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Nitrosamines: Latest on Condoms and Cervical cancer

Research has shown that people working in factories and warehouses with lots of latex around do have a higher exposure to nitrosamines, especially when they work there for decades. As with all other chemical exposures in our environment, it’s all a matter of scale. If you’re worried about chemicals in your environment, check out helpful recommendations about reducing your exposure.

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Brain Aneurysm, causes, symptoms, risk factors, complications, treatment, stats, and diagnosis

What Is a Brain Aneurysm? A brain aneurysm, also known as a subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH), Other names: Cerebral aneurysm, brain aneurism, brain aneurysm, cerebral aneurism, is a weak spot in the wall of a blood vessel inside the brain. Think of a weak spot in a balloon and how it feels stretched out and thin. A brain aneurysm is like that.

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Former Arkansas nurse turned baker discusses career change and nurse shortage

Arkansas is continuing to face a nursing shortage, with health care workers leaving the state for more pay or turning to other fields after getting burnt out. One Northwest Arkansas nurse who left the field at the start of the pandemic is now making a living decorating cookies. Former nurse, Danielle Henderson is now the owner and founder of Rollin’

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Is There An Approved HIV Vaccine?

There is currently no vaccine that has been approved by the FDA to prevent HIV infection or treat those who have it, but human trial have commenced. WHAT IS HIV VACCINE USED FOR AND HOW DOES IT WORK? HIV vaccine is a therapeutic vaccine designed, to stimulate an immune response against a variety of HIV antigens in patients with HIV. It consists of a suspension

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