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Some gut bacteria may increase bowel cancer risk, research suggests
Bacteria in the gut might influence the chance of developing bowel cancer, research suggests, in the latest study to link human health to the microbes within.
Common cold virus could cure cancer, pioneering trial suggests
The common cold virus could cure cancer, scientists say, as a ‘revolutionary’ treatment was found to eradicate the disease in a week.
Cholesterol medication could invite diabetes, study suggests
A study of thousands of patients' health records found that those who were prescribed cholesterol-lowering statins had at least double the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
UN chief suggests options for improved Palestinian protection
The protection of Palestinian civilians could be improved by the deployment of United Nations-mandated armed forces or unarmed observers, a beefed-up UN civilian presence or expanded UN assistance, Secretary General Antonio Guterres wrote in a report on Friday.
Study suggests surgery for spinal compression fracture ineffective
In a new study, a widely used form of spinal surgery was no more effective than placebo in treating spinal fracture pain for people with osteoporosis.
Study suggests new approach to treating eczema
Researchers in Boston have found a different approach to treating eczema — one that stimulates a natural halt to the allergic attack, as opposed to current steroid treatments on the market.
New study suggests an unconventional way for memories to form
A team of researchers working at Howard Hughes Medical Institute found possible evidence of a way for memories to form that differs from conventional theory.
Friends may influence children's fear, anxiety
Parents may have a lot to do with how children react to scary things, but a new study suggests kids’ response to fear may also be heavily influenced by their friends.
New app senses emotion and suggests food to lift spirits
A new app which monitors facial expressions to assess mood and then suggests the perfect food to lift or the spirits, or quell anxiety, has been developed by scientists at Oxford University.
Urban planner suggests carbon is not enemy
Architect, author and urban planner William McDonough has published a comment piece in the journal Nature promoting his belief that it is time to change the way the word ‘carbon’ is used in science and in society as a whole. He believes we all need to stop thinking of carbon as the enemy so that we can start to see it as simply another part of the natural world.
Clinton campaign for disclosure of emails duplicitous, analyst suggests
Democratic nominee Hilary Clinton should call for release of the affidavit that convinced a judge to issue a warrant to authorize the FBI to go through newly discovered emails related to her private server scandal rather than calling for the release of the 650,000 as she did after FBI Director James Comey wrote a letter to the Republican-controlled Congress, revealing the new probe.
Mouse study suggests brain circuit involved in sleep-wake cycle
Scientists say they've identified a brain circuit in mice that plays a key role in the sleep-wake cycle.
Heart group suggests  people get up every now and then
People should get about 30 minutes of exercise each day to counteract the potentially harmful effects of being inactive for too long, according to a new statement from a leading US heart group.
Titan chemical trail suggests prebiotic conditions on Saturn moon
The trail of chemicals detected on Saturn's moon Titan suggests the sort of conditions that precede the emergence of life — prebiotic conditions.

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