A retrovirus found in the blood samples of some patients with chronic fatigue syndrome likely appeared there as the result of contamination rather than infection, two new studies show.
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New Doubts on XMRV as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Cause
Weight loss is an effective long-term treatment for patients with sleep apnea who are overweight or obese, a study shows.
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Weight Loss May Improve Sleep Apnea
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Taking prenatal vitamins may reduce the risk of having a child with autism, new research shows.
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Prenatal Vitamins May Lower Autism Risk
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Childhood attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) increases risk for cigarette smoking and drug and alcohol abuse problems in early adulthood, a study shows.
Childhood ADHD Linked to Later Risk of Drug Abuse
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A vaccine that marshals the body’s own defenses to recognize and kill cancer cells may shrink tumors and delay the progression of late-stage melanoma more effectively than conventional therapy alone, a new study shows.
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Vaccine May Help Treat Advanced Melanoma
A minimally invasive procedure that cuts off the blood supply to an enlarged prostate may help when medications fail, and it appears to provide good symptom control without sexual dysfunction, a new study shows.
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No-Scalpel Treatment for Enlarged Prostate