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High intensity exercise may suppress your appetite shortly afterward, a new study has revealed.
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New maps of chemical modifications to brain DNA have revealed that massive epigenetic changes takes place during a child`s first few years of life.
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Scientists are close to developing a shot against black fever, a fatal parasitic infection transmitted by sandflies, known as visceral leishmaniasis, the world`s second biggest killer after malaria.
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Computers do have their plus points, despite all the bad press -- the desk top, for instance, lowers the risk of dementia in the aged by a maximum of 40 percent, suggest latest findings.
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Young women who go through early In vitro fertilization (IVF) are at an elevated risk of developing breast cancer.
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Researchers are close to finding a shot that protects against many strains of meningococcal B.