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Researchers have determined a method to help amputees be convinced that a prosthetic hand belongs to their own body. In a scientific collaboration led by the Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne, Switzerland, they utilized a combination of two senses -- sight and touch -- instead of just...

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Researchers believe they have determined why more women than men get migraines, offering the potential for targeted treatments. Sex hormones affect cells around the trigeminal nerve and connected blood vessels in the head, which researchers say contributes to the higher occurrence of migraine in...

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High-protein slimming diets, which also go under names such as the Atkins Diet, the Carbohydrate Counting Diet and the Drinking Man’s Diet, have been the subject of much controversy over the last couple of years. These diets are all more or less based on the use of large quantities of...

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Gluten can be a cruel, cruel mistress – it’s part of many of the best things in life (cake, bagels, pasta), but ends up making some people feel beyond shitty (there’s an ex-boyfriend reference here, but I’ll resist). Gluten’s a protein in wheat, rye and barley...

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No matter how many times we’re told of the ill effects, no matter how many times our parents told us ‘drink water instead’ when we were young, most of us still drink soda in one form or another. In fact, many of us have actually turned to diet soda in recent years; an...

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Spoiler alert -- residents of the United States are going to miss out on Friday's total lunar eclipse. In North America, only a sliver of eastern Canada and the eastern Caribbean will be able to catch a glimpse of the moon in shadow. As this NASA map showcases, most of the rest of the world...

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The latest study on tea as an alternative to coffee suggests at least a cup a day may help your body cling to heart-helping "good cholesterol" as you age. Helps reduce LDL Previous research has suggested more tea may significantly lower the risk of heart disease and stroke by...

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Okay, okay I get it. Jamie Lee Curtis was right – probiotics (you know, those live bacteria in foods like yogurt and sauerkraut that can boost your gut health) are good for me. But those Activia adverts were missing one key fact about probiotics: Their ability to boost your good gut...

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Most Americans already know NASA astronaut Sally Ride, but if you asked what she's known for they might answer she was the first woman in space. They would be wrong. The United States dominated space endeavors for decades beginning in the mid 1960s, but there are three notable accolades...

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When, in early 2017, Cynthia Zamora bit through her tongue in the middle of the night, she had no idea that a 5.4cm cancerous tumour actually surrounded her tongue. Zamora at first didn't want to go to the doctor, but when her condition worsened she had no choice but to seek medical...

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Where you live in the world may determine whether you'll survive a snakebite. About 93 million people worldwide live in remote regions where there are venomous snakes. If bitten, these folks are at increased risk of death due to limited access to anti-venom drugs, researchers said. In...

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If there's one thing frazzled new parents crave, it's that their baby sleeps well. Now, research suggests that the odds for good infant slumber rise when solid foods are introduced relatively early. The British findings contradict some long-held guidelines on infant feeding,...

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It’s one of those weird anatomical-arboreal coincidences: The human prostate is about the size and shape of a walnut. But what if it really were a walnut? For one thing, you’d never get prostate cancer. Which sounds great, until you realise that you could get “walnut...

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Ate a peppery breakfast? How about changed the oil in your car? Those behaviours—as well as 24 other, seemingly unrelated habits—might actually prove you’re pretty bright, a new study published in Personality and Individual Differences suggests. In the study, researchers sought...

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Amongst men, testosterone is one of the most spoken and thought about hormones. It’s the subject of much curiosity and misunderstanding and the scapegoat for that aggressive guy at the bar. It’s responsible for muscle-building and sex drive; and men shudder at the thought that their T...

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