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New study confirms smoking, cancer link (reissue)
Taking up smoking results in epigenetic changes associated with the development of cancer, UK scientists have reported. ANI

Blame your mom for your muffin top or thunder thighs
A new study by an international team of researchers, including Cambridge and Oxford experts, has revealed that our propensity to be apple or pear-shaped is at least partly in our genes. ANI

Chemicals in mother's blood linked to child's obesity
A team of scientists has revealed that babies whose mothers had relatively high levels of the chemical DDE in their blood were more likely to both grow rapidly during their first 6 months and to have a high body ma*s index (BMI) by 14 months. ANI

Health, Medicine, Fitness and Well-being news for March 27, 2009

Cleaning fluids in hospitals pose respiratory risk
Cleaning fluids used in hospitals might put patients at an increased risk developing respiratory problems, according to a new study. ANI

Modified magnetic resonance imaging may help picture disease metabolism in action
Duke University researchers have devised a new MRI signalling method that can help see such molecular changes inside the body as may signal health problems like cancer. ANI

Concerns over misdiagnosed thyroid disorders
Doctors have raised concerns over inappropriate diagnosis and treatment of thyroid problems. ANI

Concerns over misdiagnosed thyroid disorders
Doctors have raised concerns over inappropriate diagnosis and treatment of thyroid problems. ANI

Cholesterol crystals linked to cardiovascular attacks
Scientists at Michigan State University have found that cholesterol crystals can disrupt plaque in a patients cardiovascular system, and thereby cause a heart attack or stroke. ANI

Diet high in fruits, veggies may protect against cancer
A diet rich in fruit and vegetables may protect against cancer and heart disease, claim researchers. ANI

Cholesterol crystals linked to cardiovascular attacks
Scientists at Michigan State University have found that cholesterol crystals can disrupt plaque in a patients cardiovascular system, and thereby cause a heart attack or stroke. ANI

Aerobics can reduce migraine suffering
While physical exercise has been shown to trigger migraine headaches among sufferers, a new study suggests that aerobics can significantly reduce the suffering. ANI

Diet high in fruits, veggies may protect against cancer
A diet rich in fruit and vegetables may protect against cancer and heart disease, claim researchers. ANI

Aerobics can reduce migraine suffering
While physical exercise has been shown to trigger migraine headaches among sufferers, a new study suggests that aerobics can significantly reduce the suffering. ANI

Novel approach to turn skin cells into stem cells without cancer risk
American scientists have made a significant advance in finding a way to endow human skin cells with embryonic stem cell-like properties without inserting potentially problematic new genes into their DNA. ANI

Why some people are more suscepticle to flu
Braunschweig Helmholtz researchers have found that an excessive immune response is responsible for the fatal outcome of influenza illnesses in mice. ANI

Nutritious new low-sugar vegetable juice benefits diabetics
Chinese scientists have developed a nutritious low calorie and low sugar vegetable juice for patients with diabetes and pre-diabetic conditions. ANI

Is your bottled mineral water clean?
Those who think mineral water is clean better think again, for a study in Germany has suggested that plastic mineral water bottles contaminate drinking water with estrogenic chemicals. ANI

Quitting smoking before 15th week reduces pregnancy risks
Women who stop smoking early enough in pregnancy can cut the risk of having premature or small babies, says a new study. ANI

Novel approach to turn skin cells into stem cells without cancer risk
American scientists have made a significant advance in finding a way to endow human skin cells with embryonic stem cell-like properties without inserting potentially problematic new genes into their DNA. ANI

Why some people are more suscepticle to flu
Braunschweig Helmholtz researchers have found that an excessive immune response is responsible for the fatal outcome of influenza illnesses in mice. ANI

Nutritious new low-sugar vegetable juice benefits diabetics
Chinese scientists have developed a nutritious low calorie and low sugar vegetable juice for patients with diabetes and pre-diabetic conditions. ANI

Is your bottled mineral water clean?
Those who think mineral water is clean better think again, for a study in Germany has suggested that plastic mineral water bottles contaminate drinking water with estrogenic chemicals. ANI

Quitting smoking before 15th week reduces pregnancy risks
Women who stop smoking early enough in pregnancy can cut the risk of having premature or small babies, says a new study. ANI

Drinking very hot tea raises throat cancer risk
Follow your mums advice and drink tea five to ten minutes after making, for a new study has found, steaming tea increases the risk of throat cancer. ANI

Drinking very hot tea raises throat cancer risk
Follow your mums advice and drink tea five to ten minutes after making, for a new study has found, steaming tea increases the risk of throat cancer. ANI

Psychiatric disorders common in adults who have had anorexia
After studying 51 teenagers with anorexia nervosa and an equal number of healthy persons for a number of years, a team of Swedish scientists have come to the conclusion that psychiatric disorders are common in adults who have had anorexia. ANI

Psychiatric disorders common in adults who have had anorexia
After studying 51 teenagers with anorexia nervosa and an equal number of healthy persons for a number of years, a team of Swedish scientists have come to the conclusion that psychiatric disorders are common in adults who have had anorexia. ANI

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