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New brain cells made throughout life

People keep making new brain cells throughout their lives (well at least until the age of 97), accor..

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Crack use up in England after ‘aggressive marketing’

"Aggressive marketing" by drug dealers who send out targeted text messages and give free samples cou..

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Story time with e-books ‘not as helpful’ as print books

Parents and children interact less when reading electronic books together than printed ones, a study..

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How the EU can keep health care affordable

When it comes to health care in the European Union, power and responsibility rests with national gov..

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Transplant service at ‘breaking point’

"She wanted life to go back to what it was before her kidneys shut down." Scot Radcliffe's wi..

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Emmanuel Macrons renaissance vs. reality

No one could accuse Emmanuel Macron of being short of ideas. But how many of them will become realit..

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Smokings deadly stigma

This article is part of the Global Policy Lab: Decoding Cancer. What if I told you I had lung canc..

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4 countries agree to take on task of assessing glyphosate

France, Hungary, the Netherlands and Sweden have agreed to take over from Germany as the lead countr..

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5 questions for the future of long-term cancer care

Addressing the long-term problems of survivors is one of the least-developed areas of cancer care. B..

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Finlands Sipilä hopes to turn crisis into election reboot

STOCKHOLM — Finlands Juha Sipilä is trying to reboot his premiership a month ahead of parliamentary ..

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