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Depression Could Be An Early Sign Of Alzheimer’s Disease

Scientists have long suspected the connection between depression and Alzheimer’s disease. Depression would seem natural and obvious for a person that is losing their ability to think straight. The difficulty in perceiving things and people properly is bound to have…
Working Out Reduces Colon Cancer Risks

New research points out that people who are in the habit of being physically fit could have a lower risk of developing colon cancer. When fit individuals were compared to those that do not exercise, it was discovered that they…
Cancer Cells Turned Into Fat To Stop Cancer Development

A scientific innovation that researchers succeeded in achieving is turning cancer cells into fat to stop the advancement of cancer. They succeeded in doing this by experimenting on lab mice. The researchers that conducted the experiments have published their findings…
Mosquitoes Spread Deadly West Nile Virus Across The US

Last year, 167 people were killed in the US after being infected with the West Nile virus. Although the increase is small, experts encourage people to protect themselves against mosquito bites during the summer. According to the CDC, a total…
Cows Might Help Fighting Climate Change

A great part of greenhouse gas emissions worldwide come from the bodily gas emissions of livestock. However, it might be possible to lower their impact on climate change by tinkering with microbes in their guts. Unusual experiment Cows from the…
Vitamin A Intake to Decrease Skin Cancer Risk

A new study elaborated by researchers from Brown University argues that dietary intake of vitamin A can decrease the risk of developing a common type of skin cancer which is classified as squamous cell carcinoma. This particular type of skin…