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Por fin: Un estudio USA recomienda reemplazar margarina, mantequilla y mayonesa por aceite de oliva

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El café podría ser más saludable de lo que piensas

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I’ve never been one to get caught up in the latest diet craze. In fact, I’ve never dieted. I lead an active lifestyle and try to eat as clean as possible, but my late-night snacking habit was becoming a bit of a problem… So when I found myself interviewing someone who’d...

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Have you ever been on a diet and wished that spinach excited your taste buds? Or that chocolate left you cold? Neuroscientists say they have discovered how to manipulate the brain to make sweet things off-putting, and bitter ones nice. But only in mice, for now. According to results from...

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Certain species of herpesviruses may play a role in Alzheimer's disease according to a study of brain samples from people with and without the disease. Researchers made the discovery after examining data from brain banks and cohort studies that are part of the Accelerating Medicines...

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The long-anticipated release of Incredibles 2 is clearly giving fans what they want with the movie already making box office history. But when the movie was official released on 15 June 2018, many US cinemas posted warnings in front of the theatre that a “sequence of flashing lights”...

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Sensitivity to an allergen in red meat has been linked to heart disease, according to a study. Although high saturated fat levels in red meat have been with associated with the buildup of plaque in the heart's arteries, researchers for the first time found that some people face an increased...

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You know that quote about insanity – the one claiming that its definition is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results? (It’s often attributed to Einstein, but there’s no solid evidence of that to be honest.) Well, that’s basically how it feels...

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While scientists have not yet come up with a final verdict on whether coffee is good or bad for you, an American judge has. A Californian judge has called for coffee sellers in the state to place cancer warnings on the coffee they sell. The problem is the chemical produced during the roasting...

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If you think you’re safe from throat cancer because you don’t smoke, sadly you’re mistaken. 60% of all oropharyngeal cancers (cancers of the throat, tonsils and the base of tongue), are linked to an STD known as Human Papillomavirus (HPV), according to the US Centre For Disease...

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Tying the knot can come with a slew of benefits—but settling down might have one big downside: Being married could make you gain weight, according to a new study from the University of Bath’s School of Management in the U.K. Using more than a decade of data from nearly 9,000 men in...

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Here’s a case against watching Netflix on the couch all weekend: All that vegging could rot your brain. For years, doctors and scientists have lectured about the dangers of being inactive, so it’s not exactly surprising that being a couch potato is bad for your health. But a new...

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Want blooming gut bacteria? Turns out, it’s not all about popping probiotic pills. Six surprising facts about the hottest topic in health right now… You ordered a side of sauerkraut with lunch and your fridge is packing probiotics – because by now you know there’s more...

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We’ve all heard about Candida or thrush, but what is it really – and can you catch it? 'Candida overgrowth' What is commonly known as “Candida” is basically a yeast infection, the most common of which is Candida albicans. This organism is usually present...

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New(ish) inventions being used for the first time by youngsters always presents a unique (and unforeseen) challenge for the parents raising them. Just ask previous generations of adults who have tried their best to regulate TV viewing, Internet access, etc. for the kid(s) they were raising. As...

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Here’s what most men buy at the shops: beef, chicken, sugary desserts and alcohol. Really! This is what the research firm Hartman Group recently found. These categories are also among the top sources of kilojoules in the average man’s diet. Beef and chicken are fine, but you know the...

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Get ready to batten down the hatches. Again. In a preseason forecast issued Thursday, Colorado State University’s Tropical Meteorology Project predicts the upcoming hurricane season that begins June 1 will again be busy, although not as bad as the brutal 2017 season. The forecast calls for...

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