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Treating PTSD: An Opioid Drug can Help Overcome Fear and Anxiety
Treating PTSD: An opioid drug can fight anxiety disorders, and also help numb fear memory, reveals a new study.
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Can inhaling cleaning products affect your child's health? Yes, early exposure of babies to household cleaning products can increase the risk of developing asthma and wheezing...
Declines in Heart Attack Higher Among Men Than Women
Declines in acute myocardial infarction have slowed among women in comparison with men in recent years, reports a new study.
Coronavirus death toll climbs to more than 2,000 with more than 75,000 cases...
More than 2,000 people have now died from the killer coronavirus rapidly sweeping the world. And more than 75,000 patients have been struck down with the deadly SARS-CoV-2...
Mars may have developed habitable conditions as early as 4.2 billion years ago
A new study claims that Mars could have been habitable anywhere between 4.2 to 3.5 billion years ago. The authors of this study have adjusted their timeline of when they...
Study Probes Side Effects of Long-Used Methotrexate
People who took methotrexate had small-to-moderate increases in risks for skin cancer, infections, and gastrointestinal, lung and blood problems, according to the study...
The US Women's Soccer Team Could Make History With Another Olympic Gold in Tokyo
When the US women's soccer team takes the field at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo , they'll be in a unique position, arriving to the Games as both the gold-medal favorites and a...
Woman recovering from cancer becomes first in the world to give birth after...
Doctors took immature eggs from the French woman's ovaries before artificially maturing them in the lab and freezing them. Years later, the eggs were thawed and fertilised, and...
US bars more than 100 Americans on Diamond Princess from returning over...
CDC officials said on Tuesday that the remaining 100 Americans on the Diamond Princess cruise ship in Japan pose an 'ongoing risk' to US public health and may not return...
4 Tips to Get Your Brain Moving in the Morning
Some people can hit their alarm, hop out of bed, and run out the door for a brisk jog without a sign of sleepiness in tow. Others seem to need a good half-hour in their robe...