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Zika May Not Spread By Kissing: Study

Zika May Not Spread By Kissing: Study

Casual contact like kissing or sharing a fork or spoon does not increase the risk of transmission of Zika virus as the infection may not spread through saliva, US researchers have found.

Zika May Not Spread By Kissing: Study

Want To Keep Diabetes At Bay? Drink Alcohol

Want To Keep Diabetes At Bay? Drink Alcohol
Who knew alcohol consumption could also have a positive impact on our health!  It's not every day that medical studies say alcohol could be good for you but according to a recent study, drinking alcohol can significantly protect against diabetes.

Want To Keep Diabetes At Bay? Drink Alcohol

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Eating Walnuts May Boost Gut Health, Cut Cancer Risk

Eating Walnuts May Boost Gut Health, Cut Cancer Risk

Walnuts act as a probiotic to help nourish and grow the bacteria that keeps the digestive system healthy, the researchers said.

Eating Walnuts May Boost Gut Health, Cut Cancer Risk

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Cows Can Cure HIV. Surprised? Well This Is What Researchers In The US Have Found

Cows Can Cure HIV. Surprised? Well This Is What Researchers In The US Have Found

Do Not Underestimate Your Cows? They Can Be Useful In More Ways Than You May Have Ever Heard. Read This Report To Find Out How.

Cows Can Cure HIV. Surprised? Well This Is What Researchers In The US Have Found

Tomatoes Have The Power To Ward Off Skin Cancer Risk, Say Scientists!

Tomatoes Have The Power To Ward Off Skin Cancer Risk, Say Scientists!
Daily tomato consumption has been found to cut the development of skin cancer tumours by half in mice, scientists say.

Tomatoes Have The Power To Ward Off Skin Cancer Risk, Say Scientists!

Male Children With Older Dads Are More Geeky, Suggests Study

Male Children With Older Dads Are More Geeky, Suggests Study

If you consider yourself as a geeky guy, your dad's age at the time of your birth could have had a major part in forming your personality.

Male Children With Older Dads Are More Geeky, Suggests Study