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Global Warming and Cancer- Skin Care and apps that could be handy and make you beautiful skin ready

Global WarmingMany multicounty, multi-country “Pew” surveys have sparked off for over a decade regarding Global Warming. Cancer remains the largest and the costliest killer of all times for the Govts. across the globe and many who fear cancer as a death sentence. Learn what the experts have to say on the environment issues as, leading causes of Cancer.

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16 Amazing Facts About Sleep That Will Surely Impress You

Stumbleupon:You need to sleep every day and sleeping is so important to you that lacking it could shorten your life. But I guess you didn’t really know much about sleep until you read this, right? Some of the facts about sleep really surprised me! I hope you will learn something new about sleep from this infographic.

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Beyond Diet and Exercise – This is Largest ever genome-wide study strengthens genetic link to obesity!

February 12, 2015-Adapted from a multi-institutional news release.

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There are many reasons why people gain different amounts of weight and why fat becomes stored in different parts of the body. Researchers have now conducted the largest study of genetic variation to date to home in on genetic reasons. Their findings were published Feb. 12, 2015, in companion papers—genome-wide association studies—in the journal Nature.

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Early menopause could be due to chemical exposure- endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs) found in common household and personal-care products

cosmeticsWomen who have the highest levels of endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs) from a wide variety of common household and personal-care products enter menopause anywhere from 1.9 to 3.8 years earlier than those who have lower levels of EDC, a cross-sectional sample of US women is showing.