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Vapers show chemical changes in their genome linked to cancer
Biologically important changes in DNA seen in smokers are also being found in people who vape, according to a new study published in the journal Epigenetics.
Sitting for eight hours a day linked to a higher risk of depression
Spending hours a day sitting down has been linked to a higher risk of depression, a UK study has found. So there’s another bit of motivation to get up for a few minutes and stretch your legs — in case the office worker of the future or the threat of early death wasn’t scary enough.
Belly fat linked with repeat heart attacks
Heart attack survivors who carry excess fat around their waist are at increased risk of another heart attack, according to research published today in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology.
MS linked to variant of common herpes virus through new method
Researchers at Karolinska Institute have developed a new method to separate between two different types of a common herpes virus (HHV-6) that has been linked to multiple sclerosis. By analyzing antibodies in the blood against the most divergent proteins of herpesvirus 6A and 6B, the researchers were able to show that MS-patients carry the herpesvirus 6A to a greater extent than healthy individuals. The findings, published in Frontiers in Immunology, point to a role for HHV-6A in the development of MS.
Air pollution linked to higher glaucoma risk
Living in a more polluted area is associated with a greater likelihood of having glaucoma, a debilitating eye condition that can cause blindness, a new UCL-led study in the UK has found.
Cancer linked with a more than doubled risk of dying from stroke
People living with or beyond cancer are more likely to die from stroke than the general public, according to new Penn State research, and certain types of cancer may boost the risk even more.
Badger cull linked to fall in bovine TB in two areas, study suggests
The culling of badgers in two areas of England has been linked to a marked decrease in new cases of bovine TB on farms, research suggests, bolstering farmers who support the culls.
Depression genes linked to onset of diseases
A new research has shown that having depression can make you prone to a number of other unrelated diseases. Chances are, your depression genes can in fact be responsible for putting you at risk of acquiring coronary heart disease and bacterial infections.
Study: Dry eyes, migraines might be linked
People with migraines may be at higher odds of also having chronic dry eye disease, and that's especially true for seniors, new research showed.
Xanax' linked to more than 200 deaths
At least 204 deaths have been linked to the misuse of anxiety drug Xanax in the UK since 2015, figures seen by the BBC's Victoria Derbyshire program reveal.
German coach Schrodinger linked with Iran’s Esteghlal
German coach Gerhard Schrodinger has been linked with a move to Iranian Persian Gulf Pro League club Esteghlal football team as assistant of Winfried Schaefer.
Facebook kills 650+ accounts ‘linked to Iran, Russia’
American social media giant Facebook has targeted hundreds of accounts allegedly tied to Iran and Russia under the pretext of fighting what it calls “misinformation” campaigns.
Study: Sitting linked to increased death risk from 14 diseases
Get up off of the couch: Sitting too much may kill you even if you exercise regularly.
Leading cause of female infertility linked to hormone exposure in womb
The leading cause of infertility in women, called polycystic ovary syndrome, may develop while still in the womb, according to a study of the condition with mice.
Autism linked to defects in a nuclear receptor
Two scientists from University of Houston (UH) are reporting that defects in a portion of the brain's hippocampus, called the dentate gyrus, is regulated by the nuclear receptor LXRβ (Liver X receptor Beta).

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