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Gene linked to migraines helped humans adapt to colder climates

According to new research, a common genetic variant associated with migraine may have helped humans adapt to the cold when they moved to the northern climes. Migraines are more common among people of European descent than those of African descent. Although it was not understood why, scientists believed it was related to both the environment and genetics. In a new …

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Measles is back with a vengeance

And the most rational and casual parent fears the first vaccinations of their child. I had no doubts about the benefits of immunization for my daughter's future health of a year, yet on our first date, the scream that made when the needle entered her little, plump thigh made me cry (who then put away the nurse However, the alarming …

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Tea room bidding to help stroke survivors in Make May Purple

A CAFE from Abergavenny is helping to raise awareness about shots and offering support to survivors. Emmeline's Tea Room on Baker Street has become home to one of the Stroke's aphasia cafes and participates in the Make May Purple awareness campaign of the charity. Stroke can sometimes cause difficulties with speech and language – a condition known as aphasia. This …

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Sepsis from nail-biting hospitalizes U.K. man

Luke Hanoman, 28, knew that biting his nails was a bad habit, but he never realized he could kill him. "It was a nervous thing," he told The Mirror, the father of two from Southport, Great Britain. "And one day I bit the skin along the side of my nail It hurt a little but I did not think about …

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Fighting fit to beat cancer

She says that all people with cancer should try to do two to three resistance sessions a week (such as weights) and undertake at least 150 minutes of moderate aerobic exercise, or 75 minutes of vigorous aerobic exercise (such as walking, jogging, cycling or swimming). Although it will not be possible for everyone, the recommendations respond to scientific evidence demonstrating …

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Brain tumors on the rise in UK, raising cell phone concerns

The incidence rate of aggressive malignant brain tumors in England has more than doubled in recent decades and a new study questions what could be behind this increase. The rate of glioblastoma rose from 2.4 to 5.0 per 100,000 people in England between 1995 and 2015, according to the study, published in the Journal of Environmental and Public Health last …

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