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4 Ways to make summer easier for children with Autism

Transitional times of the year mean shifting schedules, which can be particularly challenging for children with autism and their families. Whether

How to find the right sunglasses to protect your eyes this summer

Your time outside can quickly lead to an increased risk of exposure to dangerous ultraviolet (UV) rays that can cause a

An egg a day may reduce heart disease risk

Eating one egg a day may significantly cut your risk of cardiovascular disease, according to a new study from Chinese researchers. The study

Link between tuberculosis and Parkinson’s disease discovered

The mechanism our immune cells use to clear bacterial infections like tuberculosis (TB) might also be implicated in Parkinson’s disease, according to a

Don’t want to go vegetarian? A mainly plant-based diet can still protect against obesity says new study

Previous evidence has already suggested that vegan or vegetarian diets may cut the risk of developing obesity. However, less is known about how

Genes linked with sunburn, skin cancer risk

PARIS, France | AFP – Certain genes can determine which people are more at risk of getting sunburnt, and possibly develop

Making simple diet changes could ease symptoms of osteoarthritis

A new UK study has revealed how making simple dietary changes and exercising could help to relieve symptoms of osteoarthritis. Carried

Are you at risk of lung cancer? New study finds risk factors include more than just heavy smoking

Carried out by researchers from the University of Crete, Greece and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway, together the team looked

Could acupuncture help relieve dental anxiety?

Carried out by researchers at the University of York, the team reviewed six trials with a total of 800 patients to assess the

An aspirin a day linked to a higher risk of melanoma in men

PORTLAND, Oregan – Carried out by researchers at Northwestern University, the study looked at medical records from 195,140 patients aged 18-89,