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A new research found that eating meat regularly is associated with a 60 percent increase in the risk of heart disease, while plant-based proteins have been found to benefit the organ. Titled "Patterns of plant and animal protein intake are...
FEMALE orgasm is thought to be difficult to achieve - but according to new research, it is as easy as a, b, c. A study from a team of scientists in the US have found that a combination of three...
Researchers at the University of Calgary have taken steps to minimize the impact on mice and rats used in their experiments. The university's Cumming School of Medicine is outfitted with a small MRI that researchers use as they test possible...
A new research says that pregnant women who drink from plastic bottles may be harming their children’s brain development. The study in mice provides an explanation for how exposure to the widely used chemical bisphenol A (BPA) during pregnancy, even...
A Mid-Michigan family is grieving the loss of a 13-year-old boy after they say a sinus infection traveled to his brain. Marquel Brumley's family says the eighth grader first started getting headaches and cold symptoms in February and he was...
Last month we were all horrified to hear about the story of 20-year-old Kaylee Muthart, a young America woman who gouged her own eyes out during a meth-induced hallucination to leave her blind. Now, Kaylee, from Anderson, South Carolina, has...
Infectious disease researchers have discovered a new method for effectively protecting against and treating Ebola infections. The study, performed in mice, used an adeno-associated virus (AAV) to deliver monoclonal antibody genes against Ebola. Similar viral vector treatments have been...
Researchers warn lack of iodine leaves 14% of newborns vulnerable to impaired mental development. A lack of iodine in pregnancy and early childhood puts nearly 19 million babies around the world at risk of permanent but preventable brain damage every...
Rabbit owners in the Nanaimo area are asked to take precautions after numerous dead feral rabbits were found on the campus of Vancouver Island University, and in the Rotary Bowl area. Three rabbits sent to the Animal Health Centre in...
keeping unhealthy lifestyle habits in check from teenage years may reduce the risk of obesity later in life, says new study. The study concluded that public health efforts focusing on obesity prevention must identify and correct poor behaviours that are...

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