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Marie Claire
What's your gut telling you?will show in dull, tired-looking eyes, dark circles, eczema, inflamed spots and
What's your gut telling you?
Marie Claire / Posted 3 days ago
will show in dull, tired-looking eyes, dark circles, eczema, inflamed spots and a puffy face.� A recent study from the University of Turku in Finland found that eczema sufferers have slightly different gut bacteria to those who don�t have... Read more
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KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau
This key neighborhood factor may help smokers quitstudy couldn't prove cause-and-effect, it could only point to an association.
This key neighborhood factor may help smokers quit
KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau / Posted 6 days ago
study couldn't prove cause-and-effect, it could only point to an association. The research was led by Anna Pulakka of the University of Turku, and published online Aug. 15 in JAMA Internal Medicine. One expert at helping people quit smoking said... Read more
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dna
Distance from tobacco shop may help you kick the butthave gotten attention as potential targets for policies to reduce smoking, rese
Distance from tobacco shop may help you kick the butt
dna / Posted 7 days ago
have gotten attention as potential targets for policies to reduce smoking, researchers said. Anna Pulakka from University of Turku in Finland and colleagues used data from two studies of smokers and former smokers to examine changes in... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Exposure to infections in early life not linked to higher mortality risk during adulthoodfrom heart disease, stroke and cancer. Related Stories Now evolutionary ecolo
Exposure to infections in early life not linked to higher mortality risk during adulthood
News-Medical-Net / Posted 29 days ago
from heart disease, stroke and cancer. Related Stories Now evolutionary ecologists at the University of Stirling and University of Turku, Finland, found no support for the idea that exposure to infections in early life can result in higher... Read more
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Times of Malta
Childhood diseases don’t affect life expectancy, study findsto the infections did not cause a higher risk of premature death or reproductiv
Childhood diseases don’t affect life expectancy, study finds
Times of Malta / Posted 29 days ago
to the infections did not cause a higher risk of premature death or reproductive problems,” Professor Virpi Lummaa from University of Turku said. “We also didn’t find a link to cardiovascular diseases, strokes or cancer deaths.” The study also... Read more
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