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How to make broccoli and stilton soup recipe

One of my favourite soups, amid strong seasonal competition, broccoli and stilton has the great benefit of being green enough to feel healthy and rich enough to satisfy, with or

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Yotam Ottolenghi’s Boxing Day recipes for using up Christmas leftovers

The thing about Christmas day, as no one’s stomach needs reminding, is that there is always so much food. It is, however, a truth universally acknowledged that the whole point

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College football players underestimate risk of injury and concussion

College football players may underestimate their risk of injury and concussion, according to a new study published today in JAMA Network Open. Christine Baugh, Ph.D., MPH, assistant professor of medicine

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Significant disparities in telemedicine use, especially among older and POC patients

After ‘COVID-19,’ the term that most people will remember best from 2020 is likely to be ‘social distancing.’ While it most commonly applied to social gatherings with family and friends,

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Scientists seek faster route to treat depression

Treatment of depression faces two main challenges. The first is that almost 50% of patients do not respond well to existing antidepressants. The second is that conventional medications take a

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Privileged white U.S. citizens have better health outcomes

Privileged White U.S. citizens have better health outcomes than average U.S. citizens for several health outcomes, but health outcomes are not always better than those in other developed countries, according

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‘Stepped’ approach to exercise can help with arthritic knees

Millions of Americans suffer from the pain of arthritic knees. But an innovative exercise regimen may help relieve discomfort and improve knee function, a new study finds. The program is

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