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Medical News Today: Our ‘attachment style’ reflected in Facebook use, study finds

Attachment style is thought to play a role in one-to-one relationships. Now, a new study suggests that it also applies to social networks such as Facebook.
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Medical News Today: Why does dieting not work? Study sheds light

A new mouse study finds a neuroscientific explanation for why limiting the amount of food we eat may have no effect on our weight.
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Medical News Today: Knee osteoarthritis: Steroid injections offer no benefit, study suggests

Corticosteroid injections do not ease pain for patients with knee osteoarthritis and may even lead to greater loss of cartilage, new research suggests.
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Medical News Today: Can wine protect your neurons? Study investigates

New research examines the effects of wine compounds on neuronal health, and finds that the gut metabolites of wine may prevent neurons from dying.
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Medical News Today: Why might coffee drinkers live longer? Study sheds light

A new study finds that caffeine counters an inflammatory process linked to poor heart health in later life, explaining why coffee drinkers may live longer.
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Medical News Today: ‘Uncombable hair’ genes uncovered in new study

‘Uncombable hair syndrome’ is a disorder characterized by dry, frizzy, untamable hair. In a new study, researchers have uncovered a possible genetic cause.
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Medical News Today: Women do have better memories than men, says study

Women have better memories than men throughout life, even though their ability to recall dips at menopause. This study links memory function with hormones.
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Medical News Today: ‘Only drink water when thirsty,’ study suggests

Researchers have discovered a swallowing mechanism that makes drinking excess water difficult, suggesting we should only drink when we are thirsty.
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Medical News Today: Cancer not mainly down to ‘bad luck,’ finds stem cell study

A 2015 study claimed most cancer cases are down to random DNA mutations accumulated over time, but new research suggests this is not the case.
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Medical News Today: Moderate drinking: Heart health benefits challenged in new study

Moderate alcohol intake has been hailed as beneficial for heart health, but a new study finds it could raise the risk of atrial fibrillation.
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