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It’s now widely accepted that sugar is responsible for more than just cavities! Diabetes, obesity, cardiovascular disease, brain diseases, and cancer have all been attributed in some way to sugar intake. This is definitely a reason for alarm. Not only do many of the packaged foods we eat...

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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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Caffeine-laden energy drinks are popular, but they might make your blood vessels less efficient, a small study suggests. These drinks -- sold as Monster and Red Bull, to name two -- have been linked to heart, nerve and stomach problems, researchers say. "A lot of young kids use energy...

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Early-stage cervical cancer patients who undergo a minimally invasive hysterectomy have a worse survival outlook than open surgery of the procedure, according to two studies published simultaneously. Researchers "recommend on only using open surgery for cervical cancer" based on the...

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Scientists expect the Northern hemisphere and mid-latitude ozone holes to be completely repaired some time in the 2030s, according to the first assessment of the ozone hole since 2014. The study, "Scientific Assessment of Ozone Depletion: 2018," published Monday by the United Nations...

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The spectrum of colors seen on modern bird eggs likely evolved from dinosaurs, a new study suggests. According to a new study published Wednesday in the journal Nature, non-bird dinosaurs laid eggs in open or partially open nests. Modern bird eggs, even those that are spotted or speckled, are...

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With their keen sense of smell, dogs can track down bombs and drugs, but new research suggests they can also sniff out malaria in people. If confirmed by further studies, canines might someday be used to help spot malaria early, when treatment is most effective. The study included two dogs...

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High salt consumption is one of the contributing factors in developing multiple sclerosis, according to a study. Researchers at the Yale School of Medicine found that salt can trigger the autoimmune disorder. Their findings were published Monday in the journal Nature Immunology. Multiple...

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There are few better feelings than slipping between the sheets when you go to bed. After a long, hard day, it’s perfectly fine to surrender yourself to sleep before removing your clothes; to collapse on your bed and fall into a world of dreams. Even so, there’s always been something...

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A "universal" blood test for earlier cancer detection is closer to reality as British researchers have licensed the technology with a private company. University of Bradford scientists believe their test is the first screening tool to "rule in, or rule out" cancer in patients...

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A long-acting and injectable implant is showing promise to prevent and treat HIV, according to a study with mice. Rather than receiving a once-daily pill, patients can receive a continuous formulation of an antiretroviral medication called dolutegravir for nine months and then the implant can be...

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Researchers found 746 over-the-counter supplements contained potentially harmful and undeclared ingredients not approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. The study analyzed data from a tainted supplements database maintained by the FDA for trends in adulterated dietary supplements...

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Even when landlocked for several generations, Atlantic salmon can sense magnetic fields and use them to navigate, according to new research. Previous studies have documented Pacific salmon's ability to sense magnetic fields. To test whether Atlantic salmon also use Earth's magnetic...

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We all know that getting enough sleep is important. But did you know that sleep deficiency can increase the risk for health issues such as heart disease, kidney disease, diabetes or even a stroke? A lack of sleep can also affect the way you think, react or even how you interact with other...

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Nearly half of women and one-third of men during their lifetime will develop neurological conditions such as Parkinson's disease, dementia or stroke, according to a study. But Dutch researchers found the lifetime risk can be reduced up to 50 percent -- depending on age -- by following...

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