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Good news for snack lovers… crisps may be about to get healthier!

There is good news for snack-lovers: Crisps could be about to get healthier. Crisps contain acrylamide, which is a chemical substance formed when starchy foods, such as potatoes and bread, are cooked at high temperatures. There is evidence from studies in animals that the chemical is linked to cancer, making people more concerned about their […]

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Depression, inequality may accelerate aging: study

A new Canadian-led study has found that feeling depressed, along with living in a disadvantaged neighborhood, may lead to premature aging. The peer-reviewed study, published on Monday in The Journals of Gerontology, Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences, points to how depression and living in an urban environment – ​​with greater material and social

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Toxic smoke from Canadian wildfires could impact the health of millions in the US

Wildfires across the United States and Canada — fueled by record heat and dry conditions — could severely impact the health of millions of people. Smoke from wildfires in several Canadian provinces, including Ontario, Quebec and Nova Scotia, led to air quality alerts throughout several states in the Midwest, mid-Atlantic and Northeast. Plus, fires in

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Study shows nut consumption boosts memory and brain health in seniors

A recent study published in Clinical Nutrition evaluated the long-term effects of the consumption of different nuts on brain vascular function and cognitive performance. Study: Longer-term mixed nut consumption improves brain vascular function and memory: a randomized, controlled crossover trial in older adults. Image Credit: umaruchan4678 / Shutterstock.com The health benefits of nuts Nutritional interventions

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‘Vanderpump Rules’ Stars Tom Sandoval And Raquel Leviss Address Cheating Scandal

Tom Sandoval, left, and Raquel Leviss, right, seen at a party in 2021. Tom Sandoval, left, and Raquel Leviss, right, seen at a party in 2021. Bravo’s “Vanderpump Rules” stars Tom Sandoval and Raquel Leviss ― two of the people involved in a reality TV cheating scandal so big that it inspired a New York

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World’s biggest 4-day workweek experiment shows big health benefits

Employers and workers around the world are finding that the benefits of a four-day workweek go well beyond reduced burnout. Businesses say they’re seeing improved productivity, morale and team culture, while individuals are reaping benefits for their health, finances and relationships. Those are the results from a six-month trial in the UK, run by nonprofit

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Measles case linked to viral Asbury University revival in Kentucky

FRANKFORT, Ky. — A measles case has been identified in Kentucky and is linked to the large, two week-long revival on the campus of Asbury University, a Christian school in Wilmore. On Friday, state health officials said the Jessamine County resident, who is unvaccinated, attended the Kentucky Asbury Revival on Feb. 18. Thousands of people

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Biden is “healthy” and “vigorous,” the White House doctor said

Since his last physical, Biden battled a case of Covid and a rebound infection but O’Connor said the president has not experienced any prolonged symptoms that would be considered long Covid. Biden’s health has remained stable since his last medical exam was released in November 2021. In that report, the doctor noted the president had

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