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Why does the brain strengthen emotion pain? : Shot

When Sterling Witt was a teenager in Missouri, he was diagnosed with scholars. For too long, the curvature of his spine began to cause chronic pain. It was "this low-grade type of threatening pain that ran through my spine and usually my lower back and my upper right shoulder blade and then to my neck a little," Witt says. The …

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Drinking too much fruit juice linked to risk of early death

(Photo by Justin Sullivan / Getty Images) Copyright 2019 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. (Photo by Justin Sullivan / Getty Images) SAN FRANCISCO (CNN / WFLA) – Everyone knows drinking too much sugary soda, but don't reach for a bottle of juice instead. It is unhealthy that drinking too …

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Breast cancer frequency may be lower women's breast cancer risk according to study by the American Society of Clinical Oncology

A new cancer study made headlines this week as researchers found that an obesity diet helps reduce the risk of dying from breast cancer. The results of this great long-term study can have life-changing results for millions of women. Tali Lando, a pediatric ear, nose and throat surgeon, was diagnosed with an advanced breast cancer five years ago when she …

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Nurse, 46, uses emotional support animal SKUNK is called Pongo to fight years of anxiety and depression ” class=”blkBorder img-share” /> <img id = "i-ea54382db8ab40f2" src = "https://i.dailymail.co.uk/1s/2019/05/20/01/13699256-7047845-Paula_Bavill_46_from_Wakefield_West_Yorkshire_treats_her_anxiety-a-63_1558312669088.jpg" height = "407" width = "306" alt = "Paula Bavill, 46, from Wakefield, West Yorkshire, treats his anxiety by using his beloved skunk Pongo (formed).

Paula Bavill, 46, from Wakefield, West Yorkshire, treats her anxiety using her pet skunk Pongo (formed together) A nurse who fought anxiety and depression for years has told how her symptoms have decreased dramatically – thank you Paula Bavill, 46, was previously unable to participate in large gatherings and events with limited crowds because of devastating psychological problems she had …

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New study adds evidence to link between nutrition and breast cancer risk

Don't try cause and effect, eating more vegetables, more fiber and less red meat, for example, has been linked to lower risk. iStockPhoto / Getty Images Diet may play a role in preventing breast cancer, some observational studies have found. More than one study does not cause cause and effect, eating more vegetables, more fiber and less red meat, for …

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It will not be a cure for Alzheimer's disease during our lifetime

Biogen recently announced that it abandoned its late drug for Alzheimer's aducanumab, which led investors to lose billions of dollars. They should not have been surprised. Not only have more than 200 failed attempts for Alzheimer's, it has been clear for some time that scientists are likely to have decades away from being able to treat this dreaded disease. Which …

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Researchers are fighting the aging process in the human body

Creatures who refuse to die, usually known as zombies, have appeared in popular movies and television programs for several years. New research has shown that an unusual part of real human biology has zombie-like properties: a special type of cells. Like the stars in many scary stories, these so-called zombie cells also refuse to die. Studies indicate that, as they …

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