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The technology that changes our skeletons, can promote & # 39; horns & # 39; on the base of the skull in youth – New York Daily News

Technology replacing our skeletons, may promote & # 39; horn & # 39; on the base of the skull in youth New York Daily News Horns are growing among young people's skulls. Phone use is repentance, research suggests. The Washington Post The smartphones linked to the unique horn-like skull bumps, discovered by WJW FOX 8 News Cleveland Forget the "neck …

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Head horns, tech neck, text thumb and other smartphone health issues

CLOSE Maybe we all sinned to take our phone to the bathroom … But it turns your smartphone is probably dirtier than your toilet. Susana Victoria Perez has more. Buzz60 The development of technology in our daily lives creates our lives and bodies unexpected, and sometimes alarms, ways. A study documenting spur seeds similar to "horns" skulls has gained widespread …

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Children with birth defects have up to 12 times higher cancer risk

Children with birth defects are between two- and 12-times more at risk of developing a childhood cancer, new research suggests. Scientists have long recognized the link between birth defects related to genetic material in the chromosomes and childhood cancers. But the tie between other birth defects and cancers was not clear, beyond anecdotal observations. A new study of more than …

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Within the Italian war on vaccines

Scientists say, repeatedly, that vaccines have never been safer – or more effective. So why do some people refuse to trust them? The spread of diseases occurs in countries they have not seen in decades. And the number of people who choose to vaccinate their children seems to be increasing. This is one of the top 10 health risks this …

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& # 39; We thank God every day & # 39 ;: Two-year-old girl makes remarkable recovery, preventing the rare type of ovarian cancer

PEACHTREE CITY, Ga – The two-year-old girl, who is fighting a rare form of ovarian cancer, is officially without cancer. Kenni's family shared the good news on his official Facebook page and said they would not be thankful. "Thank you, from under our hearts! We thank God every day for caring for our baby and giving us faithful prayer warriors …

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Vaccine safety concerns have differences in the region – Axios

While 79% of people around the world are "somewhat" or "strongly agreed" that the vaccines are safe, some parts of the world have an unbelievable level, especially in parts Europe, according to a large Gallup survey for the charitable foundation Wellcome Why it is important: The global health community is trying to understand and combat anti-vaccine or skeptical pockets, which …

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