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4 things an oncologist does to lower his cancer risk as rates rise in young people

The vast majority (88%) of people who develop cancer are over 50, and survival rates have improved in recent decades, according to the American...

Scientists finally think they know why giraffe necks are so long

Giraffes didn't always look like the elegant giants we recognize — ancient giraffes looked more like deer. But something happened over the past millennia...

Scientists share one easy swap you can start doing today that could help you live longer

Researchers from the Harvard T. Chan School of Public Health investigated how sedentary behavior and light physical activity affected people's chances of aging healthily....

Ultra-processed plant-based food has been linked to heart disease and early death — but a simple swap could boost your health

Eating a plant-based diet is associated with a lower risk of heart problems and a longer life.But plant-based foods that are ultra-processed, like vegan...

Video games and mental health: What’s the coorelation?

UNDATED (WKRC) - Researchers have been searching for a link between video game consumption and mental health concerns, and a new study is moving...

World’s most popular destination for expats is known for its natural beauty

Ever thought about leaving the UK for work, a better quality of life or perhaps even to find love? A new study has revealed...

AI could help predict the financial earnings of companies as large as Apple, researchers say

A study found that OpenAI's GPT-4 could perform financial statement analysis and, in some cases, predict a company's future performance better than a human...

Mexico City could run out of water in a month unless it rains

Experts say that Mexico City could run out of drinking water by the end of June, an event locals call "Day Zero."Mexico City has...

Alaska’s pristine rivers are turning a rusty orange even when seen from space, likely because of melting permafrost: study

At least 75 of Alaska's brooks and streams have been turning a dirty orange likely due to thawing permafrost, with some rivers so impacted...

YOUR HEALTH: Red flags for early-onset Dementia

ORLANDO, Fla. (Ivanhoe Newswire) - Most of the time, dementia affects people who are 65 years and older. But young-onset dementia can happen to...

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