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How safe are e-cigarettes? The debate continues
As more people use e-cigarettes, debates about their safety continue. For now, NHS England and Scotland conclude that smoking tobacco does more harm.
Ultraprocessed foods may increase death risk
Though scientists have already linked ultraprocessed foods to various health conditions, a new study assesses whether they also increase mortality risk.
Does drinking beer before wine ease the hangover?
Will drinking beer before wine really make you feel fine the next day? New research investigates the truth behind this widely held belief.
Are we facing a Parkinson's pandemic?
The authors of a recent article are suggesting that the gradual rise in Parkinson's is a pandemic. They ask why this is occurring and what can be done.
Cardiovascular deaths on the rise in the US
According to data from the American Heart Association (AHA), more and more adults in the United States are dying from cardiovascular conditions.
Dementia: The worrying 'rise of pseudomedicine'
In a recent article, a team of neurologists attacks an ongoing increase in pseudomedicine that claims to protect brain health and treat dementia.
Are tattoos linked to poor health and risky behavior?
As tattoos become increasingly popular, a new study examines the relationship between body art, physical and mental health, and risky behavior.
Why sleep is the best painkiller
New research reveals the effects of sleep deprivation on the brain's pain-processing mechanisms: Sleep loss may inhibit the brain's ability to kill pain.
Melanoma mortality rates vary across the country
A recent study examines melanoma mortality across the United States. The researchers identify large differences between states. Why could this be?
Flossing could increase exposure to toxic chemicals
According to a recent study, flossing is just one common behavior that could put people at risk of exposure to certain chemicals linked to disease.
7 simple steps for heart health also prevent diabetes
The guidelines that the American Heart Association (AHA) issued for maintaining cardiovascular health may also reduce the risk of diabetes.
Safer sleeping pills keep brain alert to danger
Most currently available sleeping pills are so strong that the people who take them could sleep through the sound of a very loud fire alarm.
Is borax safe to use?
Borax is a common ingredient in household products. Some people use borax to make slime for children to play with, but is it safe? Learn about the risks in this article.
Study reveals how much fiber we should eat to prevent disease
A meta-analysis of observational studies and clinical trials reveals the ideal amount of dietary fiber that we should consume each day.
Does this common food additive stop us exercising?
New research, conducted in both mice and humans, finds a strong link between the consumption of phosphate and reduced levels of physical activity.
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