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Diets limiting lipid intake effectively reduce cancerous tumor growth compared to ketogenic diets

According to a new study out of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), cutting off lipid supply to cells can limit tumor growth in mice. Throughout the last few years, a

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Elevated biomarkers for neurodegeneration found in astronauts returning from space travel

A new study, which assessed five Russian cosmonauts who had stayed on the International Space Station (ISS), found that the astronauts presented significantly elevated levels of biomarkers for brain degeneration.

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Viagra analog found to reduce obesity without caloric intake reduction

The Johns Hopkins research team found that the drug, a “cousin” to Viagra, reduced the groups median body weight by -27.5% in female mice and -19.5% in male mice. Obesity

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Significant association found between e-cigarette use and eating disorders in young adult populations

The study found that there were statistically significant differences between the vaping and non-vaping groups for all categories, including for participants who were at an elevated risk for an eating

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Physical exercise associated with lower long-term incidence of anxiety

Over the course of a multidecade longitudinal study, the researchers discovered that exercise reduces the risk of incurring future anxiety disorders by 62%. In a recently published study, a Swedish

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Maternal obesity linked to increased risk of colorectal cancer in offspring

The research team found that adult offspring whose mothers were obese during pregnancy faced a 100% greater risk of developing colorectal cancer than those whose mothers were not. A recently