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... discovered that distinct regions of the human brain are ... choices involving only risk. The investigators found the reason ... risk-taking can become an addition or lead to compulsive ... Neuron. ,The research was supported by the ...
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... who skip their menstrual cycle through contraceptive pills or ... to the female reproductive system such as cervical cancer, ... perception is that regular menses means 'a good cleanout' ... breast, ovarian and endometrial cancers, says Professor Ian Fraser, ...
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