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Researchers are arguing against the increasingly prominent trend of offering genetic testing to determine a patient’s risk for breast cancer until the efficacy and accuracy of the tests can be better determined, according to a report from Reuters....
According to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), consuming up to five cups of coffee or up to 400 mg of caffeine is not harmful, reports Reuters. A single espresso contains approximately 80 mg of caffeine which indicates that five espresso shots is...
According to the Center for Disease Control, a salmonella outbreak tied to raw tuna consumption has sickened at least fifty, reports CBS News. The rare strain, Paratyphi B, does not typically harbor in raw fish and scientists have speculated that the...