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People are paying almost $150K for a master's degree in journalism, just to write fake news for the mainstream media

(Natural News) Would you pay nearly $150,000 for a degree that can get you a job with a median yearly salary of less than $40,000 in an industry that is currently experiencing a high degree of layoffs? If so, Columbia University’s School of Journalism will gladly sign you up for its new Master of Science...

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Entire mainstream media spreads dangerous lie that falsely claimed bodybuilder was killed by "protein shakes"

(Natural News) Meegan Hefford, an Australian bodybuilder, died suddenly because of a rare genetic disorder which prevented her body from properly breaking down proteins. She was 25. While her death is tragic on any level, her demise is being used by propaganda media to dissuade people from eating protein. Supposedly, the bodybuilder’s use of protein...

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Google isn't merely EVIL; it has become a DANGER to freedom, liberty and democracy... Steve Cioccolanti issues urgent warning

(Natural News) In case you haven’t noticed all the censorship recently, Google has become a rampaging monster of Orwellian oppression, intimidation and unbridled power, crushing any voices who oppose its hegemony of internet supremacy. I was one of the first popular voices to warn that Google had become a danger to society — after being...

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AETNA accidentally exposes HIV testing status on the OUTSIDE of thousands of envelopes mailed to patients

(Natural News) Health insurance giant Aetna recently went under fire as it inadvertently disclosed the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) status of some of its members through a letter sent to some 12,000 people. The letters, which were sent out on July 28, originally meant to inform members of a change in pharmacy benefits. However, the texts...

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WARNING about vaccines and the current vaccination schedule

(Natural News) At no other time in history have so many vaccines been required within the United States vaccination schedule. According to statistics at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 10 million vaccines – many of which contain aluminum (a known neurotoxin) – are given to infants every year. But,...

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Memphis Meats receives massive investment from Bill Gates; hopes to eliminate all animal slaughter within 30 years

(Natural News) In just three years, you may be chomping down on a “lab burger” and putting gravy over a “test-tube chicken” if a new venture company has anything to say about it. San Francisco, California-based startup Memphis Meats is intent on developing meat from stem cells. And they might just be successful, thanks to...

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Austin-based left-wing terrorism group named "Red Guards Austin" just declared "everywhere a battlefield" ... and they can't wait to murder conservatives

(Natural News) Somebody, somewhere is busy rallying the troops of radical leftist terror in the United States, which is taking on a whole new level of extremism with the recent announcement from “Red Guards Austin” that it’s time for “antifascist” domestic terrorists to take things up a notch by provoking violence throughout the streets of...

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Heartless Leftists politicize Hurricane Harvey, blaming victims for causing "climate change"

(Natural News) In an interview with CNN’s “New Day” morning co-host Chris Cuomo, top presidential counselor Kellyanne Conway got a little irritated when she was asked what was, given the circumstances and subject matter, an incredibly stupid question. As reported by the Washington Examiner, the two first sparred over the issue of congressional funding for...

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SEC crackdown on Bitcoin accelerates with de-listing of publicly-traded Bitcoin capital firm, accused of hyping the bubble

(Natural News) The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently issued a temporary freeze order on trading for the American Security Resources Corp. (ARSC), a publicly-listed bitcoin exchange company. This marks the third suspension in the month of August alone. SEC officials announced the suspension on August 24, Thursday. According to reports, the suspension will be effective until 11:59 am ET, September...

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Drone-based pizza delivery service launched in Iceland... won't the pizza get cold?

(Natural News) Residents of Reykjavik, Iceland may be the first ones in the world to get their pizzas literally from the heavens. Last Wednesday, August 23, 2017 saw the launch of the world’s first drone delivery service in Iceland’s capital. The drones, which are powered by Tel Aviv, Israel-based drone delivery company Flytrex, made it...

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Acute myeloid leukemia: Heart drugs may boost chemotherapy

Researchers find that drugs normally used to treat heart and blood vessel disease could also help to improve chemotherapy outcomes for patients with AML.

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Does indoor spraying help prevent dengue?

The prevention of dengue, the most prevalent mosquito-borne virus in the world, relies heavily on controlling mosquito populations, as the currently available dengue vaccine is only partially effective. Indoor spraying -- which involves spraying of insecticides inside houses -- has the potential to be a key part of those prevention efforts, researchers report.

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Drugs targeting the beta2-adrenoreceptor linked to Parkinson's disease

Researchers want to prevent alpha-synuclein from accumulating in the brain. To do so, the team searched for drugs that turn down alpha-synuclein production. They then tested the drugs in mice and stem cells and studied in data from the health records of millions of people living in Norway. The results of their efforts, point to a new drug development path for PD.

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New possibility of studying how Alzheimer's disease affects the brain at different ages

Alzheimer’s disease can lead to several widely divergent symptoms and, so far, its various expressions have mainly been observed through the behavior and actions of patients. Researchers have now produced images showing the changes in the brain associated with these symptoms – a development which increases knowledge and could facilitate future diagnostics and treatment.

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Using DNA to predict schizophrenia, autism

A single amino acid substitution in the protein CX3CR1 may act as predictor for schizophrenia and autism, a multi-institute collaboration demonstrates.

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Faulty DNA repair depresses neural development

Researchers have discovered DNA polymerase ? (Pol?) deficiency in neural stem cells affects neuronal survival and neural network in the developing brain.

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A philosophical mythbuster

Cognitive neuroscience gives us a glimpse into our brain activity; it allows us to learn more about ourselves. Or do brain scans actually not say very much about who we are? A philosopher examines four myths about neuroscience and self-understanding.

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Alcohol abuse, dental conditions, mental health found to be causes of avoidable US emergency visits

Alcohol abuse, dental conditions, and mental health were found to be the main causes of avoidable emergency room visits in the US, a new report reveals.

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Wife with Early Stage Alzheimer’s Doesn’t Want Help; Fear of Being Judged

My wife has been seeing the same psychiatrist for over eight years. I now accompany her since she doesn’t know why she’s still going to him and doesn’t remember what he says in the session. She has many hallmarks of early stage Alzheimer’s (about 18 months now)  but has been on Celexa for many years for depression and sees him just to be monitored. She does not want to be tested for cognitive impairment or take drugs–doesn’t see purpose. Has trouble articulating/expressing herself and really hates being “interrogated” now. She obsesses whenever I tell her her appointment is coming up. Any advice on how to lessen her fear of being questioned and/or tested? I feel pretty stuck–her psychiatrist is being ethical to monitor her Celexa dosage, but I don’t know how to help her, and he has no advice so far. She knows she has memory problems and is not in denial–she just wants to avoid doing anything about it. She has short term memory limitations and can’t be persuaded to be tested. Discussio…

New source for brain's development discovered

An unexpected source for the brain's development has been discovered by researchers, a finding that offers new insights into the building of the nervous system.

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Love your beauty rest? You can thank these brain cells

Researchers report the unexpected presence of a type of neuron in the brains of mice that appears to play a central role in promoting sleep by turning 'off' wake-promoting neurons. The newly identified brain cells, located in a part of the hypothalamus called the zona incerta, they say, could offer novel drug targets to treat sleep disorders, such as insomnia and narcolepsy, caused by the dysfunction of sleep-regulating neurons.

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New findings on brain functional connectivity may lend insights into mental disorders

Ongoing advances in understanding the functional connections within the brain are producing exciting insights into how the brain circuits function together to support human behavior — and may lead to new discoveries in the development and treatment of psychiatric disorders, according to a review.

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Yawning: Why is it so contagious and why should it matter?

Feeling tired? Even if we aren't tired, why do we yawn if someone else does? Experts have published research that suggests the human propensity for contagious yawning is triggered automatically by primitive reflexes in the primary motor cortex -- an area of the brain responsible for motor function. Their study is another stage in their research into the underlying biology of neuropsychiatric disorders and their search for new methods of treatment.

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Scents and social preference: Neuroscientists ID the roots of attraction

Culminating a series of studies stretching back eight years, biologists have identified the cellular and molecular basis for social preference, known in the animal kingdom as 'imprinting.' Through in vivo experiments, the researchers found the neurological roots of kinship attraction and aversion. They also employed genetics screening to find the regulators controlling this behavior. The study carries implications for understanding social attraction and aversion in a range of animals and humans.

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Songbird study shows how estrogen may stop infection-induced brain inflammation

Estrogen synthesis, a process naturally occurring in the brains of zebra finches, may also fight off neuroinflammation caused by infection that occurs elsewhere in the body, new research indicates.

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People become more economically conservative when angered

People tend to lean more economically conservative when they're angry, according to a new article. Researchers came to the conclusion after running multiple studies that included more than 1,000 participants.

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Newly emerged superbug discovered

Scientists have discovered a newly emerged superbug, hyper-resistant and hypervirulent Klebsiella pneumoniae, which may cause untreatable and fatal infections in relatively healthy individuals and will pose enormous threat to human health.

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Breastfeeding reduces risk of endometriosis diagnosis

Women who breastfed for longer periods of time had significantly lower risk of being diagnosed with endometriosis, offering new insights into a condition that, up until now, has had very few known, modifiable risk factors, a new study concludes.

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New video by Global Mountain Bike Network on YouTube

How Can I Ride In Sand...Without A Fatbike?| Ask GMBN Anything About Mountain Biking
It's time for #askgmbn! Neil's back in the Shed this week and is answering some questions about his accident and plans for his recovery! We've also got great correct me if i'm wrong, quickfire round and tonnes more questions about mountain biking to get through! Subscribe to GMBN: http://ift.tt/1HnIPRp Get exclusive GMBN gear in the GMBN store! http://gmbn.eu/uW Martyn and Neil are in the Dirt Shed to answer your mountain biking questions that you've been sending in via the comments section on this weeks videos with the #askgmbn and via our direct email ask@gmbn.com. Subjects this week include post race recovery, tubeless set up, bunny hopping and our favourite bikes! If you'd like to contribute captions and video info in your language, here's the link 👍 http://gmbn.eu/uV Watch more on GMBN... What do you need to learn to ride a bikepark? 📹 Once at a bike park...what shoul…

New video by Global Cycling Network on YouTube

Chris Froome's Pinarello Dogma F10 X-Light | La Vuelta A España 2017
Proven to be a rapid ride so far this year, Chris Froome is now equipped with the super lightweight Pinarello Dogma F10 X-Light for the Vuelta A España. Can it help Team Sky secure a second Grand Tour in 2017? Subscribe to GCN: http://gcn.eu/SubscribeToGCN Get exclusive GCN gear in the GCN store! http://gcn.eu/lV Dan Lloyd is at the start of the 2017 Vuelta a España to check out Froomey's ride set up for the flatter stages on the final Grand Tour of the season. Pinarello's new carbon lay up gives a more lightweight mode of the F10, now named the X-Light. With a custom paint job featuring the signature Rhino representing charity Unite For Wildlife, it's unmistakably the bike of Team Sky's lead man Chris Froome. What do you think of Froome's new ride? Let us know in the comments below! 🦏 Frame and forks: Pinarello Dogma F10 X-Light Wheels: R9100 Dura Ace Tyres: Continental Tubular Competition Pr…

7 Signs You're Dealing With a Passive-Aggressive Person

[brightcove:5116093205001 default]This article originally appeared on Time.com.Human aggression doesn’t have much going for it. Every war, bar brawl or playground smackdown ever fought has resulted from our habit of lashing out first and talking it through only later. But if aggression has one virtue, it’s that it’s unambiguous. It’s hard to misunderstand the meaning of a missile launch or a punch in the nose.But passive-aggression — regular aggression’s sneaky little cousin? That’s a whole other thing. Passive-aggression is there but it’s not, you see it and you don’t. It’s aggression as steam — hard to frame, impossible grasp. You see it in the competitive colleague who would never confront you directly but accidentally leaves your name off an email about an important meeting. It’s the spouse who’s usually punctual but takes forever to get out of the house when it’s your turn to choose the movie. Sometimes there’s an innocent explanation, but often there’s not — and the passive-aggr…

New video by ABC HEALTH on YouTube

Thyroid Problem Disappears in 1 Week | Natural Thyroid Cures
Hi Friends, Watch #ABCHealth More Videos Subscribe to us : https://goo.gl/elS2MW And Also Follow Us On Facebook: https://goo.gl/EPRq1H Blogger : https://goo.gl/qPZi5Q Google + : https://goo.gl/EvYekq Playlist : https://goo.gl/u4HjXn Thyroid problem disappears in 1 week =============================== In this video you are going to learn about homemade remedy for thyroid Thyroid is a silent disease which occurs very slowly. It is a small gland present in neck and it’s very important to know and understand about this disease. The main function of this gland is to create hormones for the body, and controls the metabolism of the body what you eat, drink and digest everything is controlled by this gland. When this gland starts to malfunction or doesn’t work properly then we start to either gain or lose weight, and face a lot of other problems. Among all hormonal problems thyroid is most common one which the body lacks sufficient t…

New video by Global Mountain Bike Network on YouTube

New Mountain Bike Tech For 2018 | GMBN At Eurobike
Doddy's at Eurobike, the world's biggest bike show! Over the next few days Doddy will be bringing you all the exciting new tech and product launches from various industry leading manufacturers! Here's the first instalment. Subscribe to GMBN: http://ift.tt/1HnIPRp Get exclusive GMBN gear in the GMBN store! http://gmbn.eu/uS Doddy's got tonnes of interesting new products for 2018 to get through including a re-worked Continental tyres line-up, new shoes from Shimano, new cranks from Raceface, redesigned backpacks from Evoc and new helmet technology from Leatt. All that and much, much more! If you'd like to contribute captions and video info in your language, here's the link 👍 http://gmbn.eu/uR Watch more on GMBN... Check out Gee's DH 29er: http://ift.tt/2vnr4xM 📹 Are you maintaining your fork? http://gmbn.eu/forktips 📹 How are tyres made? http://ift.tt/2oJRv0W 📹 Click here to buy GMBN T-shirts, hoodies and …

New video by Global Cycling Network on YouTube

Eurobike 2017: NEW Road Bike Tech For 2018 From The World's Biggest Cycling Show
GCN is at Eurobike, the world's largest bike show. In today's video former Tour de France cyclist Dan Lloyd checks out all the latest and greatest road bike tech from the show. Let us know your tech highlight 👇 Subscribe to GCN: http://gcn.eu/SubscribeToGCN Get exclusive GCN gear in the GCN shop! http://gcn.eu/mw Th GCN Club: http://gcn.eu/mv Day 1 of Eurobike always brings lots of surprises and plenty of new tech. Dan didn't have to look too far, then, to find some seriously cool new stuff, including... 9 new pairs of ZIpp wheels, new hubs from Rotor which have a clutch mechanism rather than a freehub, new helmets from KASK and new glasses from KOO. That's left us a bit breathless but there is yet more bike tech with a bike box from Topeak and, of course the new fi'zi:k range that we launched on the channel yesterday. If you'd like to contribute captions and video info in your…

Protecting the guardians

A guardian gene that protects against type 1 diabetes and other autoimmune diseases exerts its pancreas-shielding effects by altering the gut microbiota. Experiments in mice born with the protective gene show that exposure to antibiotics during critical windows of development fuels risk for type 1 diabetes and leads to loss of genetic protection by altering the gut microbiota. Scientists say the findings underscore the importance of avoiding antibiotic use during late pregnancy and early infancy.

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Faulty DNA repair depresses neural development

Researchers in Japan have discovered that DNA polymerase beta (Pol-beta) deficiency in neural stem cells affects neuronal survival and neural network in the developing brain.

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Using DNA to predict schizophrenia and autism

Researchers in Japan show in a multi-institute collaboration that a single amino acid substitution in the protein CX3CR1 may act as predictor for schizophrenia and autism.

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Nanoparticles loaded with mRNA give disease-fighting properties to cells

A new biomedical tool using nanoparticles that deliver transient gene changes to targeted cells could make therapies for a variety of diseases -- including cancer, diabetes and HIV -- faster and cheaper to develop, and more customizable.

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Study negates concerns regarding radioactivity in migratory seafood

New research shows negligible risk from consumption of meat from migratory marine predators following Fukushima nuclear disaster.

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Understanding perceptions of reputation, identity offers opportunity, study shows

Regardless of how people personally view another person, they also are aware of how that person sees themselves, as well as how they are generally perceived by others, research concludes.

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When making decisions, monkeys use different brain areas to weigh value and availability

Seventeenth-century mathematician Blaise Pascal first introduced the idea of expected value, which is reached by multiplying the value of something (how much it's wanted or needed) with the probability that we might be able to obtain it. Now some very 21st century research is showing for the first time in monkeys which parts of the brain are involved in the two-pronged decision-making process that determines this expected value.

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Gut bacteria that 'talk' to human cells may lead to new treatments

Scientists developed a method to genetically engineer gut bacteria to produce molecules that have the potential to treat certain disorders by altering human metabolism.

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Blunting CRISPR's 'scissors' gives new insight into autoimmune disorders

A research team has used a modified version of the gene-editing technique CRISPR to find enhancers -- not by editing them but by prompting them into action.

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Do I Have the Tendencies of a Loner?

Hi, I’ve been struggling for some time now with getting in a relationship. Whenever I find someone I like, if they reciprocate the feeling I shortly lose interest in them and I no longer find see them as a ‘crush’.I am a person who enjoys being alone and I need time with myself, such as doing things I like without getting annoyed by others. I tend to distance myself from people if they become clingy, I just cannot stand it. Even in my childhood, I used to spend time alone, didn’t have many friends. However, now when it comes to relationships I struggle, sometimes with friendships as well. I easily get sick of them and it is bothering me that I cannot commit to one person.Is it normal to feel this way? What should I do? Thank you!A. Effectively answering your question would require more information about the nature of your relationships. For instance, how many times have you tried beginning a relationship with someone and lost interest? How long do these relationships last? What exactl…

Bioengineering a functional vascularized lung scaffold

A team of researchers is the first to successfully bioengineer a functional lung with perfusable and healthy vasculature in an ex vivo rodent lung. Their new approach allows the removal of the pulmonary epithelium while maintaining the viability and function of the vascular network and the lung matrix.

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New link between gene fusion and bladder and brain cancer

A study sheds new light on gene fusion in bladder and brain cancer.

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Motorized molecules drill through cells

Motorized molecules that target diseased cells may deliver drugs to or kill the cells by drilling into the cell membranes. Scientists have demonstrated them on cancer and other cells.

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A decline in navigational skills could predict neurodegenerative disease

Changes in how humans map their surroundings and construct and follow directions as they age have been understudied compared to effects on memory and learning. However, age-related declines in navigational ability are independent of those more well-known cognitive downturns, and could form the basis for tools for the early diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease.

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Powerful resource to advance treatment of pediatric solid tumors

St. Jude Children's Research Hospital is offering the global scientific community no-cost access to an unprecedented collection of pediatric solid tumor samples and data to fuel research and move treatment forward.

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Monkeys with Parkinson's disease benefit from human stem cells

Japanese neurosurgeons report two new strategies to improve outcomes of iPS cell-based therapies for Parkinson's disease in monkey brains. The findings are a key step for patient recruitment of the first iPS cell-based therapy to treat neurodegenerative diseases.

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Blood test can predict early lung cancer prognosis

Cancer cells obtained from a blood test may be able to predict how early-stage lung cancer patients will fare, a team of researchers has shown.

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Dating? A magic formula to predict attraction is more elusive than ever

Dating websites often claim attraction between two people can be predicted from the right combination of traits and preferences, but a new study casts doubt on that assertion. The study, which used speed dating data, found a computer could predict who is desirable and how much someone would desire others -- who's hot and who's not -- but it could not unravel the mystery of unique desire for a specific person.

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Robotic system monitors specific neurons

Engineers have devised a way to automate the process of patch-clamping, using a computer algorithm that analyzes microscope images and guides a robotic arm to the target cell to record its electrical activity.

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'Seeing' robot learns tricky technique for studying brain cells in mammals

Scientists have successfully taught robots to perform a challenging brain technique only previously mastered by a handful of humans.

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Only 20 minutes less sitting per day is enough to maintain good health and muscle mass

Researchers have conducted one of the largest and longest studies to find out if it is possible to reduce sedentary time and if the reduction will result in any health benefits during one year. A tailored counseling helped busy office workers with young children to decrease their sedentary leisure time 21 minutes per day, which was enough to improve some biomarkers and to maintain muscle mass during one year.

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Children of unintended pregnancies may experience depressive symptoms in early adulthood

Children from unintended pregnancies tend to experience more depressive symptoms in early adulthood than children from intended pregnancies, however there's little evidence of a causal relationship. The association between fertility intentions and depressive symptoms is more likely due to the mother's socioeconomic background and the accompanying lack of access to resources and services, research indicates.

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Cosmetic surgery may help patients quit smoking

If you're a smoker considering cosmetic surgery, your plastic surgeon will likely require you to stop smoking for at least two weeks before your procedure. A long-term follow-up study finds that many patients receiving these instructions will quit smoking, or at least smoke less, in the years after cosmetic surgery.

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Is changing languages effortful for bilingual speakers? Depends on the situation

Research on the neurobiology of bilingualism has suggested that switching languages is inherently effortful, requiring executive control to manage cognitive functions, but a new study shows this is only the case when speakers are prompted, or forced, to do so.

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Fetal membranes may help transform regenerative medicine

A new review looks at the potential of fetal membranes, which make up the amniotic sac surrounding the fetus during pregnancy, for regenerative medicine.

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Millennials prefer healthy habits, less likely to choose opioids to manage pain

Often spending their days hunched over phones, tablets or computers and their free time at spin class or playing sports, millennials are the next generation poised to experience chronic pain. Even at their young age, millennials say acute and chronic pain are already interfering with their quality of life.

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Breakthrough in understanding mitochondria

Scientists have made a breakthrough in understanding how mitochondria -- the 'powerhouses' of human cells -- are made.

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Fast-forward aging due to DNA damage

In the course of time the DNA accumulates more and more damage – aging is one of the results. The manifold effects of DNA damage have now been shown in unprecedented complexity.

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BOMBSHELL: These teenage girls DIED of meningitis even after getting vaccinated... total media blackout

(Natural News) It’s not hard to find stories in the news urging people to get vaccinated against meningitis, particularly as kids prepare to go back to school. Plenty of headlines warn parents that their teens should get the jab before heading off to college, but hardly any of them discuss the fact that some people...

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Health Ranger Store helps with disaster relief efforts as Harvey leaves behind a wake of utter destruction

(Natural News) Hurricane Harvey has cut a path of destruction through Texas unlike anything the nation has ever seen. This category 4 hurricane assaulted the state with winds blowing at 130 miles per hour; a storm surge spanning hundreds of miles, and record-setting rainfall that has submerged countless homes beneath up to 30 inches of...

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Third World farmers are committing suicide by consuming toxic pesticides

(Natural News) Neither using a secured storage nor implementing stricter pesticide access were effective in stemming chemical-related self-poisoning and suicide in rural Asia, two studies revealed. The use of pesticides as an act of self-poisoning remains to be one of the three leading means of suicide worldwide, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported. According to the WHO,...

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Global warming temperature changes found to be "entirely natural" ... they would have happened with or without human activity

(Natural News) It is easy to fall into the trap of believing that human activity is solely responsible for global warming. After all, a very vocal contingent of scientists insists this is the case, and they have a chorus of celebrities echoing that sentiment at every opportunity. However, if the matter really was so cut...

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Radical left-wing activist group hosts "Our Enemies in Blue" anti-police workshop that teaches murder of cops

(Natural News) The Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement (RAM) identifies itself as “a political movement dedicated to freeing people from bondage and building resistance in the United States”. It supposedly, like every other antifa (radical political movement of autonomous, self-styled, anti-fascist groups) group, denounces white supremacy, bigotry, and racism in all their forms. It also advocates for gender...

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