Year 12 | 23 January 2020 | TO ENTER | TO REGISTER


Child's IQ influenced by mother alcohol intake during pregnancy

sSome official guidelines recommending complete abstinence and others suggesting that moderate use is safe. Results of new study from the universities of Bristol and Oxford indicates that relatively small levels of exposure to alcohol while in the womb can influence a child's IQ

Aliona Avduhova

Psoriasis linked with obesity in children

Recently published study shows children with psoriasis are more likely to be obese. Skin Laboratory says Psoriasis has both physical and emotional consequences

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Health benefits of oxytocin

Research indicates that, one day, oxytocin might be used to alleviate the disorders that cause problems in the ways people react and relate to each other

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A test to measure how fast our DNA is ageing

The Telomere Analysis Technology measures the length of telemeres, the tiny caps at the top of our DNA. Immortality comes a step closer with new longevity test

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Food nutrition is linked to our thoughts

New study suggests the obsession with being thin and unrealistic body image could be altered if advertisers utilized more plus-sized models

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Study shows packaging contributing to the obesity crisis

Research reveals how product packaging causes consumers to make unhealthy purchases

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Green tea against digestive system cancers

Researchers from Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center found that regular tea consumption, defined as consumption at least three times a week for more than six months, was associated with a 17 percent reduced risk of all digestive cancers

Ernesto Vania

The benefits of hydrothermal therapy

Water treatment, or hydrotherapy has been around for centuries and has been practiced by the Romans and ancient Greeks, as well as ancient cultures in Japan and Chin

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