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Scientists propose “CRISPR pill” to kill drug-resistant bacteria

Scientists at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the US have proposed a novel strategy which involves the consumption of a “CRISPR pill” to fight...

Eat these 10 fruits to get healthier, glowing skin

There are tons of skin care products – scrubs, toners, creams, moisturizers – out there in the market, giving consumers an endless array of...

Living near green areas, nature linked to longevity, better mental health

Living in or near nature and greener areas can help women live longer and improve their mental health, according to a study that involved...

Daily consumption of diet sodas increase dementia, stroke risk by three times

Consuming diet sodas every day increase the risk of dementia and stroke by three times, according to a study, providing more evidence that diet...

Cycling cuts cancer, heart disease risk in half, study says

Cycling to work helps reduce the risk of cancer and heart disease by half, according a five-year study in the UK that compared people...

Huge progress made in fight against neglected tropical diseases –Bill Gates

The world has made a huge progress in its fight against neglected tropical diseases, and efforts have been ramped up since a key meeting...

US FDA approves handheld device designed to treat cluster headaches

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a handheld device that is designed to treat a rare form of headache, known as...

5 simple tips to stop mindless eating and avoid the extra calories

Many health and weight loss problems stem from mindless eating or snacking. Being mentally present and engaged while making food decisions and eating is...

Komodo dragon blood could hold the key to new antibiotics in the future

Komodo dragon blood could hold the key to developing new antibiotics in the future as scientists have found that it contains a significant compound...

People with stroke, heart disease risk factors may be in danger of Alzheimer’s

People with risk factors for heart disease and stroke are also in danger of developing changes in the brain that could lead to Alzheimer’s...