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Tuesday, 20 October 2020
Despite concerns over saturated fats in dairy products, the milk and cheese in your diet may not have much effect on your longevity
Scientists have identified the mechanism that controls the internal 24-hour clock of all forms of life - a finding they say should shed light on some shift-work related problems like diabetes, depression and cancer
Osteoporosis is not only increasing dramatically but is affecting males, younger people and those who give the impression of being healthy and active
Air pollution triggers more heart attacks than using cocaine and poses as high a risk of sparking a heart attack as alcohol, coffee and physical exertion
Mastering a second language can pump up your brain in ways that seem to delay getting Alzheimer's
US researchers studying the effects of stress on the gut may have stumbled on a chemical compound that stimulates hair growth.
The traditional birth control pill has been found to increase the risk of heart disease, but what about the progestin-only "mini-pills?"
A new study tests young children who received iron and zinc supplements as babies with disappointing results: no lasting improvement in mental abilities.
Our society is witnessing enormous challenges that demand our full potential and energy. Drained and exhausted from the past events? Time to shed the feeling.
Eat more fiber and you just may live longer
Women taking certain bone drugs after menopause appear less likely to develop colon cancer U.S. researchers said
In the winter, pre-teen girls may need more vitamin D -- either from diet or supplements -- to have healthy bones, a new study says.
Overweight older women may be less likely than their thinner peers to develop the potentially blinding eye disease glaucoma
As parents react to and are consumed by the tumultuous events of the past fortnight, the affects on children can be pronounced
Teenagers living close to a busy road are more likely to have allergies and asthma
About a third of all common cancers in the United States, China and Britain could be prevented each year if people ate healthier food, drank less alcohol and exercised more
Older women are more likely to give birth to bigger babies
Unfortunately, we seldom pay enough attention to the dental care of our children, thinking that by only encouraging them to brush their teeth we can sleep with a clear conscience
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Researchers show many gain weight back within several years and thus undue improvements to health
Having an abortion does not increase the risk of mental health problems, but having a baby does
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