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A new report from the Australian arm of the Friends of the Earth warns of 104 food and food-related products on sale around the world…
The Associated Press article “AP probe finds drugs in drinking water” reveals that its five-month study found prescription and OTC drugs such as antibiotics, ibuprofen,…
A health survey of U.S. adults shows 27% of young females 18 to 29 years of age use tanning salons, while 10% of people 50…
Thursday, 06 March 2008 21:02

Dirty hair helps you breathe in less ozone smog

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According to a Missouri study, U.S. researchers found that unwashed hair absorbs much more ground-based ozone than washed hair. Breathing in ozone within smog can…
A study performed by cosmetics company P&G found that outer forearm skin from women in Florida ages faster and wrinkles more than skin on the…
A popular study by a New Jersey microbiologist finds bacteria on the majority of lemons placed on glasses of tea, water, soda, from twenty-one local…
A U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) research study, released February 28, 2008, states that ten percent of adults are not getting sufficient…
Monday, 25 February 2008 19:16

Flies, like people, can toss and turn all night

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A new U.S. study has shown fruit flies have a brain chemical just like humans that controls sleep. The discovery may help people solve their…
Sunday, 24 February 2008 21:14

Fight memory loss: Be healthy, wealthy, and wise

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A compreshensive U.S. study on dementia and Alzheimer’s disease finds that healthier, wealthier, and better-educated people have less risk of memory loss and dementia.   
A Purdue University study has concluded that natural sweetness in caloric sugar helps the body predict how many calories have been eaten. Sweet non-caloric artificial sweeteners may…

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