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Millions of Americans already take fish oil to keep their hearts healthy and to treat ailments ranging from arthritis to depression. Now, a new study suggests that the supplements may also help women lower their risk of breast cancer.

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Could human life be put on hold?updated: Tue Mar 23 2010 08:19:00

"Usually when I mention suspended animation people will flash me the Vulcan sign and laugh," says scientist Mark Roth. But he's not referring to the plot of a "Star Trek" episode.

Could smoking pot raise testicular cancer risk?updated: Mon May 18 2009 12:22:00

Do men who frequently smoke pot have a higher risk of testicular cancer than those who do not? It's possible, according to a new study. However, the researchers say the link is currently a "hypothesis" that needs further testing.

Time.com: Man with Deadly Skin Cancer Saved by New Treatmentupdated: Thu Jun 19 2008 07:00:00

An Oregon man, given less than a year to live, had a complete remission of advanced deadly skin cancer after an experimental treatment that revved up his immune system to fight the tumors

Exercise: Key to good sex, good sleepupdated: Mon May 28 2007 15:15:00

Everybody knows exercise is key to a good ticker and a more sleek physique. But did you know working out may improve your sex life, trigger a better night's sleep and help you stop smoking?

Smell study nets Americans Nobelupdated: Mon Oct 04 2004 09:06:00

U.S scientists Richard Axel and Linda Buck have won the 2004 Nobel prize for medicine for work explaining how the human sense of smell works.

Fortune: Can Leukemia Stop Harry Pearce From Running GM? He's working nearly full-time after a punishing transplant put updated: Mon May 10 1999 00:01:00

A pair of signs outside vice chairman Harry Pearce's door on the 39th floor of General Motors' corporate headquarters in Detroit read: STOP. IF YOU HAVE A COLD, FLU, OR UPPER RESPIRATORY INFECTION,...

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