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Eye-opener study: Most teens use sweet and fruity flavors for vaping and not nicotine

Eye-opener study: Most teens use sweet and fruity flavors for vaping and not nic

A new study has found that most teenagers have not been vaping nicotine, but using sweet and fruity flavors. Very less percentage of teenagers have been inhaling nicotine, unveiled the study.

Stress may be especially hard on hearts of younger women with heart disease, Research suggests

Stress may be especially hard on hearts of younger women with heart disease, Res

New research suggested that stress could be mainly hard on young women’s hearts, suffering from heart disease.

Milk protein helps make edible packaging for food products

Milk protein helps make edible packaging for food products

Most of the food products come wrapped in plastic packages that could add harmful chemical to our food. Researchers from the U.S.

Playing a wind instrument could damage your lungs, UK doctors warn

Playing a wind instrument could damage your lungs, UK doctors warn

The UK doctors have warned trumpeters, saxophonists and pipers in the journal Thorax, saying that playing a wind instrument may harm their lungs.

Socio-economic factors define survival among people with multiple myeloma

Socio-economic factors define survival among people with multiple myeloma

A study published in Cancer found that it is not race rather socio-economic factors that define care and survival rate in younger patients suffering from multiple myeloma.

Pfizer Inc. reaches closer to buy biotech Medivation Inc.

Pfizer Inc. reaches closer to buy biotech Medivation Inc.

Pfizer is planning to buy biotech Medivation Inc, which is best known for its prostate-cancer drug.

Two US children visit ER every hour for stroller- or carrier-related injuries, study finds

Two US children visit ER every hour for stroller- or carrier-related injuries, s

A latest study has found that nearly two kids in the US visit the emergency room per hour for a stroller- or infant carrier- related injuries.

Study participants quit smoking after getting paid to do so

Study participants quit smoking after getting paid to do so

A study led by Switzerland researchers found that paying smokers to quit their habit of smoking really works. The study said over one-third of the smokers from poor financial background quit smoking.

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While you may share your love for coffee with large number of people across the world, there is a possibility that consumption level may differ greatly. Why some people could only consume less amount of coffee, while others can take several cups a day is now defined by presence of a gene variant in an individual’s body.

The study that...

Exxon reports 46% decline in First Quarter earning

On Thursday, Exxon reported a 46% decline in earnings in the first quarter, by earning $4.9 billion compared with $9.1 billion in the same quarter a year ago. Exxon's top and bottom lines declined due to lower oil prices.

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