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A simple injection in the back of the mouth can silence snorers and help them and their families get a good night's sleep.
Working with asbestos is the major risk factor for mesothelioma. A history of asbestos exposure at work is reported in about 70 percent to 80 percent of all cases. However, mesothelioma has been reported in some individuals without any known exposure to asbestos.
Sex or Sports?
Who are these schlubs? A new poll commissioned by GQ magazine reveals that one in five American men has turned down hot, steamy sex to watch sports on TV. That's 200 of the 1,000 men between the ages of 25 and 55 across the country whom pollsters talked with this summer.
Adverse side-effects of Celebrex
As the federal meeting on controversial painkillers gets under way today, local researchers say the arthritis drug Celebrex can increase the risk of heart problems, and may even cause death.
The heart attack and stroke risks linked to withdrawn arthritis drug Vioxx are an inherent problem for similar pain pills, Vioxx maker Merck & Co. Inc. told advisers to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday.
Cox-2 Painkillers are going through tough times and now the regulator FDA is putting questions to Pharma Majors Pfizer and Merck.
M. Michael Wolfe, a gastroenterologist at Boston University, admits he was duped by the Pharmacia Corporation, the manufacturer of the blockbuster arthritis drug Celebrex.
Hair Loss Myths
You might be surprised to learn that many people are unable to untangle fact from fiction when it comes to hair loss. Some of the blame lies with the many companies and individuals exploiting hair loss myths in order to sell bogus hair products. Other myths may linger because people with hair loss, particularly women, are reluctant to talk about an issue that remains sensitive and sometimes emotional.
"No more rugs, no more plugs" That's the new mantra of the hair-replacement industry, which has undergone huge changes during the past few years.
Anti-Depressants Sexual Side Effects
At this point in the evolution of our pharmacologically dependent culture, it's well known that a major drawback of anti-depressants such as Prozac and Zoloft is that they often come with serious sexual side effects, namely low desire.
Mens Health Issues
Men are much less likely than their wives, sisters and mothers to see a doctor, according to a 2000 study by The Commonwealth Fund, a New York-based nonprofit that supports research on health and social services issues.
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