Study Suggests When You Eat Is Related to What You Eat

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According to a new study presented at the ECOICO or European and International Conference on Obesity 2020, having a healthy diet is linked to...

Weak Electric Currents Would Aid in Fighting Superbugs

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A new study published in the Applied and Environmental Microbiology journal has shown that electricity would eliminate bacteria. The findings might have long-term implications...

Experts on Gut Health Define “Synbiotics”

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Having a healthy flora of gut bacteria would provide protection against certain microorganisms causing illnesses. In addition, they play an important part in metabolism,...

Cognitive Decline Affects Baby Boomers More Than Previous Generations

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In the last few decades, people over 50 years old have been experienced significant improvements in their cognition. Scores were rising in the "greatest...

Study Finds Protein In The Blood That Would Predict Alzheimer’s Disease

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A new study published in the Journal of Experimental Medicine has identified that a form of protein in the blood might aid in predicting...

New Studies Show Preferences for Pap Smears over HPV Tests for Cervical Cancer Screening

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Over the last few years, the increased popularity of the Pap smear has reduced the number of cancer death in women in the U.S. These...

Study Shows Benefits of Vegan Diet on Healthy Aging

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Plant-based diets are gaining widespread popularity in the United States. More and more people change to a vegan diet for many reasons. These include reducing...

FDA Report Assesses Precision of Labeling CBD Products

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More states in the U.S have been legalizing cannabis products for recreational use and medical purposes. However, many experts are raising the questions: Are...

Comprehensive Study Suggests Association Between Mortality And Air Pollution

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A recent study published in the Science Advances journal has found out that exposure to fine air particles would increase the risk of premature...

New Study Pointed Out Most Nonmedical Factors Increasing Death Risk

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The new study by researchers at the University of British Columbia, Canada, has suggested the 10 most common factors linked to death. The report...

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