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No Amount Of Alcohol Is ‘Safe’ When You’re Pregnant, Study Finds

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Oct 26, 2017 … BINGHAMTON, N.Y. — That occasional glass of wine may be more harmful than believed. A new study finds that simply put, no amount of alcohol is “safe” to drink when you’re pregnant. Researchers at Binghamton University, State University of New York conducted an experiment on pregnant rats, exposing them to ethyl alcohol vapor once, about halfway…

Autism Diagnoses More Common In Wealthier, Educated Communities, Study Finds

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Oct 17, 2017 … MADISON, Wisc. — Autism is more prevalent in wealthier and more educated communities, a new study finds. Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison looked at health data on 1.3 million eight-year-olds who were part of a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) study that took place in 11 states from 2002 to 2010, helping…

Dieting, Skipping Meals Actually LEADS To Weight Gain In Long Run, Say Researchers

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Apr 10, 2018 … HELSINKI, Finland — Forget about dieting and counting calories. Simply keeping a regular eating schedule may help manage weight long-term better, according to a new study. It may sound counterintuitive, but researchers from the University of Helsinki found that dieting and irregular eating habits actually increased a person’s likelihood of gaining weight. “Often, people try…

Eating Slowly May Be Key To Losing Weight Without Changing Diet, Researchers Say

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Feb 13, 2018 … FUKUOKA, Japan — If you want to shed some pounds without changing what you eat, try changing how you eat. A new study finds that three simple eating habits could make all the difference when it comes to fitting into those older, tighter pants collecting dust in your closet. Researchers from the Kyushu University Graduate School of Medical…

Common Household Chemicals Linked To Chronic Disease In Men, Study Finds

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Jul 13, 2017 … ADELAIDE, Australia — Are common products inside our homes potentially the cause of serious health conditions? New research indicates that everyday chemicals are linked to chronic diseases in men. A team of researchers from the University of Adelaide and the South Australian and Medical Research Institute carried out the research focusing on phthalates, which are common chemicals…