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According to The New York Times' Well blog, a 15-year Dutch study revealed that the risks of taking a small daily dose of aspirin may outweigh the benefits. The study, published in Heart, consisted of 27,939 female subjects who were either given 100 milligrams of aspirin, or a placebo pill, every other day....
At Indiana University, researchers are in the process of creating a drug that will help kick obesity in the form of a simple pill, the Los Angeles Times reports. A study published in Nature Medicine describes the synthesized product consisting of gut hormones, which yielded results similar to those of...
For most women who have lumpectomies to treat breast cancer, radiation treatment is lasting roughly twice as long as necessary, The New York Times reports. A study published in JAMA analyzed 15,643 women who underwent radiation treatment after lumpectomies, with only a minority of the subjects receiving...