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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.
Shares Jan 07, 2016 04:39 AM EST
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.
Shares Jan 06, 2016 08:10 AM EST
Researchers at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology studied the BMI of over 6,000 residents in Lausanne and found that living in urban environment contributes to weight gain and obesity.
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Abortion rates are at an all time low, as are rates for pregnancies.
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Scared of prostate cancer? Have a daily dose of orgasm!
Shares Dec 30, 2015 06:51 PM EST
It may not be necessary for pregnant women to avoid some yoga postures. A small study has found that they don't stress the baby.
Shares Dec 29, 2015 06:15 PM EST
Guinea, the last of the three countries in West Africa that were hardest hit by the Ebola epidemic, has been declared free of the infection.
Shares Dec 28, 2015 07:39 PM EST
A large British study has found that women who were unhappy tended to be those who were unhealthy, but that unhappiness by itself was not linked to higher mortality.
Shares Dec 28, 2015 06:21 AM EST
A survey found that people have misconceptions of how well marijuana can treat glaucoma.
Shares Dec 28, 2015 06:11 AM EST
The problem with newer blood thinners is that there is no way to reverse their action in an emergency. Now there is.
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