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Did you know that you can eat the skin of a kiwi? It’s true! Here’s how and why the skin can be beneficial to your health.
By getting a genetic test for complement 3 glomerulopathy (C3G), you can discover the likelihood of passing on the disease while identifying potential treatments. A nephrologist explains how it works.
Many people don’t like shaving and see it as a necessary evil. Our expert shares tips to help your shaving ritual be more effective and less irritating.
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