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World food price index little changed in April versus March: U.N. FAO

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ROME (Reuters) - World food prices edged marginally higher in April from March, with the prices of most cereals and dairy products continuing to rise

What makes a man? Millennials say selflessness, openness, personal health

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The perception of what makes a man has changed among millennials, a new study has found, and they're expanding their definitions of masculinity.

Roche's Tecentriq combo wins fast FDA review in race to catch rivals

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ZURICH (Reuters) - Roche's immunotherapy combination that includes Tecentriq, Avastin and chemotherapy will get an accelerated review by U.S. regulat

How to have 'the talk' with aging parents about their guns

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(Reuters Health) - When a loved one starts suffering from dementia, taking away the car keys isn't the only tough conversation many families need to

Ticks don’t just carry Lyme disease. What you should know about Powassan virus

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Ticks can carry a number of pathogens, including the potentially fatal Powassan virus.

One dead in E. coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce in the U.S.

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One person has died from E. coli linked to romaine lettuce in the United States.

WHO hopes to use Ebola vaccine to stem outbreak in remote area of Congo

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GENEVA (Reuters) - The World Health Organization said on Friday it hopes to deploy an experimental Ebola vaccine to tackle an outbreak in a remote are

FDA expands use of Novartis MS drug to pediatric patients

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(Reuters) - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Friday expanded the use of Novartis AG's relapsing multiple sclerosis (MS) drug Gilenya to

Canada subjected Indigenous people to ‘cruel’ medical experiments, lawsuit claims

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A class action lawsuit has been filed against the Canadian government on behalf of a group of Indigenous people who said they were subjected to medic

There are thousands of health and fitness apps, and not much evidence they work: study

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Do health apps actually encourage healthy behaviour changes? Most haven't been tested, according to a new study.