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Young drinkers beware: Binge drinking may cause stroke, heart risks
SCIENCE DAILY New research has found that young adults who frequently binge drink were more likely to have specific cardiovascular risk factors such as higher blood pressure, cholesterol and blood... 5 days
Young adults who binge drink more likely to have cardiovascular risk factors
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Black boys more fearful in whiter neighborhoods, study finds
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Pressure on British Muslim parents to counter extremism is damaging
PHYS.ORG Pressure on British Muslim parents to counter extremism in their own families is having a detrimental effect, according to new research by Manchester academic Madeline-Sophie Abbas. 6 days
Number of opioid prescriptions remains unchanged, research finds
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Texts and tablets more than double time parents spend reading to kids
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