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Obesity And Depression

Obesity And Depression Linked In New U.S. Health Officials Study

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Obesity and Depression are often found linked together in patients according to a new study released by U.S. health officials. The report found that 43 percent of depressed adults were also... read more

ebola chocolate

Ebola And Chocolate: Virus Probably Won’t Kill You, Might Kill Your Favorite Candy

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If you clicked, it’s probably because you saw the title and thought, “what do Ebola and chocolate have in common?” Nothing, really. But chocolate could end up being one of... read more

5 Simple Ways to Fight Burnout

5 Simple Ways to Fight Burnout

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When’s the last time you felt burnt out? In this day and age, it’s practically the norm to be stressed, overworked, and saddled with too many responsibilities. Small wonder that... read more

Pneumococcal Vaccine Reduces Antibiotic-Resistant Infections by 62 Percent

Pneumococcal Vaccine Reduces Antibiotic-Resistant Infections by 62 Percent

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Previous studies have concluded that overall vaccination reduces the risk of non-targeted infections among vaccinated individuals. Now new research presented at IDWeek 2014 suggest that the pneumococcal vaccine dramatically reduces... read more

Alzheimer's Research Breakthrough: Replicating Human Brain Cells

Alzheimer’s Research Breakthrough: Replicating Human Brain Cells

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Researchers in Boston replicated human brain cells to study Alzheimer’s, advancing how to study the disease in the future and find drugs to treat it. Lead researcher, Rudolph E. Tanzi... read more

Ebola Nurse Nina Pham Delivers Good News

Ebola Nurse Nina Pham Delivers Good News

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Nina Pham, the “Ebola Nurse” who was diagnosed yesterday morning, has delivered some good news regarding her recovery. According to the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas, Pham has released... read more

Lung Cancer Can Remain Dormant 20 Years Before Spreading

Lung Cancer Can Remain Dormant 20 Years Before Spreading

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Lung cancer can remain dormant for 20 years before it grows and spreads aggressive cancer cells, according to a new study. Researchers analyzed lung cancers from seven patients, which included... read more

Launching a Company? Start With Your Body

Launching a Company? Start With Your Body

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An entrepreneur can’t be half-hearted in his or her efforts, and while launching a business can be satisfying, it can also be frustrating, exhausting and even disheartening. Watching an idea... read more

Prenatal Exposure To Viruses May Cause Type 1 Diabetes And Other Autoimmune Diseases

Prenatal Exposure To Viruses May Cause Type 1 Diabetes And Other Autoimmune Diseases

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The cause of type 1 diabetes and other autoimmune diseases continues to elude scientists. However, a new study published in the journal Diabetic Medicine suggests that type 1 diabetes may... read more

How Weather Affects Your Productivity

How Weather Affects Your Productivity

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Employee productivity is one of the most critical factors for a business to be successful and profitable. Employers want their employees to complete the maximum amount of work in the... read more

Prenatal BPA Exposure May Reduce Lung Function in Children

Prenatal BPA Exposure May Reduce Lung Function in Children

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Exposure to BPA during pregnancy may reduce lung function and increase persistent wheezing in children, concludes a new study published in the journal JAMA Pediatrics. Bisphenol A, or BPA, is... read more

10 Bad Habits You Shouldn’t Stop Doing

10 Bad Habits You Shouldn’t Stop Doing

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Everyone has a vice – or two. A bad habit you can’t quite kick. Before driving yourself crazy or giving up on leading a healthier life, check out the following... read more

Ebola Vaccine Trials May Begin In Early 2015

Ebola Vaccine Trials May Begin In Early 2015

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As an Ebola outbreak continues in West Africa, experts on the virus have begun to conclude that only the development of an Ebola vaccine and other drugs to treat the... read more

Prenatal Exposure To Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Linked To Pregnancy Complications

Prenatal Exposure To Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Linked To Pregnancy Complications

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Consuming drinking water contaminated with tetrachloroethylene (PCE) during pregnancy may increase the risk of pregnancy complications such as stillbirth and placental abruption, concludes a new study published in the journal... read more

Acupuncture Needle Left In Stomach for 40 Years

Acupuncture Needle Found In Man’s Stomach 40 Years After He Sought Treatment

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  In 1974 Xu Long, 60, from the city of Jiujiang in south-eastern China’s Jiangxi Province, visited an army doctor because of a sore stomach. 40 years later his doctor discovered a needle... read more