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Surgery more effective for treating obese teens

Researchers also link bariatric surgery to a significant reduction in metabolic syndrome and insulin resistance, conditions that increase the risk of serious health problems...

Treating herpes not reducing HIV spread

U.S. researchers say treating herpes may not reduce human immunodeficiency virus transmission. Dr. Kenneth Fife of the Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis...

Screening and treating girls doesn’t reduce prevalence of Chlamydia in teens

Frequent testing and treatment of infection does not reduce the prevalence of Chlamydia in urban teenage girls, according to a long term study by...
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Citizens Police Complaint Office Community Conversation

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