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Binge-watching TV increases the risk of serious blood clots by 35%, says new study

"Being physically active does not eliminate the increased risk of blood clots associated with prolonged TV watching," warn scientists.

Named food that increases the risk of stroke by 41%

Stroke is a leading cause of death worldwide, claiming the lives of millions of people every year. Those who do not succumb to...

Study finds an unknown gene mutation that causes heart failure

Anyone who carries it will develop the disease 100%, warns researchers. Heart failure is an incurable illness in which...

Magnesium-rich T cells eliminate abnormal or infected cells efficiently

Magnesium deficiency has been linked to a number of diseases, including infections and cancer. Previous research has found...

This vitamin increases risk of haemorrhagic stroke by 22%, says study

Supplements are still very popular in the United States, despite mounting concerns about their safety. Supplement-related dangers are...

When emergency department wait times exceed 5 hours, more people die – 1 extra death for every 82 patients

The study shows one extra death within 30 days for every 82 patients delayed after 6-8 hours. A British...

Some commonly used rapid antigen tests may not be accurate enough in schools

The findings put doubt on the efficacy of the COVID-19 lateral flow tests, which are widely used in schools.

Retinal age gap could predict risk of premature death and faster aging

Images of human retina, the nerve tissue at the back of the eyes, could determine whether someone is aging faster and is...

This could be the reason behind your hair loss, says doctor

Hair loss is one of the most demoralizing things that can happen to men and women. Losing one's hair can feel like...

This protein uses lung cells as factories to make more viruses, leading to severe inflammation and death

A new study has discovered Covid's "Achilles' heel," a viral protein that affects the body's immune response and may explain why people...

Binding antibodies can also protect against Covid

Antibodies against Covid-19 are usually neutralizing antibodies; however, a new study suggests that non-neutralizing antibodies may also play a role in providing...

Commonly used saline is good at keeping critically ill patients alive and their organs working, says new study

The latest study on intravenous fluids being used in intensive care demonstrates that regular saline is just as effective as more expensive "balanced"...
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