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Faulty Sperm May Explain Recurring Miscarriages

THURSDAY, Jan. 10, 2019 — A series of miscarriages may signal that a man’s sperm is not up to par, new British research suggests. The findings could lead to new treatments to reduce the risk of miscarriage, said researchers at Imperial College London. “Traditionally, doctors have focused attention on women when looking for the causes […]

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What dictates how vitamin E supplements affect cancer risk?

Many people believe that taking supplements can improve their well-being and decrease their risk of developing numerous health problems. However, some recent research has suggested that supplements may not, in fact, bring any health benefits. Certain studies — including this one that Medical News Today covered — have gone so far as to suggest that […]

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Women are up to 15% more likely to become pregnant if they ORGASM

Women are up to 15% more likely to become pregnant if they ORGASM: Fertility expert stresses ‘eroticism and intimacy are not optional ad-ons’ when trying to conceive ‘Love hormone’ oxytocin is released when a woman achieves sexual climax May stimulate muscles in the uterus to contract, ‘pushing’ sperm along  Infertility affects one in seven couples […]

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Most effective fat-burning foods for weight loss

The term “fat-burning foods” may apply to those that produce fat loss by stimulating metabolism, reducing appetite, or reducing overall food intake. All foods stimulate metabolism. However, some types of food, such as chili peppers, might have a larger impact on metabolism than others. Eating these foods may lead to weight loss. Certain foods, such […]

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Controversial food additive ‘used in bacon makes you lazy’

Controversial food additive ‘used in bacon, sausages and fizzy drinks makes you lazy and impairs your metabolism’, warn researchers 25% of adults consume more than the recommended daily intake of phosphate The additive is used to prolong the shelf life of some foods and add flavour  Researchers at the University of Texas conducted the study […]