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Study reveals danger of 'Covid-19 embarrassment'

Coronavirus 'shame' has stopped people reporting symptoms or even properly social distancing, a new report has warned. Researchers from the University of Kent and Leeds Beckett University said there was a link between …

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Breakfast timing could affect your odds for diabetes

Eating in the early morning hours is associated with lower insulin resistance and lower risk of type 2 diabetes, according to a study to be presented at ENDO 2021, a virtual conference from The Endocrine Society held March 20-23. …

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New study reveals when earth to run out of oxygen

All oxygen on Earth may disappear in the next one billion years, potentially resulting in the death of all animals and plants on the planet, a new study published in Nature Geoscience reveals. According to the findings, the …

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Stress reduction as path to eating less fast food

Overweight low-income mothers of young kids ate fewer fast-food meals and high-fat snacks after participating in a study - not because researchers told them what not to eat, but because the lifestyle intervention being evaluated helped lower the …

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U.K. coronavirus variant likely 30-70% deadlier

Evidence continues to grow that the U.K. coronavirus variant is likely more lethal, and leads to more hospitalizations and cases compared to wild-type strains of the virus, based on data released on a British government website. …

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Apples stimulate production of new brain cells

Natural compounds found in apples can improve brain function, according to a new study from the International Society for Stem Cell Research. Using a mouse model, the experts demonstrated that apples and other fruits help stimulate …

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Bill Gates predicts next two disasters facing mankind

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates has warned the world about the next disaster. Gates said bioterrorism and climate change could be the next biggest threats to humanity. Gates had issued a warning about a deadly virus claiming millions of …

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