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Women Share Surprising Facts About Their Boobs

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Women think about their boobs almost as often as men think about sex…kind of.Elle magazine knows how important boobs are to women and their everyday lives, so the magazine conducted its first ever "Boob Survey" on Elle.com, and discovered some interesting facts from 7,000 readers.Women definitely judge their breasts. Sixty percent of the women polled think they look like udders, and 21 percent compare their breasts to fruit for the sake of understanding the size.Speaking of size,...
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Study Investigates Possible Link Between Citrus and Skin Cancer

Ls9907/iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Cancer researchers are examining if eating citrus might put people more at risk for developing melanoma since researchers have long known that certain citrus juices on the surface of the skin can make skin so sensitive to light that people can end up with serious burns.Dr. Abar Qureshi, director of dermatology at Brown University and Rhode Island Hospital, and his team wanted to know if simply eating citrus could also lead a higher risk of sensitivity to light and as a result developing skin cancer.
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California Gov. Signs Vaccination Legislation into Law

uiscar/iStock/Thinkstock(SACRAMENTO, Calif.) -- California Governor Jerry Brown on Tuesday signed into law legislation requiring public school students be vaccinated, a bill that prompted much debate.The law revokes a parent's ability to opt out of vaccinating their child based on personal beliefs, but does allow for a physician to exempt a child for reasons that include family medical history. Brown, in a message posted to his website, said that "the science is clear" that vaccines work in protecting children from various diseases."While it's true that...
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Officials Search for Amnesiac Woman’s Family After Tumor Left Her with No Memory

Found Woman with Amnesia-Help Find Her Family/Facebook(SAN DIEGO) — An amnesiac woman is turning to the Internet in the hopes that someone can identify her after a large tumor left her with no memory of her family or friends.Called "Sam," the woman was found in Southern California by firefighters in February and immediately taken to a local hospital, where she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer, according to a Facebook page created to help her find her family. Doctors told her a volleyball-sized ovarian tumor may have left her...
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