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New stats reveal almost half of the UK are unaware of link between diet and cancer development

Surprising new statistics reveal that 41% of the British population are oblivious to the role that diet plays in the development of cancer - and even those with a family history of the disease are fai... read more

Issue debated, no decision made by township supervisors

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The Health Wrap: The latest cancer statistics, alcohol law reforms and challenges to the obesity battle

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Look for tree frogs in the Pine Barrens on June 16

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Ignore IQ Tests: Your Level of Intelligence Is Not Fixed for Life

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