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Preemies May Have Long-Term Breathing Problems


Even preemies who receive breathing treatments to improve lung function early in life may have respiratory challenges as children and adolescents, an Australian study suggests. Researchers focused on the most vulnerable subset of premature babies: those born at no more than 28 weeks gestation. These babies are too frail and …

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10 Best Marinade Recipes


I am an alchemist in the treatment of meat. I have spent countless hours scouring the internet for marinade recipes and unspooled dozens of unsuccessful dishes on my long suffering family and friends. I have deployed a vast constellation of spices and condiments on to hapless pieces of meat, realising …

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Fast Food Chains Largest Contributors of Carbon Emissions: Study


Rapidly growing multinational fast food chains in India are the largest contributors to hydrofluorocarbons (HFC) emissions and could add the equivalent of nearly one million tonnes of carbon emissions by 2020, says a new international study. US-based McDonald’s, Starbucks, Subway and Dunkin Donuts as well as India-based company Cafe Coffee …

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More Sanitation, Literacy = Fewer Anaemic, Pregnant Women


The proportion of anaemic, pregnant women dropped 12 percentage points over a decade to 2015, government health data show, but India still has more anaemic women than any other country and a prevalence rate above the global average. All 14 states surveyed for the National Family Health Survey 2015-16 (NFHS-4) …

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How Rogue Elements of DNA Endanger Our Health


A new study has found evidence that health becomes endangered when ageing cells lose control of rogue elements of DNA called transposons. Research has shown that a low-calorie diet, a key intervention already known to increase lifespan, dramatically delays the onset of increased transposon activity. The new study, published in …

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