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Coffee has surprising effect on mental health
For some people, coffee maybe just a source of caffeine, and they may consume it to fulfill their addiction; but in reality, this beverage has a complex combination of chemical compounds. Coffee is grown in almost 70 countries around the world, and it has a long history of surprising health benefits.
Social media effect 'tiny' in teenagers, large study finds
The effects of social media use on teenage life satisfaction are limited and probably ‘tiny’, a study of 12,000 UK adolescents suggested.
Badger culling has 'modest' effect in cutting cattle TB
An independent scientific review said that badger culling can have a ‘modest’ effect in reducing cattle tuberculosis (TB).
Daily low-dose aspirin found to have no effect on healthy life span in older people
In a large clinical trial to determine the risks and benefits of daily low-dose aspirin in healthy older adults without previous cardiovascular events, aspirin did not prolong healthy, independent living (life free of dementia or persistent physical disability).
No Zlatan effect as Sweden reaches World Cup quarter-finals
A Swedish national football team that resisted having famed Zlatan Ibrahimović in its World Cup 2018 roster has stunned many by advancing to the quarter-finals of the top global soccer event.
Methane's greenhouse gas effect warming Earth's surface
For the first time, scientists have directly measured methane's growing greenhouse gas effect at Earth's surface.
Brexit's effect on UK 'will be profound and unpredictable', lawmakers say
Brexit poses a fundamental challenge to the future of the United Kingdom by removing the European Union law that has helped to bind it together, a committee of lawmakers from the British parliament's upper house said on Wednesday.
Trump's controversial travel ban comes into effect
The United States begins implementation of President Donald Trump's controversial travel ban on nationals from six Muslim majority countries despite a great deal of opposition to the plan.
Daily vitamin B may curb effect of smog on the heart
There's a lot of evidence to show that breathing in dirty air can harm your heart. But a small new study suggested that daily vitamin B supplements might counteract that effect.
Salt reduction may have big effect on health
Government-supported policies to reduce people's salt consumption are highly cost-effective worldwide, a new study reported.
Extra chromosome has a surprising effect on cancer
Having an extra chromosome may suppress cancer, as long as things don’t get stressful, a new study suggested.
France hopeful climate accord takes effect in November
France's environment minister voiced optimism that the Paris global accord on fighting climate change will come into force by November.
Yemen ceasefire to take effect Sunday midnight
A UN-brokered ceasefire for Yemen is expected to come into effect in the run-up to peace talks in Kuwait.
Harmful effects of cell phone radiation
The prevailing increase in the use of cellular phones has raised a concern about the harmful effects of their radiation. WHO conducted a meeting of 31 scientists from 14 countries and together the experts have concluded that cell phone use should be classified as ‘possibly carcinogenic’. Independent studies indicate the danger of glioma, the most common type of brain cancer from radiation of cell phones.

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