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Nearly 10 percent men injecting themselves with anabolic steroids or tanning drugs could have been exposed to HIV, hepatitis B or hepatitis C, a new poll has shown.
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A new study has shown that insulin pumps are much more effective, compared to injections, when it come to controlling blood sugar.
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In a breakthrough, scientists claim to have developed a new type of influenza vaccine that may provide long-term immunity against various flu strains with a single jab.
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A new study suggests that babies of first-time mothers feel more pain when having routine injections than those of experienced mothers, because the youngsters can sense their anxiety about what is to come.
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Short bursts of stress could actually be good for your health - warding off infection, helping wounds to heal and even speeding up the recovery following surgery, researchers have claimed.
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Babies whose mothers have flu jab during pregnancy are less likely to catch virus themselves.
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Mums giving newborn babies a cuddle seems to ease their pain from jabs, finds a recent study.
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DMPA, a commonly used injectible contraceptive, is associated with higher risk of bone fracture when used alone, and not in combination with estrogens, according to a new study.