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Coffee can be good for your health.

The benefits are probably due to anti-inflammatories and antioxidants found naturally in coffee: polyphenols (such as chlorogenic and quinic acids) and diterpenes (such as cafestol and kahweol). Many of the health benefits of coffee probably also extend to caffeine, since with caffeine only caffeine, not these other compounds, is removed. Studies have shown that coffee has a positive effect on …

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What to know about the latest salmonella outbreak

Photo : Wavebreakmedia ( iStock ) We kick in the week with some food safety PSA: In August and September, 10 people were infected across six states with Salmonella Dublin, eight of whom were hospitalized and one of them died. Last week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced the infections were linked to beef meat, but "a single …

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Salmonella outbreak linked to ground beef has sickened 10 and caused 1 death, here is what you need to know

However, no single supplier of beef has been identified. Here's what you should know. <p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "Public Health and Supervision Officials and the US Department of Agriculture Food Safety and Inspection Services is currently investigating a multi-state outbreak of Salmonella Dublin infections …

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The nurse assumes autistic man who needed heart transplant

A nurse decided to do more than was required of her when she met a young man in need of a heart transplant in December 2018. Intensive Care Unit (ICU) nurse Lori Wood, who works at Piedmont Newnan Hospital in Newnan, Georgia, had only known 27-year-old Jonathan Pinkard for two days when she decided to legally adopt him. Pinkard, who …

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Getter and Soda: NPR

Dr. Jean-Jacques Muyembe first met Ebola in 1976, before being identified. Since then, he has led the global search for a cure at the Congo National Institute for Biomedical Research. NPR's Samantha Reinders hide captions switch captions Samantha Reinders for NPR Dr. Jean-Jacques Muyembe first met Ebola in 1976, before being identified. Since then, he has led the global search …

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Some strains of gut bacteria can increase the risk of bowel cancer by up to 15%, the study says

Some strains of gut bacteria can increase the risk of bowel cancer by up to 15%, the study says Bristol researchers found that bacterial bacteria increased the risk by eight percent A person's microbiome makeup is determined by genetic lottery Wade, first author, presented the results at the Glasgow Conference By Jack Elsom For Mailonline Published: 07:27 EST, November 4, …

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The pancreatic cancer symptoms to look out for

Pancreatic cancer is one of the most deadly forms of the disease. [Photo: Getty] Pancreatic cancer is one of the most deadly forms of the disease. Less than 1% of patients are still alive a decade after their diagnosis, with survival rates not improving at all over the past 40 years, According to Cancer Research UK . The "brutal disease" …

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Does high-intensity exercise support memory?

There are many health benefits to exercise. It improves flexibility and bone health, promotes healthy aging, reduces the risk of certain diseases and prevents obesity. © Pixabay Exercise directly affects the parts of the body that you use in each activity. Your arms, legs and stomach can look better and your heart functions also improve as you breathe faster and …

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