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A new medication that contains controlled, increasing amounts of peanut protein could increase a child’s tolerance for peanuts and reduce the severity of reactions.
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Microneedling can help improve aging, sun-damaged and scarred skin. Here’s what you should know about this popular skin treatment.
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