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Exposure to air pollution might up your risk of multiple long-term health conditions

A large study of 364,000 adults has found that those living in areas with high air pollution are more likely to have multiple long-term health conditions
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Drinking alcohol during pregnancy? It can harm your baby’s brain development

Consuming even in low to moderate amounts of alcohol during pregnancy can change the baby’s brain structure and delay brain development, a new study has found
Woman with yoga mat | Concept for exercise mitigates fatigue post breast cancer treatment

Exercise helps mitigate fatigue post breast cancer treatment

Exercise can help mitigate cancer-related fatigue and decreased quality of life in breast cancer patients post radiotherapy
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Workplace bullying may cause victims to develop conspiracy theories

New research shows link between workplace bullying and conspiracy theories
Strict parenting | Mother scolding son

Strict parenting increases risk of depression in later life

Children who perceive their parents as harsh have an increased risk for depression in adolescence and later life
Father and newborn | New dads concept

New dads experience changes in their brains

A new USC study reveals that the brains of new dads experience measurable changes after their babies arrive
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Even asexual individuals can forge successful romantic relationships: New Study

The ingredients that make for a successful romantic relationship are virtually the same among asexual and non-asexual individuals, a new study has found
Melanie R. Rutkowski, PhD, of UVA Cancer Center and the University of Virginia School of Medicine, studies how gut health affects breast cancer and its spread.

Poor gut health may cause breast cancer to spread

Poor gut health may play a role in spreading breast cancer to other parts of the body, says new research
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Overexposure to screens may hasten puberty arrival

Minimise your children's exposure to light emitting devices, the study seems to suggest
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Diabetic? These 7 habits could lower your risk of dementia

Sound sleep, social contact, an active lifestyle and healthy diet are among the lifestyle habits that could help contain the risk of dementia in diabetics