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Data suggests aspirin may help lower the risk of developing melanoma in women.
Aspirin is not just for headaches anymore. A recent study found that women who take aspirin have a lower risk of developing melanoma, the most serious type of skin cancer, than women who do not take it.
The practice, called "neuroenhancement," is common among college students who use the drugs to help themselves study. The academy believes that the prescription of these drugs is misguided.
Mercedes features futuristic touches at Chicago Auto Show.
The Chicago Auto Show opens at Saturday McCormick Place.
This 2014 Corvette Stingray features five selectable modes of fuel consumption for better gas mileage.
CHICAGO | Siri is set to move from the phone in your pocket to the dashboard of your car.
CHICAGO | The confusion surrounding government legislation may soon be a relic of the past for Chicago residents.
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