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Should You Be Taking Aspirin Daily? - It’s cheap, available almost everywhere, and, according to some, a miracle drug. But should you pop an aspirin every day to stay healthy? WebMD has the details.

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Analyzing Results.. - Analyzing results over time can detect harmful changes, study suggests.

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Medscape: Medscape Access - The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a device for restoring fecal continence in patients for whom other surgical or medical treatments are not possible or have not worked.

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University hospital performs first bionic eye transplant in Colorado - The Denver Post - The UCHealth Eye Center implants first bionic eye in a Colorado resident

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3D printing helps surgeons plan life-saving operation - BBC News - A 3D-printed model of the blood vessels inside a woman's brain has helped surgeons practise life-saving surgery.

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FDA Approves Narcan Nasal Spray to Treat Opioid Overdose - An intranasal form of naloxone hydrochloride (Narcan, Adapt Pharma, Inc), a drug that stops or reverses opioid overdose, has been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) under a fast-track approval process.

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Hospitals turning to 'last-resort' antibiotics as drug-resistant infections continue to rise | Health News | Lifestyle | The Independent - Hospitals are increasingly turning to “last-resort” antibiotics as the number of drug-resistant infections continues to rise. More people suffered a “significant antibiotic-resistant infection” – both in hospitals and the community – between 2010 and 2014, a new report from Public Health England (PHE) shows.

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Uterus Transplants May Soon Help Some Infertile Women in the U.S. Become Pregnant - Six doctors swarmed around the body of the deceased organ donor and quickly started to operate. The kidneys came out first. Then the team began another delicate dissection, to remove an organ that is rarely, if ever, taken from a donor. Ninety minutes later they had it, resting in the palm of a surgeon’s hand: the uterus.

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Hospitals turning to 'last-resort' antibiotics as drug-resistant infections continue to rise | Health News | Lifestyle | The Independent - Hospitals are increasingly turning to “last-resort” antibiotics as the number of drug-resistant infections continues to rise. More people suffered a “significant antibiotic-resistant infection” – both in hospitals and the community – between 2010 and 2014, a new report from Public Health England (PHE) shows.

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'Designer cells' reverse one-year-old's cancer - BBC News - The first person in the world to receive a pioneering genetic therapy has shown a remarkable reversal of her cancer.
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