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A study that links drinking salinated water to lower blood pressure attributes the effect to benefits of calcium and magnesium exceeding harms of s...

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British-based scientists have detected a gene that helps bacteria become resistant to the antibiotic linezolid. Crucially, this gene may spread to ...

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A new study finds that the microbes in our household dust can break down cancer-causing environmental chemicals. However, this benefit comes at a c...

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Mineral water refers to bottled spring water. It naturally contains a range of minerals, including magnesium and calcium. In this article, we look ...

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New research shows how bacteria adapt inside the gastrointestinal tract of mice and suggests that the effectiveness of probiotics might change over...

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A new review of existing studies examines the effects of sit-stand desks on work performance, posture, behavior, health, and more.

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Hot tub folliculitis is a skin infection that occurs as a result of bacteria in hot tubs, baths, and pools. Learn more about the causes, symptoms, ...

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New research discovers a mechanism that may explain why exposure to manganese induces Parkinson's symptoms. The findings may aid diagnosis and trea...

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The ideal frequency of showering depends on the season and a person’s age and lifestyle. It is possible to shower too much and cause skin issues. L...

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Two new studies examine how different TV-watching and breakfast-eating patterns affect the cardiovascular health of 2,000 adults.

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New research suggests that a substance commonly found in mouthwash destroys oral bacteria that help maintain normal blood pressure.

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New research suggests that environmental pollution, in general, and pesticides, in particular, may advance disease progression in people with ALS.