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Shocking news! Scientists: Less exercise leads to small brain

OHMYGOSSIP — It’s a well-known fact that being a couch potato is no good for your health, but new research has discovered lack of exercise may even shrink your brain. 👍 2

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New study finds way to stop breast cancer spreading!

OHMYGOSSIP — New research has discovered a protein which could stop breast cancer from spreading. When a tumour cell spreads, it enters the blood stream before latching onto the inner walls of blood vessels. The new study, funded by Cancer

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Call for healthier diets to combat alarming surge in diabetes

OHMYGOSSIP – Diabetes is a global problem now affecting one in every 11 adults, the World Health Organization (WHO) claims. In a major report, released to coincide with World Health Day on Thursday (07Apr16), WHO warns cases of diabetes had

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Can you really die from a broken heart?

OHMYGOSSIP – New research suggests dealing with the loss of a loved one really could break your heart. We are bombarded by old wives’ tales about people who never recover after the death of their true love, but now it

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Is your toddler drinking too much milk?

OHMYGOSSIP – Parents are feeding their toddlers too much milk and putting them at risk of obesity, experts warn. New research has found that a significant portion of children are consuming excess protein each day, putting them at risk of

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Reasons behind your low libido

OHMYGOSSIP — Has your sex life become a bit stale of late? If you and your partner aren’t enjoying intimacy as much as you used to, one of the following reasons could be to blame. 👍 1

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Soy foods can boost fertility

OHMYGOSSIP — Soy foods can combat the effects of a chemical that can lead to fertility problems, a new study has found. The chemical bisphenol A (BPA), found in certain plastic consumer products and the lining of some canned foods,

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Bed sharing encourages breastfeeding, study finds

OHMYGOSSIP — The topic of sharing a bed with your baby is one that has been hotly debated over the years. But now a new study has found that mothers who bring their newborns into their bed are more likely

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