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Recurrence up with incomplete resection of colorectal polyps

The risk for future neoplasia and advanced neoplasia is increased in colon segments after incomplete resection of neoplastic polyps, according to a study published online Aug. 10 in the Annals

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Essential oils can be beneficial for your health and mood, study finds

New research from Monash University scientists has uncovered why certain essential oils can benefit mood. The findings are published today in the journal Neurochemistry International. Essential oils (EOs) are mixtures

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A molecular mechanism that mediates a link between fetal conditions and later health

A study at Tampere University has identified one possible epigenetic mechanism through which the conditions at conception may affect the health of an individual in later life. The study, led

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Deaths from cardiovascular disease in the stroke belt surpasses rates elsewhere in the nation

A recent study published in the Mayo Clinic Proceedings by researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham shows the cluster of states that make up the stroke belt in

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How a doctor’s presence may alter blood pressure readings

A doctor’s presence during a blood pressure reading triggers a “fight or flight” response that can affect the results, say researchers who studied the effect by measuring nerve activity. “White

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Benefit of injury prevention measures in Maori households

A Massey University study, in collaboration with He Kainga Oranga, the Housing and Health Research Programme at University of Otago, shows relatively low-cost modifications in homes can prevent 31 percent

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Excess screen time impacting teen mental health

Teens need to regularly switch screen time for physical activity for the sake of their health and mental wellbeing, according to a University of Queensland-led study. Researchers have linked harmful

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