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Fruit acids help refine skin

Acids found in apples and citrus fruit, as well as yoghurt and wine, promote skin cell turnover and moisture retention, helping the skin look more radiant. None of the myriad lotions and masks on the market can erase wrinkles. But those containing...
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New technology can predict time of death

A new artificial intelligence can tell when you are going to die and it has come out to be accurate with a very high rate. Experts are hoping that the algorithm could come in handy to treat terminally ill patients. The programme has been developed...
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Onion ‘could help TB antibiotic fight’

A type of onion could help the fight against antibiotic resistance in cases of tuberculosis, a study has suggested, BBC writes. Researchers believe the antibacterial properties extracted from the Persian shallot could increase the effects of...
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Friends share more genetic similarities than strangers

When it comes to friendships, it’s important to have some things in common. However, while enjoying the same films and having similar taste in restaurants might seem important, the real test of a strong friendship could lie in your genetics. ...
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Anxiety could be an early indicator of Alzheimer’s disease

Anxiety symptoms could be a warning sign of Alzheimer’s disease years before any symptoms of impairment are noticed, according to new research published in the American Journal of Psychiatry. Scientists have long studied risk factors...
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Two cups of milk may be ideal for preschoolers: study

Preschoolers who drink three or more cups of milk a day may get a small height boost, but they’re also more likely to be overweight or obese, according to a U.S. study. The results, based on nearly 9,000 children, support current recommendations...
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Healthy diet may boost kids’ self-esteem

Children following a healthy diet consisting of fruits and vegetables, while limiting intake of refined sugars and fat, may have better self-esteem and fewer emotional and strong peer relationships, according to a study. The findings showed...
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Woman receives bionic hand with sense of touch

Scientists in Rome have unveiled the first bionic hand with a sense of touch that can be worn outside a laboratory, the BBC reported. The recipient, Almerina Mascarello, who lost her left hand in an accident nearly a quarter of a century ago,...
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WHO: Addictive gaming to be recognised as disease

‘Gaming disorder’ will be recognised as a disease later this year following expert consensus over the addictive risks associated with playing electronic games, the World Health Organisation said last week. The disorder will be listed...