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Poor Egyptians seek better life with plastic surgery
Working-class Egyptians are getting botox, breast implants and tummy tucks in the hopes that the cosmetic surgery once reserved for a wealthy elite will boost their own marriage and job prospects
Painkiller Tylenol recalled
Johnson & Johnson said on Wednesday it is recalling 9 million more bottles of its Tylenol painkiller because they do not adequately warn customers about the presence of trace amounts of alcohol used in the product flavorings.
Studies show how skin cancer evades promising drug
U.S. researchers have uncovered several ways in which melanoma can outsmart a promising experimental cancer pill called PLX4032, a finding that could lead to new drugs to keep the deadly skin cancer at bay,
Mom's heartburn meds not tied to birth defects
A nationwide study from Denmark finds pregnant women have little reason to be concerned about birth defects when taking omeprazole and similar heartburn drugs
California aims to remove toxins in products
It's almost unthinkable now that environmentalists and manufacturers once stood together as Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed a bill making California the first state to regulate toxic chemicals in consumer products.
Breast cancer: Be one step ahead
According to recent studies published by the National Cancer Institute in Egypt, breast cancer prevalence, as well as awareness, is on the rise.

The word is alopecia, the nightmare of hair loss
A lovely head of hair it's not just about looks; Among other things, it tells a lot about your personality, lifestyle and personal hygiene. If thinning hair is irritating for men, it's catastrophic for women.

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