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Live Longer And Improve Health? Look At How This Protein Could Powerfully Increase Your Years

UCLA biologists have recently released a study which shows a dramatic way to reverse aging. The process, which looks at changing the structure of mitochondria, is able to produce an effect which is both more youthful and energetic. The impact of this information could slow the process of many age related diseases, such as cancer, stroke, Alzheimer’s, and Parkinson’s. The ...

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Does Working The Night Shift Increase Breast Cancer Risk?

Could night shift work be a potential breast cancer risk to women? That’s what a new study from Harvard appears to be suggesting, as outdoor light at night just might be one of the many risk factors for the disease. As reported by the New York Daily News, the Harvard study showed that women who live in locations that have ...

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Does Working The Night Shift Increase Breast Cancer Risk?

Could night shift work be a potential breast cancer risk to women? That’s what a new study from Harvard appears to be suggesting, as outdoor light at night just might be one of the many risk factors for the disease. As reported by the New York Daily News, the Harvard study showed that women who live in locations that have ...

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Lack Of Sleep Could Make Your Brain ‘Eat’ Itself, Increase Risk Of Alzheimer’s Disease

It’s long been believed that a lack of sleep could be bad for the brain. But a new study offers a more colorful, yet dire description of this consequence — it could turn the brain into a “cannibal” of sorts, with synapses being “eaten” by other brain cells, and even increase the chances of chronic sleep loss sufferers acquiring Alzheimer’s ...

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Rising Deer Tick Populations Could Mean Huge Increase In Lyme Disease Cases In 2017

Medical experts are warning that Lyme disease cases in 2017 may be on the way up in the coming weeks and months, due to a huge rise in deer tick populations. Summer is usually the time when Lyme disease is most common, and a report from Time suggests that Lyme disease may become a bigger problem than it usually is ...

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Rising Deer Tick Populations Could Mean Huge Increase In Lyme Disease Cases In 2017

Medical experts are warning that Lyme disease cases in 2017 may be on the way up in the coming weeks and months, due to a huge rise in deer tick populations. Summer is usually the time when Lyme disease is most common, and a report from Time suggests that Lyme disease may become a bigger problem than it usually is ...

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Social Media, Texts, And Emails Increase Stress And Anxiety Levels

Social media, texts, and emails are stressing Americans out. According to a new report published by the American Psychological Association (APA), constantly checking Twitter, Facebook, phone messages, and email is hurting our mental health. Labeled “constant checkers,” four out of five adults repetitively check their email, texts, and social media sites, states the APA report. The association surveyed over 3,000 ...

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Pregnant Women Taking Heartburn Medication May Increase Risk Of Asthma In Children, Experts Say

New research suggests that pregnant woman who are taking heartburn medication may be increasing the risk of their child developing asthma, according to Science Daily. When a pregnant woman reaches her third trimester, it is not uncommon to experience heartburn, which is “caused by stomach acid passing from the stomach back into the esophagus,” due to the “hormonal changes and ...

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Opioid Overdoses Kill More People Than Guns, CDC Reports A 72 Percent Increase In Deaths

Nationwide, the number of overdose deaths from synthetic opioids surged 72 percent from 2014 to 2015. According to new data recently released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 30 states reported significant jumps in overdose deaths from heroin and prescription painkiller abuse. “Too many Americans are feeling the devastation of the opioid crisis either from misuse of prescription ...

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Childhood Obesity Risks Increase During Summer Vacation, Study Claims

It’s no secret that childhood obesity is a big problem in a lot of countries. And a new study has just lent more credence to this belief, as the summer break from school could mean a higher risk of unexpected weight gain for younger school-age children in particular. According to Tucson.com (via HealthDay News), young children have a higher chance ...

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