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Medical News Today: Electronic bandage may heal chronic wounds

A ‘smart,’ wirelessly controlled bandage helped to regenerate three times as much tissue in chronically wounded mice than regular dry bandages.

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Medical News Today: Could multivitamin use in pregnancy protect children from autism?

A new study published in The BMJ suggests that children born to mothers who use multivitamins during pregnancy may be at lower risk of autism.

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Medical News Today: Black tea boosts weight loss by altering gut bacteria

It is normally green tea that is hailed for its weight loss benefits, but a new study finds that black tea could be just as effective.

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Medical News Today: Lupus: Probiotics could help to reduce kidney inflammation

Researchers suggest that women with lupus nephritis – that is, lupus-induced kidney inflammation – may benefit from adding Lactobacillus to their diets.

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Medical News Today: Monolaurin: Benefits, dosage, and side effects

Learn all about monolaurin, a chemical that appears to have antibacterial properties. We look at possible benefits, risks, and uses.

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Medical News Today: How long does digestion take? Tips for better digestion

Find out the typical duration of digestion and tips on how to digest food better here. We look at food to eat and what to avoid for healthy digestion.

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Medical News Today: Fibroids after menopause: What you need to know

Fibroids are growths that develop in the uterus, and usually occur before menopause. We look at the symptoms and treatments for fibroids after menopause.

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Medical News Today: Zinc may help to prevent, treat esophageal cancer

Zinc can halt the growth of esophageal cancer cells by inhibiting overactive calcium signaling, according to the results of a new study.

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Medical News Today: Melatonin and alcohol: Are they safe to mix?

Are melatonin and alcohol safe to mix? We answer the question and provide more information on the interactions to be aware of with the two substances.

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Medical News Today: Seven causes of a high PSA that are not cancer

The prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test is a blood test that measures levels of a protein the prostate gland produces. Learn what causes a high PSA.

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