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Health News on July 21, 2011

Surly teens make for sicker adults
A new study has claimed that surly youths are more likely to suffer ill health in later life. ANI

Being obese, bigger breast cancer risk than smoking or drinking
A woman's chance of developing breast cancer depends on a range of factors, including family history, age, time of menopause and whether she has had children. ANI

Too much coffee reduces women's chances of becoming pregnant
A researcher at the University of Nevada School of Medicine has found that high caffeine consumption is associated with infertility in females. ANI

Pregnant mums who use nicotine gum to kick the butt 'harming unborn babies'
Scientists have claimed that pregnant women who use nicotine patches and gum to help kick off their smoking habit are putting their unborn babies at risk. ANI

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