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Obesity in Youth Tied to Higher Odds for Liver Cancer in Men
Overweight and obese young men are at increased risk for serious liver disease or liver cancer later in life, and those with diabetes have an even higher risk, a new study warns.

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Avoid Unsightly Fungal Toenail Infections
Fungal nail infections, though unsightly, are generally painless and can often be prevented, a skin and nail specialist says.

Family History of Colon Cancer Calls for Earlier Screening
If you've got a family history of colon or rectal cancers, you probably need to start screening for these conditions before you turn 50, a cancer expert says.

Health Tip: Slipping Back Into Sleep
Whether it's a child, a strange noise plain or insomnia that wakes you up at night, it can be difficult to get back to sleep.

For 'Preemies,' Human Touch May Be a Brain Booster
Underscoring the link between brain development and touch, new research suggests premature babies face a disadvantage compared to their full-term peers in their brain's sensitivity to gentle touch.

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