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- Medical News Today: Drinking water, eating after heavy drinking 'does not prevent hangovers'Contrary to the beliefs of many student drinkers, a new study finds that drinking water or eating directly after heavy alcohol consumption does not prevent hangovers.
- Medical News Today: Cystic fibrosis: yeast study may address root causeCystic fibrosis results from a mutation that stops ions moving in and out of cells. Now, a study shows how a small molecule restored ion channel function in deficient yeast cells.
- Medical News Today: FDA approve new drug to treat high cholesterolRepatha is the second in a class of drugs to be approved by the FDA that addresses how the liver performs in relation to the treatment of high cholesterol.
- Medical News Today: Man sheds deadly polio virus in feces for 28 yearsResearchers from the UK have reported on a man who they believe has been shedding a mutated form of a vaccine-derived polio virus in his feces for 28 years.
- Medical News Today: Could neuroticism stem from overthinking?Researchers have proposed a new cognitive model for neuroticism, suggesting that this personality trait could be explained by overthinking rather than sensitivity to threat.