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Overweight and obesity are growing worldwide problem including in women in reproductive age. Maternal overweight and obesity are well-known risk factors that could affect several mental and physical effect to their babies. New study found that maternal obesity has linked shorter newborn telomere size by checking cord blood and …

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Recent studies have shown that people who eat fish derived omega-3 in their diet reduces mortality from colon cancer. The incidence of colorectal cancer in Koreans is known to be the highest in the world. (45 people per 100,000 populations, 2012 statistics) Colorectal cancer, which is caused by …

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Asparagus is very beneficial food for our bodies. It is good source of fiber, folic acid, vitamin A, C, E and K as well as iron. And many studies have revealed that it is known for anti-cancer effects, prevention of heart disease, and cognitive enhancement. Many studies have been …

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Here comes interesting news for the people with allergies. Imagining how humanity has suffered from the consequences of all kinds of different allergic reactions is undefined. Recently, John Holloway, professor of Allergy and Respiratory Genetics within Medicine at the University of Southampton, introduces his discovery of the relationship between an …

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According to the British Medical Journal, a recently released report that Mediterranean meals, typically composed of fresh vegetables, olive oil, fish and red wine, can help prevent the variation of DNA codes which happens with age. The term ‘Mediterranean diet’ encompasses all aspects from the Mediterranean scenery to the dining …

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