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Jan 26, 2015 | 
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Jan 25, 2015 | 
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A New Class of Oral Medications
Jan 12, 2015 | 
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Health And Fitness Apps Boom
Jan 10, 2015 | 
If you're a smartphone user and have noticed a lot more apps pushing you to be fit, it's not just your imagination. According to Google, which looked at information from its online store, health and fitness applications were its quickest-growing category of 2014.
There Is No Easy Button
Jan 8, 2015 | 
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More Than Half Of Patients
Dec 29, 2014 | 
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Lower Serum OxytocIn Levels Associated With Type 2 Diabetes
Dec 26, 2014 | 
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