Benefits?

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Despite the pressure to be happy all the time, being in a bad mood is part of the human experience and can even offer a...
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Fear Of Heights? Virtual Reality Therapy Might Be Able To Help

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In a new study, scientists from the United Kingdom found virtual reality therapy was effective in helping people deal with their fear of heights....
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Heat Affects Our Brain Power, But Is Air Conditioning The Solution?

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In a heat wave study, Harvard researchers found those without access to air conditioning demonstrated longer reaction time on cognitive tests....
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Asthma Symptoms Can Be Reduced With Healthy Diet, Study Says

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After examining data on French adults, researchers found a healthy diet may help in preventing asthma symptoms and managing the disease....
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Magnesium Deficiency? These 4 Foods Can Give You A Boost

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Can you identify a possible magnesium deficiency? Here's what you should know about the important mineral, including the best dietary sources....
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Many American Doctors Overworked, Likely To Make Medical Errors Due To Burnout

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Researchers from Stanford University found a two-fold higher risk of medical errors and technical mistakes among doctors who were burned out....

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