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People who've tried 23andme, has anyone discovered something about their genes (be it an unexpected ancestry result or a rare health risk or carrier status) that was totally surprising?

Author : JustinJSrisuk
Subreddit : 23andme
Points : 19
Published : 11 months ago
Comments : 47

Reddit, what are health myths most people believe in?

Author : _random
Subreddit : AskReddit
Points : 8,745
Published : 3 years ago
Comments : 19994

Hi, I'm looking to switch to vaping from smoking and wondered if the Juul was a good option. Also what health effects does Juul cause and how long does the charge last?

Author : liam_a1
Subreddit : juul
Points : 34
Published : 6 months ago
Comments : 33

3.5-year study finds no health concerns for regular vapers

Author : Markers34
Subreddit : Vaping
Points : 440
Published : 3 months ago
Comments : 65

What is a relatively inexpensive snack that could be munched on continuously for about 2-3 hours without ruining your health?

Author : I1TheInternet
Subreddit : AskReddit
Points : 15,273
Published : 3 years ago
Comments : 10169

Just got my kit but I'm worried about the political dangers...

Author : sarahoftarth
Subreddit : 23andme
Points : 11
Published : 5 months ago
Comments : 21

Have any of you noticed any health problems from juuling?

Subreddit : juul
Points : 10
Published : 2 months ago
Comments : 22

LPT: If she tells you that you don't need to wear a condom, you need to wear a condom.

Author : flocko_
Subreddit : LifeProTips
Points : 2,461
Published : 2 years ago
Comments : 503

LOA works EVERY time but...

Author : pathtologos
Subreddit : lawofattraction
Points : 112
Published : 4 months ago
Comments : 51

In a video game, if you come across an empty room with a health pack, extra ammo, and a save point, you know some serious shit is about to go down. What is the real-life equivalent of this?

Subreddit : AskReddit
Points : 82,940
Published : 3 weeks ago
Comments : 18833

Cancer is so expensive to treat that 42% of patients deplete their entire life's assets to afford treatment within the first 2 years, according to a new study. Patients faced higher likelihood of asset depletion with worsening cancer, continuing treatment, and increasing age.

Subreddit : science
Points : 61,405
Published : 4 days ago
Comments : 6046

The Fake Abortion Clinics Of America (2014) - Women across America who are seeking abortions are accidentally booking appointments at Crisis Pregnancy Centers — pro-life, government-funded religious centers that don't provide abortions, but instead try to talk women out of abortion. [18:03]

Author : Miss-Omnibus
Subreddit : Documentaries
Points : 23,986
Published : 6 days ago
Comments : 5377

Kanye West is No Victim; He's a Fully-Grown, Ignorant Man-Child

Subreddit : politics
Points : 27,337
Published : 4 days ago
Comments : 4093

The percentage of young U.S. children who don’t receive any vaccines has quadrupled since 2001, according to a new report from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention.

Subreddit : science
Points : 41,167
Published : 3 days ago
Comments : 2708

The US now ranks 27th in the world for its levels of healthcare and education, according to a new study. This represents a significant decline from 1990, when it ranked sixth.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : science
Points : 61,047
Published : 2 weeks ago
Comments : 4672

Diabetics up to 10 times more likely to die from alcoholism, study warns. Sufferers are significantly more likely to die by suicide or from alcohol related issues because of the toll on their mental health caused by managing the condition, a study has found.

Author : Wagamaga
Subreddit : science
Points : 30,035
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 1190

Head of the GRU is in 'ill health' after furious dressing down from Putin about the 'morons' behind the novichok attack - as second spy is revealed to be Russian military doctor

Author : xDeadlyPantsx
Subreddit : worldnews
Points : 27,991
Published : 1 week ago
Comments : 1804

Cervical cancer set to be eliminated from Australia in global first - Cervical cancer is set to become a rare disease in Australia within just two years and rendered so uncommon by 2028 it will be deemed eliminated as a public health problem for the first time anywhere in the world.

Subreddit : worldnews
Points : 55,547
Published : 1 week ago
Comments : 1708

More and more Americans believe socialism will boost equity

Author : Crs2Per
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 12,135
Published : 1 week ago
Comments : 4732

Evidence that increased BMI causes lower mental wellbeing. There is an increasing need to prevent obesity because of the consequences for mental as well as physical health, new research has found.

Author : Wagamaga
Subreddit : science
Points : 39,001
Published : 2 weeks ago
Comments : 2761

To those people in the world who have access to Universal Healthcare, what experiences could you share with Americans in order for us to understand how it affects your life (positively or negatively)?

Author : ToyTronic
Subreddit : AskReddit
Points : 21,645
Published : 3 weeks ago
Comments : 9351

Trump claims Canadians travel to the U.S. to see doctors because “socialist health care” doesn’t work.

Author : CoolPrice
Subreddit : canada
Points : 8,933
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 1755

It should read "So I am being fired". If you don't trust the science behind your chosen career, FIND ANOTHER FUCKING CAREER!

Author : markeees
Subreddit : vaxxhappened
Points : 16,497
Published : 2 days ago
Comments : 1672

With all these hot takes on why we shouldn't mock Kanye's recent mental health breakdown

Author : K1CKPUNCH3R
Subreddit : AdviceAnimals
Points : 19,902
Published : 3 days ago
Comments : 1119

[Serious] We all like to think of ourselves as open-minded, but what's the one harmless thing that people do you can't accept or refrain from judging?

Subreddit : AskReddit
Points : 2,133
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 3674