The international health body said that the 'smoke' produced by the devices was far from harmless and voiced concerns that Big Tobacco could renormalize smoking.
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Cancers aren't yet being cured with gene therapy. But some early work being done in China looks very promising. Unfortunately for cancer patients, this treatment isn't quite ready for prime time yet,
About 30 fire fighters have ended their exercises in the Baksan Neutrino Observatory (BNO) of the Institute for Nuclear Research (INR) of the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS) in the occupied Muslim c
Tanzania's largest commercial city - one of the fastest-growing in Africa - has redrawn its master plan to try to become a megacity prepared for climate change, and not a city of worsening urban spraw
Childbirth is a difficult experience and the pain of labour is one of the worst humans can go through. Not only that, but giving birth is also very dangerous both for mother and the child, and so shou
One in every 12 people is living with hepatitis, and the majority of those infected are unaware of their status. Ironically,
Diabetes mellitus, or diabetes, as is more commonly known, has now been recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO) as a global epidemic, and affects over 350 million people worldwide.
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