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Health

Risk factors for heartburn: excess weight, smoking
Risk factors for heartburn: excess weight, smoking
GERD can also eventually lead to precancerous changes in the esophagus.
Altering brain’s food sense may achieve healthy ageing
Altering brain’s food sense may achieve healthy ageing
The study led by Kristopher Burkewitz and senior author William Mair focused on a molecule called “AMP-activated protein kinase” (AMPK).
A bionic hand in many ways as good as a graft
A bionic hand in many ways as good as a graft
Mind-controlled appendages less risky than a donor hand transplant
More sleep may put you at higher stroke risk
More sleep may put you at higher stroke risk
The relationship between long sleep and stroke stayed the same after researchers accounted for factors such as high cholesterol, high blood pressure, body mass index and physical activity.
Garlic may help fight against lung infections
Garlic may help fight against lung infections
The chemical - known as allicin - could be an effective treatment against a group of infectious bacteria that is highly resistant to most antibiotics.
Wisdom teeth may help treat eye disease
Wisdom teeth may help treat eye disease
“Stem cells from the dental pulp of wisdom teeth can be coaxed to turn into cells of the eye’s cornea and could one day be used to treat corneal blindness,” said the researchers.
Eating peanuts early could prevent allergy in infants: Study
Eating peanuts early could prevent allergy in infants: Study
Expert urged parents of babies and young children with eczema or egg allergies to consult with their pediatrician about the possibility of trying to introduce peanuts into their children’s diet.
Do you eat late at night? You could be damaging your brain
Do you eat late at night? You could be damaging your brain
The modern lifestyle of working long hours does not allow the body's need to stick with a specific schedule to remain healthy.
More frequent meals linked to healthier eating
More frequent meals linked to healthier eating
People eating fewer meals tended to eat the most at night, which might contribute to their higher body mass index .
Brain goes silent when we talk loud, says study
Brain goes silent when we talk loud, says study
Scientists at the University of California Berkeley and Johns Hopkins University in Maryland says Broca's area actually switches off when we talk out loud.
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