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Violence Linked to Obesity in Adolescents

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A new study has recently emerged showing a correlation between the amount of violence adolescents see or participate in and their unhealthy eating habits. TV shows, movies, and video games that have a high level of violence have always been given a bad reputation, but now this new study may have proven that they can be unhealthy mentally, emotionally and physically all together. Read More →

A Study Establishes the Relationship between Stress and Diseases

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Almost everyone goes through stress in modern life. But did you know that stress is able to cause those common illnesses that most of us suffer from occasionally? If you really care about your health, you might have noticed that every time you get stressed up, soon after you start suffering from some diseases. Is it just a coincidence that they attack you or are they induced by stress? Read More →

Better Medication for Hepatitis C

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Hepatitis C affects about 170 million people around the world. Unfortunately, many among those who have this infection do not usually know it until it’s too late. The common treatment that has been available for decades is not very efficient. Statistically, only up to 75 % of those affected can cope with Hepatitis C. Read More →

Can You Overdose on Fiber?

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Fiber is supposed to be good for the human body. It makes individuals feel satisfied longer, regulates the digestive system, keeps cholesterol levels in the healthy zone and helps lose weight. However, it seems that it is actually possible to consume too much fiber, which obviously has adverse effects. Read More →

Tomato Rich Diet May Help Prevent Skin Cancer

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The most common cancer in the world continues to be on the rise, and new preventive measures are needed to face the increasing challenge. An interesting line of research currently explores the role of food, or more specifically natural compounds found in food, in the treatment and prevention of cancer. Read More →