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Working out at the gym associates with fewer symptoms of on-the-job burnout and depression.
Harvard University (US) scientists have created a robot made entirely from DNA that can be instructed to find diseased cells in the body and deliver a payload t
People who are more physically active report greater levels of excitement and enthusiasm.
Danish researchers report that shortened telomeres directly correlate to increased risk of heart attack and premature death.
Even at typical exposure levels, airborne fine particulate matter may have serious consequences for heart and brain health.
Frequent awakenings and a habit of lying awake are linked to higher levels of markers of the brain plaques that are a hallmark of Alzheimer's Disease.
Trace amounts of radioactive strontium have been found in bass fished 150 miles away from a nuclear power plant.
Discussion groups, games, gardening, and other mentally stimulating activities help to boost cognition, among men and women with mild to moderate dementia.
By deciphering how humans process visual information, University of Texas (USA) team uncovers new ways to improve eyewitness testimony, enhance teaching methods
People who survive a heart attack, but are depressed, face a difficult recovery prognosis.
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