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Globally, one in five deaths are associated with poor diet

Source: The Lancet   People in almost every region of the world could benefit from rebalancing their diets to eat optimal amounts of various foods and nutrients, according to the Global Burden of Disease study...

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Benefits of Cold Showers

Originally posted to www.Olivierhealthtips.com by Olivier Langlois It’s Relaxing, Rejuvenating and Awesome Had a hard day at the office? Are you a sportsman tired from the day’s training or a high-adrenaline match?...

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The Adult Brain Does Grow New Neurons After All, Study Says

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If the memory center of the human brain can grow new cells, it might help people recover from depression and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), delay the onset of Alzheimer’s, deepen our understanding of epilepsy...

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Brain growth inhibited by heavy alcohol use

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The study, published today in the journal eNeuro, shows that heavy alcohol use reduced the rate of brain growth by 0.25 milliliters per year for every gram of alcohol consumed per kilogram of body weight. In human...

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Study uncovers genetic switches that control process of whole-body regeneration

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When it comes to regeneration, some animals are capable of amazing feats — if you cut the leg off a salamander, it will grow back. When threatened, some geckos drop their tails as a distraction, and regrow them...

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How team sports change a child’s brain

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Adult depression has long been associated with shrinkage of the hippocampus, a brain region that plays an important role in memory and response to stress. Now, new research from Washington University in St. Louis has...

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5 Things Drinking Too Much Alcohol May Be Doing to Your Body

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When you wake up with a hangover, it’s a no-brainer that last night’s drinks didn’t do you much good. But research shows that the effects of heavy alcohol consumption may be doing much more to your body than just...

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More Doctors Want to Treat Patients From the Comfort of Their Couch

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Most doctors have a license to practice medicine in just one state. Lindsey Mcilvena can practice in 26.   “I’ve lost track a little bit,’’ she said of all her medical licenses. Mcilvena is a telemedicine...

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What Adult ADHD Looks Like

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Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder is a well-known affliction that is characterized by difficulties in impulse control, hyperactivity, and a reduced ability to concentrate for extended periods of time. While it...

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Regenerative Medicine for Spine Conditions

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You’ve probably heard the statistics: As many as half of adults in the U.S. suffer from back pain in any given time frame. What’s even more interesting is that these back pain facts and figures likely...

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How High Blood Pressure Can Lead to Stroke

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Stroke and high blood pressure Stroke is a leading cause of death and severe, long-term disability. Most people who’ve had a first stroke also had high blood pressure (HBP or hypertension). High blood pressure...

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How Can I Avoid Leg Cramps When Taking Cholesterol Medicine?

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If you have been diagnosed with high cholesterol, your physician might have prescribed a statin drug to lower your cholesterol levels. Unfortunately, one of the common side effects of statins is leg and muscle cramps....

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Why do we Sleep? A New Study Suggests That Snoozing Repairs Damaged DNA

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When you don’t get enough sleep, you can feel drained, sluggish and lazy. So, we sip our coffee, attempting to make it through the day, until it’s time to slip back into bed. But besides the fact that we feel...

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‘Broken Heart Syndrome’ Actually Begins In Our Brains

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Emotions might come from the brain, but they often hit us in the heart. That’s particularly true for grief, especially the shattering, life-altering kind; the tsunami of anguish that follows a loved ones’ death...

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50 is the new 40 for safe childbirth?

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Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) and Soroka University Medical Center researchers have determined that it is as safe to give birth after age 50 as age 40 without endangering the mother or the baby. The paper was...

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WHAT’S ACTUALLY BAD ABOUT “PROCESSED FOOD?” 4 REASONS INDUSTRIAL FOOD PROCESSING DAMAGES YOUR HEALTH

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Most of us would probably agree that “processed food” is bad: in nutritional science, that’s kind of a gimme. But what is “processed food?” Technically, cutting is a “process:” if you cut up a carrot...

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Peptides – Muscle Building & Anti-Aging Benefits

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A Complete Guide to Peptides Peptides are a huge buzzword in the fitness and anti-aging communities lately. What exactly are peptides? And can they actually reverse the effects of aging and improve your physique?...

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Feeling Frustrated in Life? 8 Quick Ways to Get Back on Track

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The problem with frustration is that it can cripple in on anyone, but it can be hard to pinpoint exactly where it comes from. What is frustration really? If we ask the dictionary, it tells us it’s the feeling of being...

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Weekend ‘catch-up sleep’ is a lie

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The negative health effects of skimping on sleep during the week can’t be reversed by marathon weekend sleep sessions, according to a sobering new study. Researchers have long known that routine sleep deprivation can...

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2 Foods You Should Never Eat and Why

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As you know, diet plays a huge role in your health. I’ve seen firsthand, in myself and my patients, the power of food to reverse chronic illness such as autoimmune diseases, including Hashimoto’s, Graves’, lupus,...

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A television in the bedroom?

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Too much time in front of the bedroom TV deprives the child of more enriching developmental activities and may explain, in part, less optimal body mass, poor eating habits and socio-emotional difficulties as a teenager,...

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Blue-enriched white light to wake you up in the morning

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Here is a good news for those of who have difficulty with morning alertness. A KAIST research team proposed that a blue-enriched LED light can effectively help people overcome morning drowsiness. This study will provide...

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H.I.V. Is Reported Cured in a Second Patient, a Milestone in the Global AIDS Epidemic

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For just the second time since the global epidemic began, a patient appears to have been cured of infection with H.I.V., the virus that causes AIDS. The news comes nearly 12 years to the day after the first patient...

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Drug Combo Creates New Neurons from Neighboring Cells

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This article has been republished from materials provided by Penn State. A simple drug cocktail that converts cells neighboring damaged neurons into functional new neurons could potentially be used to treat stroke,...

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Fried food linked to heightened risk of early death among older US women

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Regularly eating fried food is linked with a heightened risk of death from any cause and heart-related death, among postmenopausal women, finds a US study in The BMJ today. Foods such as fried chicken and fried...

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Leaving 2-hour gap between dinner and bedtime may not affect blood glucose

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Leaving a two-hour gap between the last meal of the day and bedtime doesn’t seem to be associated with any discernible difference in blood glucose levels among healthy adults over the long term, suggests Japanese...

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Secret to longevity may lie in the microbiome and the gut

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You are what you eat. Or so the saying goes. Science now tells us that we are what the bacteria living in our intestinal tract eat and this could have an influence on how well we age. Building on this, McGill University...

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Effective weight control via an implanted self-powered vagus nerve stimulation device

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In vivo vagus nerve stimulation holds great promise in regulating food intake for obesity treatment. Here we present an implanted vagus nerve stimulation system that is battery-free and spontaneously responsive to...

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Men and women remember pain differently

Scientists increasingly believe that one of the driving forces in chronic pain — the number one health problem in both prevalence and burden — appears to be the memory of earlier pain. Research published...

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Chronic Ankle Pain May Be More Than Just A Sprain

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Ankle sprains are a common injury after a fall, sudden twist or blow to the ankle joint. Approximately 40 percent of those who suffer an ankle sprain will experience chronic ankle pain, even after being treated for...

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Wireless ‘pacemaker for the brain’ could offer new treatment for neurological disorders

A new neurostimulator developed by engineers at the University of California, Berkeley, can listen to and stimulate electric current in the brain at the same time, potentially delivering fine-tuned treatments to...

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Video games can change your brain

Scientists have collected and summarized studies looking at how video games can shape our brains and behavior. Research to date suggests that playing video games can change the brain regions responsible for attention...

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The Spacing Effect: How to Improve Learning and Maximize Retention

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The most important metaskill you can learn is how to learn. Learning allows you to adapt. As Darwin hinted, it’s not the strongest who survives. It’s the one who easily adapts to a changing environment. Learning how...

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Reducing drinking could help with smoking cessation, research finds

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If quitting smoking is one of your New Year’s resolutions, you might want to consider cutting back on your drinking, too. New research has found that heavy drinkers who are trying to stop smoking may find that...

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A newly discovered, naturally low-caffeine tea plant

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Tea drinkers who seek the popular beverage’s soothing flavor without its explosive caffeine jolt could soon have a new, naturally low-caffeine option. In a study appearing in ACS’ Journal of Agricultural and...

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Do You Know What Medicines Are Safe for Your Child?

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  We’ve all been there: when your young child is sick and suffering miserably with symptoms like a raw, runny nose, hacking cough, uncomfortable congestion or fever, you can feel helpless and even scared. You...

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Pilot study suggests pedal desks could address health risks of sedentary workplace

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A recent pilot study by kinesiologists at the University of Massachusetts Amherst found that pedaling while conducting work tasks improved insulin responses to a test meal. Investigators led by Dr. Stuart Chipkin found...

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New review of scientific studies confirms food cravings can be reduced

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Food craving, the intense desire to eat certain foods, can sabotage efforts to maintain healthy eating habits and body weight, no matter the time of year. However, an examination of 28 current peer-reviewed scientific...

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Alcohol intake may be key to long-term weight loss for people with Diabetes

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Research shows that losing weight can help prevent or delay the onset of diabetes. While best practice for weight loss often includes decreasing or eliminating calories from alcohol, few studies examine whether people...

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How the brain decides what to learn

In order to learn about the world, an animal needs to do more than just pay attention to its surroundings. It also needs to learn which sights, sounds and sensations in its environment are the most important and monitor...

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The difference a year makes

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Could a child’s birthday put him or her at risk for an ADHD misdiagnosis? The answer appears to be yes, at least among children born in August who start school in states where enrollment is cut off at a Sept. 1 birth...

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Plot twist: Mitochondrial DNA can come from both parents

The vast majority of our DNA—the chromosomes in the nucleus of each cell—is just what you’d expect: a mix of genetic material from both mother and father. But mitochondria are an exception. They contain a...

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What if the Placebo Effect Isn’t a Trick?

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The Chain of Office of the Dutch city of Leiden is a broad and colorful ceremonial necklace that, draped around the shoulders of Mayor Henri Lenferink, lends a magisterial air to official proceedings in this ancient...

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Health risks increase for babies born to fathers aged 45 or over

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Babies whose fathers are 45 years old or over are more likely to be less healthy at birth, according to a study of more than 40 million deliveries. On average children of older fathers were born 20.2 grams lighter and...

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Parkinson’s disease may start in the appendix and travel to the brain

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Parkinson’s disease may start in the appendix, not the brain. People are less likely to get the condition if they had their appendix out decades previously. And a toxic compound found in the brains of people with this...

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It Might Stress You Out to Know What Stress Is Doing to Your Brain

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If you’re already feeling stressed out, sorry, but there’s one more thing you might need to worry about: A new study finds that stress may impair your memory now and quicken cognitive decline later in life....

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Breathing through the nose aids memory storage

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The way we breathe may affect how well our memories are consolidated (i.e. reinforced and stabilized). If we breathe through the nose rather than the mouth after trying to learn a set of smells, we remember them better,...

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You CAN Eat Carbs and Lose Weight

Weight loss plans seem to fall into two categories: outrageous fad diets that make big promises about dropping pounds fast (without much science to back them up) or very strict but proven diets that could help us lose...

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Don’t treat e-cigarettes like cigarettes, say experts

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“Cigarette” might appear in the term “e-cigarette” but that is as far as their similarities extend, reports a new Northwestern Medicine report published Friday, Sept. 28, in the journal Nicotine...

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Molecule capable of halting and reverting Parkinson’s neurodegeneration identified

Parkinson’s disease is the second most common incurable neurodegenerative disorder after Alzheimer’s disease. It is characterised by the accumulation of protein deposits in dopaminergic neurons (in charge of...

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Beer Consumption Linked to Higher Prostate Cancer Risk

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Many men suffering from advanced-stage prostate cancer appear to share at least one thing in common: they are now or have been heavy drinkers of beer, according to a study by uro-oncologist Pierre Karakiewicz, a...

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Widespread use of statins in healthy older people to prevent heart disease not recommended in new study

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Statins are not associated with a reduction in cardiovascular disease (conditions affecting the heart and blood vessels) or death in healthy people aged over 75, finds a study published by The BMJ today. However, in...

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Can You Really Get Sepsis from Trying on Shoes Without Socks?

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A young girl in the United Kingdom reportedly got an infection and developed sepsis — a potentially life-threatening condition — after going into a store and trying on shoes without wearing socks, according to news...

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Genes are key to academic success, study suggests

Parents always worry about whether their children will do well in school, but their kids probably were born with much of what they will need to succeed. A new study published in npj Science of Learning by researchers...

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Poor sleep and type 2 diabetes means slower wound healing

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People with Type 2 diabetes who don’t sleep well could need more time to heal their wounds, according to a new study published by researchers from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. The research, which...

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The $250 Biohack That’s Revolutionizing Life With Diabetes

When her daughter, Sydney, was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes at age 8, Kate Farnsworth stopped sleeping through the night. She’d set the alarm for 3 a.m. so she or her husband, Dave, could prick the girl’s fingers...

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Gene Therapy, ‘Medical Chips’ Top Advances Predicted for 2018

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This will be the year of the “medical chip.” That’s the prediction of leading health expert Dr. Michael Roizen, chief wellness officer at the prestigious Cleveland Clinic and a regular Newsmax Health contributor....

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Most People Don’t Know This: Not Getting Enough Exercise Ups Your Cancer Risk

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Getting too little exercise is tied to an increased risk of cancer — but according to a new study, most people in the U.S. don’t know this. In the study, researchers found that only about 3 percent of adults...

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Splinters, Bug Bites, Thorns and Ingrown Hairs Need This Remedy Now

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  We all know how painful even the smallest splinter, thorn or ingrown hair can become when it’s shoved deep into your skin. Bug bites or stings can drive you or your kids crazy with itching or burning. The...

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Gut bacteria and heart health: Is there a link?

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An innovative study finds a link between our heart health and the health of our gut, highlighting the importance of physical exercise for keeping both at optimal levels. woman making heart sign in front of her belly...

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New ‘e-dermis’ brings sense of touch, pain to prosthetic hands

Amputees often experience the sensation of a “phantom limb” — a feeling that a missing body part is still there. That sensory illusion is closer to becoming a reality thanks to a team of engineers at...

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Test tube artificial neural network recognizes ‘molecular handwriting’

Researchers at Caltech have developed an artificial neural network made out of DNA that can solve a classic machine learning problem: correctly identifying handwritten numbers. The work is a significant step in...

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It’s official — spending time outside is good for you

Living close to nature and spending time outside has significant and wide-ranging health benefits — according to new research from the University of East Anglia. A new report published today reveals that exposure...

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Why is there concern that cell phones may cause cancer or other health problems?

There are three main reasons why people are concerned that cell phones (also known as “mobile” or “wireless” telephones) might have the potential to cause certain types of cancer or other health problems:  ...

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The odds of living to 110-plus level out — once you hit 105

After you hit 105, the odds of reaching 110 even out, according to new study. Want to be a supercentenarian? The chances of reaching the ripe old age of 110 are within reach — if you survive the perilous 90s and...

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How four cups of coffee might protect the heart

Researchers found that consuming the amount of caffeine that is equivalent to four cups of coffee might be enough to set off a cellular chain of events that protects the cells of our hearts. Four cups of coffee Four...

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HOW TO BEAT THE HEAT THIS SUMMER

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Summer is the season that most of us look forward to. Swimming, grilling, walking barefoot on the grass—summer has the power to bring us back to the carefree days of our childhood. But with warmer weather comes some...

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8 Amazing Breakthroughs in Diabetes Research That Are Giving Us Hope

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According to recent research, we’re not entirely sure how many diseases the label ‘diabetes’ covers. But no matter what causes our bodies to struggle with their blood sugar levels, it’s a serious...

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Your brain anatomy may play a role in determining your food choices

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Our indulgence in delicious but unhealthful food may not necessarily reveal a character flaw. Rather, our ability to exercise self-control is linked to our neurobiology, according to a study that has been published in...

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Are Humans Still Evolving?

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In this Spotlight, we ask whether modern humans are still evolving or whether we have stepped out of the path of natural selection. Charles Darwin engraving Does Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution still apply to...

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Artificial Skin Technology Mimics Touch Sensations and Reflexes

It’s fair to say that we take our skin for granted, but as Zhenan Bao, PhD, points out, it’s actually “a complex sensing, signaling and decision-making system.” Bao, a Stanford chemical engineer, has been...

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Ozone Therapy: New Breakthrough for Back Treatment

Ozone, the gas that protects us from the sun’s damaging rays but becomes toxic when inhaled, is experiencing a resurgence on the North American medical community. We are all familiar with the ozone layer and how...

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People Horrified by an Ingredient in Itch Relief Medicine

Itchy skin from outdoor allergies, mosquito bites, bee stings, poison ivy and poison oak can be nearly constant in the warmer months. If you’re like most itch-prone people, you prepare for “itchy skin season” by...

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Back Pain Relief? Yes, It’s Possible.

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For back pain sufferers, like me, the thought that anything might actually relieve chronic back pain seems about as believable as finding a unicorn giving CPR to a garden gnome on the sixth Thursday of the month. It is,...

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The Vitamin that Could Help Kill Cancer

By Robb Taylor Researchers have long hoped to find natural treatments – and even cures – for cancer. For some, the search is about breaking free from traditional pharmaceutical treatments, which can be extremely...

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Five Yoga Myths That You Should Stop Believing Right Now

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By Noma Nazish , Forbes CONTRIBUTOR The term ‘yoga’, is derived from the Sanskrit root word ‘yuj’, meaning ‘to yoke’ or ‘to unite’. According to the yogic scriptures, practicing yoga...

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New Smart Contact Lens For Diabetics Introduced

  Originally posted to Science Daily, February 22, 2018 Source:  Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST) A team of researchers, affiliated with UNIST has recently introduced a new biosensing...

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Five Unconventional Cancer Therapies Your Doctor (Probably) Won’t Tell You About

Image Credit: Anne Weston/Wellcome Images By Robb Taylor March 5, 2018 Modern American medicine would have us believe that, if you have cancer, there are very few ways to beat it – all of them extremely expensive....

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“Longevity Protein” Could Save Lives, Improve Health

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By Robb Taylor January 21, 2018 Researchers, led by a team at Yale University, have discovered a link between a naturally occurring protein and the potential for longer life. The protein Klotho, which was named after...

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Could Your Own Skin Cells Save Your Life?

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By Robb Taylor A quick primer on cell reprogramming: for decades, stem cells have been considered to be one of the most promising keys to preserving health and promoting human longevity. Scientists have researched the...

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Blood Pressure Medication Linked to Depression & Other Mood Disorders

If you’re taking blood pressure medication and feel depressed or anxious, a recent study published by the American Heart Association suggests that there could be a direct link between the two. Some common blood...

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3D Gel Stacks Can Grow Enough Stem Cells to Treat Brain Disease

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It could cure some conditions without consuming gigantic amounts of space. Programmed stem cells promise to tackle all kinds of illnesses, but there’s one catch: making them. It’s hard to cultivate large...

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Seniors Find Help for Frequent Bruising

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You’ve probably noticed that, as you age, your skin has suffered in a number of ways. One of the most obvious is more frequent bruising that takes longer to heal than when you were younger. It’s a painful,...

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Probiotic Breakthrough: Science Links Emotions to Gut Bacteria

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Have you ever had a “gut feeling” when you’re stressed, anxious or depressed? There’s good reason. New evidence and several studies, including a clinical study from Oxford University, seem to prove a direct link...

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Salon Shampoo Brands Beware: One Small Company Is Turning the Industry on Its Shiny, Luxurious Head

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Every woman knows that salon products – especially shampoo and conditioner – are better than mass-produced brands (pretty much anything you buy at a retail store). We can also agree that they’re too darned...

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AI Can Predict How Much Longer You Have Left to Live

Artificial intelligence is able to make a pretty accurate guess at how much longer you’ve got to live, as shown by a new study published in the journal Scientific Reports. In the “the first study of its...

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The Blood Pressure Secret You’ve Never Heard Of

Most people feel like they have been given a life sentence once they’re diagnosed with high blood pressure. Doctors offer little hope other than telling you to change your diet and take blood pressure medication. For...

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Can You Live to Be 120?

When people who are surveyed about aging are asked how long they want to live, the majority choose an age between 80 and 100. But when asked if they would want to live to be 120 – if they had the health and mental...

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Does Fragile, Thinning Skin on Your Hands Give Away Your Age?

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Your hands can be a dead giveaway of your age, regardless of how young you look or feel – and regardless of how much money you spend on anti-aging products (or even plastic surgery) for your face. Every time you look...

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Your Nail Salon’s Dirty Little Secret

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Think back to the last time you got your nails done. Do you remember seeing your nail salon properly disinfect the foot spa or basin and tools before using them? Have you ever seen the process take place? Odds are good...

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­­­­Fast Cedar Fever and Allergy Relief – Without Pills

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About half the population – around 40% – dislikes taking pills or cannot swallow them. This becomes a particular problem for Texans when allergy symptoms become unbearable – especially from cedar fever: burning...

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New Hope for Hemorrhoid Sufferers

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  If you suffer from hemorrhoids, you know there have been limited over-the-counter options available to you for complete, multi-sympton relief. There are many products on the shelves, but many of them use the same...

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Do You Have Severe Bad Breath and Don’t Know It?

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Most people don’t know that one-third of Americans suffer from halitosis (or severe bad breath). Really bad breath can be hard to detect if you’re the one who has it, while it’s obvious to everyone around you. The...

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Deep Learning Algorithm Does as Well as Dermatologists in Identifying Skin Cancer

In hopes of creating better access to medical care, Stanford researchers have trained an algorithm to diagnose skin cancer. By Taylor Kubota It’s scary enough making a doctor’s appointment to see if a strange mole...

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Voice Analysis Tech Could Diagnose Disease

In the near future, smartphone apps and wearables could help diagnose disease with short voice samples. Researchers enlist smartphones and machine learning to find vocal patterns that might signal post-traumatic stress...

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Mentally Stimulating Activities after Age 70 Associated with Lower New Cognitive-Impairment Risk

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Mentally stimulating activities after age 70 found associated with decreased risk of new-onset mild cognitive impairment (photo credit: Mayo Clinic) Mayo Clinic researchers have found that engaging in mentally...

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Environmental Factors Contribute to Early Aging

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Environmental factors that we can’t control can result in signs of early aging, impacting your skin (and overall health) from the inside-out. It’s called a “reduction-oxidation” reaction; an example is how a car...

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Implantable Device Targets Cancer, Other Illnesses with Controlled Long-Term Drug Delivery

A drug-delivery capsule directly implanted into a cancerous tumor (credit: Lyle Hood/UTSA) 5000 nanochannels control release; can deliver medicinal doses for several days or a few weeks, also effective for HIV and...

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Fast Allergy Relief without Pills?

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If you hate swallowing pills, you are not alone. In fact, more than 1 in 10 Americans can’t or struggle to get medications down1, often just accepting the fact that allergy symptoms are something they have to live...

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