Those with inflammatory bowel disease more likely to be lefty

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While only 10 percent of the population is left-handed, an astonishing 21 percent of those with inflammatory bowel disease are left-handed, according to a study conducted by researchers...

Surrendering to this may just save your life

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Many people who suffer with mental illness are in denial or unaware and refuse to get help but surrendering to treatment may be the difference between life and...

Study: Monitoring glucose levels, no needles required

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Noninvasive glucose monitoring devices are not currently commercially available in the United States, so people with diabetes must collect blood samples or use sensors embedded under the skin...

Researchers uncover a circadian rhythm in heart cells that affects their...

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A new study has shown how circadian rhythms in heart cells help to change heart function over the course of the day and may explain why shift workers...

Osteoporosis screening guidelines flawed for younger postmenopausal women

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To reduce the risk of bone fractures and the associated complications, the United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) recommends that all women age 65 and older be...

Study: Improvements in microscopy home in on biology’s elusive details

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In the late 1600s, the Dutch tradesman Anthoni van Leeuwenhoek began investigating the world of the very small using the first microscope, discovering a riotous world of protists,...

Gene therapy gives sight back to those facing total blindness

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A trial procedure that has helped people from completely losing their sight might be able to help fight back against different causes of blindness. According to the BBC, the...

Study: Women indirectly hurt more by noncompete pacts

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Nine out of 10 startups fail, and even among venture-backed fledgling companies, the success rate is only about 25%. It’s even tougher for women entrepreneurs, who face challenges...

Research identifies uptick in mammogram cancellations from early pandemic

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The number of women who canceled their mammogram appointments increased in the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic before gradually decreasing to pre-pandemic baseline levels of cancellation, according...

Survey says Multiple Sclerosis can harm relationships and jobs

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A survey conducted among people suffering from Multiple Sclerosis shows that 70 percent had at least one concern that the illness would affect their personal relationship and 60...

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Star Dan Walker quits BBC's Football Focus after 12 years

Star Dan Walker quits BBC’s Football Focus after 12 years

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Dan Walker has announced he is quitting Football Focus after 12 years presenting show. The BBC Breakfast star, who has been a staple of the sports show, shared the news on Twitter. Walker has expressed...
Music icon Cher apologises for George Floyd tweets that sparked backlash

Music icon Cher apologises for George Floyd tweets that sparked backlash

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Cher has apologised for a tweet she made about George Floyd on Friday (April 2), in which she suggested she could have prevented his death. Expressing her feeling that the events leading to Floyd’s death...
Star Britney Spears Says She’s ‘Embarrassed’ by New Documentary

Star Britney Spears Says She’s ‘Embarrassed’ by New Documentary

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Britney Spears lamented how she is portrayed in the recently released New York Times documentary “Framing Britney Spears,” admitting that she found it embarrassing. The documentary which explored her life in detail premiered in February...
Yaphet Kotto, Jewish actor who was first Black Bond villain, dies aged 81

Yaphet Kotto, Jewish actor who was first Black Bond villain, dies aged 81

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Actor Yaphet Kotto, who is best known for his role in Alien and James Bond villain Mr. Big, has passed away at age 81. “I’m saddened and still in shocked of the passing of my...
Corinne Masiero: French actress strips for culture during Cesar Awards ceremony

Corinne Masiero: French actress strips for culture during Cesar Awards ceremony

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French actress Corinne Masiero protested naked at the César Awards (March 12th) to demand the government do more to support culture during the coronavirus pandemic. Corinne Masiero, best known for her lead role in the...