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Health and Fitness

Chilli lovers have healthier hearts, study on chili suggests

December 17, 2019
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           Spicing up your life with frequent doses of chili could halve the risk of dying from a heart attack or stroke, research suggests. The study of almost 23,000 Italians found that regular consumers had 40 per cent fewer fatal heart attacks and 61 percent fewer deadly strokes. Overall, those eating the spice at least four […]

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Toxicologists find toxic chemicals from LCDs in nearly half of household dust samples

December 17, 2019
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           Chemicals commonly used in smartphone, television, and computer displays were found to be potentially toxic and present in nearly half of dozens of samples of household dust collected by a team of toxicologists led by the University of Saskatchewan (USask). The international research team, led by USask environmental toxicologist John Giesy, is sounding the alarm […]

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Study suggests link between bacteria in the upper airway and asthma severity

December 16, 2019
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           A new study led by Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis suggests there is a link between bacteria that live in the upper airway and the severity of asthma symptoms among children with mild to moderate asthma. The study raises the possibility that the airway’s microbiome could have a causal role in the […]

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Exercising before breakfast will burn more calories

December 16, 2019
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           A UK based research in its most recent discoveries said that nourishment before practice supports blood sugars, gives the body fuel to expand the force and length of an exercise. It additionally prevents you from being exhausted or lightheaded. The investigation watched 30 stout or overweight men, and found that the individuals who turned out […]

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Hormone replacement therapy can LOWER breast cancer risk, research indicates

December 15, 2019
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           Certain types of Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) really secure ladies against bosom malignant growth, scientists have appeared. Following quite a while of to and fro banter on the dangers of hormone substitution treatment, new examination proposes the kind of treatment ladies use hugy affects malignant growth chance. Researchers have discovered that in ladies who took […]

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5 Ways to Cut Down on Stress During a Home Remodel

May 1, 2018
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           Maybe you’ve grown just sick enough of that 1970s avocado-green kitchen to update it to something more sleek and modern. Or perhaps it’s as simple as remodeling a bathroom. Whatever the room, home renovations can test even the most patient personality through the sheer chaos and mess that are inevitable. To get through your renovation, […]

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Five tips to keep asthma sufferers safe from a dusty season

May 1, 2018
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           With the changing weather, there’s bound to be dust and pollen in the air that could trigger asthma and allergic reactions. Bradley Chipps, MD, President of the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (ACAAI) adds: “People think they’re doing everything they can to battle spring allergies. But many still find themselves under siege from […]

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Toxic Caterpillars Invading Parts of London, Officials Warn

April 30, 2018
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           British forestry officials are warning parts of London about an invasion of caterpillars whose long white hairs can trigger allergic reactions in humans that include skin and eye irritation, difficulty breathing and even anaphylactic shock. Caterpillars of the oak processionary moth were spotted emerging from eggs in mid-April, according to the Forestry Commission, which oversees […]

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Tiny Tooth Sensor Tracks What You Eat, and It Could Help You Be Healthier

April 23, 2018
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           The South Beach diet. The Atkins diet. Eating paleo. Cutting out gluten. Going vegan. The list of fad diets and health crazes goes on, yet health statistics in the US and around the world show that most people still don’t know what to eat, or when, or how much. New research from Tufts University’s engineering school has […]

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