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  • December 8, 2022

Family factors affect child’s odds for cleft palate, study suggests

Economic status appears linked to increased risk of being born with a cleft palate or lip, new research suggests, building on past evidence that it can also result in delayed care and poorer outcomes. Cleft…

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Women can tell which men are only interested in one night stands just by looking at their faces, study finds

Facial cues could inform heterosexual women, but not men, if a potential mate is more interested in casual sex than a commited relationship. Researchers found that women are really good at judging which men are…

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Want to get your home as clean as a hospital? Here are some simple tips from the professionals

How to clean a kitchenHow to clean your bedHow to clean the bathroomHow to clean a houseCheck for gases From shifting grease marks with lemon juice to killing germs with white vinegar, Lisa Salmon finds…

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Our four-legged friends help decrease negative symptoms and increase motivation. Pets Really Help Our Mental Health.

_ Dog owners everywhere know the joy that comes from returning home from a quick errand to a welcoming party, or the sound of a bumping tail on the kitchen floor as you open the…

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When a kidney transplant fails, retransplantation may offer better survival over dialysis

Kidney transplantation is the preferred therapy after kidney failure, but kidneys transplanted from deceased donors often do not last for the rest of a recipient’s life. Because of the scarcity of donor organs and the immunological…

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Crete earthquake: Deadly 5.8 magnitude quake hits Greek island

In ekathimerini.com published a news in which claiming that: A second, bigger tremor, has struck off the island of Crete, less than four hours after a 5.2-magnitude earthquake. The 5.4-magnitude tremor struck at 8:59 p.m. local…

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Greenland’s Ice Is Melting Fast, but There Is Still Time To Act

Large volumes of melting ice raises sea levels worldwide, increasing the risk of devastating floods in coastal areas. Vast quantities of water are locked up as ice in Greenland’s giant sheets, yet these sheets are…

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Coffee consumption could lower Alzheimer’s risk

In labonline.com.au published and in which claiming that: A long-term study has revealed drinking coffee may make you less likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease, with the results published in the journal Frontiers of Ageing Neuroscience. As…

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How the female brain responds to genital touch

In Peer-Reviewed PublicationSOCIETY FOR NEUROSCIENCE eurekalert.org published and article in which claiming that:- The exact location of the brain area representing genital touch varies among women. The new research in JNeurosci also found the region was thicker the…

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New study shows inequities in the use of heart disease-protective diabetes drug

A medication typically used for treating diabetes, glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor agonists (GLP-1 RA), could also be used to prevent cardiovascular disease and major cardiovascular events, but a new study showed inequities in its use based…

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