Health And Wellness

China is Accused of Emitting Illegal Substances

A new study reveals the fact that there has been an increase in the discharge of illegal greenhouse gases that…

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Summer’s Back, And So Ticks Are – What To Do If You Are The Host

In summer, ticks, mosquitoes, and other unfriendly insects show up. Here are some tips to face it and enjoy the…

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Cancer Treatment Boosts Body’s Potential To Fight Discovered By Ottawa Teen

Compassion proved many times to be the motor that powers the most brilliant inventions of humankind. This is also the…

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Is “The Eating Healthy Disorder” The New OCD?

Orthorexia Nervosa is a disorder that rejects unhealthy or impure foods, discovered 22 years ago. The aim is to have…

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Spot Brain Swelling Disease Before It’s Too Late

Early diagnosis is essential in slowing down the progression of the diabetes of type 1 in children. Unfortunately, the early…

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Dementia Prevention With WHO New Guidelines

On Tuesday, The World Health Organization (WHO) has released new guidelines. In an attempt to minimize the dementia risks globally,…

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Nature Treats Heartburn And Reflux With Licorice

Licorice is the miracle herb with a long-standing reputation in traditional Chinese medicine. The fast effects makes it an excellent…

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Anti-vaccination Messages From People Misinformed on Social Media Turn Into Doctors Being Threatened In Person

Doctors and family physicians now worry that the anti-vaccination groups have gone from spreading misinformation on social media to threatening…

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Video game created to identify symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease is doing extremely well

A video game developed by Germany’s Deutsche Telekom, partnering with game studio Glitchers and numerous European universities, named Sea Hero…

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New Discovery about the Nervous System Regeneration Is Being Unlocked

Scientists want to answer an essential question about the regeneration of specific anatomical structures. For this purpose, they have conducted…

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