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Segregation's unexpected link with black health in history
Racial housing segregation had some unexpected relationships with how long both blacks and whites lived historically in the United States, a new study suggested.
Pollution causing health crisis
People are facing hard times as pollution menace is increasing in the Kothagudem district in the Indian state of Telangana, observed the Member of Parliament and Parliamentary standing committee Chairperson G Renuka Chowdhary.
Sitting could be big health risk for frail folks
After years of being told that sitting too much is deadly, a new study suggested that being sedentary for long periods of time may not be an equal-opportunity health risk.
Health film festival names jury
The second edition of the Health Film Festival has named the panel of jury for its cinema section.
Parents' earnings linked to mental health
The sexual revolution of the 1960s and 1970s suggested that women and men would have equal shots at happiness—whether they were their families' primary breadwinners or stay-at-home parents.
Accepting negative emotions is better for health
New research indicates that people who habitually accept their negative emotions experience fewer negative emotions, which adds up to better psychological health.
One in three men with poor mental health blame work
One in three men say their jobs are causing them to have poor mental health, according to a survey.
Less sugar quickly improves health of overweight kids, adults
Research showed overweight children and adults can significantly and quickly improve their health by consuming less sugar.
Iran’s health tourism potentials high in dentistry
By Sadeq Dehqan & Katayoon Dashti
Dental care guidance for caregivers of patients with down syndrome
Having anxiety over visiting the dentist is actually very normal and seen in a lot of people, but it can be even more challenging for those who have down syndrome. Patients with down syndrome may not always be able to let the dentist do what must be done, so being prepared is the best way to ensure that everyone involved will have a good experience, according to
Move over, skinny legs. That thigh gap may up death risk by 300%
According to the study, lean people who are metabolically unhealthy, but have normal weight, might be at a 300% greater chance of dying.
Mums, take note! Here’s why baby talk is good for your child
New research shows how infant-directed speech or baby talk helps in child development.
Health benefits of apples
Packed with vitamins, antioxidants and fiber, apples are one of our favorite healthy fruits. Discover what else makes apples so good for you.
Food health-rating labels failing to reveal added sugars
Seven out of 10 packaged foods contain added sugar that is not clearly identified by nutrition labels, according to new research.

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