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According to CNN Health, fighting off the sun's harmful rays with sunblock may have negative side effects on fertility. A study from the National Institutes of Health looked at 500 couples for a total of 12 months, taking urine samples and asking participants to keep a journal. Researchers discovered that...
According to Reuters, GlaxoSmithKline's experimental Ebola vaccine has proven safe just over two months into clinical trials. The serum, which does not contain any infectious material, is being tested in around 200 healthy patients. Results of participants' immune responses are expected to be made...

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Is Soda as Bad as Smoking?

With studies continuing to link obesity, diabetes and other diseases to excess consumption of sugary beverages, some lawmakers are considering adding warning labels to these products, CBS News reports. Though labels may help to reduce sugar consumption slightly, many lawmakers and officials believe that...