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Healthy Diet from Infancy Prevents Obesity and Chronic Disease, Study

Aug 07, 2014 AM EDT Adopting a healthy diet from infancy helps prevent childhood obesity and onset of chronic disease, according to a new study by the Queensland University of Technology.

Exeter Researcher Develops Device to Detect Fatal Lung Disease

Jul 29, 2014 AM EDT Professor Chris Thornton, a University of Exeter researcher, has developed an inexpensive and accurate device for diagnosing a deadly lung disease that frequently attacks immune deficient individuals ...

Anti-Inflammatory Drug Effective against Some Parkinson’s Disease Symptoms, Study

Jul 28, 2014 AM EDT An anti-inflammatory drug can be used to treat some of the symptoms of Parkinson's disease, according to a new study by the Emory University School of Medicine.

Childhood Sexual Abuse Increases Risk of Developing Cardiovascular Diseases in Women, Study

Jul 19, 2014 AM EDT Adults who were sexually abused as children face a heightened risk of developing cardiovascular diseases, according to a University of Pittsburgh study.

Fast Diet Weakens Immune System and Ability to Fight Disease, Study

Jul 19, 2014 AM EDT “Intermittent Fasting or 5:2 diet” affects the nervous system and increases people’s vulnerability to infection, according to a University of Bath study.

London Researchers Discover Proteins in Blood to Help Predict Onset of Alzheimer’s

Jul 09, 2014 AM EDT King's College of London researchers have identified a combination of 10 proteins in the blood that can help predict the onset of Alzheimer's disease.

Fear of Developing Skin Cancer Induces People to Use Sunscreen Lotions More Often, Study

Jul 03, 2014 AM EDT Fear of developing skin cancer drives people to use sunscreen lotions frequently, according to a new study by the University at Buffalo.

Researchers Discover Brain Region Responsible For Hangovers

Jul 01, 2014 AM EDT University of Utah researchers have discovered the area of the brain responsible for hangovers.

Women with Four or More Children Are More Likely To Suffer From Heart Disease

Jun 24, 2014 AM EDT Women, who have given birth to four or more children, are nearly twice at a risk of developing a heart disease, according to a University of Texas study.

Lower Smoking and Drinking Rates Found Among American Teens: CDC Report

Jun 14, 2014 AM EDT A latest report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has found smoking and drinking rates have drastically dropped among American teens.

Stiff Arteries are the Culprit Behind High Blood Pressure

May 28, 2014 AM EDT Norwegian University researchers have finally identified the culprit behind high blood pressure - stiff arteries.

Just Two Minutes of Intense Exercise Twice a Week Prevents Diabetes, Study

May 27, 2014 AM EDT Engaging in two sessions of High-Intensity Training (HIT) every week helps prevent type 2 diabetes, according to an Abertay University study.

Low-Carb Vegan Diet Helps Lower Weight and Heart Disease Risk

May 24, 2014 AM EDT Eco-Atkins, a low-carb vegan diet, helps to lower weight and risk of heart disease, according to a St. Michael Hospital study.

Walking Benefits Kidney Disease Patients, Study

May 16, 2014 AM EDT Chinese researchers have discovered benefits of physical activity in kidney disease patients.

Vitamin D Slows Progression of Multiple Sclerosis, Study

Jan 27, 2014 AM EST In a new study by Harvard University, researchers say Vitamin D can halt the progression of multiple sclerosis (MS). The experts assert that rectifying vitamin D deficiency is important during the ...

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