Vaping May Be More Dangerous Than Previously Thought
Vaping May Be More Dangerous Than Previously Thought When e-cigarettes first hit
the market, they targeted
adults who were trying
to quit smoking. In more recent years,
the e-cigarette market
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Study: Exercise Can Help Breast Cancer Survivors
According to a new study, exercise can reduce the cardiovascular risk for breast cancer survivors. UPI reports that breast cancer survivors have an increased risk of having a stroke or heart attack...
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Daily Dose Of Aspirin No Longer Recommended
According to CNN, a daily low-dose aspirin for reducing the risk of heart attack and stroke is no longer recommended.
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