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Medical News Today: Is licorice intake during pregnancy linked to ADHD in offspring?

Researchers have associated high licorice intake in pregnancy with the development of poorer memory and ADHD-like behaviors in offspring.
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Medical News Today: Hunger ‘not linked to calorie intake’

A review of more than 460 studies finds that there is no solid link between how hungry we feel and the amount of calories we consume.
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Medical News Today: Celiac disease: Season, region of birth linked with increased risk in children

Season and region of birth may be associated with an increased risk of celiac disease in children before the age of 15, study finds.
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Medical News Today: Alzheimer’s linked to loss of Y chromosome in men

Breaking research shows that men whose blood cells have lost their Y chromosomes have increased Alzheimer’s risk. Could this explain why men die younger?
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Medical News Today: Obesity no longer linked to higher risk of death

Research on over 100,000 individuals finds the 30 percent increased risk of death associated with obesity, compared with normal weight, that was present 40 years ago has vanished.
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Medical News Today: Low amino acids in diet linked to stunted growth in children

Worldwide, 25% of children experience stunted growth and related problems. This could be caused by a lack of amino acids and other nutrients, suggesting a need for more protein.
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Medical News Today: Rising pollution levels linked to increased strokes

New research presented at the American Stroke Association’s Conference this week shows a link between higher pollution levels and a higher number of strokes.
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Medical News Today: Air pollution linked to facial liver spots

Exposure to air pollution appears to increase the chance of lentigenes, also known as liver spots, with nitrogen dioxide playing a slightly greater role than particulate matter.
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Medical News Today: Bipolar disorder linked to inherited differences in sleep patterns

Bipolar disorder has long been known to have associations with altered sleeping patterns. New research finds the strongest links to date.
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Medical News Today: Pesticide exposure during teens linked to later-life sperm abnormalities

Researchers find that men who were exposed to the pesticides DDT and PCBs – known as organochlorines – during adolescence had greater sperm abnormalities later in life.
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