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New Study: Lonely Older Adults More Likely To Develop This Disease

A research of older adults finds that people who are lonely are more likely to develop type 2 diabetes. In the study, the researchers conducted a longitudinal observational population study with data on 4,112 diabetes-free (mean age 65.02 ± 9.05) participants from

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Unpopular Children More Likely To Develop Heart Disease Later In Life, Study Warns

Children who are not very popular with their classmates are more likely to suffer heart and blood vessel disease in later life, research suggests. A new study found that boys who suffered low status among their peers at age 13

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Does Wearing Glasses Up Your Chances Against COVID-19? Find Out Here

From regularly washing your hands to wearing a face mask, there are several things you can do to reduce your risk of coronavirus. Now, a new study claims that wearing glasses can also lower your risk of Covid-19. Researchers from

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New Study Shows The Number One Thing That Makes A Relationship Successful

It’s simply a fact of life that not all relationships last forever. Some flourish while others wilt. But it’s not just a matter of luck that makes some relationships more successful than others. Recently, scientists set out to explain why some

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Read This If You’d Like For Your Husband To Help More With Household Chores

Women’s relationship satisfaction depends on equal household duties, while men’s depends on partner’s communication. This is no secret because we know that many women grumble and secretly resent their partners for not helping enough or at all with home chores.

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Researchers Announce Another Major Breakthrough In Effective Prevention & Treatment Of COVID-19 | Details

An antibody that could be effective in neutralising the dreaded coronavirus pandemic has been found by researchers at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine (UPMC). Scientists isolated “the smallest biological molecule” that “completely and specifically neutralizes” SARS-CoV-2, which causes

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Do You Know That Thick Thighs May Actually Save Lives? Find Out More

Obesity or excess body weight is usually seen as a negative from a health standpoint. After all, obesity is the fifth leading risk for global death, the European Association for the Study of Obesity (EASO) says. However, a little extra weight in

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Air Pollution Linked To Pre-term Birth & Low Birth Weight -New Studies Confirm

Air pollution is the presence of substances in the atmosphere that are harmful to the health of humans and other living beings. Air pollution, according to reports, kills an estimated seven million people worldwide every year. A Consultant Physician at

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New Study Finds That Drinking This Twice A Day Could Spike Your Blood Pressure

Most people look forward to that end-of-day beer, cocktail, or glass of wine or whiskey, especially after a long day of work. However, when that single drink regularly turns into two or three, you can put yourself at a higher

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New Study Finds That This Popular Food Can Carry The Dreaded Coronavirus For Up To A Week 

While the CDC and the FDA have been consistently firm in their stance that foodborne transmission of coronavirus is virtually nonexistent, there may be some new evidence to the contrary.After finding traces of the virus on several imported foods and their packaging,

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Children Who Speak More Than One Language Have This One Advantage Over Those Who Don’t- Study

Children and adolescents who speak more than one language may reach adulthood with a better brain structure, according to a new study. In a paper published in Brain Structure and Function, an international team of academics led by the University

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See A Number Of Factors That May Predispose A Child To Asthma Risks According To A New Study

Children exposed to higher levels of fine particles in the air (known as PM2.5) are more likely to develop asthma and persistent wheezing than children who are not exposed, finds a new study published by the British Medical Journal BMJ

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How Your Child’s Perception Of You Determines Whether Or Not They Will Cyberbully Others

Adolescents who perceive their parents to be loving and supportive are less likely to engage in cyberbullying, according to a new study by researchers at New York University. The findings, published in the International Journal of Bullying Prevention, are especially

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This Common Habit May Be The Reason Behind Your Weight Gain

Eating at night can bring about all kinds of unwanted side effects. But besides causing indigestion and insomnia, late-night snacking can adversely affect your weight loss efforts, too. According to a new study from Ulster University in Northern Ireland, eating

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Study Explains How Consumption Of Peas Impact Heart Health

It is a no-brainer that nutrition plays a pivotal role in health. At one end of the spectrum, it is common knowledge that eating a diet that is high in sugar, salt, and fat increases the risk of poorer health

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New Research: Half A Glass Of Wine A Day Linked To Obesity

You may not think a small glass of wine could help cause you to pile on the pounds, but new research has linked less than one alcoholic drink a day to obesity. Scientists from the National Medical Center in Seoul

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Breakthrough As Researchers Discover A Potent Compound That Kills Aggressive Breast Cancer Cells

A potent compound extracted from the venom of honeybees can quickly destroy 100 per cent of aggressive breast cancer cells with minimal harm to normal cells, Australian researchers have revealed. Lead researcher, Dr. Ciara Duffy from the Harry Perkins Institute

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Adults: Physician Points Out These Surprising Health Benefits Of Taking An Afternoon Nap

It’s easy to confuse napping with laziness, but the two concepts just don’t belong in the same sentence. In fact, a well-crafted afternoon nap can bolster your health and happiness faster than you might imagine. The benefits of napping reach

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Study Explains The Link Between Caffeine and Negative Pregnancy Outcomes For Pregnant & TTC Mums

Women who are pregnant or trying to conceive should be advised to avoid caffeine because the evidence suggests that maternal caffeine consumption is associated with negative pregnancy outcomes and that there is no safe level of consumption, finds an analysis

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NAFDAC Shares Optimistic News On Early Treatment Of The Deadly Coronavirus

The Director-General, National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control, Prof. Mojisola Adeyeye, says research has shown that chloroquine is effective for the treatment of COVID-19 at the early stage of infection. She disclosed this during a virtual news

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Children May Get Higher COVID-19 Viral Load More Than Previously Thought –New Study

A study of paediatric COVID-19 patients has found that children have a higher viral load than hospitalised adults and may contribute to the spread of the deadly virus more than previously thought. According to medicalnewstoday.com, scientists from Massachusets General Hospital in Boston,

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Exercise & COVID-19 Can Be A Dangerous Combination -New Evidence Reveals | Trey Richardson & Wife’s Story

Exercise is still very important for your health. Not only does moderate, regular activity keep your immune system strong, but it also helps prevent the underlying conditions that might increase your risk of more severe coronavirus complications such as obesity, high blood pressure, and

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Here’s Your Strongest Protective Factor Against Depression According To Experts

Researchers have identified a set of modifiable factors from a field of over 100 that could represent valuable targets for preventing depression in adults. The team named social connection as the strongest protective factor for depression, and suggested that reducing

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Stem Cell Treatment Offers New Hope For Diabetes Patients

A new technique that grows insulin-producing cells and can protect them from immune attack after they are transplanted may offer new hope for treating some people with diabetes. In type-1 diabetes, according to reports, the body turns on itself and

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COVID-19 Prevention For Air Travellers Raises Hope -Study

A study conducted in Germany on coronavirus transmission on flights has raised hopes of COVID-19 prevention for some passengers. Wearing masks to prevent the spread of the coronavirus was not widespread in March when a group of German tourists took

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