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Monthly Archives: December 2013

Stop smoking ads show damage to brain

A new anti-smoking campaign launched in the closing days of 2013 by Public Health England (PHE) includes TV adverts that show in graphic detail the harmful effects of smoking on the brain, heart and lungs.
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Reading a novel triggers lasting changes in the brain

Lovers of literature can rejoice: a new study combines the humanities and neuroscience to take a look at what effects reading a novel can have on the brain. Researchers say exploring a book can not only change your perspective, but also it can change your mind – at least for a few days.
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Toxoplasmosis parasite: clues to symptom inconsistency

Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology say they have discovered clues as to why a malaria-related parasite, called toxoplasma gondii, can cause blindness in some people but not in others. This is according to a study published in PLOS Pathogens.Toxoplasma gondii is a single-celled parasite that causes a disease known as toxoplasmosis.
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A tomato-rich diet may reduce breast cancer risk, study shows

It has long been known that postmenopausal women are at a higher risk of developing breast cancer. But now, new research suggests that adopting a diet rich in tomatoes may reduce this risk. This is according to a study published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism.According to the National Cancer Institute, women in the US have a 12.
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Moderate alcohol consumption ‘boosts immune system’

Many of us enjoy a drink or two to celebrate the festive season. And now, researchers say the odd glass of wine with dinner may actually benefit our health – as new research suggests it can boost the immune system and improve its response to vaccination.This is according to findings published in the journal Vaccine.
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Stress-sensitivity gene linked to heart attacks, death

New research finds that a gene change already linked to stress is also tied to a 38% higher risk of heart attack or death in people with heart disease.Researchers from the Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC, suggest the finding explains the biology behind why some people may be more susceptible to cardiovascular disease and death.
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First device to treat migraine wins FDA approval

The Cerena Transcranial Magnetic Stimulator, the first medical device for the treatment of migraine headaches preceded with aura, has won regulatory approval in the United States.
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Kids’ movies guilty of mixed messages about eating habits

There is an uncomfortable truth about kids’ movies. For all their shiny cartoon cuteness, catchy tunes and lovable characters, they are sending mixed messages to the very youngsters they seek to entertain, say researchers from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
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FDA to phase out non-therapeutic use of antibiotics in food animals

In a bid to stem the growing problem of antibiotic resistance in humans, the US Food and Drug Administration has announced it is taking steps to phase out non-medicinal use of antibiotics in animals used for food production.
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Contact lenses can deliver glaucoma drugs for a month

Scientists from Massachusetts have created a contact lens that will deliver controlled amounts of medicine directly into the eyes of glaucoma patients continuously for up to a month.
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