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Early or late menopause can lead to type 2 diabetes

Sunday World - ‎12 hours ago‎
Much like getting our periods, having to endure the menopause is a rite of passage for us ladies. While it's never going to be a fun experience, new research has pointed out that those who experience before the age of 46 and after 55 are at a much ...
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Even presidential candidates need sleep

SFGate - ‎8 hours ago‎
Michael S. Jaffee, University of Florida. The demands of being a presidential candidate take a toll on sleep. And the demands are not likely to lessen for whomever is elected.
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Studies show that having this quality could improve your sex life - ‎6 hours ago‎
When it comes to getting down and dirty, there's never enough advice you'll hear from friends or in extremely rare cases, family.
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An hour's walk can cancel out eight hours behind a desk, claim scientists

The Independent - ‎1 hour ago‎
An hour of moderate physical activity per day is enough to cancel out the deadly effect of sitting behind an office desk or watching TV, research has shown.
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#FoodPorn, Circa 1600s: Then And Now, It Was More About Status Than Appetite

WVTF - ‎Jul 25, 2016‎
The table is set for dinner. Small cooked crabs and shrimp are laid out on the thick wooden tabletop next to succulent figs, grapes, pears and types of produce you can't even name.
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Looking for the world's tallest people? Try Latvia and the Netherlands.

Washington Post - ‎3 hours ago‎
If you want to see a population of tall men, go to the Netherlands, where the average man is about 6 feet tall. Tall women? Latvia, where the average woman is 5-foot-6.

POLL: Would you support the use of genetically modified mosquitoes in your neighborhood to combat Zika? - ‎10 hours ago‎
The Florida Keys offer an ideal place for researchers to test mosquito-fighting efforts now more than ever as panic over the Zika virus spreads.
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Florida identifies Zika cases not travel related - ‎1 hour ago‎
The Florida health department said it is investigating another two cases of Zika not related to travel to a place where the virus is being transmitted, raising the possibility of local Zika transmission in the continental United States.
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Low Aerobic Activity Tied to Higher Death Rates in Men

MedPage Today - ‎8 hours ago‎
Low aerobic capacity was second only to smoking as a risk factor for death in a study of a middle-age men in Sweden followed for more than 4 decades, researchers reported.
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'Sister Clones' Of Dolly The Sheep Are Alive And Kicking

NPR - ‎Jul 26, 2016‎
About four years ago, Kevin Sinclair inherited an army of clones. Very fluffy clones. "Daisy, Debbie, Denise and Diana," says Sinclair, a developmental biologist at the University of Nottingham in England.
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Promising Alzheimer's treatment flops in new trial, crushing hopes

The Boston Globe - ‎1 hour ago‎
A closely watched treatment for Alzheimer's disease came up short in a late-stage trial, marking the latest setback in a field wracked by years of failure.
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Malawi police arrest HIV-infected man who was paid to have sex with more than 100 girls

Daily Mail - ‎Jul 26, 2016‎
Malawi police have arrested an HIV-infected man who was paid to have sex with more than 100 adolescent girls as part of a traditional ritual marking their passage to womanhood, officials said Tuesday.
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University of Waterloo researchers behind new diagnostic test for Alzheimer's disease - ‎9 hours ago‎
Researchers at the University of Waterloo say they have discovered a "completely non-invasive" imaging technique for detecting Alzheimer's disease.