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Older adults can prevent their risk of strokes by taking a daily stroll for just 35 minutes a day or four hours a week, say researchers
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Low birth weight babies, a major concern in India

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New gene therapy via skin can combat cocaine addiction

Scientists have developed a novel approach using skin cellbased gene therapy to stifle the desire for cocaine and to protect against an overdose
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Psychotherapy benefits women caring for kids with health issues

Turns out, brief cognitive behavioural therapy significantly improved the mental health of women overwhelmed by caring for children with severe chronic health conditions
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