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This is what it looks like when you swallow a knife. http://oak.ctx.ly/r/xoz6
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Happy #Easter! Here is something to keep you busy during the day. 
Brightly colored materials in your kitchen can be used to make natural dyes for Easter eggs.
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We have seen some pretty gross pictures, but this one is at the top of the list. 
Plastic surgeons reattached the ear of a woman after it was torn off during a pit bull attack, suturing together a tiny artery to bring blood flow to the ear and using leeches to drain the spent blood.
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The Truth About '10,000 Steps' a Day: 
If you buy a smart pedometer or fitness tracker like a Fitbit, chances are it will encourage you to take 10,000 steps a day. But do you really have to walk this much to be healthy?
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How much do you know about sex? Here are some amazing facts. 
Whether it's penis size, papillomavirus risk, or profligate pregnancies, it's good to know the numbers.
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Have you ever heard of a wearable kidney? Here are some other amazing bionic body parts. 
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#LSHealth Fact of the Day: At birth, women have 1 - 2 million eggs, but only about 300,000 eggs when puberty hits. http://oak.ctx.ly/r/xnpr
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Do you believe in #medical conspiracy theories? About ___ of Americans do. 
About half of Americans agree with at least one medical conspiracy theory, a new study suggests.
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There is a new ice cream flavor out there you may want to try. Trust us you want to see this. http://oak.ctx.ly/r/xmah
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Erasing bad memories may be possible. No, this is not something from a science fiction movie. 
Researchers have shown that actively trying to forget an unwanted memory may actually weaken the underlying, unconscious trace as well.
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LiveScience Health is a comprehensive and accessible source of news and information about the latest medical research and health news and trends. Our team of experienced reporters and editors get beyond the hype, jargon and fallacies to provide deep and broad analysis of everything from new treatments and fitness findings to the latest medical devices and orthopedic implants. We explore the body and mind through news and features while dispelling some medical myths along the way.