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Sunshine/Vitamin D Could Ward Off Dementia

Sunshine could ward off dementia and strokes after scientists have shown a direct link between vitamin D and the conditions in a world-first study. A new study based on British people said that cases of dementia could drop by nearly a fifth if people who were deficient...

The Effect Of Breast Cancer Screening Is Declining

A new research result questions whether the benefits of breast cancer screenings has gradually declined to a degree that it is too small in relation to the costs in the form of overdiagnosis and overtreatment. Screening for breast cancer has a cost. This is shown by a...

Food Miles Account For a Sickening Amount of Emissions

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In many places around the world, grocery store produce aisles are a delightful array of colours, even in the depths of Winter, when it...

Deadly Snakes Could Save Your Life

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Some of the world’s deadliest snakes could soon be saving lives, with research from the University of Queensland (UQ) showing venom could be used...

What Can Blue Light Do to Our Skin?

You might have noticed skincare companies claiming their products can protect you from the effects of blue light. So if you hadn't thought about...

Ageism and Health: Study Shows Close Links

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Nearly all older adults have experienced some form of ageism in their everyday lives, a new study finds — whether it’s seeing ageist messages...

Can’t Complete This Balance Test?

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The final decades of a human's life are a litany of gradual mechanical failures. Strength wanes, fitness drops, and the brain can get a...

Blood Test Developed To Predict Liver Cancer Risk

An estimated one-quarter of adults in the U.S. have non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), an excess of fat in liver cells that can cause...

75% Of Teens Not Getting Recommended Daily Exercise

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Three out of every four teens aren't getting enough exercise. This lack is even more pronounced among female students. But new research from the University...

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