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Researchers found that consuming a low-fiber diet decreases the friendly bacteria in our gut, possibly irreversibly.
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Virus Outbreak from Brazil has Reached the U.S.
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First Response announces latest Bluetooth Pregnancy Tests
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Healthy Eating in 2016: Diets to Try in the New Year
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New Study brings patients one step closer to an Alzheimer's cure
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Researchers at Oregon Health and Science University are preparing to conduct a study linking sleep deprivation and Alzheimer's disease in humans.
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A study conducted by scientists from the University of Florida found that chronic stress hinders the body's ability to lose weight.
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In 2012, the U.K. government began reviewing the recommended alcohol consumption of the nation and will be releasing a new guideline that will state how drinking red wine is actually not good for the health.
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A new transport study looked into the travel habits of the high and low income people and discovered something interesting.
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Researchers at the Univeristy of Melbourne found that levels of the "stress hormone" Cortisol in the hair of children can help identify those at risk of developing behavioral problems and mental illnesses later in life.
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U.K. researchers are conducting a year-long trial to test their theory that exercise could be a good form of treatment for prostate cancer patients.
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