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The female body goes through strange changes during the nine months of pregnancy. Here’s what takes the cake!
A team of scientists say that 1/3 of 96 compounds they tested had an averse effect on sperm.
The salivary glands produce saliva, which keeps your mouth moist, helps protect your teeth from decay and helps you digest food. Swelling of such glands may mean many things.
Physical activity shown to be even more important later in life.
Clue: It has something to do with the antioxidants found in coffee.
Located at the extremities, the feet hold many secrets to the condition of our health. Are we paying attention to them?
Retinal photographs can help doctors assess whether diabetes has damaged the retina of the eye, and take the appropriate action.
Tocotrienol, a vitamin E compound, has shown great promise in the prevention of stroke.