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According to Reuters, a study published in The New England Journal of Medicine has found that consuming copious amounts of tea, iced or hot, can lead to a buildup of crystals in the kidneys. Tea consumption was previously thought to combat the occurrence of kidney stones (scientifically known as...
By Andrew M. Seaman New York (Reuters Health) - A program for older people caring for their grandchildren may help improve the children's behavior, Australian researchers say. Families who had been through the program, designed to encourage better communication between generations and give grandparents a...
By Andrew M. Seaman NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Doctors' personal preferences may influence when they discuss end-of-life care with patients, says a new study. Doctors who said they would opt for palliative care at the end of their own lives were more likely to discuss that type of care with a...