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Wednesday, 13 November 2019
Sleeplessness and insomnia have been associated in our culture with romance, but for those who experienced first-hand the clinical side of the problem, sleep disorders are a serious problem
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Women with polycystic ovary syndrome have increased blood levels of the widely used industrial chemical bisphenol A, a small study finds -- raising the question of whether the compound plays some role in the disorder
Teenagers with a sunny outlook on life may be less likely than their more pessimistic peers to develop depression symptoms, a new study suggests
Older adults who had the shingles vaccine were half as likely to develop the painful condition than unvaccinated adults in a new study.
Personalized phone counseling along with web-based guidance makes it easier to quit smoking, suggests a new study
Egyptians cannot give up their caffeine, especially tea which accounts for 88 per cent of their consumption of hot beverages. Ahram Online sheds a light on the pros and cons of tea and coffee drinking
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Ever wondered how far your sneeze goes? Or if you can stop germs from spreading by cupping your mouth with your hand when you cough?
Patients sue pharmaceutical company for an allegedly deadly and sickening diabetes drug
A new study suggests that kids who are born only a year or two after an older sibling might be more likely to be diagnosed with autism than those with a bigger age gap
Boys have been more likely than girls to show signs of a particular type of hearing loss, but girls are catching up - and the ubiquity of portable audio players may be to blame, new research suggests
Fish oil capsules won't help boost weight loss if you're already dieting and exercising, new research in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition shows
Women who treat menopause symptoms with hormone patches rather than pills may not have an increased risk of blood clots in the legs or lungs
Women who eat a lot of red meat may be putting themselves at increased risk of stroke, a new study in more than 30,000 Swedish women hints.
YouTube may be a great place to watch a dog play the accordion, but a new study suggests it's not the most reliable source for learning CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation).
Our bodies are a host to numerous kinds of bacteria of which almost five hundred species are in the gastro-intestinal tract and their main task is to help the process of digestion take place and assist the movement of food
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An experimental gel protected female monkeys from the AIDS virus in a test designed to mimic human sexual transmission, researchers said on Wednesday.
The first study to link a childhood vaccine to autism was based on doctored information about the children involved, according to a new report on the widely discredited research
A new study may offer women one more reason to kick the smoking habit before becoming pregnant
Teams of scientists have cracked the genetic codes of the wild strawberry and a certain type of cacao used to make fine chocolate, work that should help breeders develop better varieties of more mainstream crops
The problem of headaches and migraines affects people around the globe. One of the latest approaches tackles the connection between the gut and the brain
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