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Study: Linking exposure to high levels of mobile phone radiation and injury of male rats to cancer

UNITED STATES - Male mice exposed to very high levels of the same type of radiation from cell phones have cancer in the tissues surrounding their hearts, according to a draft report by US researchers on possible health risks for mobile phones. The initial report...

High-cholesterol diet causes tumours to form 100 times faster

UNITED STATES - New research has found that high-cholesterol diets increase the growth rate of cancer tumors 100 times. Scientists from the University of California, Los Angeles, for the first time, showed the mechanism of cholesterol-lowering effect on the risk of developing colon cancer and...

Scientists named one more terrible consequence of smoking

Israeli scientists came to the conclusion that people who at the age of adolescence smoked are more likely to become addicted to alcohol in adulthood. A study of scientists at the University of Tel Aviv showed that the culprit of this connection is not the...

Every fourth person in the world gives bribes: study

Every fourth inhabitant of the Earth gave a bribe at least once within the last 12 months. This is evidenced by the research data of the international organization Transparency International. The survey entitled "The Barometer of World Corruption" was held from March 2014 to January...

Researchers say anti-tumor immune therapy for colon cancer works in mice

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Researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago report that increasing expression of a chemical cytokine called LIGHT in mice with colon cancer activated the immune system’s natural cancer-killing T-cells and caused primary tumors and metastatic tumors in the liver to shrink. LIGHT is an...

‘Vampire Therapy’ – Infusing blood is good for your health – researchers confirm

Dracula might have had the right idea in drinking the blood of young maidens. Scientists found vampire therapy can repair muscle tissue, as well as the liver and brain after only 24 hours. 'Vampire Therapy' It follows the fad of vampire facelifts, which involve having blood drawn...

High blood sugar appears to reduce a person’s risk of brain tumor

In what they call a "surprising link," researchers have found that cancerous brain tumors called gliomas are less common among those with elevated blood sugar and diabetes. The new discovery, reported this week in the Scientific Reports, build on previous research findings at the Ohio...

Anti-tumor immune therapy for colon cancer works in mice

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Researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago report that increasing expression of a chemical cytokine called LIGHT in mice with colon cancer activated the immune system’s natural cancer-killing T-cells and caused primary tumors and metastatic tumors in the liver to shrink. LIGHT is an...

One third of the world’s population overweight or obese

The study, in which researchers assembled data from 195 countries and territories to model trends in overweight or obese and related health problems and deaths, showed that the prevalence of obesity has doubled since 1980 in more than 70 countries and has continuously increased...

Using mobile phone late night makes teenagers depressed — study

Funded by the Australian Research Council, the world's first long-term assessment of adolescent mental health regarding late night mobile phone usage examined student's quality of sleep, along with mood, aggression, coping skills, self esteem and whether they were experiencing any symptoms of depression. The process...

Cells that prune connections between neurons are linked to autism

Cells that prune connections between neurons in babies’ brains as they grow are thought to have a role in autism spectrum disorder. ______ Now, a study suggests that the number and behaviour of these cells — called microglia — vary in boys and girls, a finding...

Autism and Cancer related to human fetal DNA in vaccines — Study suggests

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Seattle – A new study published in the September volume of the Journal of Public Health and Epidemiology reveals a significant correlation between Autism disorder (AD) and MMR, Varicella (chickenpox) and Hepatitis-A vaccines. Autism - Using statistical analysis and data from the US Government, UK,...

Study reveals a significant correlation between autism and cancer to human fetal DNA in vaccines

A study published in the volume of the Journal of Public Health and Epidemiology reveals a significant correlation between autism disorder (AD) and MMR, Varicella (chickenpox) and Hepatitis-A vaccines. ______ Using statistical analysis and data from the US Government, UK, Denmark and Western Australia, scientists at...

People who smoke one pack of cigarettes a day cause 150 mutations in lung cells each year, study

People who smoke one pack of cigarettes a day develop an average of 150 extra mutations in their lungs every year, according to a new study that helps explain why smokers have such a higher risk of developing lung cancer. ______ Other organs were also affected,...

New research says that social media may not be that social for young people

A new research published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine says that social media may not be that social for young people. ______ The study revealed that excessive social media use may lead to higher levels of perceived social isolation, according to the research team. Participants...

Humans are responsible for about 60 percent of Arctic sea ice loss, climate study said

Natural changes in the environment are responsible for about 40 percent of Arctic sea ice loss, while humans are to blame for the rest, a climate study said Monday. ______ The paper, based on model simulations of different climate conditions, was a rare attempt to quantify...

Eating vegetables will lower psychological stress, new research from the University of Sydney suggests

It's no surprise that eating vegetables is good for you, but new research out on Thursday from the University of Sydney suggests it will lower psychological stress too. ______ The study surveyed 60,000 Australians aged 45 or older and examined the subjects intake of fruit and...

Aspirin can help prevent cancer more than painkiller, new study shows

Aspirin has been used as a medication to treat pain, fever and inflammation, but a new study shows that daily doses of aspirin could also help ward off cancer. ______ Earlier studies have discovered that aspirin may decrease the risk of certain types of cancer, but...

Scientists identified 91 genes, 38 of which are new, linked to autism and other intellectual disabilities

Australian scientists have successfully identified 91 genes, 38 of which are new, linked to autism and other intellectual disabilities, the University of Adelaide said on Tuesday. ______ Prof. Jozef Gecz, head of neurogenetics at the university's Robinson Research Institute, said the study aimed to better characterize...

City noise pollution linked to hearing loss, researchers reported

Urban noise pollution and hearing loss are closely linked, according to rankings of 50 large cities in both categories released on Friday. High-decibel urban areas -- such as Guangzhou, New Delhi, Cairo and Istanbul -- topped the list of cities where hearing was most degraded,...

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