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Chocolate may improve cognitive function within hours, says review

Additionally, researchers found that regular, long-term intake of cocoa flavanols may protect against cognitive decline. Flavanols are naturally occurring compounds found in various types of...

Frequent Sex Improves Brain Function in Older Adults

Recent study finds that older adults, who engaged in above average levels of sexual activity, scored higher in a series of cognitive tests. A new...

Simply Smelling Food Can Cause Weight Gain

Smell is a large part of the appeal of food. If one's sense of smell were removed, he would likely lose weight. This statement...
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Decrease in Gut Bacteria May Lead to Heart Failure

Essential forms of bacteria are less common in the stomachs of patients who have heart failure. The gut flora in these individuals' stomachs is...

Being diagnosed with cancer is now more common than getting married or having a...

Being diagnosed with cancer is now more common than getting married or having a first baby, figures reveal. There were 361,216 cancer cases diagnosed in 2014 compared...
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Drinking alcohol during pregnancy could affect the health of your GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN, study suggests

Drinking alcohol during pregnancy can affect the health of your great-grandchildren, new research has suggested. As part of a new study, researchers exposed pregnant mice...

Trying to get strong? Forget muscles, you need to work out your NERVES by...

Those trying to become stronger by putting in extra hours at the gym may be getting it all wrong, according to new research. Researchers have...

Fresh warning over toxic metal hip replacements… now doctors claim they could cause Alzheimer’s

Doctors are being urged to check for signs of dementia or heart disease in hip implant patients. There are concerns that the metal-on-metal devices are...

Punishing children may not stop them misbehaving: Scolding youngsters only encourages them to continue,...

Strict parents who punish their children may not help them behave. Instead, scolding youngsters only encourages them to continue with their bad habits, new research...
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