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What to Know About Low-Carb Diets and Weight Loss

A new study suggests that low carbohydrate diets can help people maintain free weight and even drop extra pounds, adding to the confusion about the health benefits – or detriments – of carbohydrates. For the study, which was published in The BMJ the researchers placed 234 overweight adults with a 10-week weight loss diet. More than half of them successfully …

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19-year-old dies after inhaling deodorant spray to get high

At 19 he died after inhaling the spray deodorant to become tall, according to a new clinical case, and the doctors who treated the man in the Netherlands are using the case to highlight the fatal consequences of the disease. inhalation of chemicals. These cases are "very rare", according to Dr. Kelvin Harvey Kramp of the Intensive Care Unit of …

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Progress in genetic testing of embryos stokes fears of designer babies

Human embryo. Credit: Ed Uthman, MD / Wikipedia Recent announcements by two biotechnology companies have fueled the fear that design children can soon become an option for those who can afford to choose and choose which characteristics they want for their offspring. The companies, MyOme and Genomic Prediction, have worked on technology that they hope to sell to fertility clinics, …

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Tea or coffee? The answer might be genetic

In a new research examining how genetic factors determine taste, scientists now believe they know why some humans prefer coffee while others opt for tea. An article published this week in the journal Nature Scientific Reports found that genetically predisposed people love bitter tastes typically choose coffee due to its higher content of caffeine tart. But, especially for tea drinkers …

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But Too Much Caffeine May Be Harmful

According to a study by Northwestern-University researchers based in the United States and the Berghofer QIMR Medical Research Institute in Australia, the passion for tea or coffee lies in our genetic predisposition towards bitter tastes. It could be because the bitter acts as a natural alarm system to protect us from harmful substances. The study published in the journal Scientific …

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Teenager dies after inhaling deodorant spray to get high

(CNN) – A 19-year-old man died after inhaling the deodorant spray to get up, according to a new case report, and the doctors who treated the victim in the Netherlands are using the case to highlight the fatal consequences of inhalation of chemicals. These cases are "very rare", according to Dr. Kelvin Harvey Kramp of the Intensive Care Unit of …

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We need to talk about middle class drinkers

The middle classes are full of hidden drinkers who are putting themselves at risk and richer individuals are more likely to drink during the week than their less well-off counterparts. MARY NAYLOR reports. SEVEN pints a week might not sound like much, but it is the maximum that the Chief Medical Officer recommends. Ideally, you would not drink at all …

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Pancreatic cancer: Are you at risk of the deadliest common cancer?

Three quarters of people with pancreatic cancer will die within a year of diagnosis, according to Pancreatic Cancer UK. This makes it the most deadly cancer in the United Kingdom. Although there is no specific cause of cancer in the pancreas, some things can increase the risk of developing it. Cancer research advises some of the risk factors associated with …

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Ocean County measles outbreak: 12th case reported

New Jersey state health officials identified a twelfth confirmed measles case in Ocean County. IMage / Omnedon via wikimedia commons This individual may have exposed others to the infection while in Ocean County between 6 November and 9 November. Anyone who has visited the following places may have been exposed to measles: Fountain Ballroom, 725 Vassar Ave, Lakewood, NJ 08701 …

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