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Hidden drugs and danger lurk in over-the-counter supplements, study finds

Hidden drugs and danger lurk in over-the-counter supplements, study finds

Researchers unravel fresh clues as to how kidney stones form

Researchers unravel fresh clues as to how kidney stones form

Study: Sarcoma patients poorly informed about risk of interactions with anti-cancer drugs

Study: Sarcoma patients poorly informed about risk of interactions with anti-cancer drugs

Study links scoliosis to essential dietary mineral

Study links scoliosis to essential dietary mineral

Diet and weight may influence response to bipolar disorder treatment, shows study

Diet and weight may influence response to bipolar disorder treatment, shows study

USDA scientist tries to naturally enhance minerals of wheat flours

USDA scientist tries to naturally enhance minerals of wheat flours

Top three immune boosting recommendations to ward off freshers’ flu

Top three immune boosting recommendations to ward off freshers’ flu

Researchers develop light-based technique to measure very weak magnetic fields

Researchers develop light-based technique to measure very weak magnetic fields

Interaction of chemical slurry and ancient shale in fracking wastewater causes radioactivity

Interaction of chemical slurry and ancient shale in fracking wastewater causes radioactivity

Researchers discover how plants harness microbes in soil to get nutrients

Researchers discover how plants harness microbes in soil to get nutrients

New discovery overturns centuries of thought about nature of kidney stones

New discovery overturns centuries of thought about nature of kidney stones

New research illuminates another significant culprit of traffic-related air pollution

New research illuminates another significant culprit of traffic-related air pollution

Researchers discover link between invisible dark matter particles and melanoma

Researchers discover link between invisible dark matter particles and melanoma

Study examines unnecessary medicine use in patients with advanced lung cancer

Study examines unnecessary medicine use in patients with advanced lung cancer

FDA warns consumers and pet owners not to use drug products made by King Bio

FDA warns consumers and pet owners not to use drug products made by King Bio

Low carbohydrate diet can increase risk of premature death, finds study

Low carbohydrate diet can increase risk of premature death, finds study

Clay may help fight disease-causing bacteria in wounds, shows research

Clay may help fight disease-causing bacteria in wounds, shows research

ASU joins with Mayo Clinic to move blue clays closer to medical use

ASU joins with Mayo Clinic to move blue clays closer to medical use

Clay may help fight disease-causing bacteria in wounds

Clay may help fight disease-causing bacteria in wounds

Dartmouth scientists create more sustainable feed for aquaculture

Dartmouth scientists create more sustainable feed for aquaculture