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Are Flu Vaccines Safe During Pregnancy? Researchers Find Inconclusive Link Between Flu Shots And Miscarriages

For years pregnant women have been having second thoughts on whether it’s safe for them to take the flu vaccine for fear that doing so would cause them to miscarriage. The default consensus among scientists is that the vaccine is completely safe for pregnant women, and are in fact recommended to reduce the risk of influenza, which has been proven ...

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Potential Link Between Ibuprofen And Cardiac Arrest Found By Danish NSAID Study

Taking over-the-counter pain medications like ibuprofen may increase your risk of death from cardiac arrest. A new study from researchers in Denmark found a connection between nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) and fatal heart problems. According to the study author, Dr. Gunnar Gislason, “NSAIDs are not harmless.” The findings indicated a 31 percent increased threat of cardiac arrest for people taking ...

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Can Daylight Saving Time Clock Change Cause Depression? New Study Says There’s A Link

Daylight saving time clock changes and depression may sound like two completely different things, even as many people believe that the whole concept of springing forward and falling back is an unnecessary, and maybe even harmful one. Higher crime rates, higher risk of health events, and higher incidences of car accidents are all problems that have been linked with the ...

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Migraine Headaches And Mouth Bacteria: A Potential Link And What It Means [Video]

Migraine headaches are no jokes, sufferers know all about the debilitating pain and sensitivity to light and sound; now a new study suggests that the horrific head pain could be linked to bacteria in your mouth. Migraine headaches aren’t your average “brain pain,” they’re indicated by a horrible throbbing sensation that is akin to medieval torture, blurred vision and even ...

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Researchers Find Potential Link Between Air Pollution And Alzheimer’s Disease

Air pollution may be contributing to the onset of Alzheimer’s disease, especially for people living in cities. A new study found tiny magnetic particles from air pollution can enter the human brain and increase the production of free radicals. Scientists believe there is a distinct possibility these free radicals could accelerate certain brain diseases like Alzheimer’s. After analyzing the brain ...

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Cannes bans burkinis over suspected link with Islamic terrorism

The mayor of Cannes in southern France has banned full-body swimsuits known as “burkinis” from the beach, citing public order concerns. David Lisnard said they display religious affiliation “ostentatiously” and might spark scuffles, as France is the target of Islamist attacks. France is on high alert following a series of incidents including July’s truck attack in nearby Nice. Anyone caught ...

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Is There A Alcohol-Cancer Link? Study Suggests Evidence Is ‘Strong’

According to Mashable, seven different types of cancer have been linked to alcohol consumption. In fact, a new study confirms the alcohol-cancer link is so strong the cancer risks of drinking alcohol outweigh any health benefits. Located in the commentary section of a journal Addiction called “For Debate,” is where you can find a New Zealand researcher who is warning ...

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'28 Pages': Newly released 9/11 documents find no official Saudi link

Congress has released previously classified documents about whether the Saudi government had a role in the 9/11 attacks. The pages show no officials links between the Saudi government and the hijackers who killed nearly 3,000 people in New York. However, the report found it was likely that the attackers had financial help from people inside the kingdom. An independent panel ...

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Weight Loss Study From Harvard Reveals Link Between Trauma, Food Addiction

For the millions of Americans who are struggling with weight loss, particularly the chronically obese, the next pill or medical procedure may seem to be the answer to losing weight. Excess pounds can affect a person’s health as well as self-esteem. Looking for the right answers to lose those pounds for good can be difficult, too, because there’s so much ...

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Orlando shootings: 'No clear evidence' of IS link

There is no clear evidence that the Orlando gunman was directed by the so-called Islamic State group (IS), US President Barack Obama has said. But the inquiry into the attack on the Pulse gay night club, in which 49 people were killed, is being treated as a terrorist investigation, he added. The FBI’s director said the gunman was radicalised through ...

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