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Cervical screening error: More women affected

An additional 3,591 women have not received information after a failure to send out letters, says Capita.
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Ex-minister Norman Lamb urges cannabis legalisation

Norman Lamb calls for government regulation of the production, distribution and sale of cannabis.
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Gene study unravels redheads mystery

Researchers at Edinburgh University carry out out the largest genetic study of hair colour to date.
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What to know about fibroadenomas of the breast

A fibroadenoma is a noncancerous lump that can develop in the breast. Learn about the causes, diagnosis, complications, and possible treatment of fibroadenomas in this article.
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Puzzle solving ‘won’t stop mental decline’

A new study suggests that doing intellectual activities throughout life is best.
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Can D-mannose treat a UTI?

D-mannose is a type of sugar that researchers believe may help treat urinary tract infections (UTIs). Learn more about the studies, conclusions, and possible dosage here.
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Crohn’s disease and pregnancy

Crohn’s disease and pregnancy can affect each other. However, most women who conceive while their Crohn’s disease is in remission can have a normal pregnancy and healthy baby. Learn more here.
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Olympus unit pleads guilty to resolve U.S. duodenoscope probe

An Olympus Corp subsidiary pleaded guilty on Monday and agreed to pay $85 million to resolve charges that it failed to file reports with U.S. regulators regarding infections connected to its duodenoscopes while continuing to sell the medical devices used to view the gastrointestinal tract.

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U.S. veterans’ hospitals often better than nearby alternatives

(Reuters Health) – – U.S. Veterans Administration (VA) hospitals may provide better quality care than other hospitals in many American communities, a U.S. study suggests.

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Delivering a baby increases – then lowers – risk of breast cancer: study

(Reuters Health) – – Having a baby temporarily increases the risk of breast cancer by about 80 percent compared to the risk in women who have never given birth, researchers behind a new study have concluded.

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