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Dietary Restriction: HGH Can Block Weight Loss

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Thanks to the receptors in the brain, the growth hormones, which are naturally present in the human body, prevent the body from spending too much energy during a dietary restriction. Why is it so difficult to maintain weight loss after a diet? Researchers at the...

A Higher Risk of Stroke for Vegetarians and Vegans

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According to a new British study, vegans and vegetarians have a higher risk of stroke. On the other hand, meat consumers are more likely to develop cardiovascular disease. In recent years, the carnivorous diet has been looked down upon by many vegetarians. Eating animals increases...

A Cream That Make Wrinkles Disappear Designed by MIT Researchers

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It’s an invention that should surprise the anti-wrinkle cream users. American scientists at the famous MIT General Hospital in Boston developed a cream called “revolutionary”. It can make wrinkles disappear and give a “second skin” effect. The product, which is applied in a layer...

Exercises Make You Happier Than Money

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People who play sports usually feel better than people who have money, especially when they have a very high income. Money doesn't make you happy if you don't make a lot of money. On the contrary, physical activity reduces the number of bad days. These...

Having Had More Than 10 Sexual Partners Increases the Risk of Cancer

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The link between the increase in the number of sexual partners and the risk of cancer for men and women was established by a study carried out in England with almost 6,000 people. A connection that is probably due to sexually transmitted diseases and...

One Component of Breast Milk Supports the Baby’s Cognitive Development

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Although scientific studies in animals have already shown that a carbohydrate in breast milk influences the neurological development of the offspring. The first study of this kind in humans also underlines its role in the child's cognitive development. Two out of three women breastfeed their...

The Who: The Coronavirus Epidemic Is Now an International Emergency

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The World Health Organization (WHO) described the coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan on Thursday as an international public health emergency, while opposing any restrictions on travel or trade with China. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director General of the WHO, announced the decision following a meeting in Geneva...

First Coronavirus Vaccine Could Be Tested in 3 Months

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The first experimental coronavirus vaccine could be tested in 3 months by the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH). Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) Department of Allergy and Infectious Disease, suggested in an interview with Jama that his...

The Number of Deaths Caused by the Coronavirus Epidemic in China Rises to 132

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The number of deaths in China from the 2019-nCoV coronavirus epidemic has risen to 132, health officials announced on Wednesday, and nearly 1,500 additional cases have been recorded. In a statement, the National Health Commission said that 5,974 people in the country have been infected...

The Signs of Parkinson’s Disease Are Visible From Birth According to Study

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Researchers at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center have discovered two important defects that occur early in the lives of patients with Parkinson's disease. About 6.3 million people worldwide suffer from Parkinson's disease. Although this degenerative disease mainly affects people aged 60 years and older, it affects...