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Feeling younger than your age can be a sign that your brain is healthy

Brains are the most complicated body in our bodies. While neuroscientists are quite sure of what some hemispheres in the brain are responsible, other things remain a mystery, for example why some people develop Alzheimer's. There is also a lot of false information about the brain. But what's safe is keeping your brain young and healthy is important – and …

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Children exposed to second-hand tobacco smoke may become snorers

Children exposed to secondary tobacco smoke may become snorers, scientists claim. An analysis of existing research suggests their risk of becoming snorers rises by up to 87 percent, if regularly exposed to lingering cigarette smoke. [19659002] The odds of youngsters going on to become snorers rose by about two percent for every cigarette smoked daily in the home. Chinese scientists …

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Skin Care: Keeping safe in the sun

With the heat wave in recent weeks and cases of skin cancer that will float over the next 20 years, it is important to know how best to protect the body from the sun. Peta Beep Who needs a package holiday to Mallorca when we have our own heat wave? Since the temperature has risen to unthinkable heights, nudging 30C …

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Obstructive sleep apnea linked to brain changes seen in dementia

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) has been linked to brain changes seen in early stages of dementia, according to new research from the University of Sydney. Published in the European Respiratory Journal The study's authors say there is evidence that screening of the elderly for OSA and providing treatment where needed could help prevent dementia in this population. The new study …

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Fresh grounds for fresh coffee | News, Sports, Jobs

By LINDSEY TANNER AP Medical Writer CHICAGO – Continue and have that cup of coffee, maybe even more. New research shows that it can increase the risk of a longer life, even for those who drop at least eight cups daily. In a study of nearly half a million British adults, coffee drinks had a slightly lower risk of death …

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Scientists take a deep dive into differences between Zika and Dengue virus

July 6, 2018 New Study Examines Cellular, Molecular Differences Between Dengue, Zika More than two years after reports of skyrocketing Zika rates surfaced worldwide, questions still loom about this complicated virus. Florida State University Researchers are one step closer to finding answers. Stem Cell Reports Professor of Biological Science Hengli Tang and his postdoctoral researcher Jianshe Lang take a deep …

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Belfast woman wins 2,000 diabetes discrimination cases

Media playback is not supported on your device Mediaskrift "I do not want this to happen to anyone else" – Diabetic woman whose beverage is confiscated A Belfast woman with type 1 diabetes has been assigned 2 000 kr after security staff at a rock concert confiscated her carbonated beverage. Kayla Hanna, 20, was at a Red Hot Chili Pepper …

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Yes, crows really form a gang, and they struggle to win: UBC research

The collision of the collide is the crowd ruling the highest. According to a new UBC study, found that not only crows and ravellers like each other, the lesser bird usually comes to the top Crows already has a reputation as beautiful packing animals Dive bombing crowds terrorize the Vancouver West End However, postdoctoral at the UBC Research Center for …

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The weather also contributes to ticks becoming a problem – News – Pontiac Daily Leader – Pontiac, IL

Paul Westermeyer Thursday July 5, 2018 at. 21.44 Tick may be a health problem With the thoroughfare, Pontiac received Thursday and with more hot temperatures on the way to Livingston County, residents should expect a resumption of the difficult conditions that have plagued the area so far this summer and late spring. In addition to making almost undeniable weather for …

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