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Researchers have presented opposing viewpoints regarding the use of acupuncture for pain relief.
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It`s been said that food is the language of love but a Kansas State University nutrition expert and registered dietitian has asserted that food aphrodisiacs may not promote romantic feelings or sexual desire.
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Vitamin D supplements do not appear to ease knee pain in people with kneeosteoarthritis, a new study has claimed
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Much of the effects of sleeping pills are in the mind, according to a study.
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A placebo, resembling an actual anti-depressant, can "trick" the brain into responding in the same manner as its real counterpart.
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Neither antidepressants nor talk therapy were able to outperform inactive placebo pills in a trial on depression treatment.
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Cholesterol-lowering drugs continue to produce benefits without any serious safety problems, such as increased cancer risk, even after more than a decade of use, researchers said Wednesday.
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The Roche drug led to a dose-dependent reduction of brain amyloid, while amyloid load increased in patients receiving a placebo.