Female reproductive disorders can be painful and baffling

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Female reproductive disorders can be painful and baffling

Re: “The pain was too much” [Medical Mysteries, May 21]:

I, too, had a double uterus, or uterus didelphys. My second uterus was attached to one of my fallopian tubes. I endured extreme pain for about 10 years.

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Hamilton lets sleeping dogs lie – and snore

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Hamilton lets sleeping dogs lie – and snore

Mercedes Formula One driver Hamilton gestures during a news conference ahead of the Monaco F1 Grand PrixBy Alan Baldwin MONACO (Reuters) – Lewis Hamilton made his point and Roscoe, his pampered pet bulldog, promptly proved him right at the Monaco Grand Prix on Wednesday. Positioning, the 2008 Formula One world champion told British reporters gathered round him in the Mercedes harbourside motorhome, is everything in Monaco. The Briton was referring to the special skills required to win the most glamorous and glittering race on the calendar but Roscoe demonstrated that positioning was important in other ways as well. …

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Study Finds HPV Vaccine Might Be Just as Effective at Lower Doses

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Study Finds HPV Vaccine Might Be Just as Effective at Lower Doses
A new study published online in the Journal of the American Medical Association’s (JAMA) May 1 issue has found that giving women and girls only two doses of the human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine may actually be just as effective as giving them three doses of it. Researchers analyzed a group of some 830 women and girls between the ages of 16 and 26 to gauge the efficacy of the vaccine at the lower doses.

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Sugary soft drinks may increase risk of kidney stones

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Sugary soft drinks may increase risk of kidney stones

THE QUESTION Regularly drinking a lot of fluids is considered one of the best ways to prevent kidney stones. But does the type of beverage make a difference?

THIS STUDY analyzed data on 194,095 adults, mostly middle-aged, who had never had kidney stones. In about an eight-year span, 4,462 developed them. People who reported drinking the most sugar-sweetened beverages were the most likely to have kidney stones. Those who drank one or more sugar-sweetened colas a day had a 23 percent higher risk than those who drank them once a week; risk for sugar-sweetened clear, non-cola sodas was 33 percent higher for those who drank one a day vs. one a week. On the other hand, some other beverages lowered risk for kidney stones when consumed once a day compared with once a week: Risk fell 26 percent for caffeinated coffee, 16 percent for decaffeinated coffee, 11 percent for tea, 31 percent for red wine and 33 percent for white wine, 41 percent for beer and 12 percent for orange juice.

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