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Smoking is a serious issue. The World Health Organization (WHO) believes that there are about 1.1 billion smokers around the globe and have estimated that 1.8 million people die from lung cancer every year. Although it can take decades for lung cancer to arise, smokers have a 30 …

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Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a condition that occurs early in childhood. The severity of the condition varies; it is often characterized by repetitive behavior and communication problems. Usually, this is a bio-neurological developmental disability that appears before the age of 3. According to a survey, the rate of …

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Without a doubt, obesity is a global problem that leads to several other major health conditions. According to the National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys, nearly 69% of adults are obese. However, fat accumulation is crucial for the survival of hibernating mammals in winter. Hibernation is a unique quirk of …

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As per a recent study by Dr. Kaitlin Wade from the University of Bristol. It has been discovered that a particular type of bacteria in the gut microbiome can increase the risk of bowel cancer by 2% to 15%. This bacteria is known as Bacteroidales in medical terms. And is …

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People with Alzheimer’s gene start to show signs from the age of 40 and by the time they hit 60, their thinking ability and memory completely deteriorates. However, recently a woman with an active Alzheimer’s gene did not show any sign of the disease till her 70s. Her …

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