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People who have low-risk colon polyps removed may have a lower-than-average risk of future colon cancer, a new study suggests. But those who have high-risk polyps removed may still have a higher risk. The study was done in Norway. It was based on data for nea...

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Harvard Commentaries on Health


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Learning How To Say 'I'm Sorry.'
Leaving a Mark -- How and Why We Scar
Leeches: An Ancient Therapy Is Revived
Letting Go and Letting Your Brain Make the Decision
Licking Your Wounds
Lifestyle Changes - Do They Work?
Lifting The Myth Off Hernias
Light Smoking - Unsafe in Any Dose
Living Longer by Getting Fit
Living Well with Heart Failure
Living With Amiodarone
Living with Asthma: Help Your Child Breathe Easy
Losing Weight Helps Promote Cancer Survivorship
Low-Back Pain
Low-Carb, High-Protein Diets
Lower the "Bad" Cholesterol for Your Own Good
Lower Your Blood Pressure With Exercise
Lowering Drug Costs after Canada Dries Up
Lung Cancer - Is It Time To Start Screening?