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Study Unravels Why Birth Control May Fail

Women who get pregnant while using birth control may carry a gene that breaks down the hormones common in contraceptives, according to researchers at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. The study’s lead author Aaron Lazorwitz, MD, assistant professor

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Why Eating Yoghurt Can Stop Bacteria That Causes Breast Cancer

One of the causes of breast cancer may be inflammation triggered by harmful bacteria, researchers suggest. Scientists advise consuming natural yogurt, which contains beneficial bacteria dampens inflammation. This is similar to the bacteria found in breastfeeding mothers. Their suggestion is

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New Study Shows The Link Between Red Meat Consumption And Risk Of Cardiovascular Disease Is ‘Robust’

A large study has linked red and processed meat with higher risk of heart disease and death. Eating two servings of red meat, processed meat or poultry — but not fish — per week was linked to a 3 to

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New Study Associates Consumption Of Milk To Significant Risk Of Breast Cancer In Women

According to a recent study, women who consume a very high quantity of milk may have an increased risk of developing breast cancer. Published in the International Journal of Epidemiology, the study found that even relatively moderate amounts of dairy

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Study Warns Against Eating Fried Chicken, Red Meat For This Reason

Whether or not red meat poses significant threat to heath and wellness has been subjected to various arguments but now, a large, carefully analyzed new study links red and processed meat consumption with higher risk of heart disease and death,

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Study Finds Fertility App, ‘Dot’ To Be As Effective As Other Family Planning Methods For Avoiding Unplanned Pregnancy

Imagine what amount of relief it would bring to actually have effective family planning without injections, insertions or drugs, and still have the same results, just by getting acquainted with an app on your phone? Scientists have figured out how.

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How Teachers’ Praise Can Boost Students Positive Behaviour By At Least 30% – Study

Some interesting reports have now emerged on how teachers can help students achieve a 30% positive behaviour boost through ‘praise’. Three years of data collected across three states in the United States, from 19 elementary schools and 151 classrooms, during

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What Is the Bigger Stressor Of A Woman? Their Husbands Or Children? See What This Study Revealed

What is the bigger stressor of a woman? Their children or their husbands? A survey of 7,000 mums by Today found on average they rate their levels of stress at a worryingly high 8.5 out of 10. 46 per cent

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Study Links Severe Morning Sickness To Higher Risk Of Autism

A new study claims that children whose mothers had hyperemesis gravidarum — a severe form of a morning sickness — during pregnancy were 53% more likely to be diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, according to Kaiser Permanente research published in

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How Stress During Pregnancy May Affect Baby’s Gender And Risk Of Preterm Birth- Study

A new study has identified markers of maternal stress, both physical and psychological — that may influence a baby’s sex and the likelihood of preterm birth. It’s becoming well established that maternal stress during pregnancy can affect fetal and child

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How Earning More Than 40% Of Household Income Causes Your Husband’s Stress Levels To Increase – Study

A new study has tied the economic power of a woman to her husband’s stress levels. While it seems that many men want their wives to earn, so they can assist with paying the bills, it seems, they do not

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Study Reveals How Measles Wipes Off Immunity Of Children Even After Treatment And What To Do To Restore A Child’s Health After

Measles is a highly contagious infectious disease caused by the measles virus. Symptoms usually develop 10–12 days after exposure to an infected person and last 7–10 days. A new study on how measles affects a child’s health has come up with

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Why Teens Who Have Affectionate Mothers Are Less Likely To Enter Into Abusive Relationships- Research

A mother’s warmth and acceptance toward her teenagers may help prevent those children from being in an abusive relationship later in life, even if her own marriage is contentious, according to a new University at Buffalo study. Previous research shows

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How Blue Light Can Dramatically Cause Aging And Shorten Lifespan- Study

New research at Oregon State University suggests that the blue wavelengths produced by light-emitting diodes damage cells in the brain as well as retinas. Prolonged exposure to blue light, such as that which emanates from your phone, computer and household

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How Anti-Social Behaviour And Violence In Men Can Be Predicted At Age 2-3 Plus How To Nip It In The Bud- Study

A very small group of boys grow up to become involved in persistent antisocial behavior and violent offending. Research has confirmed that there are reliable predictors of antisocial behavior in boys as early as the age of two or three.

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Children’s Risk Of Dying Before Age Five Varies- Local Study

A study mapping child deaths over two decades finds that the likelihood of a child reaching age five varies nearly four-fold among local government areas in Nigeria. The research shows that in Nigeria, 789,037 children died before their fifth birthdays

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The Importance Of Initiating Breastfeeding In Vulnerable Infants-Study

The benefits of breastfeeding for both mother and child are well-recognized, including for late preterm infants (LPI).  LPI’s are babies born between 34 and almost 37 weeks of pregnancy. A full-term pregnancy usually lasts about 40 weeks. Because LPI do

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Drinking Tea Improves Brain Health, Study Suggests

A recent study led by researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS) revealed that regular tea drinkers have better-organised brain regions and this is associated with healthy cognitive function compared to non-tea drinkers. The research team made this discovery

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Women Who Date Younger Men Have More Satisfying Relationships, Study Finds

According to a study conducted by sex psychologist, Dr Justin Lehmiller, women who date younger men have more satisfying relationships. Dr Lehmiller surveyed 200 heterosexual women in relationships about their relationships, including the age of their partners, and how satisfied they

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Happy Couples Are Able To Stay Married Because Of This One Thing They Do When They Argue- Study

It does not matter how happy your marriage is or how much you both love each other, conflicts are inevitable. Even the happiest couples argue but there’s a difference in how a happy couple argues and how it leads to

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New Study Explains How Motherhood Boosts Body Image For Women

Contrary to popular belief that women can become really insecure about their bodies postpartum, a new study has found that motherhood can bring about a boost in body image. The study, carried out by Professor Viren Swami of Anglia Ruskin

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Stress Management And New Sleep Habits Can Prevent Strokes- Study

A new study conducted by Swedish and British researchers sought to find a link between lack of sleep and strokes, coronary artery disease or heart failure and they came up with an interesting find. Sleeping problems otherwise called insomnia is

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New Study Explains How You Can Use Physical Fitness To Overcome Depression

Scientists in a recent study have said that physical fitness may help to prevent depression and anxiety. According to medicalnewstoday.com, common mental health problems, such as depression and anxiety, are a growing global issue as they reduce overall well-being and life

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Facebook and Instagram Are Damaging Children’s Mental Health Before Age 14- New Study

A new study has found that social media raises children’s risk of mental health problems by up to half.  The study of more than 10,000 children showed that checking various social media platforms weekly means the risk of suffering “psychological

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New Study Finds A Third Of Women Only Date Men For This Reason… Are You Guilty?

A new study has found women culpable for leading men on because of a most basic need. The research was conducted by Brian Collisson, Jennifer Howell, and Trista Harig of Azusa Pacific University and UC Merced, and published in the

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