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This might be the key to slow weight gain and the development of diabetes

OHMYGOSSIP — If you’re trying to manage your diabetes, spending more time in the sun might be the key. Researchers at the University of Edinburgh and the University of Southampton found that sunshine may control metabolism to slow weight gain

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Natural flu prevention: 5 Powerful herbs to help get you through flu season

OHMYGOSSIP — With the changing of the leaves also comes the unveiling of the latest flu shot advertising campaigns from the likes of Rite Aid, CVS, Walgreen’s and other drug stores. But in the case of the flu shot, there

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5 Reasons women live longer than men

OHMYGOSSIP — While life expectancy in the U.S. is at an all-time high, women still live longer than men, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Now scientists have come up with a handful of reasons to explain

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9 Deadliest viruses on earth

OHMYGOSSIP — How does Ebola rank among the rogue’s gallery of world’s most deadly viruses? A new ranking finds it’s among the nine most lethal pathogens, in terms of virulence and death rate.

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American Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Dementias — Light drinking boosts memory

OHMYGOSSIP — Alcohol might not be the first thing you think of when it comes to boosting your memory. But a surprising new study suggests light drinking may actually help you remember things better later in life.

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Quit smoking naturally by consuming more of these foods

OHMYGOSSIP — Not every smoker is interested in quitting, but for those of you who are trying to quit smoking, implementing simple dietary changes may be the way to go.

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Lazy lifestyle is as dangerous as smoking

OHMYGOSSIP — Memo to couch potatoes and desk jockeys: Your lazy lifestyle is putting you at risk as much as smoking. That’s the upshot of a landmark report by Public Health England (PHE) that concludes lack of exercise is as

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Scientists convert human skin cells into brain cells

OHMYGOSSIP — For the first time, scientists have converted human skin cells directly into a type of brain cell affected by Huntington’s disease, a fatal inherited neurological disorder. The new technique is different from other methods that turn one type

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