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Just One Minute of Intense Exercise Produces Health Benefits

Researchers at McMaster University have found that a single minute of very intense exercise produces health benefits similar ... View more
22 June 2016
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4 Ways Dogs Might Be Able to Sniff Out Disease

Who says you can’t teach an old dog new tricks? With 40 times as many receptors in their ... View more
22 June 2016
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This New Device Claims to ‘Switch Off’ Period Pain

It’s estimated that nine out of 10 women suffer from period pain each month, and an unfortunate 10 ... View more
22 June 2016
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Mayo Clinic First to Implant Device to Solve Fecal Incontinence

A clinical team on Mayo Clinic's Florida campus is the first to offer four patients with long-term fecal ... View more
22 June 2016
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Arthritis in the Knee: What You Need to Know

Arthritis of the knee can make taking a step painful. Swelling, pain, and stiffness in the joint are ... View more
22 June 2016
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GPs Now Able to Prescribe Duodart

GPs are now able to prescribe the dutasteride–tamsulosin combination (Duodart) for symptomatic benign prostatic hyperplasia. As of June ... View more
22 June 2016
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Researchers Create Key Diagnostic Measures for Gastrointestinal Disorders

With no laboratory test available to diagnose functional gastrointestinal disorders, proper diagnostic criteria are critical for clinicians to ... View more
22 June 2016
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Why you Don’t Sleep Well the First Night in a New Place

To most scientists, discarding data is like throwing money in the trash. But for sleep researchers, it’s routine ... View more
15 June 2016
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Women and People Under the Age of 35 at Greatest Risk of Anxiety

Women are almost twice as likely to experience anxiety as men, according to a review of existing scientific ... View more
15 June 2016
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One-Third of Children in Low- and Middle-Income Countries Fail to Reach Developmental Milestones

In developing countries, one third of children 3 and 4 years old don't reach basic milestones in cognitive ... View more
13 June 2016
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Many with Migraines have Vitamin Deficiencies, Says Study

A high percentage of children, teens and young adults with migraines appear to have mild deficiencies in vitamin ... View more
13 June 2016
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This New Blood Test Could Personalise Depression Treatments for the First Time

Scientists have developed a new blood test that could finally lead to personalised depression treatments for patients, giving ... View more
13 June 2016
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New Findings on the Connections Between Gut Microbiota and the Brain

Intestinal bacteria that can boost bravery or trigger multiple sclerosis: An increasing body of research results confirms the ... View more
08 June 2016
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Research Suggests Diabetes Drug Acts Differently From Previous Theories

A Mayo Clinic study suggests laboratory findings do not tell the whole story of how the diabetes drug ... View more
08 June 2016
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Junk Science Driving Public Misperceptions

Have you heard about the latest study? Coffee fights cancer. Pizza and French fries are addictive like crack. ... View more
06 June 2016
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Payday Lenders to Offer Elective and Cosmetic Surgery Loans

Medical experts warn a push by payday lenders into loans for elective and cosmetic surgery could lead to a ... View more
01 June 2016
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Pharmacist Behind ‘Hydration Clinics’ Shadi Kazeme Sued for Theft of Peptides and Steroids

The chemist to the stars behind a controversial chain of "hydration clinics" has been charged after allegedly stealing more than ... View more
01 June 2016
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Female Smokers More Likely to Kick the Habit by ‘Timing’ Their Quit Date with their Menstrual Cycle

Women who want to quit smoking may have better success by carefully timing their quit date with optimal ... View more
01 June 2016
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Mums can Transmit Psychiatric Trouble to Kids

Individual symptoms, such as anxiety, avoidance and a heightened response to stress, can be transmitted from mother to ... View more
01 June 2016
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The Baby Business – Four Corners

As this program shows, there are concerns, even from industry insiders, that some women undergoing IVF don't actually ... View more
31 May 2016
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