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Get this dog and live longer, says new study

They’re man’s best friend — for the ages. Owning a pooch can reduce the risk death by a third, according to a new Swedish study. It adds to mounting evidence about the benefits of living with a canine companion. Swedish ...

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Speed eating can lead to obesity and heart disease: study

Slow down when eating your Thanksgiving dinner this year. Speed in gobbling down your food could be linked to obesity, heart disease and diabetes, says a preliminary study presented at the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions 2017. In the study, ...

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Richest 1% owns more than half of the world’s wealth: study

The world’s richest 1% owns more than half of the world’s wealth, according to a financial report. In over a year, the world’s wealth increased from $ 16.7 trillion to $ 280 trillion, the report by Credit Suisse, released Tuesday ...

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Air pollution can worsen osteoporosis: study

Sticks and stones and pollution will break your bones. The study, published in the journal Lancet Planetary Health this month, observed 9.2 million people across seven years and found that even small increases in air pollution correlated with an increase ...

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This pizza topper may pack anti-aging punch: study

Your veggie pizza just got healthier. Mushrooms are rich in antioxidants that scientists say could be used fight aging and boost general health, according to new Penn State findings published in the journal Food Chemistry. “What we found is that, ...

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Weed smokers may have better sex lives, study says

If you get high, you’re more likely to get laid. Weed smokers have 20% better sex lives than those who don’t smoke, reported a new study in the Journal of Sexual Medicine. The study looked at the answers of more ...

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Eating alone could have awful consequences for your health: study

Eating most meals alone could increase the risk for heart disease and diabetes in some people. Men, in particular, who ate alone at least two times per day, were identified as more likely to have metabolic syndrome — a group ...

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Dolphins can develop Alzheimer’s disease, study says

Poor Flipper. Dolphins, known for their extreme intelligence, have been found to develop Alzheimer’s disease, according to a new study from Oxford University published in the journal Alzheimer’s & Dementia. In the human brain, Alzheimer’s is evidenced by amyloid plaques ...

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Your boozing is making your kids anxious, study says

Getting tipsy in front of your children can lead to something worse than a hangover. Kids who see their parents get sloshed — or, for that matter, just drink in moderation — can end up feeling anxious, embarrassed and even ...

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Majority of doctors deal with racist, sexist patients: study

In a survey of about 1,200 doctors, nurses and physicians assistants, nearly 60% of them say they’ve dealt with a patient who has been outwardly biased towards them based on their race, gender, age or weight. Nearly half of those ...

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