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Facing five years or more in prison, Jessie Lee Herald cut a deal. Or more accurately, the state reduced his sentence if he would agree to be cut.
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Bald Man Grows Full Head of Hair
Researchers at Yale used a drug intended for arthritis to help a man who suffered from alopecia.
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Mexico Wins! So The 'No Sex' Thing Works?
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Shacking Up? You May Be Missing Key Health Benefit
Married men are more likely than men who have live-in partners to regularly visit the doctor, a new study shows.
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