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Breast cancer has a harder impact on younger women

Oct 26, 2015 AM EDT A new report by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare that examines the impact of breast cancer on young women reveals that breast cancer kills one woman a week.

WHO to reveal cancer risk of red meat

Oct 26, 2015 AM EDT The World Health Organization will soon provide guidelines on whether some meats should be put in the category of carcinogens

Surgery not the best solution for dislocated shoulder

Oct 25, 2015 AM EDT A new study suggests that surgery may not be the best solution for regular shoulder injuries.

Jupiter, Mars and Venus to form a triangle in the pre Halloween sky

Oct 25, 2015 AM EDT Three planets of the solar system Jupiter, Venus and Mars will form a triangle in the pre dawn sky in the east, for the last time till the year 2021.

White sharks spotted off the U.S coast

Oct 25, 2015 AM EDT A group of great white sharks was spotted off the U.S. coast, close enough to pose as a threat to the local population.

Hair growth can be restored by blocking enzymes in hair follicles

Oct 25, 2015 AM EDT A new study has revealed that blocking a group of enzymes in hair follicles may restore hair growth.

Lack of sleep increase risk for diabetes and heart disease

Oct 24, 2015 AM EDT A korean study suggests that people who get less than six hours of sleep a night may increase their risk factors for diabetes, heart disease and strokes.

Bacteria found in deep sea could help neutralize industrial carbon dioxide

Oct 23, 2015 AM EDT A deep sea bacteria found at the bottom of the ocean could neutralize industrial carbon dioxide in the Earth's atmosphere, a new study reveals.

Pig snouted turtle fossil found in Utah

Oct 23, 2015 AM EDT A fossil of a pig-snouted turtle was discovered in Utah recently

Mediterranean diet makes the aging brain healthier

Oct 22, 2015 AM EDT A new study suggests that following the Mediterranean diet can make the brain about five years younger.

Marijuana use doubles in 12 years

Oct 22, 2015 AM EDT According to research derived from two major surveys, the number of adults using marijuana has more than doubled in recent years.

Life on earth started nearly 4.1 billion years ago, says study

Oct 22, 2015 AM EDT A new research study by the geochemists at UCLA says that life existed on Earth nearly 4.1 billion years ago, 300 million years more than earlier suggested.

Earth-like planets yet to be born, says study

Oct 21, 2015 AM EDT A new study suggests that earth may have evolved early, therefore offering an explanation for our failure to find intelligent life elsewhere in space.

Hearts age differently for the two sexes

Oct 21, 2015 AM EDT A study published October 20 says that the heart ages differently for women and men.

Men with prostate cancer get no benefits from health supplements

Oct 20, 2015 AM EDT A new study suggests that the intake of supplements by men has no effect on the condition of the prostate cancer patients.

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