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Study finds hormone therapy safe for women with migraines
Migraine headaches are common among women, but due to various health risks can be challenging to treat in the elderly.
Baby talk in any language: Shifting the timbre of our voices
When talking with their young infants, parents instinctively use ‘baby talk’, a unique form of speech including exaggerated pitch contours and short, repetitive phrases.
'Light therapy' may offer relief to patients with bipolar disorder
People afflicted with bipolar disorder may find some relief from depression with daily doses of light therapy, new research suggested.
Scientists spot genes behind skin color
Humans come in a range of colors and new research is getting a step closer to how that happens.
Blood pressure: Eating this 45p chocolate will lower your heart disease risk
Dark chocolate can lower your blood pressure for just 45p.
Pump may beat shots for type one diabetes
In young people with type one diabetes, insulin pump therapy may offer better blood sugar control and fewer complications than daily injections of the vital hormone, new German research suggested.
Lack of sleep damaging academic development of children
Research published recently has revealed that the academic development of British children is being significantly affected by dangerously low levels of sleep.
Tests showing low egg reserves not linked to infertility
Lab tests showing that women have low reserves of eggs in their ovaries may not necessarily mean they will struggle to get pregnant, a US study suggested.
Global childhood obesity up tenfold over past four decades
Leading UK charities have called for the government to curb marketing spend by junk food companies after a WHO report revealed a tenfold increase in global childhood obesity in the past 40 years.
Eating healthy may just be making you sicker
Nowadays, people are becoming obsessive for losing weight and switching to healthy eating.
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