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According to a study conducted by experts at the University of East Anglia (UAE) in the U.K. and Harvard University, they have found that flavonoid-rich fruits, such as berries, could prevent the development of erectile dysfunction in men.
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Researchers at the Harvard Medical School and Brigham, and Women's Hospital in Boston found that eating green leafy vegetables could lower the risk of developing glaucoma later in life.
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Ebola officially Eradicated in West Africa
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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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Best Apps that Can Help You Keep Your New Year's Weight Loss Resolution
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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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