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The dentures were lodged in his larynx for about a week.

A man’s dentures got stuck in his throat during surgery. It took surgeons over a week to dislodge them.

A new case study tells of a 72-year-old man whose dentures were lodged in his larynx for eight days.

Police use-of-force is a leading cause of death among young men of color, study says

The new study says that police use-of-force is a leading cause of death among all young men, particularly young men of color.

Most people who play video games online experience ‘severe’ harassment, new study finds

The majority of people who play games online experience at least some form of harassment, with about two-thirds of people saying it's "severe."
A man sits in his room in a senior living facility.

A drug for treating prostate cancer has been linked with increased risk of dementia, study finds

The study of more than 150,000 men found a link between the degenerative diseases and a treatment drug called androgen deprivation therapy (ADT).

The most brutal finance exam in the world, the CFA, takes place on Saturday — here’s what the questions look like

The Chartered Financial Analyst exams are notoriously difficult — every year, only about 40% of people pass.
Extroverts may have it easier.

Extroverts have 4 consistent advantages over everyone else at work

An extrovert has a leg up over introverts at work, according to a new study. For example, extroverts are more skilled at schmoozing with coworkers.

Single elderly Singaporeans need S$1,379 a month for basic living needs, which include everything from curtains to holidays

The figure includes a budget for annual holidays, laptops and internet connection.
Artificially-sweetened, low-calorie beverages have been linked to overall higher calorie consumption.

There’s new evidence to suggest drinking diet soda actually makes you eat more

Diet sodas and other artificially-sweetened, low-calorie beverages have been linked to higher calorie consumption overall.
Relying too heavily on protein shakes and supplements could be doing you more harm than good.

Consuming too many protein supplements could be doing you more harm than good

Research done on mice suggested that relying too heavily on BCAAs (branched chain amino acids) may reduce lifespan and cause weight gain and a lower mood.
Could eating a morning meal decrease your chances of dying from heart disease?

A new study says skipping breakfast could increase your risk of dying early, but health experts aren’t convinced

The findings should be taken with a pinch of salt, experts say, stressing that it's a person's overall diet which is most important.