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The research team measured the impact of these three types of smiles by continuously monitoring the speaker’s heart rate and periodically assessing his salivary levels of cortisol, a hormone often used as a marker of stress.
Some studies enrolled people who already had tumors with suspected links to RF radiation, such as gliomas, acoustic neuromas and salivary gland tumors.
More on Beastie Boys Adam Yauch's Rare Type of Cancer There is no ribbon for salivary-cancer awareness.
Dike's death, which was confirmed by Dike's brother Lane, occurred in mid-January and followed a battle with salivary gland cancer.
Mumps, which is typically spread through saliva and mucus, causes fever, muscle aches, loss of appetite and the characteristic puffy cheeks and jaw from swollen salivary glands.
The mumps virus causes fever, aches and pains, and puffy cheeks from swollen salivary glands.
His death was due to complications from salivary cancer.
Four years later, he was diagnosed with salivary gland cancer but effectively cured, his wife said.
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