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New Genetic Study Finds Links Between Gut Issues with Anxiety

A large new study by a team of international researchers has identified shared genetic associations between irritable bowel syndrome and mental health conditions such as anxiety and depression. The study, published in the journal Nature, used data…

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Study suggests that the Best bedtime to reduce risk for cardiovascular health issues.

[ PEER REVIEWED ] Source: academic.oup.com + ncbi.nlm.nih.gov + ncbi.nlm.nih.gov + journals.plos.org + sciencedirect.com + cfrjournal.com In upi.com Is there an ideal time to go to bed every night if you want to dodge heart…

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Challenging mental task and an easy one, people will usually opt for the easier option OR do something else.

[ Peer Reviewed ] In psyche.co Given the choice between completing a gruelling mental task [ journals.plos.org ]or lounging at the beach, which would you choose? If you are like most people, the thought of soaking…

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Do Flies Really Throw Up on Your Food When They Land On It? Let’s Dive In

Source:- cdc.gov In thehealthy.com published and claiming that:- Imagine you’re at a picnic and just about to bite into your sandwich. Suddenly you spot a fly headed your way, homing in on your food with…

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Vaping Worse Than Smoking for Boosting Odds for Stroke at Young Age

Adults who vape could suffer a stroke at least a decade younger than those who smoke tobacco, a new study has found. E-cigarette users have a 15% higher risk of stroke at a younger age…

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Vegetable Fat May Decrease Stroke Risk, While Animal Fat Increases It

Eating higher total amounts of red meat, processed red meat and non-dairy animal fat increased the risk of stroke, while consuming more vegetable fat or polyunsaturated fat lowered it, according to preliminary research to be…

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Effect of Exercise, Escitalopram, or Placebo on Anxiety in Patients With Coronary Heart Disease

In according jamanetwork.com [ James A. Blumenthal, PhD1; Patrick J. Smith, PhD1; Wei Jiang, MD1; et al ] that the Understanding the Benefits of Exercise and Escitalopram in Anxious Patients With Coronary Heart Disease (UNWIND) Randomized Clinical Trial Key Points Question  Do aerobic exercise and…

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