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I started giving blood to get out of class, but over the years I’ve learned that there are a lot of good reasons to be a regular donor.
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The inaugural issue takes an in-depth, sophisticated look at the advances in women’s breast health and the physicians who are using cutting-edge technology to provide the latest and best care to women on Cape Cod.
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Dr. Evan Weinstein was an example of courage and humility for his colleagues at Falmouth Hospital ER and Cape & Islands EMSS.
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Many Americans, especially the elderly, are taking more medications than they need and the combinations can be dangerous.
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A study finds that cigarette smoke is putting your dog and cat at risk of weight gain, cell damage and some cancers.
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Most sinusitis cases clear up without antibiotics, which can have dangerous side effects and lead to drug-resistant bugs.
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A new study shows people with poor quality muscle mass fare worse during chemotherapy than those who are in better shape.
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Cape Cod Regional Technical High School and its Health Technology Department sponsored a recent blood drive, which collected 31 units that will serve the needs of our family, friends and neighbors across Cape Cod.
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