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Reuters reporter Debra Sherman shares research she's found about cancer and diet.

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Why is the indoor tanning industry demonizing physicians and others who warn of tanning's dangers?

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Social Jet Lag, HIV-prevention and Weight-Loss pills, Health Insurance Exchange, Skin Cancer and Dialysis Patients. 

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Medical Marijuana: Federal agents raided the “Oaksterdam” medical marijuana training school today, briefly detaining school founder Richard Lee, one of the nation’s best-known advocates of medical marijuana, Terry Collins reports for the Associated Press.

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I wrote a piece recently for Health News Review about conflicts of interest. The original post is below, followed by more great examples of writers describing unexpected conflicts in detail.

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HPV vaccine for boys, hallucinogens and personality, and the link between coffee and skin cancer, plus more from our Daily Briefing.

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James O'Keefe's "exposé" of Medicaid workers, the high cost of family caregivers and good news for statins, plus more from our Daily Briefing.

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I was a bit torn when trying to figure out how to approach this piece. A reader emailed me about an article in the Huffington Post, and there is so much wrong with it that I felt overwhelmed. My solution is to focus on a few of the problems that can help illuminate broader points.

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Lots of coverage today on a new study linking frequent indoor tanning with a higher risk of getting melanoma, one of the more deadly types of skin cancer. But why aren't more reporters also writing about the absolute risks?
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We continue our 5-part series on the high cost of health care in America.

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