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Monthly Archives: May 2014

Medical News Today: New forensic tool detects ethnicity and gender in single hair

Scientists in Canada are developing a new forensic test that combines spectroscopy and statistical analysis to determine gender and ethnicity from a single thread of hair.
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Medical News Today: Mental illness threat to life expectancy similar to heavy smoking

An analysis of mental illness reviews, covering over 1.7 million individuals, finds the conditions can reduce life expectancy by up to 20 years – on par with heavy smoking.
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Medical News Today: Vitamin E-rich oils linked to lung inflammation

A new study has found a link between a form of vitamin E – called gamma-tocopherol – found in canola, soybean and corn oil and the rising incidence of lung inflammation and asthma.
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Medical News Today: Paleolithic diet ‘does not suppress hunger,’ study suggests

Research led by Imperial College London in the UK suggests that, contrary to popular belief, the ‘paleolithic diet’ – high in plant-based foods – does not suppress appetite.
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Medical News Today: ‘E-cigarettes help smokers quit,’ new study says

In the midst of increasing e-cigarette popularity, a new study finds that smokers who use e-cigarettes to quit are 60% more likely to succeed than if they use willpower or NRTs.
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Medical News Today: Dogs ‘sniff out prostate cancer with 98% accuracy,’ study finds

New research finds that two highly trained dogs were able to detect prostate cancer in human urine samples with up to 98% accuracy, opening the doors for a new screening method.
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Medical News Today: Having a sense of purpose in life may increase lifespan

A new study from researchers in the US and Canada suggests that having a sense of purpose in life may increase lifespan, regardless of what age that purpose is found.
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Medical News Today: Drugs to treat alcohol use disorders ‘effective,’ but why are they not widely prescribed?

Less than 10% of people with an alcohol use disorder receive medications, but a new review of the available evidence suggests they are an effective treatment option.
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Medical News Today: Toothpaste, sunscreen chemicals ‘interfere with sperm function’

For the first time, a team of researchers has shown a direct link between exposure to endocrine-disrupting chemicals from industrial products and adverse effects on sperm function.
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Medical News Today: Starting exercise at 40 ‘has same heart benefits as earlier training’

The age of 40 may not be too late to begin exercising. Researchers found that starting exercise at this age poses the same heart benefits as it would if started at an earlier age.
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