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Spinning celebrities in Montreal to raise money for breast cancer – Montreal

There was a lot of sweat and smiles at the MAA Sporting Club in downtown Montreal Saturday at the gym celebrity spinning event. The participants paid to participate in spinning classes in the celebrity celebrities, including Bruny Surin, Joannie Rochette, Stephanie Horner, Annie Pelletier and Global News Entertainment columnist Jay Walker, to name a few. READ MORE: New Genetic Research …

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Baboons flee the Texas Biomedical Research Institute on the far west side

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Nightworms may be at higher risk of past death

Nightworms are at greater risk of dying sooner than morning people, according to a new study from Northwestern Medicine in Chicago and University of Surrey, UK. The results also show that night owls tend to have higher levels of diabetes, mental disorders and neurological disorders. The research, based on nearly half a million participants in the UK Biobank Study, found …

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Despite the frowned fortresses

Hikers and dog lovers may have thought that the high temperatures this winter would fall into this year's bird population. Think again. Entomologists studying the spider-blooded blood suckers said that most spots survived freezing New England temperatures due to insulation from leaf decks and snow. The number would have decreased if there had been drier conditions. Most Northeast saw the …

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For long life, do not have more than one drink a day, says the study

NEW YORK – Here are some innovative news: A major international study says that adults should average no more than one alcoholic drink per day, meaning drinking guidelines in many countries can be overly solved. The study showed that people who lower more than seven drinks a week can expect to die earlier than those who drink less. "What this …

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Get dressed, change – that's what a new campaign will encourage hospital patients to do

HOSPITAL patients in Wales are encouraged to replace pajamas and keep mobile as part of a British campaign. #EndPJParalysis 70-Day Challenge aims over a 70-day period to chalk up a million days of relevant patients wearing day clothes and moving around. The challenge begins tomorrow (TUE) and runs until June 26th in a number of health and care organizations across …

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Navicent Health is hosted for free health protection

About 200 people began their weekend checking their well-being at Family Fun Day at the Peyton Anderson Forum. It is an event offered by Navicent Health, which offers free health screening-like body mass index, blood pressure … and prostate cancer screenings. Aimee Clance is an oncology nurse at the Peyton Anderson Cancer Center. She says she hopes this program will …

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The next step discussed in the probe for the Otsego area is cancer problems

OTSEGO, MI – Holders concerned about the cause of health issues, including cancer, are likely to have to wait months before officials decide if the cases in the area are statistically significantly higher than state or national averages. State and federal officials gave an update at a meeting on April 14 in Otsego, discussing the next step in an investigation …

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Mentor Schools hosted by the City Hall

Mentor Schools Superintendent Bill Porter has said that he sees schools as an extension of society. And one of the biggest crises affecting society today is opioid epidemic. So, the school district's Paradigm Center, 6465 Center St., is worth a visit "A crisis we can not ignore: the Opiate Ppidemic in our community", a town hall meeting about the epidemic. …

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