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Intensive BP control tied to better brain health

Tight control of blood pressure may slow the onset of brain white matter lesions that inevitably accompany aging, according to a new study published by JAMA. A magnetic resonance imaging…

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Vaping Alters the Lungs, US Study Finds

An American study on laboratory mice shows that regular exposure to the vapors of electronic cigarettes disrupts the protective layer of the lungs. The survey is released as health officials…

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T. rex had an ‘air conditioner’ in its head, study says

The Tyrannosaurus rex , one of the largest carnivorous dinosaurs to roam the earth, had an air conditioner in the head, show the work of American scientists from the universities…

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Siri has been reprogrammed to avoid questions about feminism

Apple has rewritten replies from its voice assistant to questions about “sensitive topics” such as feminism or the #Me movement also for the sake of neutrality, according to internal documents…

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Breakthrough promising in the fight against metastases

The structure of a receptor that plays a vital role in the migration of cancer cells from a home of origin to a secondary site has been described by French…

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