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Long-Term Study From Harvard Finds Benefits Of Mammograms May Be Overstated

One of the largest reviews to date finds that mammograms do save lives, but not as many as people believe. That benefit comes with some risks of its own, the study found.


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Study: High-Stress Jobs Could Pose Health Risk To Working Women

A new study suggests that women in high-stress jobs might be risking their health simply by going to work.


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Study: The Body Just Can’t Handle Long-Term Job-Related Stress

Women with significant levels of job-related stress are almost 70 percent more likely to have a heart attack and nearly 40 percent more likely to suffer from other forms of cardiovascular trauma than women with low-stress jobs, a new study says.


Charla Nash after a full face transplant (credit: Lightchaser Photography/Handout)

Charla Nash, Chimp Attack Victim, Reveals New Face

Charla Nash, the Stamford woman who was attacked and disfigured two years ago in a chimpanzee attack, went public for the first time since her face transplant surgery.


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Chimp Attack Victim Charla Nash Receives ‘Fantastic’ Face Transplant

Charla Nash, the Stamford woman whose face was destroyed when her friend’s pet chimp went berserk two years ago, has received a face transplant that looks fantastic, according to her brother.