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The short answer is "yes,” but you may never have been allergic to begin with.
Harvard researchers have implanted a movie into bacteria DNA using CRISPR gene editing. Someday the process might be used on humans.
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Finding a doctor who can give you the best care possible is one of the most important things you can do for yourself when you have multiple sclerosis.
Immediately opting for long-acting reversible birth control protects women from the possibility of getting pregnant too soon after giving birth.
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Frida Orozco is a lung cancer survivor and a Lung Force Hero for the American Lung Association. For Women’s Lung Health Week, she shares her journey through an unexpected diagnosis, recovery, and beyond.