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 E-cigarettes may damage blood vessels in same way as heart disease 14 Jun 7:08pm E-cigarettes may damage blood vessels in same way as heart disease
Researchers at the Boston University School of Medicine have discovered the chemicals used to produce flavours in e-cigarettes cause damage to heart cells in the same way heart disease does.
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 Junk foods high in both fat and carbs confuse the brain 14 Jun 7:07pm Junk foods high in both fat and carbs confuse the brain
Junk foods high in both fats and carbs have more dramatic effects on the brain than foods with just one or the other, causing cravings and over-eating, a new Yale University study suggests.
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 Social media and cell phones are so stressful that we now need MORE than 8 hours sleep, expert says 14 Jun 6:10pm Social media and cell phones are so stressful that we now need MORE than 8 hours sleep, expert says
Sleep experts are now urging people to get to bed early enough to get 8.5 hours of sleep - not eight - because modern humans need more rest to process the now-constant stream of information.
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 Botched patient has her face repaired after dog attack 14 Jun 5:10pm Botched patient has her face repaired after dog attack
US-based Karissa Weckesser, 24, who appeared on the reality TV show Botched, was playing with a dog at a friend's house when it launched at her and tore a chunk from her top lip.
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 Drop in US teens smoking, doing drugs and drinking milk 14 Jun 5:06pm Updated Drop in US teens smoking, doing drugs and drinking milk
Every year the CDC surveys lifestyle habits of 15,000 teens across the US. In 1991, more than half drank milk, had had sex, and drank alcohol. Now, those rates have dropped below 40 percent.
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 Your brain has a clock counting down the seconds until it’s time to go to sleep  14 Jun 3:30pm Your brain has a clock counting down the seconds until it’s time to go to sleep 
During the day, chemical tags gather on proteins that track the brains activity and trigger the feeling of sleepiness when it is time to rest, University of Texas Southwestern researchers found.
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 Prestigious medical journal admits it published FIVE flawed studies 14 Jun 3:00pm Updated Prestigious medical journal admits it published FIVE flawed studies
But instead of removing the flawed data from their archives completely, the Spanish researchers have reanalysed the data and dampened down its claims in the New England Journal of Medicine.
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 Junk foods high in both fat AND carbs confuse the brain - triggering an urge to over-eat  14 Jun 2:26pm Updated Junk foods high in both fat AND carbs confuse the brain - triggering an urge to over-eat 
Junk foods high in both fats and carbs have more dramatic effects on the brain than foods with just one or the other, causing cravings and over-eating, a new Yale University study suggests.
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 Famed Stanford prison experiment about power was based on lies 14 Jun 2:10pm Updated Famed Stanford prison experiment about power was based on lies
The revelations by New York-based Dr Ben Blum have sent scientists into uproar, with some calling for the experiment and its findings to be wiped from psychology textbooks worldwide.
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 The rise of the older stoners! 14 Jun 1:21pm The rise of the older stoners!
York University scientists searched for cannabis-related issues, such as dependency, in records from drug treatment centres across England and Wales to make the conclusion.
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 Beauty brands have transformed the industry to create products to eliminate waste in your routine 14 Jun 12:09pm Beauty brands have transformed the industry to create products to eliminate waste in your routine
Ethique is a New Zealand-based company and first launched in five years ago with the goal to eliminate plastic in its products. Lush has introduced bath bombs to raise awareness of plastic pollution.
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 As many at 1.6 million Americans may be allergic to red meat 14 Jun 11:43am As many at 1.6 million Americans may be allergic to red meat
A new small study from the University of Virginia Health System that scores of Americans have a sensitivity to red meat, causing more buildup of plaque in the arteries of the heart.
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 Eating lentils instead of rice or potatoes could lower blood sugar and help to prevent diabetes 14 Jun 11:37am Eating lentils instead of rice or potatoes could lower blood sugar and help to prevent diabetes
Researchers at the University of Guelph in Canada found people who swapped half a portion of rice or potato with lentils had lower blood sugar after their meal than those who didn't have lentils.
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 E-cigarettes may damage blood vessels in the same way as HEART DISEASE, study finds 14 Jun 11:26am Updated E-cigarettes may damage blood vessels in the same way as HEART DISEASE, study finds
Researchers at the Boston University School of Medicine have discovered the chemicals used to produce flavours in e-cigarettes cause damage to heart cells in the same way heart disease does.
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 Experts claim cartoon villains reinforce negative skin stereotypes 14 Jun 11:21am Updated Experts claim cartoon villains reinforce negative skin stereotypes
Researchers at the University of Texas say giving villains in animated movies skin issues such as wrinkles and moles is making people more self-conscious about their own skin problems.
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 ADHD drugs may fuel obesity in children 14 Jun 11:03am Updated ADHD drugs may fuel obesity in children
Taking antipsychotic drugs for aggression and ADHD led to rapid weight gain and insulin sensitivity in children, a new Washington University and Florida Atlantic University study found.
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 Online tool tells women trying to conceive how to improve the health of mother and baby 14 Jun 10:29am Updated Online tool tells women trying to conceive how to improve the health of mother and baby
Pregnancy health charity Tommy's has launched an online tool for women who are trying to get pregnant to check how they can improve their own health to maximise the chances of having a healthy baby.
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 Higher vitamin D levels cut colorectal cancer risk by 31% 14 Jun 10:26am Higher vitamin D levels cut colorectal cancer risk by 31%
The report, led by the Harvard, adds weight to a theory which had not been proven. Three quarters of Americans and a fifth of Brits are vitamin D deficient, and colorectal cancer rates are rising.
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 Teenage girls who binge drink have weaker bones for the rest of their lives, study finds  14 Jun 10:02am Updated Teenage girls who binge drink have weaker bones for the rest of their lives, study finds 
A new study from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, California, has found that teenage girls who binge drink have lower bone mass and never reach peak bone density.
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 Higher vitamin D levels cut colorectal cancer risk by 31%, major international study finds 14 Jun 10:00am Higher vitamin D levels cut colorectal cancer risk by 31%, major international study finds
The report, led by the Harvard, adds weight to a theory which had not been proven. Three quarters of Americans and a fifth of Brits are vitamin D deficient, and colorectal cancer rates are rising.
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 Major Scottish study warns thousands of adults in their 30s are frail 14 Jun 6:26am Updated Major Scottish study warns thousands of adults in their 30s are frail
The study, by researchers at Glasgow University and published in The Lancet Public Health, delved into data from 493,000 men and women between 37 and 73 years old.
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 Thousands of adults in their 30s are frail, major study warns 14 Jun 5:06am Thousands of adults in their 30s are frail, major study warns
The study, by researchers at Glasgow University and published in The Lancet Public Health, delved into data from 493,000 men and women between 37 and 73 years old.
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 Stroke survivor, 72, crossed a half marathon finish line after doctors said she would never walk 14 Jun 5:04am Updated Stroke survivor, 72, crossed a half marathon finish line after doctors said she would never walk
Elizabeth Barber, 72, from St Albans, Hertfordshire, was found slumped at the bottom of her stairs after suffering a life-changing stroke in August 2016. Left paralysed, doctors did not expect her to recover.
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