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Young adults may damage DNA with alcohol consumption

Young adults may damage DNA with alcohol consumption

Jan 02, – College students are renowned for partying at the weekends, and this usually involves having a drink or two. But new research has found that this level of alcohol consumption may cause damage to DNA. This is according to a study published in the journal Alcohol. The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and […]

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New Diabetes Drug Seems Safe for Heart, Study Finds

New Diabetes Drug Seems Safe for Heart, Study Finds

Sep 02, – The new diabetes drug Onglyza has no effect, good or bad, on a patient’s risk for heart attacks, a new study finds. However, the researchers from Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston did find a surprising rise in hospitalizations for heart failure among those who took the medication compared to those who […]

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Skin Allergies Can Flare Up in Summer Heat

Skin Allergies Can Flare Up in Summer Heat

Aug 17, – Summer can be a particularly bad time for skin allergies such as eczema and hives, as well as reactions to poison ivy, oak and sumac, an expert says. This summer, high rainfall, humidity and temperatures combined with increased levels of carbon dioxide in the air have resulted in an “exceedingly potent” growth […]

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Katy Perry’s ‘Roar’ Arrives Early

Katy Perry’s ‘Roar’ Arrives Early

Aug 11, – Sound the alarm: Katy Perry‘s new single “Roar” has roared early. The tune, the first single from her forthcoming third studio album Prism (due Oct. 22), was slated to premiere on Monday, Aug. 12. However, in the early morning of Aug. 10, the song leaked to the Internet. In turn, “Roar” has […]

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Study finds: Highest-Risk Smokers Benefit Most From CT Scan Screening

Study finds: Highest-Risk Smokers Benefit Most From CT Scan Screening

July 18, – For medical groups considering developing lung cancer screening guidelines, this study should provide a way to refine recommendations based on who benefits most, Katki said. Using low-dose CT scans to screen for lung cancer could prevent many deaths among those at highest risk, a new study suggests. But only a few deaths […]

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Anti-aging cream worth by vital ingredients, don’t judge by price

Anti-aging cream worth by vital ingredients, don’t judge by price

June 21, AP – There is a plethora of anti-aging products, so it gets difficult to select the right product for the skin. Is anti-aging cream worth the money? Expert says the quality of an anti-aging cream depends on the formulation and not the price. According to Oriflame India’s beauty and make-up expert Aakriti Kochar, […]

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