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Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is a medical condition that affect many of women of early age. PMS can cause a variety of physical and psychological symptoms that occur just before your menstrual period. Up to 80% of menstruating women experience PMS symptoms that are anxiety, irritability, vomiting, fatigue, and depression. PMS …

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Although global incidences of gastric disease have increased continually, there are limited adequate models for stomach study. Recently, scientists have generated human stomach tissue from pluripotent stem cell in vitro at Cincinnati Children Hospital Medical Center. It is called the fundus which produce stomach’s acid and digest hormones. They …

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For decades, researchers have indicated that Bisphenol A have linked many health diseases including abnormal reproduction, hormone instability and many types of cancers. Bisphenol A(BPA) is an organic synthetic compound that found in manufacture products, for example, canned food, water bottles and receipts. Recent animal study suggests that BPA …

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Junk DNA refers to non-coding region in our DNA. Since it was revealed by the Human Genome Project in 2000 that only 2% of the genes produce protein. 98% of DNA has not related in production of protein. Consequently, people defined this region of DNA called junk DNA. However …

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Sometimes mothers with toddlers with picky eating habits are tend to think its because of their poor parenting, but now don’t worry! According to scientists at UCL(Health Behaviour Research Centre), came up with new research that it was the result of genetic influences. The research has begun to …

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