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Hungarian Scientific Research Fund

Dogs remember what we do, study finds

Researchers find that dogs, like humans, appear to have memories linked to specific times and places. A team from Hungary have discovered that dogs are able to recall their owners actions, even when they were not specifically instructed to do so, suggesting that dogs, like humans, have what is known as "episodic memory" memories linked to specific times and places. Leer ms

Life expectancy exceeds 80 years in most EU countries "Health at a Glance: Europe 2016"

Life expectancy exceeds 80 years in most EU countries

European Commission/OECD joint report shows that policies that aim at promoting good health and preventing diseases as well as more effective healthcare could save lives and billions of euros in the European Union. Leer ms

Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

Kids continue to consume too much salt, putting them at risk

High sodium intake from a variety of foods makes children vulnerable to heart disease later in life, according to a new report from investigators at CDC published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Leer ms

UBCs Okanagan campus.

Music may help make high-intensity interval training, study fiinds

Listening to music may make it easier for people to adopt short duration exercise regimens that could help them stay in shape, according to researchers at UBCs Okanagan campus. Leer ms

1 in 3 Europeans does not eat any fruit or vegetables every dayConsumption of fruit and vegetables in the EU

1 in 3 Europeans does not eat any fruit or vegetables every day

egular consumption of fruit and vegetables is considered as an important element of a healthy and balanced diet. In the European Union (EU) however, slightly more than a third (34.4%) of the population aged 15 or over did not eat them on a daily basis in 2014, while less than 15% (14.1%) consumed at least 5 portions each day Leer ms

Baylor University study.

Good relationships with parents may benefit childrens health decades later

Growing up in a well-off home can benefit a childs physical health even decades later -- but a lack of parent-child warmth, or the presence of abuse, may eliminate the health advantage of a privileged background, according to a Baylor University study. Leer ms

To cure, prevent or manage all diseases

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg donates 3bn for disease

The Facebook founder and his wife, who pledged to give away 99pc of their wealth to good causes following the birth of their daughter last year, said the money would be used to assist scientific work and build new research tools. The goal, which they are unlikely to live to see accomplished, is to "cure, prevent or manage all disease" in the next 80 or so years. Leer ms

More movement, fewer deaths

Sitting for long periods of time is the cause of 4% of deaths worldwide

The next time you wrap up your work day and realise youve been sitting in front of the computer for almost eight straight hours, maybe you wont feel so proud of yourself. A new study, conducted in 54 countries around the world, declares that 3.8% of all deaths are due to the fact that society spends more than three hours a day sitting down.  Leer ms

Correcting teeth

A bad bite is associated with worse postural and balance control

In recent years there has been increasing medical interest in correcting teeth that do not touch perfectly in order to prevent problems such as jaw pain, gaps between teeth and crowding. Now, a new study carried out by Spanish researchers has concluded that dental occlusion is also related to the control of posture and balance.  Leer ms

WHO

Mass vaccination campaign to protect millions against yellow fever in Angola and Congo

One of the largest emergency vaccination campaigns ever attempted in Africa will start in Angola and the Democratic Republic of Congo this week as WHO and partners work to curb a yellow fever outbreak that has killed more than 400 people and sickened thousands more. Leer ms

Five to seven times a week

Study recommends a minimum physical activity to beat disease

Researchers are calling for a major boost to physical activity recommendations, with a new study linking more weekly exercise to a reduced risk of five common diseases. Leer ms

EU-funded PREDEMICS project

Scientists uncover clues to prevent disease pandemics

EU-funded researchers have examined new ways of rapidly detecting infectious pathogens - such as rabies and influenza - in order to prevent pandemics. Leer ms

Scientist alert  not to drink water from plastic bottlesEnvironmental Pollution.

Scientist alert not to drink water from plastic bottles

Theres an old saying: "Dont drink the water." But a scientist warns Americans not to drink water from plastic bottles if its been sitting in a warm environment for a long time. A research team examined 16 bottled water brands at 158 degrees for four weeks. The study found that as bottles warmed over the four-week period, antimony and BPA levels increased. Leer ms

Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH)

Eating more animal protein increases risk of death, plant protein reduces it

The largest study to examine the effects of different sources of dietary protein found that a high intake of proteins from animal sources - particularly processed and unprocessed red meats - was associated with a higher mortality rate, while a high intake of protein from plant sources was associated with a lower risk of death. Leer ms

Experts suggest eight-a-day can make you happier

Study finds that fruits and vegtables will make you happy

A new study of more than 12,000 sought to explore the psychological impact of eating fruit and vegetables. The new study found that munching produce boosts happiness even quicker. The associated feel-good factor kicks in within two years. Granted, thats still not fast as other things will make you feel better, like, say, a bag of Doritos or a vodka and tonic. Leer ms

Pasta consumption

Pasta more healthy than expected, Italian study finds

Pasta has gained a bad reputation among many dieters, who believe eating a bowl of spaghetti will make them gain weight. However, a new Italian study, published in the Nutrition and Diabetes journal, has found pasta is not fattening. This study aimed at evaluating the association of pasta intake with body mass index (BMI) and waist-to-hip ratio, in two large epidemiological datasets. Leer ms

Drexel University

Weight-loss technologies train the brain to resist temptation

Psychologists have designed a computer game aimed at improving users inhibitory control and a mobile app that combats unhealthy urges before they strike Leer ms

WHO - Zika virus

Risk of Zika virus spread from Olympics very low, says WHO

There is a "very low risk" of Zika virus spreading globally as a result of holding the Olympics that will be held in August in Brazil, The World Health Organization (WHO) says. Leer ms

What happens when parents comment their daughters weight?Eating & Weight Disorders

What happens when parents comment their daughters weight?

Even slim women are more likely to have poor body image if their parents commented on their weight in youth. The less you comment on your daughters weight, the less likely she is to be dissatisfied with her weight as an adult according to a new study from the Cornell Food and Brand Lab. Leer ms

Brazils Zika virus

Zikas ground zero: Generation of babies born with microcephaly face uncertain future

Maria Vitoria is eight months old, but her fragile frame has already seen so much suffering. She was born with microcephaly, likely as a result of the Zika virus, and her family abandoned her at birth. Leer ms

Unhealthy Food Marketing and Youth Obesity

Almost all food and beverage products marketed by music stars are unhealthy

First quantifiable examination of nutritional quality of food and drink endorsements by music celebrities popular among teens Leer ms

Zika crisis - Olympics Games

Rio Olympic Games should be postponed or moved because of the Zika outbreak - health experts

The Summer Olympic Games set to open in August in Rio de Janeiro should be moved elsewhere or at least postponed because of the Zika virus, 150 of the worlds top doctors, researchers and medical ethicists have demanded in a letter to the World Health Organization. Leer ms

Warns of teen cancer death

Teen cancer death rate causes alarm

Too many teenagers and young adults are dying of some types of cancer, a Europe-wide report warns. Leer ms

World Health Organization - Zika virus

Zika virus may reach Europe this summer

The World Health Organization (WHO) has said the Zika the virus has been linked to a rise in brain defects in babies - could spread to Europe this summer, although the likelihood of an outbreak is low to moderate. Leer ms

Superbugs - plan for preventing medicine

Report says superbugs will kill someone every three seconds by 2050

A hugely influential report says superbugs will kill someone every three seconds by 2050 unless the world acts now. The global review sets out a plan for preventing medicine "being cast back into the dark ages" that requires billions of dollars of investment. Leer ms
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