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Teen hookah users run risk of heart disease, poisoning

Reuters Tuesday, 12 March 2019
(Reuters Health) - A growing number of American teens and young adults are using hookah, or water pipes, and many of them may be under the mistaken impression that it's risk-free and non-addictive, U.S. heart doctors warn.
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Eating 3 or More Eggs a Day May Increase Risk of Heart Disease, Study Says A new study published in the medical journal, 'JAMA,' notes that a single egg contains about 186 mg of cholesterol. According to the study, eating 3 or more eggs a day (or 300 mg of cholesterol) increases the risk of both...

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