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More evidence essential oils 'make male breasts develop'

BBC News - 21 hours ago
A suspected link between abnormal breast growth in young boys and the use of lavender and tea tree oils has been given new weight, after a study found eight chemicals contained in the oils interfere...

Low Sperm Count: Here Are Some Health Problems That Could Be The Cause

Forbes - 2 hours ago
Sperm count dropping? A study presented today at ENDO 2018 shows some possible causes. (Photo: Shutterstock). Dori in Finding Nemo once sang, "Just keep swimming, just keep swimming." But...

Dimethandrolone undecanoate shows promise as a male birth control pill

Medical Xpress - 2 hours ago
A new birth control pill for men appears to be safe when used daily for a month, with hormone responses consistent with effective contraception, study researchers say. Their study results, in 83 men,...

652 drinks a year. Kentucky binge drinking rate among highest in nation, study says

Lexington Herald Leader - 2 hours ago
Kentucky's rate of binge-drinking has been one of the highest in the nation, according to a new study. The state ranked third, at 652, in the total number of alcoholic drinks consumed annually...

Doctors said to let a teen's sinus infection 'run its course,' family says. Weeks later, he died.

Duluth News Tribune - 1 day ago
The video showed 13-year-old Marquel Brumley bundled up in a hooded coat, sluggish and slumped in his seat. He was holding somebody's hand, then loosened his grip and let go. "Get well...

Drugs kill more Americans than guns, cars and AIDS. How we got here.

Sioux Falls Argus Leader - 19 hours ago
Dr. William Fannin has practiced medicine in Prestonsburg, Kentucky for 31 years. He has witnessed firsthand as the opioid crisis took a firm grip on the region in the late 1990s. Fannin lost his own...

Report: Abortion is safe but barriers reduce quality of care

WJLA - 9 hours ago
Abortions in the U.S. are very safe but getting one without facing delays and false medical information depends on where women live, says a broad examination of the nation's abortion services....

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