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Tech Times

Nearly Half Of Cancers In United States Linked To Lifestyle Causes: Study
Tech Times
Study finds that four out of ten cancers in the United States are linked to poor lifestyle choices. Smoking and drinking are just some factors that increase cancer risk. ( Pixabay ). New research finds that almost half of cancer cases in the United ...
Almost half of all US cancers can be prevented through lifestyle, study showsZME Science
Almost 50 Percent Of Cancer Deaths In US Are Due To Lifestyle Choices, Study FindsThe Inquisitr
Nearly half of US cancer deaths blamed on unhealthy behaviorCBS News
ABC News -HealthDay -MedPage Today -WebMD
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Tech Times

Cinnamon Could Be The Secret Ingredient To Weight Loss
Tech Times
Cinnamaldehyde, the essential oil responsible for the flavor and color of cinnamon was found to have potentials in boosting metabolism. How does it work to aid weight loss and potentially fight obesity? ( Jennifer Birgl | Pixabay ). You may want to add ...
Cinnamon Has a Surprising Health BenefitTIME
Cinnamon: Can It Really Help You Lose Weight?Forbes
Cinnamon can improve metabolism and help lose weightPakistan Today
domain-B -Business Insider -New York Post -New York Daily News
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Newsweek

Schizophrenia: Angry Avatars Help People Stop Hearing Voices by Shouting at Them
Newsweek
The most common hallucination experienced by people with schizophrenia is hearing voices. The voices often threaten and insult the sufferer, damaging the self-esteem of people already dealing with a difficult condition. But a new study has shown that ...
'Avatar therapy' aims to help those who hear voicesCNN
Avatar therapy 'reduces power of schizophrenia voices'BBC News
Abusive avatars help schizophrenics fight 'voices': studyMedical Xpress
Reuters -Technology Networks -RT -The Times
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Zee News

World's Smallest Tape Recorder Has Been Built Inside a Living Bacterium
ScienceAlert
Researchers have hacked the immune system of a bacterium into serving as the equivalent of a molecular tape recorder. By responding to chemical changes in the surroundings and then 'time-stamping' them in DNA, the technology paves the way for living ...
World's Smallest Tape Recorder Made From Genetically Modified Gut BacteriaInternational Business Times
Genetically modified bacteria can store information like tiny tape recordersInternational Business Times UK
World's smallest tape recorder is built from microbesPhys.Org
New Atlas -Siliconrepublic.com -Axios -Currency Observer
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Quartz

Drinking three to four cups of coffee a day is more likely to benefit your health than harm it
Quartz
Enjoy your coffee, but try to make it as healthy as possible. (Reuters/Thomas Peter). Share. Written by. Robin Poole Specialist Registrar in Public Health, University of Southampton. 44 mins ago. Drinking moderate amounts of coffee?about three or four ...
Health Benefits of Coffee: Three or Four Cups Per Day Does Far More Good Than BadNewsweek
Drinking 3 to 4 cups of coffee a day may have health benefits: StudyABC News
3 to 4 cups of coffee can do more good than bad for your body, study suggestsUSA TODAY
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WMTV

'Thanksgiving miracle:' Baby denied kidney receives transplant
WMTV
ATLANTA (CNN) - Two-year-old AJ Burgess received a new kidney Wednesday after a prolonged battle with hospital officials who postponed his original October surgery when his father, a perfect donor match, violated his parole and was arrested. ?This is ...
Boy, 2, gets kidney transplant after initial surgery delayed over dad's arrestNBCNews.com
Georgia boy whose transplant was delayed gets new kidneyABC News
'It's working' | Baby AJ out of surgery after surprise kidney transplantKHOU
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Food Poisoning Bulletin

E. coli HUS Outbreak Linked to General Mills Flour Highlights Risk of Raw Flour
Food Poisoning Bulletin
Consumption of raw flour can lead to E. coli HUS infections, according to a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine. The study, titled ?Shiga Toxin-Producing E. coli (STEC) Infections Associated with Flour,? looks at the 2016 outbreak ...
A new reason not to eat cookie dough: Uncooked flour can make you sickSeattle Times
Yep, It's Still Not A Good Idea To Eat Raw Cookie DoughGizmodo Australia
Skip The Cookie Dough: E. Coli Shiga Toxin-Producing Bacteria Linked To Raw FlourForbes
Science News -Food Poison Journal -CIDRAP -Regal Tribune
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Telegraph.co.uk

Cloudy with a chance of meatballs: how frying food could be altering the weather
Telegraph.co.uk
Fried fatty food not only has an impact on waistlines, it is also affecting our weather systems, according to scientists. Chemists at the universities of Reading, Bristol and Bath have discovered that when droplets of cooking fat are released into the ...
How your scalding hot deep fryer might help cool the weatherCNN
Frying food may increase chances of rain, scientists findThe Times
Take one for the team: Could eating fat-filled fried food save the planet?RT
HungryForever.com (blog) -Brinkwire (press release) -BBC News -Phys.Org
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WDBJ7

Hunters charged with illegally importing deer carcasses
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MORRISTOWN, Tenn. (AP) ? Wildlife officials in Tennessee say four hunters have been charged with illegally importing carcasses of white-tailed deer with chronic wasting disease into the state. The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency says the hunters ...
Regulations combat spread of diseaseNortheast Mississippi Daily Journal
Chronic wasting disease detected in a deer on a southeastern Minnesota farmMinneapolis Star Tribune
CWD found in buck from Winona County farmGkMen
NBC Montana -Monett Times -TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press -AL.com
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The Vector: NJIT's Student Newspaper

Preventative Health: Flu Season
The Vector: NJIT's Student Newspaper
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC, seasonal influenza is most common in the United States during the fall and winter time, anywhere from late November to March. Seasonal Influenza, also referred to as the flu, is a ...
Dallas County Officials: The Flu Is Stalking DFWDallas Observer
Q&A: Common misconceptions about flu shotsPhilly.com
Health department offers flu tipsNortheast Mississippi Daily Journal
Tifton Gazette
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