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Stress can lead to risky choices


According to researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology stress can compromise the decisions you make

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Bacterial fats may be the blame for heart disease


Heart disease and fatty clogs in the arteries pretty much go together hand in hand. Research may explain why atherosclerosis is associated with gum disease and heart trouble. There is new evidence that suggests the fatty molecules may be coming from the bacteria in your own mouth, not from what you eat, according to scientists as reported in the Journal of Lipid Research August issue.

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Californians Tainted by 'Roundup' Herbicide Chemical


Levels of the herbicide Roundup in human urine have increased dramatically among California residents in the past two decades, a new study reports.

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Why you should drink lemon water to start your day


Lemon water right at the start of the day is not only refreshing, it gives you an immediate boost of energy that can improve your mood in one quick easy step while you are being hydrated. 

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Synthetic gene Therapy for Cancer


Tumor-specific immune responses are actuated when synthetic gene circuits sense specific disease markers. This team believes they’ve discovered a way to make those responses more effective, by using artificial DNA-encoded circuits to overcome some of the problems that have impaired cancer immunotherapy.

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